Thank you to everyone who participated in Organic Beauty & Wellbeing Week.
Organic Beauty & Wellbeing Week is a week-long annual campaign, aiming to raise awareness of certified organic beauty and wellbeing products and the importance of certification and making sustainable choices.
Making one small swap to your self-care routine is the first step to making a world of difference. Find out how small changes to your lifestyle can contribute to a system combating our climate emergency and biodiversity loss - starting with what's in your wash bag.
One small swap can make a world of difference.
Did you know, there are currently no regulations that monitor the use of the word "organic" within beauty & wellbeing products? So the only way to be sure you are purchasing a product that is truly organic is to look for the logo.
👉 1. Show your support for the organic movement and download our free toolkit
💄 2. Make Your One Small Swap by choosing organic products. Find your small swap here.
🧴 3. Create your beauty and wellness remedies as an act of self-care and resistance.
📧 4. Join the movement: sign up to stay up-to-date on all things organic!
🎟️ 5. Attend our beauty event! Find out how to make your self-care routine sustainable with Marie Claire, Niomi Smart, Tabitha James Kraan Hair Crae and Pai Skincare. Grab your ticket here.
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. Find your small swap here.
Our connection to the food we eat and the products we use goes beyond the simple act of consuming. The provenance of the products and how it is produced is just as important to us than the finished product.
Want to go beyond making one small swap to your beauty routine? Take a look at our guide on how else to join the growing movement - starting with what's in your trolley.
What will your small swap be?
🌱 1. Uses Nature Responsibly (Green Chemistry Principles)
🦋 2. Protecting Wildlife & Biodiversity
🐇 3. No Animal Testing
🙅 4. Free From GM (Genetically Modified Organisms)
📦 5. Minimal Packaging With Maximum Recycled Content
The terms 'organic' and 'natural' for beauty products are interchangeable and can cause lots of confusion! We break down the terms and what defines a natural and organic beauty product.
Meet Tabitha James Kraan, self-confessed hair geek and founder of Tabitha James Kraan Hair Care. Find out how making your small swap to organic hair care can make a world of difference to our planet and our oceans.
Did you know? Tampons and pads can contain up to 90% plastic! Natracare unwrap the truth about non-organic vs organic tampons.Will your one small swap break the plastic period cycle?
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.
@KenBeagley Thanks Ken - we will take a look!