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Best of What’s On this Week: 26 April 2019

Let us inspire you with our pick of what's on around Hong Kong this week, 26 April 2019!

26 April 2019

Planning for the week ahead? Let us help with these highlights of what’s on in HK this week 26 April 2019. Want more? Check out our comprehensive what’s on guide with full listings for the months ahead here and our family-friendly what’s on guide here.
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Kids & Family: What’s On Guide

Let us do all the research so you don't have to! Here's our regularly updated roundup of family-friendly events and things to do with kids in Hong Kong.

24 Apr 2019 — By Melanie Grosjean / Activities / Family / What's On
activities & events for families in Hong Kong

Fun Things to Do With Kids in Hong Kong!

Looking for things to do with kids in Hong Kong? We’re here to help with our regularly updated selection of the best of what’s on for kids and families around Hong Kong. We’ve listed these events in date order, browse to find inspiration, or click to jump to a specific month.

April 2019, April 2019, May 2019June 2019, July 2019, August 2019, September 2019, October 2019

We have a full what’s on listing, including all that fun stuff you wouldn’t want to take the kids to, here.

If you’re looking for a great camp to for your kids this Easter holiday, check out our round-up of easter camps! 

Things to do with Kids this Weekend 26-28 April 2019

SuperEasterRace @ SuperPark
My Little Pony Friendship Carnival @ AIA Vitality Park
Harvest Feast 2019 @ Zen Organic Farm
Art Park Tour and Workshop @ Art Park, West Kowloon
Learning Full STEAM Ahead @ St. Nicholas’ English Kindergarten
IRIS: Your Escape 2019 @ Central Harbourfront Event Space
Yogi Bears & Parents Yoga Workshop with Simone Hart @ Pure Yoga
Dutch Days in Hong Kong
2019 Bun Carnival @ Pak Tai Temple Playground

 

Things to Do With Kids: April 2019

Kids Movies Opening This Week in Hong Kong

The Queen’s Corgi

SuperEasterRace at SuperPark

Super Park Easter

Are you up for a super fun bunny-filled challenge and a chance to win prizes? Form a group of 2-4 people and take on the SuperEaster Race, which is a competition with six sport games. There’s no extra fee to join, but remember to pre-register for the race after booking your tickets as a limited number of slots are available.

When:      3 sessions per day, 19-28 April 2019
Where:    SuperPark Hong Kong, One Silversea (Near Olympian City)
Tickets:  SuperPark Website

 

My Little Pony Friendship Carnival

Welcome to the world of My Little Pony! The carnival features the six charming Ponyville friends, each of them up to something fun!

When:     19 April – 5 May 2019
Where:    AIA Vitality Park, Hong Kong Observation Wheel
Tickets:  $150, under 18 months free, Facebook Event

 

ECE Information Session

ECE Info Session

YCIS will host this Early Childhood Education Session where their co-principals will guide you through their exciting programme and share how your child can benefit from their play-based learning environment.

When:     25 April 2019
Where:    YCIS, Kowloon Tong
For more information:  Facebook

 

Harvest Feast 2019

Harvest Feast

Join the Red Sauce family for an epic day of food, drinks and entertainment down on the farm in the New Territories to celebrate the Spring Harvest. There will be kids entertainment and events throughout the day.

When:     27 April 2019
Where:    Zen Organic Farm, New Territories
Tickets:  Ages 13 and up, $1280, 12 and under free, Ticketflap

 

Art Park Tour and Workshop

Art Park Hong Kong

Join in on this introduction to the Art Park and discover the different tree species. You’ll be able to get a closer look at the trees and plants and learn some interesting facts. If you’re looking for some interactive fun, following the tour there is a workshop.

When:     27 April 2019
Where:    Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District
Tickets:  Free admission, advanced registration required on the Event Website

 

Learning Full STEAM Ahead Open Day 2019

St. Nicholas’ English Kindergarten will host an open day with a science fair, art exhibition, game booths, a book fair and a food fair.

When:     27 April 2019
Where:    St. Nicholas’ English Kindergarten, Kowloon Tong
For more information:  Facebook

 

IRIS: Your Escape 2019 – Hong Kong Fitness & Wellness Festival

IRIS yoga

IRIS: Your Escape is back again for its eighth installment. The 2-day festival will feature a Yoga Stage, Meditation at the Zen Garden, various fitness activities, The Playground for families and kids, silent disco, shopping, eating and various other events.

