Organised by Soil Association, Organic September is an annual campaign aimed at getting consumers in the UK to shop a little more consciously. From food to makeup, opting for more organic products can have a positive effect on your own health as well as helping save the environment from potentially dangerous chemicals and pesticides.
Here at Glasshouse we are always looking for environmentally friendly options and all our brands and products have a high percentage of natural and organic ingredients and a low percentage of synthetic chemicals. Featured below are our products with the highest percentage of organic ingredients, including a nourishing body cream, multi-tasking coconut oil, a cleansing melt and a locally blended moisturising balm.
A rich Neroli and Petitgrain scented body cream that offers intense moisturisation for the whole body. Natural betaine soothes, hydrates and protects whilst cocoa butter offers another source of moisture that leaves skin soft and nourished. Olive, sea buckthorn and linseed are all nutrient rich and gentle for the skin.
This luxurious cleansing balm removes all kinds of makeup and dirt, whilst organic baobab oil soothes and hydrate the skin simultaneously. High in calcium and Vitamin C, the baobab helps to improve elasticity for rejuvenated and plump skin.
Blended in East London, this concentrated balm offers intense nourishment for sensitive skin. Formulated with a base of gentle passionflower seed oil, high in vitamin C and essential fatty acids. Although designed specifically for sensitive skin, the Flower of the 5 Wounds balm balances and nourishes all skin types, boosting radiance and leaving skin feeling soft.
The ultimate organic beauty product that is as versatile as they come. Made with 100% organic coconut oil, it can remove even the most stubborn make-up, rejuvenating and gently moisturising the face after long days, and can also be used as a cleanser, a moisturiser or even a hair mask.
For more information on Organic September as whole, you can visit the Soil Association website here.