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Welcome to Suneeta Cosmetics London!

This is our small family business, for which I hand-make all of our completely natural, fresh, vegan and chemical-free skincare products.

Our recipes are based on the ancient philosophy of Ayurveda, renowned for enhancing well-being, with my own original twist, to make wholesome natural skincare products.

Much love, Suneeta xx


Our handmade skincare is all 100% vegan and cruelty free, made using nothing but natural ingredients from Mother Nature! 

Better for you, your family and the environment. 

Zero Waste

Take a look at our completely plastic-free and eco-friendly products, either unpackaged or with biodegradable packaging


Tips and Tricks for Healthy Hair

Tips and Tricks for Healthy Hair

A number of close friends have experienced hair fall for various reasons; some medical, some genetic and some even stress-related.

If, like me, you have bleached your hair, regularly use heat through it, swim in chlorinated swimming water, fry your hair in the sun, or even just expose your hair regularly to highly polluted areas, this can all contribute to long-lasting negative effects on the quality of your strands. We all know that hair related issues can make you feel quite self-conscious and so with the following little tips and tricks, you might regain hair density and shine, and self confidence!

1. Eat well for your hair!

As I’m sure many of you know diet is one of the most important parts of skin and body health, but it is equally important for hair growth and strength. Treating the inside to benefit the outside is key.

A lack of the right nutrients, including vitamins A, C, D and E, zinc, B vitamins like biotin, protein and essential fatty acids may stunt hair growth or re-growth.

Essential Oils and how we can use them

Essential Oils and how we can use them

We’ve written this post to inform of some the benefits of using essential oils and the effect they have on the body and general well-being.

The popularity of essential oils has increased alongside the surge of interest in alternative therapies such as aromatherapy, massage, meditative practices and Reiki. They can be blended or used individually in many different ways to maximise the multitude of benefits of each type of oil.

How do our bodies take in essential oils?

 To put simply, you reap the benefits of essential oils through your own bodily senses, namely through your nose, skin, and through taste (though not commonly recommended). This simple concept in itself promotes a sense of mindfulness.

Four Surprising Hydrating Skincare Items

Four Surprising Hydrating Skincare Items

Face scrubs are used to remove dry and dead skin cells, to reveal healthier skin underneath. We don’t think of them as hydrating, in fact usually you would moisturise after exfoliating because scrubs can often make you feel a bit dry.

This Aloe and Jojoba Scrub, however, will make your skin feel so moisturised and soft, thanks to its carefully chosen natural ingredients, that you won’t even need to use moisturiser afterwards!

Aloe Vera is beautifully skin softening, and will keep you hydrated all day. Vegetable glycerin pulls moisture to your skin, plumping and hydrating. Fuller’s Earth clay removes toxins and impurities, without stripping your skin of moisture. Jojoba beads gently buff away dead skin cells and dry skin, allowing the moisture ingredients of this scrub to better penetrate the skin. Sandalwood Oil is slightly astringent and tightens open pores...

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