As a pioneer in our industry, we believe sustainability and luxury must go hand in hand. We aim to create new solutions for sustainable development while continuing to shape and grow our business responsibly. This ambition encompasses all activities along the entire value chain – how our products are designed, sourced, manufactured, transported, sold and used.
All Margaret Dabbs™ London products are created using responsibly sourced ingredients, made using a lean manufacturing process and the majority of packaging is made from recyclable materials. You will also see a transparent approach to ingredient listings implemented since September 2019.
And that’s not all. In a bid to cut down on packaging waste, Margaret Dabbs™ London has taken out the excess cardboard and even reduced the size of paper leaflets and base labels previously included within the portfolio of products.
Pure Feet & Hands by Margaret Dabbs London
The brand continues to be both innovative and inclusive by launching Pure Feet – the first 100% vegan friendly yet luxurious range of foot care products specially formulated with powerful, active botanicals and designed for natural beauty lovers.
A forward-thinking response to cater for those looking for a green yet effective alternative; the range offers an exciting new dimension for both retail and professional spa services.
We strongly believe what goes in to a product is just as important as what is taken out. The Pure range of products are enriched with potent natural plant extracts and active botanicals selected for their healing properties to help keep feet looking and feeling their best.
Free from animal by-products, harsh chemicals and preservatives, the range features carefully selected ingredients including Buriti, Jojoba, Hempseed and Calendula oils known for their nourishing, re-generative and protective qualities.
Also included are potent actives Turmeric, Oregano and Manuka extracts to provide anti-bacterial and anti-fungal benefits and target key foot concerns including inflammation and dehydration.