Successful Skincare

Last week we won Most Innovative Organic Skincare Range 2019 AND UK & Excellence Award in Ethical Skincare Disruption 2019! We are so grateful to have won these LuxLife Magazine Awards!

We pride ourselves on our ethics and love we put in to our products, which is why we feel so strongly about the following bullet-points; these points are what we have stood by since we started up and we wholly believe they have helped us get to where we are today.

● Natural & Organic
● Source to Jar
● Vegan
● Plastic Free
● Cruelty Free
● Trade Not Aid

We are focusing on natural and quality ingredients, respecting nature's ability to support natural beauty and well-being! This has led to our brand ethos which is built on valuing ethical and sustainable living whilst maintaining luxury. This luxury is conveyed with our beautifully packaged products!

Our ‘Source to Jar’ traceability enables us to provide ethically conscious products for today's consumer. This provides the opportunity for consumers to easily obtain high-quality and 100% vegan skincare products. We have gone even further, consciously choosing to move away from plastic in our packaging. Our products are now packaged in recyclable glass
jars, allowing us to help the planet!

Passionate about using only Mother Nature’s gifts to create natural skincare products, we ensure our products are natural and free from synthetic chemicals. Ingredients are personally selected and imported from Africa for research, cruelty-free testing, formulation and manufacture in the UK for global distribution.

We are proud of our ‘Trade not Aid’ approach when collaborating with producers in the Kingdom of Essan in Nigeria. The focus has been on training and empowering the women who produce our ingredients, ensuring we all flourish. This mutually beneficial relationship has resulted in the development of a set of successful products, with many more to come!

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A fellow triber
Hannah x

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