Beauty Kubes are a new vegan, palm oil-free and plastic-free concept: just take one little cube with you in the shower, crumble in the palm of your hand, add a little water to create a paste and smooth onto wet body or wet hair to create a luxurious lather. Rinse for silky smooth and super-shiny results.
Made with natural and cleansing ingredients that are 64% organic. They are infused with coconut milk and contain vitamins and and essential oils.
There are 3 Kubes in each travekbox (each cube is suitable for one shower, two cubes may be needed for longer hair)
Beauty Kubes are perfect for travelling, festivals and holidays: a brilliant alternative to liquid shampoos in a bottle. The mini travel boxes are available for:
Pink: shampoo for normal to dry hair
Yellow: hair and body wash
Grey: hair and body wash for men
Burgundy: conditioning hair mask
Green: shampoo for oily hair
Check how to shampoo with Beauty Kubes here.
Beauty Kubes are made in Cornwall. They come wrapped in paper inside a cardboard pack and a cellulose transparant wrap, all recyclable.
Tapioca starch*, Sodium cocoyl isethionate, Cocos nucifera milk powder*, Sodium cocoyl glutamate, Inulin, Panthenol, Glycerin (Palm-free; from a rapeseed source), Citrus aurantium dulcis peel oil*, Tocopherol, Cymbopogon schoenanthus oil*, Cedrus atlantica wood oil*, Citrus bergamia peel oil expressed*, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Acacia senegal gum* d-Limonene**, ; Citral**, Citronellol**, Eugenol**, Geraniol**, ; Linalol**
* Organic ingredient ** Occurs naturally in essential oils.
Although a lot of plastic bottles in the UK are recyclable, not many of them actually make it to the recycling bin. In fact in the UK and estimated 16 MILLION PLASTIC BOTTLES EVERY DAY are not recycled but end up in landfill, or discarded.
Eve of St Agnes is an award-winning natural beauty brand from Cornwall. Beauty Kubes is their hair care range entirely free from plastics developed in 2017 as a direct inspiration from BBC’s Blue Planet II and the work of local Cornish based charity, Surfers Against Sewage.