Donor Spotlight: Beauty Kitchen

Lisa, Jo and The Team out on a Scottish hill walk



Beauty Kitchen joined the product giving revolution earlier this year and have since donated a wide range of natural beauty and hygiene products, from essential body wash and wipes to luxuries, such as massage oil and bath bombs.

With close to 350 charities across the country having benefited from their sustainable products already, we wanted to speak to Lisa Reddington, Executive Assistant and Office Manager, to hear more about what motivated Beauty Kitchen to get involved and donate to In Kind Direct.

How did the relationship with In Kind Direct begin?

It all started when our founder Jo got in contact with Ellie Weston in May this year. It became obvious very quickly that Beauty Kitchen could help those in need and it was a no brainer to start to supply In Kind Direct. At Beauty Kitchen, we donate 2% of all sales to charity and finding an opportunity to get our products to those in need was a natural next step for us. No-one should ever go without basic everyday items to maintain their personal hygiene – I’m just so glad that Beauty Kitchen can be a small part of this.

What does the partnership with In Kind Direct mean, for you

and Beauty Kitchen?

Here at Beauty Kitchen, we are passionate about helping those in need. As a certified B-Corp, it is in our DNA to use business as a force for good. We make sustainable and totally natural beauty and bath and body products which, when you are in living in poverty, are the first items to go and often result in people withdrawing from society due to poor hygiene. Knowing that we have helped over 340 charities through donating our products means so much to myself and the whole Beauty Kitchen Team.