Here you can find links to all my favourite ethical and sustainable brands.

Peace with the Wild – a truly wonderful British brand selling eco-friendly products, such as shampoo and conditioner, toothbrushes and all things homeware. My personal favourites are the Chamomile shampoo bar for blonde hair and the solid conditioner for heat-damaged hair. The products are Vegan and handmade in Cumbria, UK.

Wish they coloured my roots at the same time!

Self Care Co. – I love their IG content! Such positive messages about mental health and getting out into nature and reconnecting with our environment. I treated myself to one of their Be Kind t-shirts and now it is a firm favourite. A vegan, ethical and sustainable company. I’ve yet to try the candles, but it’s what they’re famous for!

Deliciously Ella – making a plant-based diet not just yummy, but cool, too. Their food range, Ella’s cookbooks, podcast and App are just superb. I love to make Ella’s recipes. My particular favourites are the chickpea, quinoa and turmeric curry, almond butter quinoa and the fizzy truffles. Their new app is just 25p per week and includes meditations, recipes and yoga videos! Not only that, every Tuesday, you can catch their fantastic podcast with amazing guests talking all things health and plant-based happiness. What’s not to love? #plantbased

By Sarah London – a gorgeous, natural, organic, plant-based beauty brand. I love the sisters’ story and the reasons for creating their heavenly natural products. I’m a huge fan of the organic facial oil. Click the link to discover their amazing story and must-have products.

Got your own favourite ethical and sustainable brands? I’d love to hear your recommendations!

TreeSisters – oh my goodness what an amazing charity. Not only are they funding tree planting to restore ecosystems, but they are doing this with women at the forefront of their campaigns by fostering independence for women and community livelihoods. Even the smallest donations can make a huge difference. Just £10.00 will fund the planting of 33 trees! Yes, 33!