Water makes up about 70% of most beauty products, but with water poverty set to impact two thirds of the population by 2025, it’s time to look to waterless beauty to reduce our environmental impact. Counter Culture’s #JustOneSwitch campaign invites you to make one product switch to see how easy it can be.
After discovering this vegan and cruelty-free nail brand hailing from Denmark just a couple of months ago, I now can’t get enough of Nail Kind’s gentle yet long lasting plant-based formulas. Here I review three shades from their autumn collection
Celebrity hairstylist Kristin Ess launched her cruelty-free haircare range in Boots back in 2019, but somehow it’s taken me until now to come across her luxurious products aimed at creating ‘modern, perfectly-imperfect hair’. Is this range fabulous enough to lure me away from waterless haircare?
Welcome to the next instalment of the #beautyinsider Q&As, where you can read about how beauty experts got into their field of work. This month’s guest is Sonia Deasy, Co-Founder of simple and effective skincare brand Pestle & Mortar.
With a product range up to 85% bio-sourced, natural origin, vegan and cruelty-free, award-winning Danish brand Nail Kind has only been around since 2017 but has already built a strong reputation for gentle formulas offering great performance and a fantastic range of shades.
The Soil Association’s celebration of all things organic is back, helping to raise awareness of certified organic products and how they support our planet. Here I share some of my favourite certified organic products, branching out beyond beauty and into home fragrance and food.