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Treat yourselves and your loved ones this holiday season with ethically-sourced, cruelty-free organic skin care products from MuLondon. Get up to £20 off with your purchase of any combination of our award-winning moisturisers and cleansers - or even skin care sets.

Save up to £20 with MuLondon Holiday Offer

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Moisturisers: Organic Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary Moisturiser - Organic Lavender Moisturiser - Organic Fragrance-Free Moisturiser - Organic Marigold, Frankincense & Myrrh Moisturiser - Organic Hemp Moisturiser - Organic White Chocolate Truffle Moisturiser

Cleansers: Organic Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary Cleanser - Organic Lavender Foaming Face Wash - Organic Fragrance-Free Foaming Face Wash

Skin Care Sets: MuLondon Moisturisers Master Collection - Organic Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary Skincare Set - Organic Lavender Skincare Set - Organic Fragrance-Free Skicare Set

Valid for worldwide orders, ends 24 December 2015. To make sure that your goodies reach you in time for Christmas, please place your international orders by the 1st of December and your UK orders by the 7th of December. For expedited, tracked and courier shipping - or if you have any questions, please get in touch before placing your order.

Stuck for ideas? Check out our Gift Guide: www.MuLondon.com/blog/gift_guide/

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MuLondon is delighted to announce that it has won the title of Outstanding Vegan Business in the annual Vegan of the Year Awards.

The Vegan of the Year Awards specifically recognise ethical vegan individuals, businesses and organisations. The list of nominees for the Outstanding Vegan Business Award is drawn amongst companies owned by ethical vegans – individuals who love and respect animals and who commit to always keep their business 100% vegan.


MuLondon Wins Outstanding Vegan Business In Vegan Of The Year Awards


Congratulations to MuLondon on their Vegan of the Year Award 2015 in the Outstanding Vegan Business category. Vegan businesses like MuLondon are pioneers: leading us into a new era of sustainable, ethical products. They are the ones to watch.” – Kathy Divine, founder of the Vegan of the Year Awards.

MuLondon's vegan skincare range has become known for its quality, efficiency and ethics. No animal ingredients, animal testing, or selling in countries that require animal testing on cosmetics, like China. No petrochemical ingredients, artificial colours or fragrances. No PVC, phthalates or bisphenol-A in the packaging. No GMOs. Yes to plant-based organic ingredients, biodegradable bubblewrap and support for community projects.

I am humbled that MuLondon has been named Outstanding Vegan Business and a winner in The Vegan of the Year Awards. We have a strict cruelty-free policy for our entire range of products, and work closely with a number of organisations that are helping to stamp out animal cruelty. It's wonderful to be recognised for our dedication to a compassionate and vegan lifestyle.

MuLondon products are 100% vegan and cruelty-free, and are registered by The Vegan Society, PETA, The Leaping Bunny and Viva!. The entire range is endorsed by The Naturewatch Foundation. Some of MuLondon's best-sellers include Organic White Chocolate Truffle Moisturiser and Organic Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary Foaming Face Wash.

More information about the award-winning range of organic moisturisers and cleansers from MuLondon is available at www.MuLondon.com.

Learn more about The Vegan of the Year Awards: www.VegansAreCool.com/Awards

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During the winter your skin requires more protection than usual. Here are a few simple tips that you can follow to make sure that you get through the winter looking and feeling your best.

5 Quick Winter Skincare Tips

1. PROTECT: Use a heavy-duty balm like the Organic Marigold, Frankincense & Myrrh Moisturiser applied more liberally during the day to protect your skin. At night, indulge in the yummy Organic White Chocolate Truffle Moisturiser for sweet dreams! Oil-based moisturisers are not only more concentrated, but they also provide a more robust physical barrier that additionally protects the skin.

2. HYDRATE: Drink plenty of water throughout the day. This will replenish your cells from within and combat the drying effects of central heating. It can be easy to forget to hydrate - but if you make a habit of having a small bottle of water nearby, your body will be naturally drawn to have frequent sips as you go about your day.

