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Bath Bombs, Lush, £3.95-£4.95. Lush ensure their products are handmade, 100% vegetarian, and are bought ethically. They are also working to fight against animal testing.
Beauty Gift Box, The Body Shop, £40. This Fuji green tea gift set contains a body sorbet, lotion and butter, as well as shower gel, scrub and cologne. It is one of The Body Shop’s specially selected gifts that when purchased, one day of safe water is supplied to a family in Ethiopia. The Body Shop does not test on animals and is an advocate of fair trade.
Brush Set, EcoTools, £19.99. EcoTools want to help you get gorgeous and give back by purchasing their eco-conscious beauty products. Brushes are packaged in reusable cosmetic cases print on 100% tree-free paper, made from 80% bamboo and 20% cotton fibre.
Polo-Neck Jumper, H&M Conscious, £24.99. H&M are committed to making their operations and products more sustainable. By reducing, reusing and recycling, and using natural resources responsibly. Their first Conscious denim collection used 56% less water and 58% less energy than comparable products.
Rose Gold Friendship Bracelet, Monica Vinader, £95. Monica Vinader is a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council, which addresses human and labour rights, environmental impact and mining practices within the jewellery supply chain. They have been awarded the Butterfly Mark by Positive Luxury for their outstanding commitment to sustainability. This beautiful bracelet can also be engraved for free.
Shark Iphone 5 Case, Stella McCartney, £45. Stella McCartney avidly promotes a sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyle. It is a vegetarian brand that refuses to use animal skins, furs or leathers, or to test on animals. In 2014, it received the Walpole Award for Corporate Social Responsibility.
Wallet, Matt & Nat, £40. This vegan, environmentally friendly brand is committed to using sustainable materials. The linings of their products are made of recycled plastic bottles, approximately 21 are recycled to make one bag!
Vegan Chocolate & Cranberry Slab, Hotel Chocolat, £3.75. This British-born company are working to expand their collection of vegan chocolates. They are regular winners at the PETA UK Vegan Food Awards.
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