Beauty Blogger @aniaaniapawlak Reviewing Greenfrog

Another lovely review… this time from beauty blogger @aniaaniapawlak! She sampled our Geranium & Peppermint handwash and found it to be very nourishing & moisturising, especially for her dry skin. “The hand wash is a great bathroom essential” “Very nourishing and hydrating, leaving my skin soft and clean” “I used this hand wash few times a day, and found to be different to the other products available on the market, which do tend to dry out my skin” To read …

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Ethical Blog – 10th January 2016

At Greenfrog, we care for the beautiful wildlife of our planet. As a company we believe it is important for our soaps to be Vegan. We are also in the process of gaining the Leaping Bunny Logo and the Ethical Buyer certification. This means that none of our soaps have any sort of animal produce contained in them, and of course, we don’t test our soaps on animals. This ethos is important to all of us working at Greenfrog- we …

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Green Frog Botanical Soap New Years Blog 2016

Green Frog Botanics cannot believe 2016 is here this is going to be an exciting year for us, we are especially looking forward to adapting our brand to meet more of your needs! How? Green Frogs New Year resolution is to continue to grow our 4 E’s ethos … As you well know Green Frog are enthusiastic about cruelty free and vegan friendly  products, this is why we are in the final phases of attaining the Leaping Bunny logo and …

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Blogging about our values

With the festive period upon us, we thought it would be a great opportunity to celebrate all things loving and ethical! This is a time of year when all the family and friends come together to enjoy great food, company, and conversation. Appreciating how lucky we are to have such love in our lives. Here at Greenfrog we actively share this and never forget how important such values are in our lives, and in our business. Starting in a bustling …

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Why we are Palm Oil free

Palm Oil is a vegetable oil derived from the pulp of palm fruit from a plant native to west and Southwest Africa, it also exists unsustainably in Central Africa, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Sumatra. Approximately 50 million tons of palm oil is produced annually, supplying over 30% of the world’s vegetable oil production. It is found in about 40-50% household products in the world. Palm oil is bad for the environment because tropical rainforests with high conservation values, where many …

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