“I’ve looked everywhere for a range of products that are natural and biodegradable, but, just as importantly, look, smell and feel wonderful to use. I drew a blank so I decided to develop a range of products myself. It’s been a challenge but I am delighted to now be launching the Humble Natural Beauty Range.” Kate Humble, 2015
The HUMBLE range of bath and beauty products are the brain child of Kate Humble the presenter, author, environmentalist and farmer. Kate had become increasingly aware of the pollution and environmental impact that toiletries and beauty products were having on the environment and decided to put together a team of experts to create a new type of product.
The challenge was simple, the products had to be beautiful to use, but also kind on the environment. The very essence of the products had to be like its name - humble. After three years of intense research and product development the HUMBLE bath and beauty range was born. Fabulous products, wonderful to use, safe for all the family, and also kind to the planet.
Each product now carries the HUMBLE promise which reiterates the truth behind the name:
Humble products are carefully created so that you can spoil yourself without spoiling the environment. They contain natural, biodegradable ingredients with no parabens or SLS, so you really can enjoy simple natural luxury. Recyclable packaging and recycled materials are used where possible so you can always be certain our products are truly Humble by nature.
We have taken great care to ensure that our products only use the very best quality ingredients. Where possible we use ingredients from sustainable sources. We do not use any SLS or parabens. For a full breakdown of all our ingredients why not check out our GLOSSARY
We are striving to minimise the impact of HUMBLE products on the environment by using packaging that is made from recycled plastic and glass and ensuring that our packaging can be recylced once you have finished with it.
Once you have used our products and they are washed into the watercourse they are highly biodegradable and so minimise the impact on our water systems.