Sustainability isn’t a trend, it’s here to stay. Now is the time to make change, shake-off the rule book, go back to basics and completely rebuild towards a better future.
Everyone can play a part towards living a more sustainable lifestyle, but we believe that it’s the responsibility of businesses, organisations and the leaders who influence them, to make sustainability an easy choice for everyone.
This is why we design with full circle sustainability in mind, through absolutely everything we do - and always have done since the very beginning of Beauty Kitchen. For us, transparency and understanding for all is the key to making sustainability the norm, and will be the driving force behind changing how society works for the better. Our dream is to be the most sustainable business in the world and in turn, encourage others to strive for the same.
Here’s how we’re making that happen:
Return • Refill • Repeat
Over 95% of beauty packaging is thrown out after one use, but we’re here to change that. Send your packaging back to us and we’ll wash and reuse it.
We use minimised packaging, rock paper labels and compostable solutions to make our packaging the most sustainable it can be.
We’re the first beauty brand in the UK to be a certified B-Corporation, which means leading with sustainability, equality and using business as a force for good.
Beauty that gives back
We donate 2% of sales to our incredible charity partners, including Plastic Soup Foundation, The Seahorse Trust and other sustainable causes.
Over 95% of our range is vegan and the other 5% is vegetarian (sometimes we use beeswax). On top of that, all of our vegan products are officially registered with the Vegan Society.
We only use 100% natural ingredients because a) they’re seriously effective b) they’re more sustainable and c) we like putting stuff in our products we can actually pronounce.
We believe there’s no reason to test on animals, ever. That’s why all of our products are Leaping Bunny certified.
Made in the UK
We’re proud to make our products here in the UK. Why? Well, it means our products spend less time in transit (and so, have a reduced carbon footprint) and we also contribute to a more sustainable ecosystem by creating jobs in local areas.