Spirit Soap Bar @spirited_soaps
Straight from the beautiful Isle of Islay, Gemma works with the distilleries on the island to capture their unique essence in soap form! Gemma is super passionate about sharing all that is incredible about the little Island and you often spot the stunning landmarks on theIsland as the backdrop to her Instagram posts. As a huge Islay whisky fan myself, this is a goody I'm super excited about! Slàinte mhath!
Clam Shell @sheshellcrafts
Dia, the creator behind She Shell Crafts, specialises in enhancing the natural beauty of shells using a variety of media and the decoupage technique. All shells used are sourced ethically and locally in the UK and are recycled where possible. Being kind to the environment is at the core of Dia’s work! The shells make ideal jewellery or trinket holders, tealight holders or they can simply be used to add a decorative touch to your home: the world is literally your oyster.
Wave bracelet @gypsea.myrin
The perfect little bracelet for your oyster! Myrin creates these beautiful bracelets inspired by her love of the ocean and jewellery she wore throughout the summer growing up in Italy. Myrin sources all of her supplies from other UK based small businesses and strives to keep her business as ocean friendly as possible, occasionally releasing jewellery lines with profits going to charities working with ocean wildlife.
Pocket Mirror @sophiestokesdesigner
Molly is the artist behind Sophie Stokes, an emerging slow fashion brand that produces unique hand-drawn designs and turns them into jewelry & accessories. Inspired by retro patterns, iconic women and bold colours, Molly founded Sophie Stokes to create quirky designs that would inspire women to be their true selves. Molly grew up wearing second-hand, exploring charity shops and living in a treasure trove of vintage kitsch and doesn’t intend to stop, this is why Molly is committed to ensuring that Sophie Stokes remains sustainable and environmentally conscious.
Radiance Face Scrub or Nourishing Cleanser @sens8ate
Husband & wife team Patrick & Gomolemo Shirley founded Sens8ate in 2018 after researching the contents of the skincare products they were using at the time and discovering that they contained parabens and sulphates. They both swapped over to a natural beauty regime and noticed the difference in their skin instantly. Not wanting to stop there, they have worked hard to develop their packaging to be sustainable, opting to use glass and wood with as little plastic as they can.