Shop By Ethics
Products which have been made without the use of chemical fertilisers, pesticides, growth regulators and livestock feed additives
Products which are made by hand or a hand process. They are not mass produced with machines in a factory
Non Animal Tested
Products which have not involved killing or harming any animals including animal testing
Products which have been wholly made in the UK, and not just part of the item
Products which have no animal ingredients or animal derived ingredients in them and will not have used any animal testing. They will not include any eggs, dairy, meat, fish, shellfish or honey
Products that are manufactured by firms which use positive environmental practices and show concern for human rights
Products that have a lower carbon footprint than other similar items. The carbon footprint can be determined by the materials used to make the item, the production methods and supply chain emissions
Products which do not have any plastic in them. This category also includes alternatives to items that are made from plastic
Products which have been made through the process of recovering materials from waste and then converting it into a new product
Products which have been made through the process of reusing discarded material to create a new product. It is recognised as being of a higher quality or value than the original
Products which can be reused many times, meaning reduced waste
Products that are made using materials and processes which are not harmful to the environment
Products that are durable and long lasting
Let Us Inspire You
5 Steps For a More Sustainable Wardrobe
Read Beatrice Turner’s tips on how to make the transition to an ethical and sustainable wardrobe.
30 Earth Lover Ideas for Children
Read Stib’s list of ideas that parents can use to encourage their children to become more environmentally-friendly from a young age.
The health benefits of organic bedding
Read Sleep Organic’s post on the health benefits associated with using organic bed sheets and the science behind them.
The effects of coronavirus have on sustainable fashion
Read AmaElla’s post on how coronavirus has affected the sustainable fashion industry and how the industry can rebuild.
Mini wellness tips from Devon
Read Lola’s Apothecary’s post where they detail a few tips to improve body and mind wellness with the help of organic products.