Ethical skincare brand and GGA supporter, Upcircle Beauty, is launching into four new major retailers this autumn, one of which is House of Fraser.
The brand which uses waste coffee grounds as a key ingredient in its coffee scrub range says it has now collected 90 tonnes of coffee from London’s cafes, bars and restaurants.
And the good news doesn’t end there. The brand is extending with a brand new face range made from the powders of discarded fruit stones (that are by-products from the production of oil). This range will include a facial moisturiser, a cleansing balm and a face mask. They’re due to launch by November.
And just three months after hiring its first member of staff, the company is now on the hunt for the next person to join Team UpCircle in an exciting new marketing position. Full details here.
As brand co-founder Anna Brightman says: “It’s going to be a busy run up to Christmas!”