Top Five: Favourite Eco Beauty Stores (Online)
Hopefully Organic September has inspired you to make the change to organic beauty products – or even make just one change! O
nline shopping is often the only way to get hold of many natural and organic beauty products.
I put together a variation on this post way back in 2012 a few months after I started this blog and with Organic September now over and with (hopefully) more people looking to buy organic beauty products there is no better time to update it.
Here are my (updated) Top Five favourite places to shop online…
Founded in 2008 by Imlda Burke, Content has become the mecca of green beauty in the UK. An Aladdin’s cave of lotions and potions, Content not only stocks an enormous range of products but also boasts a series of treatment rooms, offering beauty and naturopathic treatments and naturopathy consultations.
Brands include: Vapour Beauty, RMS Beauty, Ilia Beauty, Kjaer Weis, John Masters, May Lindstrom, Twelve, AS.AP and Oskia.
Love Lula has been at for forefront of natural beauty for nearly a decade and has become a favourite amongst natural beauty online shoppers. In addition to a whole host of beauty products, Love Lula also runs a monthly Beauty Box subscription (£12.50) – a fabulous way to try before you buy…
Brands include: AEOS, ECOTools, Gielly Green, Herbfarmacy, Kure Bazaar, PHB Ethical Beauty and Skin Blossom.
Now in its tenth year, Lucy Rose is quietly unassuming but stocks a huge range of skin, make-up and haircare products. Established by a Aromatherapist/Beauty Therapist and named after her two eldest daughters, Lucy Rose is one of my go-to stores for green beauty product purchases and a great place to source gifts too!
Brands include: NATOrigin, Pacifica, Spiezia, Trilogy, Zoya, Hurraw!, Intelligent Nutrients, Lily Lolo and Alba Botanica.
If you are looking for less commonly stocked make-up brands then this is the place to go. Small but perfectly formed, Glow Organic has just celebrated it’s 1st anniversary and is the brainchild of Make-up Artist Mel Jenkinson. If you’re on the hunt for a wide range of skincare then you’ll be a little disappointed as make-up is definitely the focus – refreshing from my point of view however.
Brands include: Zao, Couleur Caramel, Living Nature, Lippy Girl
If you are looking more towards the high end, luxury end of the market then you can’t go wrong with a nose around the website of A Beautiful World which stocks a lovely array of products from some of the lesser known, more exclusive brands. If you aren’t sure you can stretch to some of these products then check out the biannual Sampler Box (approximately £25.00) – a perfect introduction to the brands.
Brands include: Josh Rosenbrook, The Body Deli, Youth To The People, Yarok, Helen Dowsley and BRAD Biophotonic.
Coming up in the next few weeks will be my updated list of green beauty destinations if I’m out and about.
Where do you like to shop?
Images: Content & Wellbeing, Lucy Rose, Love Lula, Glow Organic Brighton, A Beautiful World
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