Ethical beauty brands bloggers love
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Ethical beauty brands bloggers love

As we pride ourselves on being the UK’s first eco-spa, we love beauty brands that take pride in being ethically responsible. Whether they’re organic, vegan, cruelty-free, eco-friendly or all of the above, beauty brands that care about our world and our wellbeing get a big thumbs up from us.

For any fellow ethical beauty lovers out there, we’ve put together a list of ethical beauty brands that are loved by bloggers and are sure to be loved by you too.

The Rose Tree

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Think you can't use face oil because you have combination skin? . @therosetree Radiance Facial Essence will change your mind! . Packed with gorgeous ingredients especially for combination skin - no breakouts. . Artisanal product from a wonderful female entrepreneur who really cares about making you feel good! 🌞 ➡ Link in bio for full review. . . #therosetree #facialoil #faceoil #naturalskincare #luxuryskincare #ecoluxebeauty #organicskincare #cleanerbeauty #cleanbeauty #greenbeauty #cleanskincare #ukbeautybloggers #bbloggers #instabeauty #naturalbeauty #naturalbeautyblogger #naturalbeautyproducts #ukparentbloggers #mummybloggersuk #mummybloggers #pbloggers #selfcare #nebloggers

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The Rose Tree is a fabulous brand that not only offers luxury, organic products that are kind to skin, their products are also British-made.

We spoke to Natural Beauty With Baby blogger, Helen, and she told us why The Rose Tree is one of her all-time favourite ethical beauty brands. “This brand simply oozes honest, down-to-earth luxury with caring for oneself and the planet firmly at its heart.”

When we asked Helen if she had a favourite product of theirs, she knew just the one. “One of my favourite products of theirs is Radiance Facial Essence with Rose & Marula. Expect a gorgeous scented oil that gives beautifully soft, hydrated, and radiant skin.”

Aesop

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Aesop is an organic-focused Australian brand with offices all over the world. They like to ensure their products are of the highest quality, are made with natural and sustainable ingredients, and of course, make you feel like a goddess. Their website says they “investigate widely to source plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients, and use only those with a proven record of safety and efficacy.”

Blogger Kate from Kate La Vie explains why she loves Aesop: “Aesop are a brand that I fall a little more in love with every time I try a product; their simple approach to skincare is what I’m all about, and those dreamy brown bottles and metal tubes are an Instagram staple.

Kate absolutely loves their Fabulous Face Oil, having gone through an entire bottle in just a few months and taking it with her everywhere. “The nourishing oil is lightweight and ideal for normal/problematic skin types, and I find it an essential part of my skincare routine when my complexion ain’t looking so great. I tend to apply it as part of my evening skincare routine, as it zaps zits and tames oily skin, but it also works brilliantly in my morning routine too.”

Lush



As one of the UK’s most loved beauty brands, Lush was guaranteed to be on our list!

If you’re not familiar with Lush, they are fabulously ethical and passionate about fair trade, anti-animal testing, the environment and organic, fresh ingredients.

“Lush has been one of my favourite beauty brands for years,” says Sophie, blogger at Calvi Rose. “They never seem to let me down no matter what product I try. Not only are they a major contributor to promoting the cruelty-free message, but they also have so many vegan and vegetarian products so there is literally something for everyone.”

Sophie has a few favourite Lush products, one of which includes Ro’s Argan Body Conditioner. “In shower body conditioners are literally the best invention ever for people who forget to moisturise like myself!

“I particularly like this one from Lush as a little bit goes a long way and it leaves your skin feeling super soft and not one bit sticky. The scent is unreal, I wish it was a perfume! The scent lasts for a while on your skin afterwards too which I love about it.”

Antipodes



This organic, green beauty brand is sure to give your skin a glow with its natural and nourishing ingredients. The Antipodes website describes the brand as being cruelty-free, vegetarian and “highly innovative, scientific and organic”. They use a powerful combination of science and raw super-fruit extracts to bring its customers “high-tech certified organic and premium formulations”.

Lola from 2MumsViews loves the company’s ethics. “Antipodes is a brand I have supported for a few years now. It is one of those brands that once you try the products, you can’t help but love them. Their packaging features fully recyclable bottles and aluminium tubes, and 100% biodegradable cardboard from sustainable forests.”

In Lola’s beauty routine you’ll find a range of Antipodes products, including Reincarnation Pure Facial Polish & Exfoliator. “I tend to stay away from harsh scrubs and this exfoliator is perfect for me!

“It comes in a recyclable aluminium tube. The texture is creamy and contains micro jojoba beads which you can’t really see, however you can feel them on the skin. It has a subtle orange scent which is lovely.”

Mukti Organics

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LOVE Mukti package review time..... Let's begin with the Botanique Shampoo and Conditioner - ummmm THE best green shampoo and conditioner I've tried for my curly, and at times, unruly mane! This desert lime and lemon basil scented collection is such a great combination of cleansing and moisturing for your hair. I have always had issues trying to find a shampoo and conditioner that is heavy enough to control and weigh down my curls as the fuzz can be beyond this world, so I found the transition to non toxic hair care the hardest. The Mukti shampoo is slightly foaming which I like (some non toxic brands don't foam which is fine but I never feel like my hair is clean enough....slightly OCD I know), it does leave your hair feeling squeaky clean and in need of conditioning.....ENTER MUKTI CONDITIONER...this stuff is really great. It is what keeps my hair under control. The true test for me is the next day once my hair has dried and it's potential for boof is at its absolute peak. . NO BOOF! NO FUZZ! NO FRIZZ! . Just lovely controlled shiny curls (I did use some of the Mukti Hair Serum but will post that later...). Mukti are struggling to disappoint me, which is a great problem to have. . Love these products, highly recommend! . #mukti #haircare #hair #cantgowrong #love #createloveheal #greenbeautyblogger #greenbeauty #greenbblogger #organicproducts #naturalproducts #natural #organic #naturalmakeup #organicmakeup #skincare #nontoxic #chemicalfree #naturallook #organicskincare #naturalskincare #skin #love #happiness #health #wellness #bbloggersau #bbloggerau #aussieblogger #plantbased #vegan

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Mukti is a vegan and cruelty-free Australian beauty brand (don’t worry – they ship overseas!) passionate about being organic, sustainable and ethical. When it comes to Mukti’s ingredients, they are chosen based on “functionality, effectiveness and safety”. They also use native Australian extracts that are full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and bioactive constituents that are anti-inflammatory, super hydrating and with natural sun protection qualities.

“Mukti Organic Skincare is one of the best quality Australian skincare ranges I have come across,” says Brigid from Create Love Heal. “It is rich and decadent while caring for your skin, body and hair in a way that truly enhances natural beauty.”

Brigid has tried a range of non-toxic shampoo and conditioners, but Mukti’s Botanique Shampoo and Conditioner are by far the best she has tried for taming her curly mane. “This is such a great combination of cleansing and moisturising for your hair. I have always had issues trying to find a shampoo and conditioner that is dense enough to control and weigh down my curls as the fuzz can be beyond this world, so I found the transition to non-toxic hair care the hardest.

“The true test for me is the next day once my hair has dried and its potential for boof is at its absolute peak. NO BOOF! NO FUZZ! NO FRIZZ! Just lovely controlled shiny curls.”

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