When:     27-28 April 2019
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
Tickets:  From $180 for a one-day pass, Facebook

 

Yogi Bears & Parents Yoga Workshop with Simone Hart

What a great way to spend a Sunday – practising yoga with Mum or Dad! This workshop is filled with energy, music and movement as you get an opportunity to see what your child has learned in Pure Yoga’s classes. (No need to have attended before).

When:     28 April – 26 May 2019
Where:    Pure Yoga, World Trade Centre & Soundwill Plaza
Tickets:  From $500 for 1 child and parent, $700 for one child, 2 parents, Pure Yoga Web

 

Baby Massage – Introductory Session

Baby Massage Class

This infant introductory massage class will be led by International Association of Infant Massage Instructors for parents who would like to learn more about infant massage.

When:     29 April 2019
Where:    Highgate House School – The Peak
Tickets:  $50, Eventbrite

 

Retykle Pop-Up

Retykle Popup

The much-anticipated Retykle Pop-up will feature a curated edit of all your favourite designer styles (restocked daily) from shoes and dresses to jackets, accessories and more. There will be both pre-loved and new with tags items for you to choose from.

When:     29 April – July 7th (Every Monday)
Where:    109 Repulse Bay Road
For more information:  Facebook Event or Retykle Website

 

Dutch Days in Hong Kong

Dutch Days in Hong Kong

Dutch Days Hong Kong is back for its 5th anniversary with the theme “Rembrandt as Innovator” to commemorate the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt van Rijn’s death and pay tribute to this legendary master of the Dutch Golden Age by lining up a wide variety of activities including seminars, family days, exhibitions, music and movies.

When:     31 March – 30 April 2019
Where:    Various locations in Hong Kong
For more information:  Event Website

 

2019 Bun Carnival

Bun festival mountains

The 2019 Bun Carnival is packed with a variety of interesting activities such as the Bun Scrambling Competition and the Climbing Carnival where the public can enjoy the fun of bun tower climbing. Activities will include stall games, handicrafts, variety shows, climbing demonstration and a number of other events.

When:     14 April – 13 May 2019
Where:    Soccer Pitch, Pak Tai Temple Playground, Cheung Chau
For more information:  Event Website

 

Things to Do With Kids: May 2019

The Crayon Run 2019

The Crayon Run

Support kids in need by joining the annual DB Crayon Run! The 3rd edition of this popular event offers four categories: adult and child (up to age 5), six to eight years, and nine years and up, and helper and child (any age). All proceeds go to charity.

When:     4 May 2019
Where:    Tai Pak Beach, Discovery Bay
For more information:  Facebook

 

Hebe Haven Yacht Club Sailing Centre Open Day 2019

Hebe haven Open day

Experience everything that HHYC has to offer with free sailing, kayaking, boat trips, stand-up paddle boarding, games, a car boot sale and more.

When:     4 May 2019
Where:    Hebe Haven Yacht Club, Sai Kung
For more information:  Event Website

 

Italian Education Day

Learn about what Hong Kong has to offer in terms of education in Italian and Italian language courses for children and adults. Representatives of all the Italian schools in Hong Kong will present an array of possibilities and child entertainment will be available during the workshop.

When:     8 May 2019
Where:    Italian International Kindergarten, South Horizons MTR
Tickets:  Free, Register online at Eventbrite

 

Petit Tippi Cloth Diaper Workshop

Join with Petit Tippi founder, Vicki Chuard, for a beginner cloth diaper workshop. You’ll learn the basics of using a cloth diaper, choosing a system that works well for you and your baby, what you need to begin cloth diapering and any other questions you may have.

When:     11 May 2019
Where:    Petit Tippi Showroom, Sai Ying Pun
Tickets:  $52, Eventbrite

 

HK Forest Adventures: Forest Play

Join in on a day of fun and confidence-building adventure in the Forest. HK Forest Adventures will lead a small group of children on an unforgettable journey of play through the forest.

