What if we could help save the planet by simply changing our shopping habits? I’m very excited to announce I will be popping up with Pukka Herbs and Weleda 100% Natural Skincare – as The Ethical Hedonist reporter, with a not to be missed, life-enhancing jewel box, organic lifestyle and wellbeing evening in the beating, melting pot cultural heart of Cambridge. Come along next Tuesday February 6th – At The Cafe Blue Sage on the Mill Road, and discover my absolute favourite, authentic foodie hangout.
Come and meet me and discover more about the magazine, by track record as a feature writer for The Times Magazine, You and The Lady, and our plans to crowd fund some exciting interviews, slow fashion and local and organic food feature projects, and discover my best- kept secret organic, sustainable and circular brands to know and support. Reserve your free ticket now – Ethical Hedonist Love Organic Pop Up
I will be talking about Weleda, Pukka Herbs food as medicine revolution – and 100% natural skincare to slow fashion, curiously, delicious superfoods and ethical insurance that gives back to the great British countryside. We’ve got wonderful Pukka Herbs goody bags too.
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Come along, order a plate of Guzul’s delicious, handmade Turkish mezze, and hear me talk about cool, green and sexy, circular economy living ideas. Would anyone like to own a pair of stellar, Star Wars, Po-zu shoes made out of pineapple leather? Yep. I don’t think caring about our Blue Planet has to be boring, miserable or a hair shirt. It can be fun, innovative, fashionable, and philanthropic. Discover the producers who are working hard to protect our planet, whilst creating cool consumer products that put quality and integrity first, not profit.
Our featured star producers will include Pukka Herbs, the organic tea and supplement revolutionaries; Weleda, a trailblazing, not for profit, pioneer of 100% natural skincare, organic juice elixirs and body treats to calm the mind and rejuvenate your body. Did you know that Skinfood, Weleda’s iconic green, SOS body cream, loved by Adele, Julia Roberts and a whole galaxy of super models, is 91 years old? It was formulated in 1926, the same year another green icon, Sir David Attenborough was born. Sustainable ideas are not knew. Until now, they simply weren’t mainstream. As a campaigning journalist, I want to change that. I want to make brilliant sustainable ideas the norm, not the exception.
Our other featured producers will include: Plus Tabitha JK Hair Organics, Aduna foods from Africa, Evergreen Ethical Insurance and Po-Zu Shoes, with more names to be announced on Facebook.
I will have skincare testers and tea samples at the event, and there will be an opportunity to order all the products you experience. Please RSVP as soon as you can if you would like to come along to the event as places are very limited – it’s a cute, colourful small space! Everyone who buys from our EH partners on the night, will be entered into a draw to win a pair of unisex Po-Zu for Stars Wars Silver Resistance Shoes worth £150.
Venue and Date- February 6th, 2018 Time 5.30 – 7.30pm. Café Blue Sage, on the Mill Road, from 5.45pm until 7.30pm on Tuesday February 6th.
The Eventbrite page will be up shortly. In the meantime, you can leave a message in the comment box. Don’t delay, as there are just 15 spaces!
Book Now – Ethical Hedonist Love Organic Pop Up
Please use the event link – https://www.weleda-advisor.co.uk/shop/AlisonJaneReid/virtualevent/W023989