Our Sustainable Self Care Edit


Yougi self care edit

At Yougi, we are conscious of our impact and committed to improving our relationship with the natural world by using sustainability sourced essential oils (made in the UK) and natural eco soy wax.  Raising awareness and inspiring  conscious lifestyle choices.

Click here to view our range. 

If you are feeling inspired to make your self care routine more sustainable, check out the amazing products below by  Bohemia And Flower , Mother Root, Milly And Sissy and TYH London below.

BOHEMIA & FLOWER

Natural soap

Bohemia & Flower Small Soap Bundle contains two individual bars of handmade vegan soap made in Faversham, Kent. Gift wrapped in a sustainable & fully reusable, plant dyed Furoshiki fabric wrap.


Bohemia & Flower’s founder, Katy, is committed to creating a product that is both useful & beautiful, building a business with eco-ethics at its heart.
All Bohemia & Flower products are plastic & palm oil free to ensure positive environmental change. 
Yes it may be small, but if we all act & live with awareness, realising that each decision we make has consequences for the natural world, as conscious consumers, together we can create real, long lasting change on a global scale.
Click here to visit the Bohemia & Flower website & enter ‘MOTHEREARTH’ at checkout for 20% off orders.

 

Mother Root

mother root drink

 

Bethan created Mother Root to bring the same flavour intensity and sense  of occasion to the alcohol-free drinks category as you get from a glass of wine
 
Inspired  by an age-old American recipe, Mother Root’s Ginger Switchel is a delicious, all-natural infusion of pressed ginger juice, blossom honey, and organic apple cider vinegar that will excite your tastebuds and leave you feeling revitalized. 
 
Best enjoyed as a pre-dinner aperitif over ice with soda or  a light tonic,  a slice of orange, and a fragrant sprig of rosemary.

 

MILLY & SISSY
Milly and Sissy

Milly & Sissy was founded to help reduce our negative impact on our environment by consuming less, wasting less and polluting less.  

By reducing the water content of traditional hair and body products, Milly & Sissy have reduced the transport carbon footprint of their products by 94%! All Millie & Sissy products, including their Candied Tangerine Hair & Body Wash Refill, contain 99% natural, vegan-friendly ingredients and come in recycled or compostable packaging.

Once water is added, each 40g sachet will make 500ml of fragrant Hair & Body Wash.  This light lather wash will leave your hair and body feeling squeaky clean and your conscience clear - knowing you've made a good choice for the planet.

Click here to visit the Milly & Sissy website.



TYH LONDON HAIR OIL TREATMENT

TYH Oil

TYH is a female founded business committed to transforming your hair and the earth using their 100% natural, cruelty free and vegan hair care. 

TYH Hair Oil Treatment is blended using 100% Organic Coconut, Jojoba, Olive and Argan Oil, sourced and made in the UK. It will prevent frizz and extend time between salon visits by minimising cuticle and colour damage. 

The blend is packaged in recycled bottles and 10p of each sale donated to Marine Conservation Society, so you can feel confident that you are doing good for the planet while nourishing your locks, naturally.

Click here to visit the TYH London website.

 

YOUGI SOOTHE CANDLE

Yougi Soothe Candle

Find a moment of peace, no matter what life has thrown at you with Yougi Soy Wax Candles. 

The ‘Soothe Candle’ is carefully crafted from 100% natural essential oils including lavender, eucalyptus, geranium, bergamot, and clary sage mingle to help you reconnect with the natural world to find your inner calm. Lavender soothes the nervous system and eucalyptus clears a busy mind.  

Made in London from ethically sourced, vegan and cruelty-free ingredients, Yougi’s soy wax candles create a clean and planet friendly burn.

Click here to visit the Yougi website & enter ‘EARTH20’ at checkout for 20% off all products and candle making workshops. Valid until Saturday 24th April 2020. 

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