If you love sustainable beauty products, you’ll love The Wordrobe’s latest giveaway. We’ve teamed up with Nereus London, a new luxury sustainable British beauty brand, to offer one lucky reader the chance to win £110 worth of fabulous pampering products
Putting their customers at the heart of everything they do, Nereus London™ was born out of a need for genuinely sustainable luxury beauty products.
The Nereus London range came to fruition when founders realised just how harmful other “black plastic bottles” products were to the environment. Many people assume that black plastic bottles, containers and plastic jars are recyclable, but this is fact rarely the case.
Thus, Nereus London’s luxury beauty care range has been carefully designed to deliver a superior natural product experience while being environmental conscious, using only fully recyclable, non-plastic and biodegradable materials.
Formulations are paraben-free, sulphate-free, gluten-free and vegan at the same time, meaning they’re a true treat for your skin with no hidden chemicals.
Not only are bottles made from 100% Recyclable BPA Free Aluminium, they’ve also partnered with Plastic Bank to further their sustainable mission. For every bottle of Nereus products purchased, Plastic Bank will prevent 1 kg of ocean-bound plastic from further polluting the planet.
Ideal for something that nourishes both your body and the planet, we’ve teamed up with Nereus London to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a bundle of goodies.
Here’s what’s included:
• Australian Buddha Wood & Bergamot Shampoo £25
• Australian Buddha Wood & Bergamot Conditioner £25
• Madagascan Pink Pepper Body Wash £25
• Madagascan Ylang Ylang Body Wash £25
• Eucalyptus & Fresh Ginger Hand Gel £10
Ready to win? For your chance to win this fabulous prize, simply enter your details into the below form. Good luck!
Please note, this competition will close on 14 October 2020 at midnight. No cash prize alternative available. UK entrants only. Entrants must be aged 18+ older. By entering this competition, entrants give consent for email addresses to be passed on for marketing purposes.