Endangered Species Socks by Bare Kind @barekind
Lucy, the founder of Bare Kind, has always had a love for animals, so much so that she wanted to be a vet. Unfortunately a fear of needles meant that wasn't going to be the ideal career path so she looked for other avenues to follow her dreams. A strong love for socks seemed an appropriate pairing! Each pair of socks donates 10% of profits to the conservation of the animal on the sock and they are also made from bamboo so totally sustainable too!
Wax Melt Clam Shell by Furnish House @the_furnish_house
After the summer we have had we deserve an extended Autumn! These scents from Rachel at Furnish House are incredible, created using a coconut soy wax blend they are paraffin free and the plastic looking clam shell? Well that's made from 100% recycled polypropylene which can also then be recycled again with your general household recycling. Rachel is proving that to be sustainable you do not have to compromise on style!
Handcrafted Dish by Askew Pottery @askewpottery
Dina is a solo potter working from her home studio in Gloucestershire. Dina's inspiration comes from natural stones and crystals, colourful wildlife and paintings and she especially loves impressionism, abstract and brush stroke art. Dina makes all of her pottery in small batches because she loves taking her time and making each piece exclusive. This means that your little dish is completely unique to you! It's the perfect little pinch pot for your salt
Pamper Pack by Up Circle @upcirclebeauty
Coffee loving siblings Anna and William Brightman realised how much amazing, antioxidant-rich coffee grounds were going to waste from their morning coffee. After finding out that 500,000 tonnes of coffee grounds are consumed (& then wasted) each year in the UK, they decided to do something about it! Now they repurpose ten skin-loving ingredients from across the globe, including apricot & olive stones, chai tea leaves, maple bark & argan shells and create an amazing range of beauty products, a few of which you have in your box! Happy pampering!
Lip Scrub by Pearl and Been @pearl.and.bee
Rachel, the maker behind Pearl and Bee, initially began looking into natural skincare when her daughter Pearl was born 3 years ago and had very sensitive skin. Starting with body butters and nappy creams, Rachel then moved on to wanting to try and make soaps. She chose very rich, moisturising butters and oils to nourish and protect my daughters skin. All of Rachel's products are plastic free and are completely eco friendly - right down to their biodegradable and compostable packaging.