From a small workshop in the heart of Devon, The Natural Spa Cosmetics create handmade hair and skincare products from 100% natural ingredients. The Natural Spa is a vegan company, proving that plant-based beauty doesn't have to compromise on a luxurious and effective personal care routine. Their product collection focuses on enhancing natural beauty and includes Natural Soaps, Face Wash Bars, Body Scrubs, Plastic Free Hair Care, Bath and Shower Products, Gifts and more. Full transparency is provided on all ingredients that go into each and every product.
Sustainability and environmental impact is at the core of The Natural Spa, who take meaningful action to minimise their impact on the planet. Here's what makes them a sustainable and ethical choice for your cosmetics:
- ❌Entire product range is plastic-free
- 🌱All products are 100% vegan
- 🐇They are a cruelty-free brand
- 🗑️Zero waste to landfill during production
- ♻️Packaging is recyclable or biodegradable
- 📍Source from local suppliers where possible
The Natural Spa take action to ensure the fair treatment of people and an ethical supply chain. All employees of the company are paid a fair living wage and offered flexible working hours to afford them a healthy work-life balance. They also aim to source certified fair trade ingredients wherever possible.
Read the The Natural Spa Cosmetics full Environmental and sustainability policy here.
A snapshot of The Natural Spa Cosmetics's sustainability journey so far.
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