We all know that naturals are the way to be heading and also that there is a wild variety in interpretation of the word. One of the things I like about Yope is that they balance product quality and the need to be natural, so they’ll always say what percentage of the product is of natural origin. It’s also a low-process brand so there are environmental savings being made throughout the production process. It’s a Polish brand and their initiative with this range is to create wild flower meadows (or as near as possible) in cities to help the bee population.
That’s why there are gold bees dotted about on the packaging which I think are really sweet. The other thing to note about Yope is that they use a TGA formula *soap* – natural washing substances comprising coconut oil, sesame oil and corn glucose – instead of traditional detergent soaps. The Linden scent isn’t one that I think the UK bonds with particularly – for some countries it’s as rooted in their cultural DNA as rose is for us but personally, I just find it quite bland. The overall fragrance in these products is more fresh laundry than fresh flowers which isn’t a bad thing; in fact it’s lovely. I just can’t get excited about Linden.
The Shower Gel is £7.99, Hand & Body Lotion is £14.99 and the Hand Wash is £8.99 HERE.
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