When:     12 May 2019
Where:    Kowloon Tong
Tickets:  $700 per family (2 adults and 1 child), $300 per extra child, Facebook

 

Mothers Day Nature Walk

Mother's Day Nature Walk

On this Mothers Day, join in on a heart connecting walk through Mother Earth’s beauty to celebrate mothers of all kinds. If you’re looking for a unique way to spend time and connect with your family, or to gift yourself time with your mother, don’t miss out on this walk.

When:     12 May 2019
Where:    Kembali, Hong Kong Island
Tickets:  $300 for singles, $500 for pairs, $850 for families up to 4, Facebook Event

 

Aerial Kids Yoga with TT Ho

Kids Aerial Yoga

Every second Sunday of the month, kids can play to learn the techniques of health, relaxation, inner peace and compassion through yoga. Each session focuses on breathing, body alignment and physical release in a fun way with games and music.

When:     12 May, 7 July, 11 August, 8 September, 13 October, 10 November, 8 December 2019
Where:    Pure Yoga, The Pulse
Tickets:  $450 per class, multi-class discounts available, Event Website

 

Coding & Electronics for Kids

Develop your child’s computational thinking skills, problem solving skills and creative thinking in this STEM coding and electronics class for ages 8-15.

When:     13 May 2019
Where:    Kids Technology Lab, Mong Kok
Tickets:  $158.99, Eventbrite

 

Elmer the Elephant

Elmer the Elephant

Based on the classic children’s book series by David McKee, Elmer the Patchwork Elephant Show, is a celebration of individuality and the power of laughter. The show features a menagerie of 21 loveable puppets and tells the tale of an elephant that stands out – both with his patchwork coloured skin and sense of humour.

When:     17-19 May 2019
Where:    Drama Theatre, HKAPA, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $195, HK Ticketing

 

The GreenRace Pottinger

Greenrace Pottinger

This considerably short but challenging course offers the options of 15km, 6.5km solo, pairs and flexible family races, where you run up the Pottinger Peak and then down to beautiful Big Wave Bay.

When:     18 May 2019
Where:    Pottinger Peak, Hong Kong
For more information:  Facebook

 

Kindergartens Festival

This must-attend event about kindergarten education will help young parents explore various kindergarten school options, discover the perfect curriculum fit for your child and get admission tips.

When:     18 May 2019
Where:    JW Marriott Hotel, Hong Kong
Tickets:  From $30, Eventbrite

 

Faust Festival 2019

This year’s Faust Festival will feature a range of family-friendly theatrical performances across two venues. Highlights include Oliver Twist, The Wizard of Oz, Robin Hood and much more!

When:     21 May – June 16 2019
Where:    Mcaulay Studio, Wan Chai and YStudio, Chai Wan
Tickets:  From $135, Urbtix

 

ESF Summer Funday

ESF Sunday Funday

ESF will set up summer themed age-appropriate activities for children 6 months to 5 years old. It’s a great opportunity to see their center, experience elements from their classes and meet the teachers.

When:     26 May 2019
Where:    ESF Language and Learning Centre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  $50, Eventbrite  

 

The 5th International Youth to Youth Summit

The 5th International Youth to Youth Summit will bring the summit to Asia for the first time. With a goal of preparing youth to face the challenges of tomorrow and explore the possibilities for building collaborative solutions, this year’s summit will take on the theme of ‘Shaping the Future: Space, Economy, Society and Culture.’

When:     28 May – 1 June 2019
Where:    Future City Summit, University of Hong Kong
For more information:  Facebook

 

Things to Do With Kids: June 2019

Anessa Sun City Fest

sun city fest

Anessa Sun City Fest, hosted by ANESSA – Japan’s famous sunscreen brand – will feature an artificial beach and a range of thrilling sports activities and music.

When:     1-2 June 2019
Where:    Central Harbourfront Event Space
For more information:  Event Website

 

Meet the Zookeepers

Meet the Zookeeper day in Hong Kong

At the “Meet-the-Zookeepers” event, the gardens’ zookeepers will share with visitors their experience in daily primate and bird care and animal conservation. Visitors will also have an opportunity to learn more about the Garden’s animals.

