Strawberry Shower Gel
CLEANSE & REFRESHVEGANALL SKIN TYPES
Now Vegan Society certified and made with 92% ingredients of natural origin, including strawberry juice and Community Fair Trade organic aloe vera from Mexico, our hardworking Shower Gel helps leave skin feeling soft. With notes of strawberry, vanilla and pineapple, this fragrance will whisk you away to an English garden on a warm sunny day and leave you smelling just like a sharp, fresh, yet sweet wild strawberry.
Suitable for all skin types, it lathers up a treat, transforming from a light gel texture into a rich bubbly foam.
The bottle is recyclable and made from 100% recycled plastic, including our Community Fair Trade recycled plastic collected off the streets of Bengaluru, India. You can recycle the cap too! This means you can love your planet every time you lather up and love your body.
Plus, our 750ml bottles include our first ever recyclable pump. How cool is that? Simply twist the ridged section until it clicks to lock and unlock.
- Shower gel
- Perfect for all skin types
- Leave skin feeling soft, cleansed and refreshed
- Sweet and refreshing
- 92% ingredients of natural origin
- Now certified by The Vegan Society
- Dermatologically tested
Community Fair Trade organic aloe vera
Naturally soothing on easily upset skin
Aloe vera is known for being ultra-gentle and soothing on skin. It’s helped us formulate our Aloe range to handle sensitive skin with kid gloves.
It’s a naturally hardy plant. Our aloe vera leaves are harvested and filleted by hand within 6 hours, which preserves the freshness and makes sure the aloe is the highest possible quality.
We source our organic aloe vera from Campeche in south-east Mexico. We work with expert farmers who really know their stuff, and can harvest the aloe while causing minimal harm to the environment. This is particularly important since the land is close to three precious rainforest biosphere reserves in the Yucatan peninsula.
Since 2015, our trade has helped support the indigenous female farmers living on the edge of these rainforests, who could otherwise face discrimination and limited work opportunities.