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The Kind Store Prepares for a Waste-Free Christmas

The vegan, natural and zero waste online shop will feature new Christmas bundles and festive gift sets in November 2019

The Kind Store, the 100% vegan, natural and sustainable online shop just announced the upcoming launch of its responsibly produced Christmas collection. With the planet going through a climate crisis and Christmas resulting in as much as 5.5% of our total annual carbon footprint, The Kind Store encourages buying less but buying better, and especially this holiday season. The online store offers a curated selection of toiletries, skincare, make up, home and on the go products all wrapped in plastic free packaging to help you make ethical and sustainable choices. The Kind Store believes individuals have the power to collectively make a big difference, and encourages zero waste living by showcasing daily essentials that are good for people, the planet and animals. 

The Kind Store was founded in March 2018 by Natasha Tyler, an activist and vegan highly passionate about the natural world and low waste living. In 2014, the more conscious outlook on the food she was eating made her think about the ingredients she put on her body, their manufacturing methods and the general disposable lifestyle all of us lead. The idea of The Kind Store was born, with the goal to bring together those hard-to-find items that are vegan, natural and sustainable all in one online destination. 

The Kind Store’s mission is to do business responsibly and pursue opportunities to solve environmental and societal challenges through business innovation and collaboration. The business aims at making it easier for everybody to make small and practical changes and support businesses that value planet over profit. The company supports Tower Hill Animal Sanctuary, with 10% of profits going towards the food and care of rescued animals locally in Essex. The Kind Store is aligned with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, with sustainability at the core of its business plan, and is committed to Trash Transparency. Its Kind Business Plan is fully accessible on The Kind Store’s website.  

“We believe everybody can make a difference and we all have the power to instigate change,” says Natasha Tyler, founder of The Kind Store. “By making small achievable changes to your daily life, you will have a big impact on the environment, animals and yourself. Where you spend your money will shape the world we live in.”


To celebrate the Holiday season in 2019, The Kind Store will launch special Christmas bundles and gift sets for conscious consumers wishing to minimise their impact on the planet. 

Conscious gifts for a sustainable festive season

The Kind Store features a collection of eco friendly, cruelty free and all natural products all in one same online shop. The website allows customers to shop by collection (from toiletries to home, beauty and jewellery) or values ( from compostable to made in the UK and plastic free). Gift sets and gift cards are also available to let customers gift consciously this season, with essentials that are used everyday in place of cheap, disposable alternatives (with savings over 10% on the exclusive Kind Store gift sets compared to individual purchases).

Some of The Kind Store’s most popular products include Beauty Kubes plastic free shampoos and conditioners, amber glass bottles for diy cleaning, replaceable wooden dish brushes, natural organic deodorants, Smartliners reusable period pads and daily liners, Ben and Anna natural toothpaste, Ten&Co compostable microfibre free sponge cloths, as well as bamboo toothbrushes, cleansing oils, leak proof lunch boxes, and soapnuts to use as a natural laundry detergent.

The Kind Store will launch its collection of Christmas gifts and bundles in November 2019. To check out The Kind Store’s Christmas gift sets and shop its selection of vegan, natural and eco friendly essentials, visit

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