Shop at the Second Life circular fashion pop-up store from Thrift+ and all proceeds will go to refugee charity Choose Love’s emergency Afghanistan appeal.
Better still, order a free Thrift+ bag, fill it with unwanted clothes and send it back to them so you can directly support the appeal by supplying clothes for the store — and feel good and clutter-free while you’re at it.
Sustainable facialist and skincare brand Farm Girl by Sarah-Jane makes vegan and cruelty-free beauty products from her Essex farm — her latest natural serum combines wrinkle-erasing retinol and skin-smoothing niacinamide that’s great for treating acne.
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