Our Clothing & Beauty shop represents the best of grown-up living. You’ll find our edit of beautiful womenswear and accessories, beauty and skincare and homeware and textiles. Read on to discover a few of our favourite beauty and skincare brands.
The Soap Co. is a social enterprise creating luxury soaps with a strong social and environmental ethos. Their products are beautifully made using quality ingredients in their traditional Lake District workshop. Launched in 2015, they aim to create employment for people who are blind or otherwise disabled or disadvantaged. They already employ over 100 people, 80% of whom are disabled and they aim to create 60 new job opportunities each and every year.
Fruits of Nature is a range made by a family business based in Yorkshire and established over a hundred years ago. Originally launched as a chemist, they produced some fascinating products such as Cherry’s Slumber Tea, herbal laxatives, cough mixtures and more! As the interest in herbal and natural remedies declined due to developments and an increase in access to scientific medicines, the company diversified into the bath, body and beauty products using natural ingredients. The result is Fruits of Nature which uses both the wisdom of traditional herbalists and the knowledge of modern aromatherapy to create products which have genuine skin care benefits.
Giorgos Korres founded Korres in 1996 after studying at the University of Athens whilst gaining practical experience working at Greece’s oldest homeopathic pharmacy. Having developed a deep understanding and knowledge of natural ingredients and their application in over 3,000 herbal remedies, he created Korres with a view to producing safe, clinically effective, and affordable natural skincare products of interesting design. They believe the advantages of natural ingredients lie not only in their efficacy but also in the irreplaceable synergy between their components. Each herb constitutes of a number of components and there is a unique synergy in the way those components interact, which cannot be reproduced in the laboratory.