Conscious House Launches Homemade Home & Skincare Products Committed to Sustainability & Crue
The London based lifestyle brand creating natural, sustainable and ethical home and beauty products only uses ingredients and materials from trusted suppliers
By: Dare PR
Conscious House was founded by Nicolle Barreiros and Rebecca Dallimore in London after months working together in beauty, home and fragrance retail. The founders shared a love for sustainability and natural products, and things that smell as good as they are for the planet.
The collection includes lip balms, lip tints, lip scrubs, daily face creams, overnight hand creams, body whips, body scrubs, bar soaps, face cloths and soap pouches. The beauty products and face accessories come in paper packaging and glass jars with an aluminium lid which are all recycled or recyclable.
"Our goal is to provide simple, delicious, natural formulations that are a sustainable option for daily skincare essentials."
Conscious House uses only natural ingredients that are sustainably sourced, ranging from jojoba, kernel, and avocado oils to aloe vera, cocoa seed and shea butter. Face cloths are made of eucalyptus fibre and soap pouches are made of 100% plant-fibre yarn and wooden beads. Products are minimally wrapped in re-used or recycled paper, with the company working on a delivery system that is entirely carbon neutral.
10% of Conscious House profits go to SEED Madagascar, a sustainable development charity working primarily in the southeast of Madagascar, and Mind the mental health charity in England and Wales.
"We are passionate about supporting our fellow local businesses and sourcing our items from them." says Nicolle Barreiros. "Our products are gentle on the skin, especially our eucalyptus face cloths and soap pouches. In its natural form, eucalyptus is soft to touch and stays that way during the wood pulp process, meaning our cloths are a pleasure to use at the end of a long day"
The Conscious House range is available on its website. For more information or to view the collection, visit www.conscioushouselondon.com