4 OF THE BEST HAND HYGIENE SPRAYS…

A must in every household is a hygiene spray but some of them can cause irritants and make your hands and fingers sore.

Dr. Bronner’s Organic Peppermint Hand Hygiene Spraycomes without any nasty chemicals in it but works just as well. Using only Fairtrade organic ethyl alcohol, water, organic peppermint oil, you can use it on the go and also on work surfaces. It contains peppermint aroma which stimulates and helps focus your mind and is £5.25 from Dr. Bronner. 

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Body Shop Mango Hand Cleanse Gel £2.50 In a tropical mango scent, this hand cleanse gel is perfect for popping in your bag for rinse-free cleansing, to help keep your hands clean when you’re on-the-go.

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Beauty Kitchen VEGAN FRIENDLY Moisturising Hand Sanitiser– 60% Alcohol with Natural Antibacterial – 50ml Bottle + 300 ML Refill Pack from Amazon £19.99

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Hoama product is ethically handcrafted and created with a blend of 100% certified ingredients. Boasting antibacterial and antiviral properties, the formula includes aloe vera, tea tree and sweet orange, not only do hands feel cleansed, but they smell great too. It also contains the WHO recommended 60% alcohol at £16

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A COUPLE OF TEA FACTS FOR YOU…

1. In 1484 teas popularity reaches a new height when Zen priest Murata Shuko introduced the Cha-no-yu or Hot Water For Tea ceremony, which celebrates the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of tea preparation and drinking. 

2. In 1560 the first European to encounter tea and write about it was Jasper de Cruz, a missionary on Portugals first commercial trade journey to China. Portugal, the most advanced navy at the time, was the first European country to gain the right of trade with China. 

Source : Boh Tea

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5 GREAT REASONS TO BUY FAIR TRADE COFFEE…

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1.When you choose Fairtrade coffee, not only can farmers build a better quality of life for their families and communities, they can invest in growing better quality beans too.

2. Fairtrade coffee farmers invest at least 25 percent of their Fairtrade premium in improving productivity and quality.

3, Choose Fairtrade coffee and you’re also supporting farmers to fight the challenges they may face. These include the effects of a changing climate, low and unpredictable incomes and in some coffee-growing communities, there may not be enough food available for three to four months a year.

4. Being part of Fairtrade has meant better knowledge about protecting the local environment and the chance to plant other crops and buy livestock to put more food on the table.

5. Around 125 million people worldwide depend on coffee for their livelihoods. Coffee is the most valuable and widely traded tropical agricultural product and 25…

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