• Alma Of Sweden – vegan friendly coupon code! :)

    Hej på er!

    Alma Of Sweden har nyligen lagt till en ny kategori som heter “VEGANSKT” för att det ska bli lättare för veganer att hitta produkter direkt!
    Riktigt bra initiativ, sådant gillas skarpt! 😀

    Alma Of Sweden kommer även att ge er 10% rabatt på alla produkter under kategorin VEGANSKT (gäller ej de andra produkterna)! Gå in här för att se produkterna och ange rabattkoden VEGANSKT0613 när ni beställer! 🙂 Rabatten gäller till söndagen 23:e juni och kan ej kombineras med andra erbjudanden!

    Produkterna som för närvarande finns under kategorin är Jessicurl, John Masters Organics, Hurraw, Hair Fix, Eco Cosmetics, M Picaut och Spiezia (klicka på diverse märke för att se tidigare inlägg om dem). ALLA produkter passar med balsammetoden!

    Tack Alma Of Sweden! 😀

    Alma_veganskt

    Hi guys!

    For all of you living in Sweden; Alma Of Sweden has a new category “VEGANSKT” with all their vegan products. This makes it so much easier to just see the vegan products, awesome! 😀

    Alma Of Sweden will also have a sale – 10% off for all my readers (only on the category “VEGANSKT”) if you write in the coupon code VEGANSKT0613 when you order! The sale is available until this sunday, June 23 and can’t be used with other coupon codes.

    The products that are currently available there are Jessicurl, John Masters Organics, Hurraw, Hair Fix, Eco Cosmetics, M Picaut and Spiezia (click on brand name if you want to see previous posts about them)! ALL products are suitable for the no poo method!

    Thank you so much Alma Of Sweden! 😀

  • Spiezia Organics

    Spiezia är ett märke som har en del veganskt. De produkter som inte är veganska innehåller bivax och det är enkelt att läsa ingredienslistan för att undvika dessa; ingredienslistan är ofta kort! Spiezia är helt ekologiska och är även ceritiferade av The Soil Association! Förpackningarna är gjorda i färgglada, fina glasflaskor/burkar; glaset är återvunnet!

    Så här säger deras policy:

    We formulate and manufacture our Spiezia products at one of the first Organic Farms to be established in Cornwall – Gear Farm in the Lizard. We’ve sourced organic ingredients since our inception in the 1990’s. We were the original company in the UK to have Soil Association accreditation across 100% of our skin care range and were strongly involved in the development of Soil Association certification for beauty products. In addition to our commitment to ‘Organic’, we also operate on a strict ethical policy when it comes to purchasing, whether it be our ingredients, packaging, stationary and cleaning products.

    1) No supplier must have been involved in animal testing of any sort with any ingredients. We believe that animal testing is unnecessary and cruel.

    2) Ingredients supplied to us must increase the long term soil fertility and sustainable management of resources. Ingredients must maintain genetic diversity including the protection of plants and wildlife habitats.

    3) Suppliers must use, as far as possible, renewable resources to minimise all forms of pollution.

    4) Suppliers must help all those involved in organic production to have a life that meets their basic needs in a safe working environment, providing an adequate return and satisfaction from their work.

    5) Suppliers must progress towards an entire production, processing and distribution system that is both socially and ecologically responsible.

    6) We will not accept any GMO ingredients – not enough is known about the long-term implications and they are not accepted by the Soil Association.

    7) Suppliers must provide us with the freshest ingredients possible and, ideally, locally sourced.

    8) All ingredients must meet the Soil Association standards in terms of stringent certification criteria so that we have complete traceability for every product.

    9) All packaging/cartons that goods are supplied in must be recyclable.

    10) Distribution methods must minimise impact on the environment and ideally be carbon neutral.

    / http://www.spieziaorganics.com/ethical-policy

    Spiezia hittar ni på Alma Of Sweden! 🙂

     

    rowofbottles

    Spiezia is a brand that carries some vegan products. The non vegan products often contain beeswax; it’s easy to read their ingredient lists and avoid these products though and the lists are often very short!
    Spiezia are all organic and are also certified by The Soil Association. The colorful packages/bottles are also made from recycled glass, nice! 🙂

    This is their ethical policy:

    We formulate and manufacture our Spiezia products at one of the first Organic Farms to be established in Cornwall – Gear Farm in the Lizard. We’ve sourced organic ingredients since our inception in the 1990’s. We were the original company in the UK to have Soil Association accreditation across 100% of our skin care range and were strongly involved in the development of Soil Association certification for beauty products. In addition to our commitment to ‘Organic’, we also operate on a strict ethical policy when it comes to purchasing, whether it be our ingredients, packaging, stationary and cleaning products.

    1) No supplier must have been involved in animal testing of any sort with any ingredients. We believe that animal testing is unnecessary and cruel.

    2) Ingredients supplied to us must increase the long term soil fertility and sustainable management of resources. Ingredients must maintain genetic diversity including the protection of plants and wildlife habitats.

    3) Suppliers must use, as far as possible, renewable resources to minimise all forms of pollution.

    4) Suppliers must help all those involved in organic production to have a life that meets their basic needs in a safe working environment, providing an adequate return and satisfaction from their work.

    5) Suppliers must progress towards an entire production, processing and distribution system that is both socially and ecologically responsible.

    6) We will not accept any GMO ingredients – not enough is known about the long-term implications and they are not accepted by the Soil Association.

    7) Suppliers must provide us with the freshest ingredients possible and, ideally, locally sourced.

    8) All ingredients must meet the Soil Association standards in terms of stringent certification criteria so that we have complete traceability for every product.

    9) All packaging/cartons that goods are supplied in must be recyclable.

    10) Distribution methods must minimise impact on the environment and ideally be carbon neutral.

    / http://www.spieziaorganics.com/ethical-policy

    If you live in Sweden, you can get Spiezia’s products at Alma Of Sweden! 🙂