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Soul Skin pops up in John Lewis for beauty and wellness week

By Becky Bargh | Published: 2-Sep-2020

The beauty brand has teamed up with Great British Exchange’s pop-up initiative, which helps emerging brands tap into a wider market

Plant-based beauty brand Soul Skin is poised to open a pop-up at John Lewis’ Bluewater branch, UK.

As part of the Soil Association's annual Organic Beauty and Wellbeing Week, starting on 7 September, the brand will be offering its range of skin, hand and body products via the world renowned department store.

The brand’s range includes face and body butters, scrubs and salts that are available in a range of scents including rose, lavender, ylang ylang and orange.

Soul Skin is the brainchild of Sophie Whitelock, who began making her own skin care products after discovering an allergy to parabens.

“I’m thrilled to have been asked to do a pop-up at John Lewis & Partners and to help promote organic, plant-based beauty and all of the benefits it brings,” she said.

“I hope we can help to show consumers that there are a number of beauty and wellbeing products out there that are kind to both your skin and the planet, and that they don’t have to break the bank.”

Whitelock has teamed up with the Great British Exchange as part of its pop-up initiative to help emerging brands showcase their products to a wider market and increase brand awareness.

The new space will run until 13 September and Soul Skin’s products retail from £15.

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