London Organic

Our vision is to provide 100% natural skincare that celebrates people, animals, and the earth

From Ethical Fashion to Ethical Beauty.

Since 2011, we’ve been working hard to make fashion more ethical, inclusive and diverse. We’ve put on events, collaborated with designers, and celebrated the rich diversity of London at our runway shows with a keen eye on inclusivity of gender, race and background.

Our values haven’t changed – we believe high quality skincare should be suitable for every skin type while being ethical, organic, and kind to the planet.

Beauty with Conscience

All our products are vegan and cruelty free. This means the products do not contain any animal ingredients such as beeswax, lanolin, milk, or gelatine.

None of our products are made with methods that test, or use animals in the production of our skincare ranges – instead we use animal-friendly hypoallergenic formulations, rich in natural oils.

All our products are vegan and cruelty free. This means the products do not contain any animal ingredients such as beeswax, lanolin, milk, or gelatine.

None of our products are made with methods that test, or use animals in the production of our skincare ranges – instead we use animal-friendly hypoallergenic formulations, rich in natural oils.

Working together: Sustainability

Made in GB

Everything you see in our shop was packaged and made in the UK – this helps to reduce carbon emissions through limiting the need for unnecessary travel of ingredients. Manufacturing beauty products can be an energy intensive process – that’s why we everything we make is UK based.

Recyclable packaging

Most of our packaging is recyclable – we’re working towards using more glass and tin, coming up with innovative ways to reduce any non-recyclables for our products.

Carbon Neutrality

We’ve teamed up with Ecologi – a fantastic organization that helps to offset carbon emissions through planting trees and providing innovative carbon capturing techniques. Every purchase you make plants a tree – as this tree grows it captures carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, helping to reduce carbon emissions. Carbon offsetting is not the whole picture to becoming completely green, so we’re looking at our supply chain to see how we can continue to make ecologically friendly choices.