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H&M Skincare Essentials

H&M are launching a seven-piece collection of skincare essentials, with organic ingredients that have been certified by Ecocert. The line has recyclable packaging and includes a shower gel, body lotion, body scrub, lip balm and hand cream, as well as an organic cotton toilet bag and make-up bag.


H&M are launching a seven-piece collection of skincare essentials, with organic ingredients that have been certified by Ecocert. The line has recyclable packaging and includes a shower gel, body lotion, body scrub, lip balm and hand cream, as well as an organic cotton toilet bag and make-up bag.

For those who love the smell of skincare products, there are two combinations to feast your senses on: choose between raspberry and melon, or lavender and mint.

Although the products aren’t 100% organic, this is a great start, especially for such a large retailer. “It felt like a natural step,” said Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s Head of Design. “There’s a strong demand from our customer’s for organics.”

Prices are totally reasonable: $4.95 for all the products, except the toiletry bag which will be $7.95. What do you think of this concept? Would you buy H&M’s new skincare essentials?

2 Comments

  1. HauteWorld

    February 26, 2010 at 9:09 AM

    I’ve never been tempted by H&M’s regular skincare line, but I’d probably be more likely to try their organic range. I’m assuming if they’re not entirely organic, it’s probably a little like a cheaper version of Korres or Origins. Definitely a step in the right direction, but I do think H&M are pretty good (compared to other big retailers) when it comes to environmental issues and sustainable production.

  2. HauteWorld

    February 26, 2010 at 4:09 AM

    I’ve never been tempted by H&M’s regular skincare line, but I’d probably be more likely to try their organic range. I’m assuming if they’re not entirely organic, it’s probably a little like a cheaper version of Korres or Origins. Definitely a step in the right direction, but I do think H&M are pretty good (compared to other big retailers) when it comes to environmental issues and sustainable production.

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