When:     1-2 June, 3-4 August, 12-13 October, 30 November, 1 December 2019
Where:     Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
For more information:  Event Website

 

Professor Brian Cox Universal World Tour

Professor Brian Cox

Having set two Guinness World Record titles with his previous sell-out live tour, Professor Brian Cox is heading back out on the road with a brand-new show for 2019. Using state-of-the-art graphics and imagery from ground-based telescopes and space probes, presented using ultra-high-resolution LED screen technology, Brian will explore the latest missions to the planets and more.

When:     5 June 2019
Where:    Star Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $468, HK Ticketing

 

The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories

Very Hungry Caterpillar

The timeless classic by Eric Carle has made its way off of the page and onto the stage. This critically acclaimed production will feature 75 loveable puppets, faithfully adapting four of Eric Carle’s stories. Designed for children aged 2 and up with their families.

When:     6-9 June 2019
Where:    Drama Theatre, HKAPA, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $195, HK Ticketing

 

Summer Pet Carnival

This massive outdoors pet carnival will have opportunities for your four-legged pal to play and swim in the outdoor pool and a pop-up market featuring a range of pet items. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to an animal charity organization.

When:     8 June 2019
Where:    Dog Dog Come, Sai Kung
Tickets:  From $20, Facebook Event

 

Hong Kong Sinfonietta – Good Music for Kids (3-6 Years Old)

Hong Kong Sinfionetta music for kdis

Join conductor Teresa Cheung in this fun concert specially designed for parents and kids. Find out how people and animals express their thoughts and feelings in different ways through the medium of classical music.

When:     14-15 June 2019
Where:    Hong Kong City Hall Theatre
Tickets:  From $260, Urbtix

 

Titanic: The Musical

Multiple Tony-award winning musical based on the famous sailing and sinking of ‘The Ship of Dreams’. The show encompasses a large cast to tell the tale and portray the interlacing stories of many of the ill-fated passengers.

When:     14-16 June 2019
Where:    Drama Theatre, HKAPA
Tickets:  From $385, HK Ticketing

 

Realising Potential

Realising Potential

Realising Potential is an exciting two-day business course for students in Year 7 and 8 where they are introduced to the world of entrepreneurship and have the opportunity to generate and develop their ideas.

When:     15-16 June 2019
Where:    Harrow International School Hong Kong
Tickets:  £135, Eventbrite

 

The Witches

David Wood’s magical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches, is an extremely family-led production sure to delight audiences of all ages. The story translates so deliciously to the stage with The Grand High Witch and her itchy witches, sniffing and covorting in crazy wigs as they plot to squish & squelch every single child in England.

When:     15-16 June 2019
Where:    Shouson Theatre, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $250, Ticketflap

 

Swire Sunday Family Series: Ode to Shakespeare

In this Shakespeare-themed family concert, you will enjoy music inspired by Romeo & Juliet, Othello and more. Suitable for ages 3 and up.

When:     23 June 2019
Where:    Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Tickets:  From $180, HK Phil

 

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Lion Witch and the Wardrobe

Based on the famous works of C.S. Lewis, join in on this performance and walk through the wardrobe into a whole new world, in which the utilitarian regime of an icy Queen of Narnia threatens to maintain a perpetual winter. Join Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy on their epic quest to overthrow the pretender queen and waken the enlivening spring.

When:     28-29 June 2019
Where:    McAulay Studio, Wan Chai
Tickets:  From $200, Ticketflap

 

Things to Do With Kids: July 2019

Shek-O Challenge

Sheko Challenge

More than 500 sports lovers, parents and kids, locals and expats will gather in Shek O to join in the traditional 2.2K Shek-O Challenge Swim or team up with friends to run or paddle, or both in the unique Trisolothon. “Fresh Fish” and Kids swim, a 600m loop for under 18s and new open water swimmers is a great introduction to open water swimming.

When:     6 July 2019
Where:    Big Wave Bay
For more information:  Facebook Event

 

Miku Expo 2019

Hatsune Miku

Hatsune Miku is a virtual Japanese Singer, a 16-year old girl with a unique voice and prodigious energy. The show uses a computer generated voice and 3D graphics to perform on stage and comes along with a variety of sub events such as exhibitions and workshops where fans can meet up and share different aspects of the creative fan culture surrounding Hatsune Miku.

