Originating in South Korea, waterless beauty proposes products that are formulated without water for more sustainable alternatives like soap, balms, powders, oils and butters. Every part of the body is catered for, so here is my waterless beauty routine, covering face, hair and body.
The beauty industry hasn’t had the best track record in terms of sustainable solutions, but Creightons Body Bliss cruelty-free and vegan range uses 50% recycled plastic in their bottles, a positive move towards more sustainable packaging. Here I review 5 of their products.
Learn how to make your own DIY protective fabric face mask with this free printable pattern and step by step instructions. Reusable and kind to the planet, please note though that this is not a medical-grade face mask.
Vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free, SLS-free, plastic-free with minimal recycled and recyclable packaging, niche British brand Friendly Soap offers virtuous soap bars which I put to the test in this product review. Are solid soaps the vintage way forward?
I’ve acquired a taste for beauty empties. It’s the satisfaction of squishing tubes into twisted shapes as I extract that last drop. Here are this month’s empties with tips on how to avoid waste when you near the bottom of the packaging.
That’s right just 5 hard-working products for your face, body and hair, including makeup. Does this sound feasible? I love a beauty challenge, so here are my five multi-purpose products to cover what I would consider my basic beauty needs.