Baylis & Harding introduces eco-inspired Goodness range

The four new product lines are housed in post-consumer recycled packaging and feature other recyclable materials

British bath and body brand Baylis & Harding has introduced a new line-up of products created with sustainability in mind.

The Goodness range comprises hand washes, body washes, bath soaks, hand creams and vegetable-based soaps, said to contain 98% naturally-derived ingredients.

The four fragrances include Lemongrass & Ginger, Sea Kelp & Peppermint, Rose & Geranium and Oud, Cedar & Amber, and are designed to be sensitive on skin (from £2.50).

The bottles are made from 100% post-consumer recycled packaging, while the other items are recyclable.

Baylis & Harding has also partnered with TerraCycle, who will sort the brand’s pumps, caps and tubes for recycling.

“As we move forward into a new era, we’re evolving and listening to the needs of our loyal customers and considering the world around us even more,” said Baylis & Harding’s Creative Director Tania Slater.

“We’re on a step-by-step journey, and continue to nurture our luxury brands to be more sustainable with the future generations in mind.”

Customers can shop a selection of the new lines at Boots.

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