I spent yesterday at the Natural and Organic Product Show, and had a great time, this is the third year in a row that I’ve been, and I thought I’d share my day in pictures with you:
Lovely cosmetics from Terre d’Oc
Nice to see that Lavera have expanded their cosmetics range too.
Yes To Carrots/Tomatoes/Cucumbers/Blueberries
I featured 100% Organics on my blog a couple of years ago, it’s really good to see them going from strength to strength.
BM Beauty – lovely cosmetics from an ex-Pussycat Doll. Very interesting to see that they’ve shunned airbrushed images in their advertising, too.
Melvita are bringing out a new range of rose-based products, they do roses exceptionally well.
Water-based nail varnishes, and a (scent-free) gel nail varnish remover from Suncoat.
Pretty, refillable palettes from Essential Care cosmetics.
Entirely natural nail varnish remover, based on a coconut solvent from Eden, can’t wait to try this one!
Suti is a brand I already know a little bit about, and they have some great products coming out this year.
Balm Balm (one of my favourites) have a range of pre-blended balms for therapists out this year, they smell delicious.
Absolutely adore the packaging of Blend Collective – about as far from the “hippy kitchen” image of most organic skincare ranges as you can get.
Also love the bottles from Napiers.
Lovely new gift sets and tinted lip balms from Pacifica.
Rollerballs from Pacifica too!
I first discovered Pai at the show two years ago, and it was great to see them back this year. They’re doing amazing things lately.
Another shot of Pai.
Tropic Skincare, the brand from former Apprentice contestant Susan Ma. It was recently announced that Alan Sugar has invested in the range. Wonder if he uses it?
Hmn, I wonder …
Pukka‘s new range of organic skincare has also really got the packaging right too – and they’re good products.
Beauty Without Cruelty have also upped their game lately – I remember them from about 20 years ago, when they had brown eyeshadow, blue eyeshadow, tangerine blush, and frosted pink lipstick, and that was IT.
Samina makeup is very pretty too.
Organic fragrances from Florascent.
I’ve got a sample or two from some of the ranges featured, and I’ll be bringing you reviews of them when I’m done. See anything you like?
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