Don't buy Flowers this Valentines Day...

Flowers have long been the easiest Valentine Day gift solution, providing endless romantic inspiration. Although, seemingly harmless, flower gifting has a huge environmental impact on our Planet, especially around Valentine's Day.

This Valentines Day, there's is no need to compromise romance for sustainability, we've prepared a list of 8 ethical Valentine Day gifts for your loved one.




PAAVANI Tridoshic Balancing Body Oil botanical blend nurtures, moisturizes & maintains the integrity of your skin. PAAVANI selects all their ingredients from premium sources, holding high standards for sustainable & ethical practices, they have an immense respect for the plants & minerals. PAAVANI choose non-leaching glass packaging to contain their ingredients.


AYPA Organic Bath Therapy relaxing bath salts are free of toxins, supplying the body with all the healthy minerals that heal and detoxify. Ideal to treat muscle pain, inflammation, dermatitis, and to absorb electromagnetic energy from electronic devices of today. Aypa supports sustainability, ethical practise & fair trade. Aypa skincare uses unique superfood ingredients ecologically harvested in Peru and made in Spain.

HANNES DOTTIR Regenerating and Exfoliating Face Mask revolutionary non-toxic formula exfoliates, detoxifies, tightens, lifts and infuses skin with micronutrients vital to cellular regeneration. With each application the complexion becomes more balanced, youthfuland glowing! Hannes Dottir uses 100% natural, cruelty free, supremely effective skincare powered by the Volcanic Fjords of Iceland.


ISSARA clutch is impeccably handcrafted from soft milled leather and luxurious cotton twill lining to last a lifetime. Features 5 card slots, a separate pouch for your kindle and a wristlet. is a sustainable lifestyle brand. Issara designs quality leather goods whilst operating a socially conscious business. Issara works closely with artisans in India and Indonesia to produce beautiful, long-lasting leather accessories that directly benefit the communities making them.




THE GROOMED MAN CO Beard Oil contains a mix of high quality pure botanical oils such as organic Argan and Jojoba, work ingtogether to nourish the skin and beard, promoting an improvement in overall beard health. Citric oils work hard with patchouli to turn that dry looking beard around. The Groomed Man Co. is a mens grooming brand using organic where possible, no chemicals or toxins, they use only premium ingredients.


66°30 Hair & Body Shower Gel has been created from the latest green technologies. This natural plant-based product is allergen-free and PH balanced for the scalp and skin. It brings balance, shine and softness while gently regulating the daily production of natural sebum. 66°30 is a comprehensive French men's skincare brand, exclusively 100% natural and organic. 66°30 is also a member of Cosmébio® organisation and certified by Ecocert; promoting organic farming, local production and biodiversity whilst also supporting fair trade. 66°30 use minimalist packaging, they print using vegetable-based inks on 100% recycled paper from sustainable harvested forests.


HUNTER LAB Hydrating Hand & Body Lotion is a multi-purpose moisturiser that intensely hydrates and nourishes the skin, giving all day hydration, smooth, supple and rejuvenated skin. Hunter Lab uses a new approach to super natural skincare for the modern man. Hunter Lab craft the very best of nature specific to theneeds of men’s thicker skin to deliver products of the highest efficacy. Free of harmful toxins, all natural.
C3 Head Wash is designed for gentle daily cleansing of your entire dome - head, face, neck and beard (if you have one), so your skin will feel healthy, hydrated, and replenished.  C3 is committed to producing a product line free of harsh and toxic chemicals, endocrine disruptors, and things that would harm the environment. Every ingredient is beneficial and has purpose for being there - not for marketing and not to counteract the adverse effects of other ingredients.

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