Green People has become one of the UK’s best loved organic beauty brands, since its inception 20 years ago.

Green People

Green People skincare products / www.greenpeople.co.uk

Offering a range of products, from sun care to shower gels and hair care, the brand has established itself as a genuine ethical leader in the health & beauty sector.

Now available worldwide, the company was started by Charlotte Vøhtz – a mother in search of genuinely natural skin care products for her daughter, who suffered from multiple skin allergies and eczema. Charlotte found that many so-called natural skin care brands used almost entirely synthetic ingredients, so went on to create her own organic creams and salves and launched Green People in 1997, with a promise to never use harsh chemicals and never test on animals. Today, Green People has 140 products of which almost 90% are certified organic.

Green People shower gel / www.greenpeople.co.uk

Green People shower gel, deodorant and shampoo / www.greenpeople.co.uk

Over the years, the brand has been presented with over 140 awards from magazines and organisations and this year alone has won 7 awards, including Best Beauty Winner for their Beauty Boost Skin Restore from the Health Food Buisness Product Awards and Best New Male Grooming Product Winner for their Itch Away Shampoo from the Natural & Organic Awards Europe 2018.

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Oy! skincare / www.greenpeople.co.uk

 

To add to the above accomplishments, we are extremely pleased to announce that now for 16 consecutive years, Green People has successfully reattained Ethical Accreditation. The news follows the completion of our annual independent company audit, in which Green People maintained a perfect 100 ethical company index score as reflected in our recently updated ethical rankings for sun protection brands.

ethical beautyHighly recommended by The Good Shopping Guide, you can find the latest deals and purchase their products over at greenpeople.co.uk. You can also support Green People by following them on Twitter (@GreenPeopleUK).

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