At Real Food Gifts the careful selection of the brands we support shows the people we’re gifting that we’ve really taken some time to think about our gifts.
This is never more true than when selecting items from industries that are rife with harsh chemicals, environmental harm, and deforestation.
Bathroom items are a minefield of ethical and environmental choices, and Real Food Gifts only support brands that are doing good, not only by the way their produce and market their own products – but in how they take positive actions to improve their industry.
Brands you’ll find in this hamper:
Valor make ethical grooming products by hand in Byron Bay. Born from a passion for organic, natural soaps, and a desire to make a real difference to the way men treat their skin, Valor products feel great on the face, smell delicious, and most importantly, aren’t chock full of chemicals and toxins.
Valor use high-quality ingredients, but crucially, all products are free from Palm Oil, synthetic fragrances, parabens, sulphates, and artificial preservatives. All Valor products are safe for our waterways and septic systems. Importantly, Valor is kind to skin – it’s moisturising and hydrating, helps to ease “beard itch”, tames and nourishes beards and skin, and it even helps to prevent in-growing hairs.
Clover Fields is Australia’s oldest family-owned soap manufacturer. From humble beginnings in their Blue Mountains boutique in the early 80’s, they’ve grown into a thriving factory and design centre, passionate about providing eco-sustainable products that have minimal environmental harm, and producing modern products with recyclable and compostable packaging. Clover Fields broke ground as the first company in Australia to replace animal tallow-based soaps with pure vegetable base, and their business now aims to be at the forefront of innovation in environmentally conscious products and manufacturing. They pride themselves on their dedication to designing and producing quality, Australian-made soaps and body care, that everyone can afford.