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My favourite Soil Association Beauty Brands

Saturday, 29 September 2018


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It’s organic September and I thought what perfect time to share some of my favourite beauty brands that are Soil Association approved.

What does Soil Association approved mean?
Soil association started a standard for organic cosmetics back in 2002 so you know you can trust the product you buy actually is organic. They review the entire manufacturing process including sourcing of ingredients, formulation procedures and premises, as well as packaging. Once a brand or business has passed the certification process they are given the 'stamp of approval' with their symbol.

As a result of the growing demand for certified organic beauty worldwide, Soil Association has teamed up with 4 other organisations (BDIH in Germany, Cosmebio and Ecocert in France and ICEA in Italy) to develop a new harmonised standard for organic and natural cosmetics, known as COSMOS (Cosmetic Organic Standard).


Neal’s Yard Remedies
First up is an old-time favourite, Neal’s Yard Remedies. A British brand that are the pioneers of organic beauty that’s been around since the 80’s. I’m in love with the whole brand and haven’t tried one product I don’t like. Some of my favourites are Beauty Sleep body butter and the whole range of Frankincense.


Odylique by essential care
Another great brand is Odylique by essential care that does the most wonderful products. The products are created on a family farm in Suffolk, UK and are handmade in small batches to ensure maximum freshness. I love their face mask which is refreshing and works miracle on my skin.


CHOBS
CHOBS is a new discovery of mine. It’s a green K beauty brand that stands for Charm & Health Organic Beauty Shop and I’m loving their face sheet masks. I did a review a few months ago which you can have read here. All their products are vegan and organic and I can’t wait to try more of their products.


Skin and Tonic
Skin and Tonic is a London based brand that makes minimal skincare using no more than 7 carefully sourced, nutrient-rich, plant-based ingredients. I’ve been loving their products and recently been trying their lip balms which is rich and moisturising which is perfect now when the weather is changing.


Herbfarmacy
Herbfarmacy products are formulated using organic herbal ingredients garnered from the company’s own herb farm on the beautiful Welsh Borders.
The range is the result of the life’s work of botanist Dr Paul Richards, who now grows herbs specifically to develop their moisturising, anti-inflammatory and replenishing properties. They’re such gorgeous products and a big favourite of mine. I love their moisturising face cream which is perfect for the colder weather.

What are some of your favourite Soil Association approved products?



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