This beautiful organic skincare range has been designed to target the negative side effects of our hectic lifestyles and is lovingly handmade in small batches in Hertfordshire. The high tech ingredients have been sourced from the most extreme ecosystems in nature (think the Antarctic), making sure they’re resilient to stress, before being blended with organic oils, waters and butters.
I adore their Nourishing Cleanser (£32). This velvety formula (made up of Arctic Sea Buckthorn, Rosehip Oil and Papaya Enzymes) lasts ages and transformed my skin after a single wash. Plus, it smells good enough to eat.
The S5 range uses Miron glass packaging, which, as well as being eco-friendly, has been proven to lengthen the shelf life of creams and butters.
Loella Cosmetics Makeup Brushes
The cruelty-free and vegan makeup brushes are a big hit with beauty bloggers and makeup artists, appearing on the sets of ITV, Sky Studios and London Fashion Week.
Coming in a range of quirky colours, they don’t just look good, they do good too by partnering with #iamtheCODE, a foundation teaching girls in disadvantaged communities the skills and confidence to become tech entrepreneurs.
Meet Lani. A vegan and cruelty-free skin and hair care range with the most delightful packaging. The products are made using sustainable tropical ingredients and are super affordable too.
The colourful packaging is glass-based – so no plastic here – and each product is made in small batches. My favourite is the Cacao Detox Mask (£17.99). It turns into a heavenly-smelling chocolate mousse when mixed with water (definitely don’t eat it) that absorbs toxins and excess oil and calms your skin, with a mix of raw cacao, aloe vera, turmeric and vitamin C.