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.
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?
Many brands are stepping away from a chuck-away-and-buy-new attitude. This change is filtering through to beauty too, so join the green movement and check out these six sustainable tips to bring to your everyday beauty habits.
Welcome to the next instalment of the #beautyinsider Q&As, where you can find out who is behind some of your favourite beauty brands. This month's guest is Nichola Galletly, Trade Marketing Manager at professional spa and wellness brand Comfort Zone.
What beauty product scores 10/10 on effective results but 0/10 on sustainability? Answer: the sheet mask. I review three sheet masks, hoping this Korean beauty import will adapt to the changing times and achieve a green makeover.
This is the year sustainability becomes a top priority for beauty businesses. From recyclable packaging to biodegradable formulas, beauty brands are cleaning up their product offering, with the humble bar soap being a great planet-friendly format.