Every product you buy from us supports a young person in need.
We're aiming to change lives, one head at a time and we need your help!
We donate £1 from every shampoo bar directly to charities that supports young people facing mental health issues. So when you wash your hair, you're doing good for the planet and for humankind.
You can learn a little more about who your purchase is supporting below.
Winston’s Wish - supporting grieving children and families
The death of a parent or sibling is one of the most traumatic situations for a child, but with the help of Winston’s Wish, they can face the future with hope.
Winston’s Wish has been supporting bereaved children and young people since 1992 and continues to lead the way in providing specialist child bereavement support services across the UK.
"The charity provides emotional and practical bereavement support to children, young people and those who care for them."
Their expert teams offer one off and ongoing bereavement support and we also provide online resources, specialist publications and training for professionals.
The Yoga Therapy Foundation
The Yoga Therapy Foundation raises funds to offer yoga as therapy for people living with anxiety, depression, disability, health issues and injury rehabilitation.
The techniques used have a powerful and significant improvement towards rehabilitation and pain relief.
The Yoga therapy Foundation currently provides Yoga for People living with cancer, respiratory health issues, anxiety and depression and disability rehabitation.
"This year we're raising funds to provide yoga for children with special needs and teens who are struggling with anxiety and depression".
The Market Place
All young people have the right to feel safe and secure in their lives, be treated with respect and to feel good about themselves. The Market Place offers space, time and information to help this happen.
The services are free, confidential and available for 11-25 year olds. There's a range of services, including one to one support, counselling, group-work, a 'safe zone' for those in crisis and regular drop in sessions.
The organisation is young person centred, which means young people are central to everything they do. The Market Place offers support and space for young people to work through their issues, at their pace, in their own way. They believe young people are the experts in their own lives.
"Doing creative activities helped me to understand my problems in a more positive way. I always left the sessions with a smile on my face."