When:     27 July 2019
Where:    Star Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $380, HK Ticketing

 

Things to Do With Kids: August 2019

Paw Patrol Live: ‘The Great Pirate Adventure’

Pirate Day

X barks the spot on the new tour of Paw Patrol Live! ‘The Great Pirate Adventure!’ It’s Pirate Day in Adventure Bay and Mayor Goodway is getting ready for a big celebration! But first Ryder and his team of pirate pups must rescue Cap’n Turbot from a mysterious cavern.

When:     3-4 August 2019
Where:    Star Hall, KITEC
Tickets:  From $250, HK Ticketing

 

Things to Do With Kids: September 2019

Madagascar the Musical

Madagascar the Musical

Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and those hilarious plotting penguins as they bound on to the stage in this musical adventure based on the smash hit DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar.

When:     12-15 September 2019
Where:    Lyric Theatre, HKAPA
Tickets:  $395, HK Ticketing

 

Things to Do With Kids: October 2019

Matilda: The Music

The spectacular and heart-warming story of Matilda features a little girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and challenge those above her, changing her own future.

When:     20 September – 6 October 2019
Where:    Lyric Theatre, HKAPA
Tickets:  From $445, HK Ticketing

 

nottoobig Mega Baby Expo

nottoobig baby expo

The nottoobig Mega Baby Expo will return to wow parents and little fans with amazing themed decorations, exciting games, special programs and the latest products within the Baby and Children industry.

When:     31 October – 3 November 2019
Where:    KITEC Star Hall
For more information:  Facebook Page  

 

If you have an event you think HK HUB readers would love, email [email protected] to request a free listing in our What’s On Guide.

 

For even more events in Hong Kong, check out our full list of What’s On here. 

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Melanie Grosjean is a full-time mommy and part-time writer who left the U.S. for Asia several years ago and never looked back. Nowadays, she spends as much time traveling with her husband and toddler as possible. When she isn’t on the road or squeezed into economy class, you can find her sipping an iced latte or blogging at www.adventurefamilylife.com.


 


Where to Get Organic Beauty Products in Hong Kong: 10 of the Best Local Beauty Brands

If you're looking to add more natural products to your beauty regimen, we've got you covered with 10 great local picks.

9 Apr 2019 — By Kate Farr, Rachel Read / Beauty / Wellness
Natural Beauty Products

If you’re concerned about the health impact of what you put on your skin, you’re not the only one. There’s a growing movement towards cleaner, greener beauty products, with beauty industry trade fair Cosmoprof Asia dedicating space to 120 eco-exhibitors in 2018, and Sai Ying Pun eco-store Live Zero recently launching a whole new store dedicated to packaging-free beauty. So if you’ve been wondering where to get organic beauty products in Hong Kong, read on, as we introduce ten of the best locally produced natural beauty brands.

 

Coconut Matter

row of all natural lip balms

One of the pioneers of Hong Kong’s natural beauty scene, Coconut Matter’s range combines pure Solomon Islands coconut oil with other natural ingredients to create products that are as effective as they are eco-friendly. Hand-poured lipsticks and balms add a moisturising pop of colour, while plastic-free deodorant keeps you fresh without alcohol, aluminium or other allergens. The range also includes body butters, hand balms and soaps, all essential oil-infused to leave your bathroom smelling pleasingly like a spa.

 

Bathe To Basics

Bathe to Basics soap

Founded in 2011, Bathe To Basics were one of the first homegrown brands to champion natural, organic skincare, bath and body products – all proudly handmade in Hong Kong. Their light and airy boutique in PMQ is an Instagrammer’s dream, and is filled to the brim with their beautiful range of products, including bar soaps, cleanser, face and body oils, and even toothpaste. They also offer refill stations for their liquid body and hand soaps, shampoo and conditioner, so don’t forget to recycle your bottles.

Bathe To Basics, Shop 403, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2858 8135; see more locations for their refill stations here

 

Native Essentials

Native Essentials

Native Essentials answers the question “where to get organic beauty products in Hong Kong?” with a high-performance organic cosmeceutical line that promises an aromatic sensory skincare experience. The range currently offers everything you need to achieve beautiful skin, including cleansers, exfoliators, masks, moisturisers and facial oils – all of which showcase nature’s most potent ingredients, and are 100% cruelty-free. Stay tuned over the next few months for the brand’s relaunch, which founder Daniela Pelonara tells us will include a tightly-edited line of modular products that can be mix and matched according to your complexion’s needs for an effective, fuss-free daily skincare routine.

