Along with the addition of a variety of new skincare products, Fairtrade brand Fair Squared has announced that its range has become zero waste.
Natural wellbeing and beauty brand Kypwell has unveiled its innovative new eco-friendly, sustainable and biodegradable product packaging.
Aiming to spice up the sauce and condiments market is Big Tom Spiced Tomato Ketchup boasting a significantly lower sugar content than other leading brands.
Described as a ‘no BS capsule collection’, start-up brand Faace is launching a trio of natural face masks in February, designed to simplify skincare.
According to a new report by Prohibition Partners, the CBD skincare market is forecast to be worth £738 million in sales by 2024.
The New Time Traveller line from Age Defy+ by Cha Vøhtz is a duo of brightening skincare solutions: Soft Buff Skin Exfoliator and Brightening Moisturiser.
Weleda has been featured in a new 78-page report by Positive Luxury, launched at the Davos World Economic Forum annual meeting on 21 January.
The latest innovation from Neal’s Yard Remedies is its certified organic Frankincense Intense Cleansing Melt, a triple texture cleanser.
Hot on the heels of Veganuary (set to be the biggest yet), the inaugural Plant Powered Expo will take place in London Olympia on 1-2 February this year.
Welsh health and beauty brand Naissance has won Exporting Business of the Year in Amazon’s inaugural Small Business Awards.
UK-based Bulldog Skincare is set to be the first Leaping Bunny-approved international skincare brand to go on sale in mainland China.
Natural beauty brand lavera has extended its skincare line with a selection of natural, biodegradable vegan sheet masks.
A new shop, Heather and Rose Health, opened its doors in Watford in October to offer the local community an independent health store experience. Business partners by Kasia Chajdacki and Branka Simic both previously worked in Panacea health store in a nearby shopping centre, but when that closed down they resolved to branch out on […]
Freya + Bailey has created a new natural and organic skincare range aimed at protecting skin and making it ‘battle ready’ against toxins and pollution.
Zero from Skin Academy is positioned as the ‘first mass-market, 100% natural, 100% recyclable/recycled packaging, sustainable skincare range’.
Charlotte Vøhtz has launched a new signature skincare range, using youth-boosting botanicals and scientifically tested plant actives.
Conscious House has introduced a collection of beauty products designed to show that natural and ethical skincare can be luxurious and affordable.
From Fairtrade chocolate to skincare botanicals, Claire Lavelle showcases the best festive retail offers this season (more…)
Green People has introduced a galaxy of treats for Christmas, with a vegan range of skin, bath and bodycare gifts featuring interstellar-inspired designs.
Hemsley Organics is a recently launched UK brand offering skincare products infused with traditional reiki energy to aid both skin and wellbeing.
Where to Vegan sets up snack delivery service
March 27, 2020 Jane Wolfe
Where to Vegan has launched a subscription snack box service so peckish consumers can get a regular supply of vegan treats delivered straight to their door.
Soil Association Certification freezes fee increase
Responding the ‘unprecedented pressures’ of COVID-19 on farmers and food suppliers, Soil Association Certification is freezing its annual fee increases.
Natural & Organic Products Europe 2020 cancelled
NPE 2020 has been cancelled following an announcement that ExCeL is to be converted into a temporary hospital to treat coronavirus patients.
Guild of Fine Food: support your indie food stores at this crucial time
The Guild of Fine Food is calling for consumers to get behind their local indies and has added an online resource to its website to assist these retailers
The rise of clean and conscious beauty
February 27, 2020 Sharna Waid
The Natural Beauty & Spa Show is back at ExCeL London. Do you have the date in your diary? Okay, great. Now let us inspire you with what to expect …
Beauty without …
Beauty packaging, water, excess ingredients, pollutants … there is a huge amount of interest in the ‘zero waste’ movement, but it’s not a simple concept.
From topping up a tan and soothing sunburnt skin to luscious lashes and salty tresses, the natural beauty industry has summer in the (beach) bag.
As we become more aware of our environmental impact, even the newest arrival can get in on the act. Alice Wright explores options for parents going green.
Mineral-rich New Zealand volcanic mud delivers instant illumination for your skin
It may seem counter-intuitive to apply mud to your skin in order to cleanse it, but the skin-enhancing benefits of mineral-rich mud have been harnessed for beauty treatments all over the world for centuries. Antipodes® uses white volcanic mud sourced from central New Zealand’s dramatic central plateau in its new Halo Skin-Brightening Facial Mud Mask […]
Leading the discussion around sustainability in retail
The Sustainability in Retail Forum is the new conference designed to help senior executives within leading retailers from across the Nordic region meet the ever-evolving challenges around sustainability. Taking place 13 November 2019, at MalmöMässan, Sweden, the event is co-located with the award-winning trade exhibitions Nordic Organic Food Fair and Eco Life Scandinavia. Facing the […]
Tooth powder as a powerful ally for your dental health
My Oradent tooth powder is neither a drug nor a medicine. Suitable for all consumers and also for vegans and vegetarians. Why in powder form? Studies have shown that tooth powder can be more effective at removing plaque than toothpaste. Plus, My Oradent does not contain fluoride, is non-toxic and is also safe for children. […]
The Health Store Open Day is back!
The Health Store’s ever popular Open Day makes a welcome return on Sunday 8th September. Paul Rideout, Sales & Marketing Manager at the Health Store, explains “The Open Day is back by popular demand! This will be our 8th Open Day since we launched the event back in 2009 and it is more popular than […]