3. EAT RAW: Even though we associate summertime with eating salads, it's important that we remember to consume fresh fruits, veggies, seeds and nuts during the winter. Raw foods are packed with enzymes, vitamins, antioxidants and other nutrients which are needed even more at this time of the year. Try a delicious fresh fruit and nut smoothie for an instant energy blast!

4. GET SUN: Moderate sun exposure can do wonders for your skin. Even a daily 15 minute walk in the park during seemingly cloudy and grey winter days will infuse your body with enough sunlight to help produce vitamin D. This vitamin is essential for a strong immune system and our skin health.

5. HAVE FUN: Enjoy the winter! Even though short, cold and dark days can be a drag, there's lots of fun to be had. If you get snow where you live, go out and play in it during the day, and maybe even make a snowman. Winter allows you to cosy up to a good book, catch up on your favourite TV show or enjoy a candle-lit dinner in the evening. Take a bath and allow your body to relax. Nurturing a positive outlook during the winter will have a direct effect on your overall well-being, and in turn - your skin health.

BONUS TIP: Rosacea, eczema and psoriasis tend to flare up during the winter season. For tips on how to deal with them, see 10 Things To Avoid When You Have Sensitive Skin, Rosacea, Eczema or Psoriasis.

What do you do during the winter to keep your skin looking healthy? Let me know in your comments!

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I am thrilled to announce that MuLondon has been selected as the winner in the FSB London Business Awards, taking home The Green Award. The prestigious FSB awards have become a sought-after accolade of achievement, endorsement of hard work, determination and enterprise in business.

MuLondon Wins The Green Award At FSB London Business Awards

We are thrilled that such an up-and-coming company has won this year’s award. The judges felt that MuLondon stood out from the crowd and made their winning a very easy decision.” - Steve Warwick, FSB London Regional Chairman.

MuLondon is a multiple award-winning skincare company with a strong environmental focus. Only certified organic raw materials are used, including shea butter from a community project in Ghana, and cold-pressed hemp seed and jojoba oils. MuLondon does not allow any petrochemical or genetically modified ingredients, artificial preservatives or palm oil, and uses biodegradable bubble wrap. The company has previously won The Environmental Business Award from the Mayor of Lewisham.

MuLondon Wins The Green Award at The FSB London Business Awards

I am beyond proud and excited that MuLondon has won The Green Award at The FSB London Business Awards.  Environmental practice is at the core of MuLondon, and it's a huge honour to be recognised for our dedication to producing safe, effective and green skincare products. The ultimate winner here is nature, benefiting from more sustainable choices that we are all making as consumers and businesses.

Delightfully fragrant and soothing, MuLondon products come in unique varieties such as Organic Rose, Rosehip & Rosemary Moisturiser, Organic White Chocolate Truffle Moisturiser and Organic Marigold, Frankincense & Myrrh Moisturiser – all 100% cruelty-free and vegan.

More information about the award-winning range of organic moisturisers and cleansers from MuLondon is available at www.MuLondon.com.

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A lot of us suffer from sensitive and problem skin these days. It could be because of our environment, the food we eat, the products we use, or our genes. It is probably a combination of all these factors that causes our skin to become reactive to even the mildest changes. This can be frustrating for anyone that has experienced rosacea, eczema or psoriasis, and those with generally sensitive or dry skin.

The good news is that a lot of skin problems can be managed and brought under control with a combination of lifestyle changes, where you try to identify and eliminate any possible triggers one by one. Here are some of the most common things to avoid when you have problem skin.

10 Things To Avoid When You Have Sensitive Skin, Rosacea, Eczema or Psoriasis

1. Harsh skincare products: These can irritate the skin with strong perfumes, artificial colours, preservatives and petrochemicals. Look for simple formulas with few ingredients, which are less likely to cause problems - or learn how to make your own skincare products. When your skin is sensitive, the less it has to deal with, the better. Remember to be gentle with your skin - don't rub it vigorously, pinch or pull on it. Thoroughly rinse off any traces of your cleanser. Use a mild moisturiser, and indulge in a gentle facial massage, which will benefit your skin health.

