Organic beauty and wellbeing week is back, an initiative by The Soil Association to raise awareness of certified organic products and their benefits. To celebrate I share some of my favourite certified organic beauty brands.
The organic beauty market shows no signs of slowing down after recording +23% growth last year, with my latest skincare discovery being Nuxe’s Ecocert-certified organic offering. Here I review a selection of the French pharmacy brand’s organic skincare products.
With my constant search for the ultimate skincare routine perfectly tailored to my skin’s needs, I was intrigued by Natura Siberica’s certified organic cruelty-free range of booster type serums that target a specific concern. Here I review three light-as-air face serums.
With buzzwords such as self-care, natural, balance and wellbeing, Balance Me promotes itself as a bridge between beauty and wellbeing. Here I review 7 products from the natural British skincare brand to find out if this description fits the experience.
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?
What is a clean beauty product? Broadly speaking it’s one that does not use toxic ingredients. As part of Purpicks’ Clean Beauty Swap campaign I’m proposing clean alternatives to 10 conventional beauty items. What will be your swap?