Clean Beauty Co. Launch in UK & Create DIY Beauty Workshops

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All natural beauty brand Clean Beauty Co. launch this month in the UK, bringing their non-toxic small batch products, skin-food recipes and interactive DIY workshops.

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A total beauty obsessive, I’m intrigued by this new brand who target skincare concerns with their expert knowledge. Refreshing to come across a green beauty brand who also help us learn the tricks of the trade, making goodies by scratch means less ingredients and fewer fillers.

Founded by clean beauty fans Dominika and Elsie, this London-based duo became tired of shelling out money on buys which didn’t do what they said on the tin. Formulating their own products, these green goodies are all set to be full of potent natural beauty promise. Both trained in natural skincare, essential oils and EU cosmetic legislation, Dominika and Elsie have both the info and the insight to launch their new company.

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If you’re in London and want to find out more, you can go along to a DIY workshop on Saturday 7th May at cold-pressed juice bar Maple & Fitz. Tickets are ¬£50, which covers a 3 session of hands-on interaction in which guests learn how to make products including the Fuss Free coconut oil-based moisturiser, rose-water Rosy Glow Toner and the coffee-based body exfoliator, Scrub Life.

Plus, you’ll receive tasty refreshments and a lovely goodie bag to take home. Brands such as Vita Coco are supporting the event, further promoting the health and wellness aspect of Clean Beauty Co. and you will also get your mitts on some recipe cards.

Or if you can’t make that date, keep an eye out for other DIY workshops popping up from Clean Beauty Co., hosted at Whole Foods and Maple & Fitz.

Always one for the natural goodness of green skincare and feeding skin with the best possible ingredients, I’ll definitely be investigating, next time I’m in London.

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