why Beauty Kitchen made thegoodedit
No micro plastics
In any product and partner with The Plastic Soup Foundation to ban micro plastics in all cosmetics.
Groundbreaking RETURN• REFILL • REPEAT scheme sees bottles returned, washed and reused.
The first high street beauty brand to become a B Corp in 2017. Using business as a force for good and donating 2% of sales to charity.
Ground breaking sustainable beauty
Beauty Kitchen are on a mission to create the most effective, natural and sustainable beauty products in the world.
Their award winning range truly embraces circular economy concept, with their return, refill, repeat offer revolutionising the beauty industry. Essentially this means that they wash and reuse their packaging, keeping it in distribution, and out of recycling for much longer.
The Return, Refill, Repeat initiative aims to save up to 10 million empties from landfill within 18 months and all products you buy through The Good Edit can be dropped off at any Holland & Barrett store when they’re empty.The next stage of their sustainable evolution sees a range of refill stations popping up in Boots stores around the country.
The first high street beauty company to become a B Corp, in 2017, displays Beauty Kitchen’s commitment to truly using their business as a force for good. Beauty Kitchen are a cruelty free brand, with Leaping Bunny approval and donate 2% of all sales to charities – including The Plastic Soup Foundation who campaign for clean oceans and to ban microplastics in all cosmetics.
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