Ethical Christmas gifts

The ethical Christmas gifts edit

It’s nearly Christmas folks! So if you’re hunting around for some truly awesome gifts, we’ve put together our own D&DC ethical Christmas gifts edit from some top ethical brands that will suit him or her.

Ethical Christmas gifts edit

  1. Cinnamon & Orange scented candle by Daisy Blue£8.50. All fragrances from Daisy Blue are paraben free, the wax is a soy mix and the wicks are cotton core. All candles are made to order to reduce wastage and to ensure that each candle or reed is as fresh and perfect as possible for their customers. Available from www.weareeponymous.com
  2. Stand4Socks, priced from £6.99 create socks that have a positive impact for each pair sold. Each pair supports a different cause, represented by the emblem on the ankle. Picking socks out in the morning could be helping to plant trees, provide vaccinations, ensure clean water supplies, and much more.
  3. Kennet Kensington Watch, £150, Kennet are “British at Heart” and all timepieces are designed in the country, also available from www.weareeponymous.com.
  4. Millionaire Hair Mist by JKB Argent, £35,  was founded by natural remedy pioneer Jas Braich. Jas has made a business out of sourcing and blending ingredients found in nature to become powerful beauty tools. The hair mist includes lovely ingredients such as organic aloe vera leaf juice, blackcurrant extract and argan oil and is paraben and sulphate free. It’s light formula leaves hair looking glossy and frizz-free and smells good enough to eat!
  5. Handprinted linen toiletry bag, £24, and handprinted linen make-up bag, £20 by Helen Round. Helen’s range is handmade in Cornwall and her inspiration comes from nature and the sea. She predominantly works with linen, a highly sustainable and strong natural fibre. She also donates fabric offcuts for charitable projects. Photocredit: Helen Round via Sheer Apparel.
  6. Chloe bra, £68, and Chloe knickers, £34, by Iris London. Iris London uses only luxurious end of line fabrics, including silks, chantilly lace and structured mesh, to craft their garments reducing waste and helping you feel fabulous. Photocredit: Iris London via Sheer Apparel.
  7. Liv stocks a wide range of natural skincare, and some of our favourites include the Martina Gebhardt range, such as the 7 Herbs Mask, £27, Lip Balm, £8 rich with Sweet Almond oil, Damask Rose, Honey and Cacao Butter, and the Hand & Nail Lotion, £8. Using plant-based ingredients and harnessing the power of nature, the products are light on the skin and smell lovely.
  8. What’s not to love about this pretty underwear set? The Betty Bralet, £54 and Betty thong, £32 are also by Iris London. Photocredit: Iris London via Sheer Apparel.
  9. Wilful North create luxury scarves and accessories from textile designer Holly Picthall.
    Inspired by quirky British traditions, Holly creates bright, layered designs, which are then digitally printed on to silk satin in the UK before being finished with hand rolled edges. We absolutely love this best-selling “Signature Bells” Silk Skinny Scarf, £26. Wilful North products are also available through www.weareeponymous.com

We hope that’s enough inspiration for finding some ethical Christmas gifts but if you’ve got any other brands you love let us know on our website, though our Facebook Page  or find us on Twitter!

Happy shopping!

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