For the record... With great improvements in European Law with regard to animal welfare in the cosmetics industry, the RSPCA Good Business Awards stopped including Cosmetics businesses in the Awards after 2009. For the record though, 2009 winners and finalists are still highlighted in Good Things - we think they still deserve recognition. Please bear in mind that the products refer to summer 2010.
Faith in affordable luxury
RSPCA Good Business Award finalists Faith in Nature has introduced its new skin care range for spring 2010.
Two years of intensive research and development has resulted in a tempting new range, comprising seven products for the face, body and hands – three available in 50ml airless and four in 150ml pumped containers.
The newly branded products are individually formulated – containing carefully selected, natural and organic ingredients. Faith in Nature maintain all of their new products deliver outstanding results at real value for money prices.
The all new Exfoliating Face & Body Polish includes blackcurrant exfoliant to gently remove dead cells and polish the skin, while the enriching Organic Calendula leaves the skin feeling soft and rejuvenated.
Faith in Nature’s Replenishing Moisturising Cream has been a firm favourite with customers for many years and the new formulation includes organic green tea extract – which can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and combat the signs of ageing.
The entire range is both hypoallergenic and paraben free, as well as being Vegan Society and BUAV approved. With prices between £5.50 and £5.99 Faith in Nature present affordable luxury for skin.
Find out more at www.faithinnature.co.uk
Faith in Nature say
“What makes our natural beauty products so special? Naturally sourced, no artificial ingredients or perfumes, not tested on animals, over 30 years experience and made in the UK.”
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Did you know?
Faith in Nature was founded by Rivka Rose over thirty years ago, with a clear mission to produce skin and hair care products from naturally derived sources, that had no synthetic additives and which damaged neither the user nor the environment. This is as true today as it was then.