Scottish spa group launches clean beauty marketplace
Knowing where our beauty products come from, and exactly what’s in them, is becoming increasingly important. Not only are we all aware of the environmental impact our beauty consumption can have, we also want to make sure what we’re putting on our skin is as clean and natural as possible, right?
Award-winning spa group, PURE Spa & Beauty, have launched a brand new clean beauty marketplace to take the guesswork out of buying skincare that’s good for you. The PURE Beauty Zone is a carefully curated range of top-quality skincare, haircare and bodycare brands, with every product adhering to clean beauty standards.
Forget deciphering long lists of ingredients and trying to work out what’s in your moisturiser - every product in the PURE Beauty Zone is free from parabens, heavy metals and toxins, and none are tested on animals.
Exciting new clean beauty brands will be added regularly to the range, with an initial five featuring at launch: Myroo, Tabitha James Kraan, Eden’s Theory, eyeSlices and Oilixia, alongside PURE Spa & Beauty’s own range of premium, clean face and body products.
You’ll find everything from hair oil to lip balm, with plenty of daily skincare essential as well as luxurious pamper products, and even natural soy wax candles.
As well as being available online, products from the clean beauty marketplace can also be purchased in-store at PURE Spa & Beauty’s eight day spas in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and London.
PURE Spa & Beauty was founded by Becky Woodhouse in 2002 with a single spa on Edinburgh’s Lothian Road, and a mission to offer high quality, accessible and affordable spa treatments for all. Since then, the brand has expanded across Scotland - and down to London - with a focus on clean beauty.
In an industry first, PURE has trained its entire team of therapists in the science of clean beauty so they can provide every client with sensible, professional and individually-tailored advice on toxin-free ingredients – without the hype or spin.