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  • Bentonite Clay

    With it's absorbent nature, this natural clay can be used to help fight breakouts and treat inflammation.
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  • Lime Essential Oil

    Said to improve the appearance of previous scars from acne, dark spots, and wrinkles.
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  • Sisal

    a truly eco-friendly product, sisal is completely biodegradable and renewable, sisal can be grown effectively without any harmful pesticides.
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  • Coconut Husk

    biodegradable and natural, coconut husk is used as a great alternative to plastic bristles.
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  • Loofah

    A plant, genus of tropical and subtropical vines, part of the cucumber family. It's fibers polish away dirt and can improve blood flow to the surface.
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  • Plastic Free

    Each day, about 8 million pieces of plastic find their way into the ocean, killing well over a million marine animals a year. Plastic doesn't biodegrade, so swapping your plastic products for natural ones is a sure-fire way to help the environment.
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  • Cotton

    Cotton is sustainable, renewable and biodegradable.
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  • Compostable

    Composting is an environmentally friendly way to get rid of natural waste. It improves soil quality, reduces the need for chemical fertilisers and helps you grow tasty veggies and lovely flowers!
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  • Seed Card

    Not wanting to waste any opportunity to use something that helps the environment, our seed paper can be planted in your garden or window box to grow some British, bee-friendly flowers when you're finished with it. Just add water and good soil.
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  • Vegetable Ink

    Vegetable inks are a hidden way of becoming more eco-friendly. They're far easier to get out during recycling, meaning they use less energy, and cause a fraction of the pollution.
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  • Liquid Wood

    Made from leftover parts of trees that are unused (usually wasted) during the paper-making process, and combined with natural resin, fibers and flax. Breaks down quickly and organically into eco-safe by-products like carbon dioxide and water. 
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  • Bamboo

    An extremely sustainable, durable, and biodegradable material. Bamboo is a fast-growing grass, requires no fertiliser and self-regenerates from its own roots, so it doesn’t need to be replanted. The fastest-growing plant in the world, it absorbs twice as much carbon dioxide than a tree, and it's strong making it a great eco-friendly replacement for plastics.
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  • Bassine

    From the sago palm, also a popular houseplant, bassine bristles are a strong and sustainable replacement for plastic bristles.
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  • Grapefruit Essential Oil

    An antioxidant and antibacterial said to be useful in the treatment of acne and healing skin complaints. The scent has also been linked to an uplift in mood and lower stress.
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  • Konjac

    Made from the root of a sustainable vegetable, konjac is a great way to cleanse and gently moisturise your skin. Rather than plastic sponges, which break up over time and release tiny particles of plastic into the environment, konjac is completely biodegradable.
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  • Kaolin Clay

    the most gentle among clay types, keeping your skin soft and healthy. It removes excess sebum from your face and clears the skin pores without stripping your skin of the natural oils. It cleans traces of dirt, pollution, grime, and bacteria effectively from your skin. It removes traces of dead skin cells without causing any redness or irritation.
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  • Superfats

    Using a superfat in soap just pushes the soap to be as moisturising as possible. By adding superfats, soap is going to be more suitable for more skin types.
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  • Beeswax

    Locks moisture into your hair, seals the strands and makes your hair easier to control.
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  • Sweet Almond Oil

    Another great oil for moisturising and nourishing your skin, almond oils are good for treating dry and irritated skin. It can also help your skin heal, reduce acne, and reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks.
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  • Coconut Oil

    With naturally anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and moisturising properties, this oil is fantastic for both skin and hair.
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  • Vitamin E

    Moisturising and healing, with anti-inflammatory properties, this vitamin helps soothe, heal and protect your skin from all the ini#visible nasties in the air, such as pollution and sun damage. It's said that it helps your skin on a cellular level, so is often used for stretch marks or ageing skin.
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  • Himalayan Salt

    Aside from physically exfoliating your skin, this natural salt contains minerals that will soften your skin and lock in moisture.
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  • Avocado Oil

    This oil has moisturising and nourishing properties and has also been shown to reduce acne, promote skin healing and reduce some signs of ageing skin.
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  • Tea Tree

    Most well known as a cure for oily and acne-prone skin, tea tree oil can also be used effectively to help prevent dry and itchy skin. For the scalp, this is great for reducing dandruff and flakiness on the scalp and promoting healthy scalp and hair.
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