Mooncup Review - the Mooncup is a UK brand of menstrual cup made from medical grade silicone

Mooncup is a UK based brand that pretty much everyone recognises. In fact, many people refer to menstrual cups as a Mooncup. That’s how well known this brand is. And it’s no surprise really, they’ve been around for 15 years and started selling in 2002. Mooncup is the first ever menstrual cup made from medical grade silicone.

Inside The Box

The Mooncup comes in a white cardboard box. Inside of the box is a little instructional booklet on how to use and care for the cup. Also included is the Mooncup with a cotton drawstring pouch. View Post

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The Inlight Super-Food Face Mask is full of antioxidants which are great for anti aging and helping to restore dull skin

Inlight Beauty is a luxurious green skincare brand based in Cornwall. Behind the brand is a fantastic Doctor called Dr Spiezia who co-founded the brand and formulates the products. If you recognise the name, that’ll be because Dr Spiezia is considered to be the Father of the Organic Beauty Movement here in the UK.

After discovering Inlight Beauty on Instagram, I became very curious about their products and decided to try them out. Since I am a huge lover of face masks, I purchased their highly praised Super-Food Mask. View Post

Natural Beauty Box Review

The Natural Beauty Box is a monthly box that contains vegan, cruelty free and natural skincare. They’re fairly new to the scene but so far have offered some incredible boxes. I was lucky enough to be sent one to try out and review for y’all.

About The Natural Beauty Box

As I mentioned already, this box contains natural skincare which is vegan and cruelty free. They feature established and upcoming brands, which I think is fantastic.

It’s a subscription box but unlike some, you’re able to purchase a one-off box, which I really like. The Natural Beauty Box also support charities. 50p from every box is donated, and the charities supported changes every quarter. View Post

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Eco Femme cloth pad review made from cotton which is breatheable

Eco Femme is a fantastic initiative that’s based out in India. The women there are paid a fair wage to make the Eco Femme cloth pads, and for each 1 sold, 1 pad is given back into a girl in India. View Post

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Monki x Lunette x The Cup is an amazing collaboration and aims to help girls stay in school

I’m a huge fan of reusable menstrual products and an even bigger fan of the menstrual cup brand, Lunette. It’s no secret that they’re one of my fave cup brands and I love their unapologetic attitude towards tackling taboos. So it was no surprise to me when they announced a collab that would benefit a worthy cause. View Post

Wild Earth Beauty (formerly Premium Indulgence) is a UK based retailer that sells Green Skincare. It’s run by a lady called Louise who used to be an Oncology Nurse. Through her profession, Louise met many people with breast cancer. After reading up reports about the possible connection between breast cancer and the aluminium in anti perspirants, she became interested in better alternatives. It was during her pregnancy that really kick started Louise into looking at what’s in our everyday skincare. Louise often found it difficult to find stores that sold beautiful artisan products, and clearly listed ingredients in their products. And so, she started Wild Earth Beauty.

I was sent two pamper/gift type boxes – one called the flip flop box and the other called the sun care box. Below is my review of each.

The Flip Flop Box

Green Skincare for beautifully soft feet View Post

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Plastic Free July - 19 plastic busting tips to help you during plastic free july to be more eco friendly

I’ll be honest, I wasn’t planning on writing another plastic busting post for Plastic Free July. I wrote two posts last year for it, and just last month I did a post for #PlasticChallenge with some tips. Not to mention the month before that I did another plastic busting post for Earth Day. So I had planned on re-sharing that content. But it seems that you lovely lot actually want a post for Plastic Free July with some of my top tips. So here it is, enjoy! View Post