Eco friendly bamboo and refillable makeup


Quite possibly one of the most exciting beauty brand we stock. Say goodbye to make up that isn't kind to the planet and hello to cosmetics you can refill and recycle with ease. With everything your makeup bag could possibly need here is our run down of some of our favourite Zao Makeup.

Refillable Mascara 

An absolute game changer for the makeup bag. With mascara being an everyday essential for some, it's the one that get's the most use and with Zao make up you can just keep refilling and reusing. 

No more plastic bottles being thrown away. No synthetic preservatives filled mascaras. Plus Zao are cruelty-free, which we believe in this day and age should be standard. 

Zao Mascara

Why we love refillable makeup

Zao's range of bamboo and refillable makeup reduces A LOT of plastic waste in an area of our lives that has been impossible up until now! Their range is not 100% plastic-free on some items (due to health & safety in the beauty industry) but they have 80% of their range now completely plastic free and are striving to find alternatives to plastic and fighting to change how the beauty industry work.

We believe it's really important to support brands like Zao Makeup, who despite the restrictions they are up against, they are doing everything they can possibly do right now to reduce waste, fight against animal testing and harmful chemicals. Whilst achieving all of these things they are still fighting for change in the industry and I want to be a part of that!


Synthetic free makeup


Zao pride themselves on creating makeup free from synthetic ingredients. Take their Mineral Silk Loose Powder.

This is an amazingly versitile product that we are big fans of, but the thing we adore about this product of all of the Zao makeup is the ingredients. 

Formulated without synthetic preservatives and with high-quality raw materials, this refillable powder is perfect for all skin types including sensitive skin and acne-prone skin. This powder is also free from talc and and nano particles.

July 11, 2023 — Corinne Jones
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