Fashion Revolution: who made my clothes?

“Every commodity ‘contain[s] stories encompassing geography and time, supply and demand, raw materials and market forces, and people. People with names and toes and sores and wages and fancies and parents and memories.’” (Cohen, 1997, 14) Be curious Last summer I completed a 3 week course run by the University of Exeter and Future Learn... Continue Reading →

Herb Farmacy Open Day

This week I had the pleasure of visiting the 5-acre Herb Farmacy farm, neatly tucked away along curly country lanes in the Herefordshire hills. After spending a few days in the area: nearly getting blown off the summit of Hay’s Bluff (while Roo tried to sneak off to investigate the sheep), and eating Shepherd’s ice... Continue Reading →

May’s Cruelty-Free Beauty Box

The Cruelty Free Beauty Box launched this month and I arrived home from work last weekend to find a shimmery golden pink bunny waiting for me…. Values With all the beauty boxes currently available in the UK, what initially drew me to this box was the ‘no companies owned by parent companies who test on... Continue Reading →

Is Little Ondine cruelty-free?

I’d heard amazing things about Little Ondine: cruelty-free natural fast drying no chemical smell no nasty ingredients easy peel off There are lots of reviews on their website from beauty experts and bloggers 💅 After reading these reviews, I was very excited to try it: it took me back to the days of my first... Continue Reading →

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