Ethical Beauty: Living Naturally by The Good Shopping Guide | Jan 25, 2019 | Ethical Accreditation | 0 comments Living Naturally has been re-awarded Ethical Accreditation from The Ethical Company Organisation and receives a top-ranking Ethical Company Index of 100 in the latest research update on The Good Shopping Guide. Living Naturally was founded in 2009, when the company started selling soapnuts (a completely natural dried fruit shell, which contains natural soap), which they then developed into a wide range of award-winning vegan soapnut product lines, including household cleaning products and beauty products – which are all free from SLSs, Parabens, Mineral Oil, Palm Oil, Artificial additives or fragrances. Living Naturally is recommended by The Good Shopping Guide as an ethical alternative to low-scoring household names – details of which can be found in the Skincare, Soap, Shampoo & Conditioner and Laundry Detergents sections. People, Animals and the Environment are central to everything the companies does: They believe strongly in supporting the communities from where they buy their ingredients – either locally in the UK or from fairtrade suppliers and co-operatives abroad.They never test their products on animals or use any animal-derived ingredients – all their products are certified by The Vegan Society.Their packaging is made up entirely of recycled/recyclable plastic, glass,biodegradable cotton and paper, and they offer product refills – helping their customers move to a plastic-free or zero-waste life and reducing landfill as they go. Living Naturally’s wonderful range of products and further information about the company’s ethical philosophy, can be found on their website.