This brand is what the English call a "kitchen table business", an idea conceived on the kitchen table, a family project. The origin of Bloom & Blossom traces back to a kitchen table in 2010, and we picture a wooden table with flowers and two cups of tea, one for Julia and the other for Christina. These two English women have worked in the City and written for Condé Nast.
Their lives are “wonderfully complicated” in their own words, and they wanted to produce skincare formulas with real ingredients to tackle real problems for real people. They were after easy-to-use products to achieve quick results even on the laziest day.
Bloom & Blossom has nothing to hide under the tag. All formulas look good, smell good, and feel good, filled with good ingredients with a right to be there. Julia and Christina also have the right to be here.
Sustainability is the main pillar for Bloom & Blossom, and that shows in four basic areas:
Packaging. By the end of 2021, all plastic used will be recycled.
Minimizing the carbon footprint. All products are made in the UK using local ingredients.
Helping others. They support Action for Children.
Workplace. They work with a local, diverse team and they look happy for what we’ve seen.
Finding a good brand implies finding good products with good intentions. Bloom & Blossom has them both.