NATURAL BODY CREAM WITH DATE SEED EXTRACTS. A deeply hydrating body cream to nourish and protect all skin types. Soothe dry, sensitive skin with this calming blend of deeply hydrating ingredients. Fast-absorbing leaving no greasy residue behind. An award-winning body cream is made with nourishing shea butter, linseed and olive oil. along with the anti-inflammatory extract of leftover date seeds, a by-product of date farming. Winner of the Eco Hero category in the Get The Gloss Beauty and Wellness Awards 2020.
Hydrating & Calming
Plastic-free glass jar with aluminum lid
Made from repurposed coffee grounds and maple bark
99% natural ingredients
Certified B-Corp. and Plastic Negative Certified business
Made in the UK
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Eye creams that come in plastic and are loaded with ingredients you can't pronounce; over-priced fancy eye creams from big brand names.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF 120 mL | 4.5 fl. oz
How to use: Apply morning or night to clean, dry skin. Massage gently into skin.
PACKAGING Glass jar with aluminum lid. 100% recyclable. Please recycle or reuse when empty.
CERTIFICATIONS Cruelty Free International and Plastic Negative.
SOURCING Made in the UK.
ABOUT THE COMPANY UpCircle was founded in 2016 by brother and sister duo Will and Anna. As a beauty brand, they strive to encourages and inspire people to make the right choices for themselves and the planet. They believe that providing competitively priced, high performing products from upcycled ingredients demonstrates that the beauty industry CAN be less wasteful. UpCircle products are all inclusive—they're body positive, gender neutral, representing all ages, and they encourage diversity.
At the heart of their business is a circular economy model of reuse, recycling, upcycling, and waste reduction. Their products come from ingredients that would otherwise be discarded by repurposing and upcycling bio materials such as coffee grounds, spices, wood byproduct, and flowers.
Giving back is also at the company's core. UpCircle supports charities including Refuge, a domestic abuse charity, following the deeply concerning increase in domestic violence during lockdown; Save Elephant Foundation, helping captive elephants at risk from the lack of income for their owners; and The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, who tackle inequality in all forms.