Campaigning for a greener future

Fashion and Beauty

The fashion and beauty industries often come under criticism for being particularly unethical but there are more and more companies who are trying to promote sustainable practices and eliminate the use of harsh chemicals in their products. Whether you’re looking for organic cotton or recycled fabrics in your clothing, fair trade jewellery, paraben free skin care or vegan society approved beauty products, we can help you explore the best options for your wardrobe and dressing table.

lisa-johnson of LJ's Natural Solutions

Lisa’s Beauty Products are the Natural Solution

We believe strongly in beauty and skin care products made with natural ingredients.

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

Liz Earle, advocates for naturally active skincare, have developed this 2-step facial cleanser to promote cleaner skin.

Keele Sustainability Hub Big Green Swish

A Swishing Good Time

As part of Go Green Week, Keele University held The Big Green Swish.

Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Face Mask

‘Drink Up Intensive’ Face Mask by Origins

This American skincare brand are dedicated to developing ground-breaking new products from pure, natural ingredients.

Mind Charity Shop in Llandudno

Charity Shop Finds That Might Surprise You

Heading down to your local charity shop may spring to mind when you're clearing out your wardrobe or when giving the garage a spring clean.

Pot of Yes to Carrots 'C the Difference' face mask

‘C the Difference’ Face Mask by Yes to Carrots

Yes to Carrots have developed this exfoliating mud mask by harnessing the power of carrots enriched with minerals from the Dead Sea.

Wood inlay eco wedding rings

Going Green With Wedding Rings

People who live by green and sustainable values in their everyday life will most likely extend these ideals to the biggest day of their lives – their wedding day.

Customised shirts and satchels

Reduce Your Clothing Carbon Footprint

With so many new trends coming and going, and with shops rotating their stock as often as every six weeks, it’s easy to get caught up in the buying cycle.

catwalk

Is Fast Fashion Becoming a Fast Fad?

The world of fashion is a fickle craze; no sooner has one trend gathered momentum than another disappeared into the fashion graveyard.

Greenpeace Take A Step In The Right Direction Against Climate Change

A new campaign launched by environmental campaign group Greenpeace is calling on consumers to take steps to help increase awareness about the detrimental effects that the footwear industry can have on the world's rainforests.

Charity Shop Chic – Greening your Wardrobe

Buying a new outfit or three is most girls' (and a fair few men's) idea of fun, but although throw-away fashion can satisfy most budgets, the implications of fast fashion and keeping the prices low for consumers often cost the environment a great deal more.