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

DIY Dry Shampoo for people with red or ginger hair - made from natural clays and arrowroot powder

When I published my DIY dry shampoo recipe a while ago, a few people asked “but what about those of us with red hair?”. For some bizarre reason, I only thought about blonde and brunette folks. Whoops! So, for my beautiful red headed readers, here’s a DIY dry shampoo recipe for you. View Post

Oway (short for Organic Way) is a professional haircare brand made with organic and biodynamic ingredients. They make haircare for various different needs, and I’ve totally fallen in love with the brand.

Most haircare comes in plastic bottles, so I was super excited to find that Oway use glass bottles which are forever recyclable. Due to my chronic health issues, my hair started lacking life. It became super dull, dry and my scalp started drying out, too. View Post

Want to enjoy time outdoors but without lugging a bag around just to carry your flask? These flask holders by On The Go Design are genius and allow you to go hands free or clip your drink to your belt/bag

On The Go Design is a UK based business created by a lady called Sarah-Kate. Sarah-Kate has always been crafty and having a family opened up a whole new world of things to create. Whilst being a stay at home parent, she started selling her handmade products to help make ends meet. Eventually, Sarah-Kate wanted to specialise in products that were made from beautiful fabric and could help families get out and about whilst being kind to the planet. This is how On The Go Designs came to be. View Post

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Mallow + White natural skincare is made from 6 ingredients or less which is ideal for sensitive skin

Mallow + White is a UK based natural skincare brand. It’s run by a wonderful lady called Joanna, who I happen to think is pretty darn amazing. Joanna has sensitive skin and so, decided to create natural, simple but effective skincare that was suitable for her skin. This is how Mallow + White was born.

A few months ago I was looking for a new facial oil to try and stumbled across Mallow + White whilst on Instagram. I loved the idea of a simple product with few ingredients, and so I purchased a couple of items to try. View Post

Zero waste natural deodorant recipe for those wanting to go zero waste and make their own skincare

This zero waste deodorant recipe post has been a long time coming. I can’t quite remember if I started on this in 2015 or 2016. But I know for sure it’s been over 18 months in the making. Creating a natural deodorant recipe isn’t something you can just do and publish in a day. Unless of course, you’re republishing someone else’s recipe (huge no-no!).

I tried a couple of other people’s recipes yonks ago which, didn’t work for me. Either they melted at room temperature during summer, left oily marks on my clothes or irritated my skin badly. Anyway, I decided that I wanted to make something that was vegan-friendly, free from coconut oil and didn’t melt into liquid during the summer. But most of all, I wanted to create a zero waste deodorant recipe that actually worked. View Post