2. Hot showers: While it may feel relaxing and soothing on sore muscles, a hot shower will open up your pores and cause the thinner, more delicate facial skin to flush. This, in turn, makes it even more sensitive and reactive. Try turning down the temperature on your tap, and finish your shower with a slightly cooler stream of water.

3. Frequent showers: Tend to disrupt your skin's acid mantle and strip it of protective oils. If your skin is sensitive, and especially if you have rosacea, eczema or psoriasis, try to limit your showers to not more than two a day.

4. Hard water (limescale): Hard water contains a higher than normal amount of limescale, or calcium carbonate (CaCO3). If you live in the UK, and particularly around London, where we get hard water, you will be well aware of the white, scaly deposits in your kettle and on your shower screen - that's limescale. Limescale has the ability to disrupt the skin's protective barrier, causing redness, irritation and dry skin. You can find out your water hardness from your water company - here is a handy list of UK suppliers. If you notice that your skin reacts to it, you can reduce limescale by using a water softener. UK's Drinking Water Inspectorate has an interesting PDF on water hardness here.

5. Spicy food: Who doesn't like a good, hot chilli curry? The problem is, spicy food often triggers or aggravates rosacea, according to a survey by the National Rosacea Society. See if avoiding chilli, horseradish or MSG helps, and if so, try cutting down on those ingredients in your diet.

Eat More Fresh Fruit

6. Processed foods, meat, dairy, additives: What we eat has a big impact on our overall well-being, and that includes the skin. Avoid heavily processed fast foods, often rife with additives; and cut down on meat and dairy. Making a shift towards a plant-based diet, rich in organic produce such as fresh fruit, vegetables, nuts and beans, will infuse your body with beneficial vitamins, minerals and nutrients, designed to support your health and revitalise your skin. Try an organic soya or coconut yoghurt, which are packed with probiotics - good for your digestive system and your skin.

7. Infrequent or excessive sun exposure: Moderation is the key here. While too much sun without a sunscreen can definitely aggravate rosacea, too little sun can do as much harm to sufferers of eczema and psoriasis. Vitamin D is crucial not only for the balance of the immune system and healthy bones, but it also affects our skin. The best way to get enough vitamin D is through moderate exposure to sun.

8. Alcohol and cigarettes: Can cause dehydration, skin spots and permanent changes in the quality and elasticity of your skin, further aggravating problems like rosacea, eczema and psoriasis. Try giving up smoking and consuming alcohol in moderation - there are many other uses for your left-over booze. To help your liver recover, consider doing a liver cleanse, or including milk thistle, a traditional liver tonic, in your diet.

9. Stress and anxiety: These known triggers for a number of mental and physical ailments also affect the skin. Try a simple mindfulness meditation for 5 minutes a day, where you simply sit with your eyes closed and focus on your breathing. It's that easy, and is proven to work! If meditation is not your thing, relax in a way that suits you - listen to music that makes you feel good, take a bath or paint or dance.

10. Dehydration: Being properly hydrated is vital to our health. Drink at least 1.5 litres of pure, clean water a day to ensure your body and your skin are supplied with enough H2O to function optimally and flush out toxins from your system.


Living with problem skin can be tricky and discouraging. I started MuLondon because of my own issues with dry, sensitive skin, eczema and psoriasis. I set out to create a range of mild, effective products based on natural and organic ingredients to help soothe irritated skin. With a combination of the right products for you, and making small but beneficial lifestyle changes, your skin can regain its glow.

Some of the triggers mentioned above may cause no symptoms, while you may notice that something not on this list aggravates your condition. Let me know what works for you, and what doesn't. What makes your skin react, and what soothes it? Please share!

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