SAINTS OF THE WILD

Natural & Organic Beauty

OUR ETHOS

Saints of the Wild is a curated beauty store for the conscious consumer. We work tirelessly to bring you only the best of certified safe, sustainable and ethical products.  

Every brand we stock genuinely delivers on their promises. There is 100% transparency and 0% "greenwashing" across our store and we have made certain our selection covers a range of affordability. 

Our goal is to ensure your shopping experience is clear, simple and enjoyable. You don't need to worry about becoming an expert on the science of ingredients, as we have done all the research for you. 

We ensure your body won't come in contact with any unnecessary chemicals or harmful synthetics, whilst always making sure your skin's unique needs are well and truly met. Let us help you discover the beauty of going natural! 

Becoming a mum, the reason for change
October 19, 2020

Becoming a mum, the reason for change

For our Founder, Jess Stones, becoming a mother was the catalyst for her journey to start her own business, one that touts only safe products for women and babies. Here she unpacks her reasons why. she felt it was so important to start Saints of the Wild and make a difference to people's health and wellbeing.

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5 reasons your sunscreen should be eco-friendly
August 24, 2020

5 reasons your sunscreen should be eco-friendly

There is strong evidence that mainstream sunscreens are polluting our water ways and entering our oceans. Oxybenzone, Octinoxate and Octocrylene are commonly used UV-filters in chemical base sunscreens. These ingredients are toxic to ocean life, acting as hormones disruptors on marine species and impacting coral reefs from very small concentrations. Read our five reasons you should change your sunscreen brand before summer hits. 

 

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Why is clean beauty so important?
August 06, 2020

Why is clean beauty so important?

These days, we're spoiled with choice in the cosmetics world. We could visit a chemist or our local supermarket and stare at the many shelves of products on offer; we could get lost for hours reading the backs of packaging and observing all the promises. But with each new 'claim' that hits the shelves comes modern 'miracles' and 'quick fixes'. How can you tell what's authentic and reliable? How can you separate the false claims from the truth? What exactly does it mean to invest in 'clean beauty'? 

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