Beauty Kitchen Launch Subscribe & Save Service

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Scottish brand Beauty Kitchen is making sustainable beauty even more attainable with its brand new subscription service – Subscribe & Save.

Beauty Kitchen aims to save 100 plastic bottles a year per household from ending up in landfill with this new initiative. It’s available exclusively from the Beauty Kitchen website, and as well as buying into sustainable beauty, you will also save up to 58% off your favourite natural, organic, vegan and cruelty-free hair and body care from the brand’s Sustainable range.
You just choose to receive your products fresh out the box every four to eight weeks, and they’ll be delivered directly to your doorstep for free, using 48 tracked delivery.
These products are all part of the RETURN/REFILL/REPEAT programme where customers can return empty packaging to Beauty Kitchen via Freepost.
This programme enables the brand to have complete circularity as they will wash the packaging ready for reuse. How brilliant is that?


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INTRODUCING…The #SustainableSubscription! ♻️ we’ve made the sustainable even more attainable with our #SubscribeAndSave hair & body bundles completely on your terms: select your favourite bundle & scent, choose how frequently you want to receive the products (every 4 – 8 weeks) and we’ll deliver them directly to your doorstep for free! You can opt in & out of your subscription & even skip a delivery if you’re not quite ready for more! Of course these bundles are included in our RETURN • REFILL • REPEAT programme too . To celebrate, we’re GIVING AWAY one of our largest bundles simply let us know why this would be perfect for you, tag a friend & comment with an emoji which bundle you’d like to receive: . = Citrus Burst = Botanic Bliss ❄️ = Minty Fresh = Fragrance Free . *price includes free gift with first subscription + free delivery. For more info click the #linkinbio

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Your entire natural bath and body routine is covered with the Sustainable Subscription which includes hand wash, body wash, body cream sold soap bars and hair care. All the products are Vegan Society registered and are made only with organic, natural, sustainable and cruelty-free ingredients including coconut oil, aloe vera and shea butter.
There are three mood-boosting scents – Botanic Bliss, Minty Fresh, Citrus Burst or Fragrance-Free, over a total of three different subscriptions.
Organic Vegan Aloe Shampoo & Conditioner Collection includes Fragrance-Free Shampoo & Conditioner. Subscribe to this deal for £14, and save £10.85.
Organic Vegan Body Care Collection includes Body Wash, Hand Wash, Body Cream and Bar Soap for £19.50 per subscription, saving £23.45.
Organic Vegan Hair & Body Care Collection includes Body Wash, Hand Wash, Body Cream, Bar Soap, and the Fragrance-Free Shampoo and Conditioner. This one is £19.50, saving you £40.45.
The subscription is 100 per cent on your terms – all you need to do is select your favourite bundle, choose your scent, and select how frequently you want the products – either four, six or eight weeks – and that’s it!
There is no minimum time to commit to, you can opt-in and out of your subscription whenever you lie, and can also choose to skip a delivery when you want. You also get kept up to date on all beauty news from Beauty Kitchen.
From the microplastic free ingredients to our reusable packaging, we want to make truly sustainable and natural beauty available to more and more people. The Sustainabe Subscriptoon is just another way to make this happen and in a convenient way! The more accessible sustainable beauty is, the easier it is for people to make sustainabe chices – Jo Chidley, Beauty Kitchen Founder
I absolutely love this initiative. The sustainability ethos is one to admire, and these products are just lovely. Beauty Kitchen is a great Scottish brand, and keep an eye on the blog for more news from them coming soon.
Oh, and don’t forget that two per cent of all Beauty Kitchen sales go to charities including the Plastic Soup Foundation, and The Seahorse Trust