From plant, to lab, to bottle - does it matter how your skincare ingredients are made? You may have heard claims that natural extracts are more skin compatible, or lab-made ingredients...
The ultimate skincare ingredient
We believe genuinely gentle skincare is underestimated; that it does more than avoid irritation - it helps your skin to function.
It's the ultimate 'magic' skincare ingredient.
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It feels so luxurious on my skin and has helped me revel in the simple joy of gently washing my face.
Changed my skin for the better - my skin is far less reactive, much softer, less reddened and I have experienced far fewer breakouts.
It feels soothing and as though my skin has a chance to repair itself.
Feel good ingredients
Made from 100% plant and biotechnology derived ingredients
Made in the British countryside
Our manufacturing partner holds third party certification of the ISO 22716 and ISO 9001 standards
Next level gentle
Gentle, low allergy and barrier friendly, for maximum compatibility.
How gentle is gentle?
Have you ever realised a product wasn't gentle enough after putting it on your skin?
That's why we're using a new testing technology to make it easy to choose the mildest.
Starting with our cleanser, a simple graphic will show a mildness score. No more decoding vague claims or digging through ingredient lists.
5% of net sales to conservation
We're proud to support the World land Trust on their mission to protect the world's most biologically important habitats, acre by acre.Visit the WLT
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