Coraline Skincare: A Certified Organic, Award-Winning Range.

Launched by two parents, Kevin and Liz Troy in January 2020, Coraline Skincare is a vegan, organic and sustainable brand that offers fully recyclable packaging.

Kevin and Liz’s passion for ‘happy skin’ came about, after they discovered that there were limited options available for their daughter Coraline, who at birth, was diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, two holes in her heart, and sensitive skin.

As a result, Coraline Skincare’s mission is to create pure and honest eco-friendly skincare products for healing even the most difficult of skin concerns, naturally.

The range includes soaps, scrubs, balms, oils, toners, and cleansers, using ingredients such as Rose Geranium, Cinnamon, Oat, Almond, Lavender de Provence, Peppermint, Lemon, Activated Charcoal, Chamomile, Yarrow, Nettle, and Calendula.

  • The soaps are suitable for the whole family, even during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The soap packaging is made from fully-recycled, recyclable cardboard pulp, which is free from toxic dyes, glues, and bleach,
  • The balm pots are fully compostable: they’re made from plant binders and woodchips (a by-product from the wood industry, which have been derived from sustainably-managed forests),
  • Their plant-based materials are sustainably grown and GMO-free,
  • And, their labels and stickers are printed using vegetable based ‘eco friendly’ toners on recycled or FSC recyclable paper.

“All of our products are made using certified organic or wild ingredients, and many of our essential oils have been distilled by us personally, – to ensure that they’re as pure as they can be,” said Kevin, the former chef, and the Co-Founder of Coraline Skincare.

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Coraline Skincare donates 50p from each product sold to Small Steps, a charity that provides early intervention for children who need a helping hand.

Kevin and Liz opened their first bricks and mortar store in their local town of Topsham, Devon, in November 2021, and Yahoo Sport featured Kevin’s guidance for hot weather and heat waves, ahead of the Easter Bank Holiday.

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