A big thank you to everyone who took part in Organic Beauty & Wellbeing Week 2021. Scroll down to see highlights from the week. Keep an eye on this page for updates on next year's campaign!
Our interactive panel discussion "Sustainable Beauty & Wellbeing- How Organic Supports Our Planet" can now be viewed at the link below.
The event was co-hosted with Sallie Berkery, Managing Director at CEW UK and featured insights from Susan Curtis, Director at Neal's Yard Remedies, Thomas Kerfoot, Founder and Director of O&3 and Anna Brightman, Co-Founder of UpCircle Beauty.
The panel discussed how and why Nature has the Answer …. and the answer is certified organic, delving in to the detail on how certified organic is better for wildlife and bio-diversity, better for the soil and works to close the loop.
Download your FREE digital asset pack for Organic Beauty & Wellbeing Week 2021 below!
Featuring images suitable for use across all your digital platforms, it has never been easier to help us say "NATURE HAS THE ANSWER... and the answer is certified organic."
Don't forget to tag our Instagram account @soilassociationbeauty, and use the hashtags #OBWW21, #NATUREHASTHEANSWER and #choosecertifiedorganic to take part.
From skincare and makeup to health and wellbeing, the Soil Association certify over 250 brands so you can be assured of the quality and integrity of their products.
The 2021 Organic Beauty & Wellbeing Market Report is the only report covering the certified cosmetics market in the UK today.
This year's report reveals a +13% growth in organic beauty and wellbeing products in 2020, accounting for a market now worth £120m.
Most importantly, this year's report focuses on how certified organic beauty and wellbeing products support sustainable benefits to the environment, with insights from key experts and figures within the industry.
Download the report today!
Organic September is a month-long campaign designed to encourage more people to try organic as a way to promote and educate people about food and farming practises.