Plastic-free Ethique Beauty Bars
High Street Buy
Supports good causes
Alternative for: shampoo, conditioner, facial cleanser, deodorant, body wash and moisturisers in plastic packaging
Ethique Beauty is an ethical brand founded in New Zealand. They make a range of solid-bar beauty products for hair, face and body. Their products are 100% plastic-free and so far saved more than 3.3 million plastic bottles from manufacture and landfill and is projected to save 10 million by 2020.
Packaging: paperboard box made from FSC certified material
End of Life:
- packing is home and commercially compostable and recyclable
- products are biodegradable
"Both the cleanser and deodorant have been brilliant to use, but my favourite from the Ethique Beauty range has to be the Heali Kiwi Shampoo Bar – I took it to a festival and found it lathered up really well in the shower, cleaned my hair and smelt fresh too. The box came in handy as well – I could pack it away into my bag after showering, making it the perfect companion for travelling/festivals/even at the gym."
- 100% plastic-free
- 100% natural ingredients
- Vegan-friendly and cruelty-free
- Free from palm oil
- Available for a range of hair and skin types
- The company's carbon emissions are offset via climatefriendly.com
- 20% of profits are donated to good causes, predominately animal charities
- TBC - made outside the UK
When comparing costs, these bars are highly concentrated and will last 2 - 5 times longer than the equivalent bottled product.
Where to Buy...
Available in bars which are 110g, and 15g for travel
Coming to to the UK high street soon!
Ethique Beauty products are going to be stocked at Holland & Barrett.
Available online direct from Ethique Beauty
- Ethique Beauty provide a handy tool helping you find the best bar for you
- If you haven't used a solid shampoo before, check out our page of tips for switching to a shampoo bar
Image from brand website.
This information is provided as a guide only and is accurate to the best of our knowledge.
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