 

Purearth

Pure Earth natural cosmetics

This luxurious Ayurveda-inspired skin and bodycare line focuses on botanical organic and biodynamic ingredients sourced responsibly from the Himalayas – with nutrient-rich powerhouses like sea buckthorn berry and frankincense oil starring in their products. You won’t find any nasty fillers, additives, synthetic colours or artificial fragrances in Purearth’s formulations, which are created in small batches in their zero-waste studio in Hong Kong. We aren’t the only fans – their Wild Rosehip Face Oil, Mandarin Body Butter and Himalayan Salt Body Polish have all won beauty awards from Harper’s Bazaar India too.

Purearth Studio (by appointment), 6F Cheung Hing Building, 12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong, +852 6080 0045

 

Natasha Moor

Natural Lipsticks by Natasha Moor

When Hong Kong-based makeup artist Natasha Moor found herself having to combine different shades of lipsticks to make the perfect colours for her clients, she decided to go one better and create her own beauty brand. Moor’s cosmetics line comprises over 30 shades of ultra-pigmented, long-lasting Silk Suede and Molten Matte lipsticks – and she’s just added a new range of concealers too. All Moor’s products are cruelty, paraben and sulfate-free, whilst a percentage of profits are donated to charitable organisations devoted to helping and empowering women.

 

So Good Botanicals

So Good Botanicals

Frustrated with searching for where to get organic beauty products in Hong Kong, So Good Botanicals was born – a line of all-natural, cruelty-free, plant-based products designed to nurture and nourish your skin. Lovingly handmade with zero toxic chemicals, fillers or synthetics, the focus here is on ingredients rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and essential fatty acids – and the resulting range of supercharged serums, moisturisers, face masks and body polishes are certain to have your skin glowing in thanks.

 

Esscentric

Essentric cosmetics

Whilst the clean beauty movement has come on leaps in recent years, natural perfumes still aren’t the easiest find – but we’re lucky enough to have some created right in our own backyard! Esscentric’s fragrances use dozens of pure essential oils blended together to create highly original, long-lasting scents, featuring ingredients like amber, jasmine and neroli. Each perfume can be purchased alone or packaged in a leather holster with a detachable chain – turning your fragrance into a nifty fashion statement.

Available to buy from 10thShop 

 

Eko Savon

Eko Savon soap made in Hong Kong

Proudly made in Hong Kong – Fo Tan, to be precise – Eko Savon offers a range of everyday essentials such as soap, body lotion and hair conditioner bars, along with facial moisturisers and even solid dish soap. Using cold-process methods and eschewing plastic packaging, artificial additives, animal fats and palm oil, their products aim to be good for both your skin and the environment. If you’ve ever fancied trying your hand at crafting your own products, then the brand’s regular workshops will give you all the skills needed to DIY.

 

Bahia Cosmetics

Bahia Cosmetics line

By introducing naturally antioxidant and anti-inflammatory argan and prickly pear seed oils to Hong Kong, Bahia Cosmetics’ founder Loubna Halty has lifted the lid on centuries of Moroccan beauty secrets. The range – which also includes rose water toner, a rhassoul clay mask and softening Moroccan black soap – uses only organic ingredients, all ethically sourced from Berber women’s cooperatives and then packaged using 100% recyclable materials.

 

einnoc 

Einnoc natural beauty products

Producing soaps, solid shampoo bars, multi-purpose balms and toxin-free toothpaste, einnoc make the most of natural, organic ingredients to create their minimally packaged everyday essentials. The brand also produces a curated range of therapeutic essential oil blends – stress-busting, cold-fighting and headache-soothing rollerballs that fit neatly in your purse, helping to relieve symptoms without painkillers.

Available to buy from Live Zero, Wellness 360, Eartheries and Moksa Slow Beauty

 

If you’re exploring natural beauty and wellness you might also enjoy this roundup of natural and hollistic therapies to try in Hong Kong. 

 


 


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