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Friday, January 29, 2010

Eco Wedding Categories

I know that the idea can be daunting because the concept is new and information and suppliers for green weddings seem to be in hiding.  I have spoken to a number of suppliers and will be discussing each section and adding suppliers at a later stage, so keep checking back to source possible service providers.



  • Jewelry: Fair Trade and Recycled Jewelry.
  • Invitations and Stationery: Recycled Paper, E-Invites and E-albums. 
  • Beauty and Health: Organic, Fair Trade and Bio-degradable packaging.
  • Venues and Transportation: Have ceremony and wedding in one place reducing driving.  Use horse drawn carriage for your entrance.
  • Bridal Attire: Rent, rent, rent! or if you must buy use fair trade fabrics that are eco friendly like silk, hemp or cotton.
  • Bridesmaids Attire: Let your bridesmaids wear there own dresses, just apply a colour scheme.
  • Table settings and decor: Rent, rent, rent.  Once again, try not to buy anything, its not necessary, use suppliers to rent all your tables, tents, chairs and decorations.  They have spared no expense when they bought the goods and you can probably find linen tablecloths and napkins, silverware, crockery, candelabras etc.
  •  Flowers:  Use organic, seasonal and local florists.  Donate to a charity or old age home thereafter.
  •  Catering:  Local and organic.  Check with your caterer or venue that they only use local produce and that the most of the food and drink is organic. (Next blog will be on organic wines)
  • Favors:  Make your own, my absolute favorite at the moment are the bird seed hearts.  They are very easy to make and look so beautiful. 
  • Gifts: If you are just starting out choose an on line eco friendly registry or keep looking at my blog and I will show you some really amazing products that are eco certified. However, you could also give people the option to donate to a charity of your choice.  If you already have everything, this would be a wonderful initiative.  
  • Photography:  This is really simple, keep all the photographs digital, this way you only print the photographs that you love and you can post them with ease to your online wedding album.  Be sure to send me some of your photographs, so that I can show the world, your green wedding.
  • Honeymoons:  Try and keep your honeymoon local and make it an eco adventure.  Remember that offsetting your flights and encourage your guests to do the same, if they have flown to your wedding.
  • Green Planner:  Use my green wedding planner to get more in depth information.



During the next few months, I will be showcasing and testing a number of products from local suppliers, for you.  I am hoping that you will eventually be able to find all the information you would need on my blog and my website.  My website www.myecowedding.co.za will be up and running soon, so keep watching this space.  I will also be allocating eco wedding hearts to each supplier or service provider, under the various categories.  At the moment I am investigating South African organic wine farms.  They will be providing their contact details so that you can purchase the wines directly from them.


Thanks for coming by and remember "be the change that you want to see in the world"


Faye
These images have been found on the web and do not belong to me, nor do I claim them as my own.  I do have to say though, they are beautiful and you can get some fabulous ideas from them.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Johannesburg Eco Wedding Venues

Elza Smit, of the Forum was kind enough to answer some questions about 2 of their venues, namely The Forum and Turbine Hall.  Both of these venues are truly stunning and are making some major headway in going green.  The joy of using venues like these is that they have done most of the hard work for you.  This leaves space to be as creative as possible, safe in the knowledge that the environment is being taken care of.  A few blogs ago, I gave you a list of questions to ask your potential venue and I gave the same list of questions to Elza.  All her answers are below.  The Forum does not only do wedding functions, but also corporate events.  Please find their contact details above each venue.


The Campus and Turbine Hall gets 4 eco wedding hearts.






THE FORUM / THE CAMPUS

The forum | the campus is in the campus office park, 57 Sloane ave, Bryanston.
tel :      011-575-4208
fax:      011-576-4208


  1. Do you use eco friendly lighting?

    • We use motion sensor lights inside the building and inside our basement parking area. The lights are controlled by movement sensors which switch off when there has been no movement, leaving only a few lights operational in case of an emergency.
    • At night, the lights are switched off, with only pole lighting switched on in the garden – for security purposes.
    • Lights –All globes were changed from 80watt to 26 watt compact fluorescent lamps.

  1. How much power do you use for a single wedding?

·         At the campus every effort is being made to conserve energy. Lights are switched off when there is no need, we don’t let chiller plants run unnecessarily and we do not allow heaters to come on unnecessarily. The kitchens are powered by gas, and the power usage is dependent on the amount of extra lighting required

  1. When you use candles, do you use soy candles?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Can you arrange an outdoor wedding?

·         Yes, the forum | the campus has a lovely courtyard suitable for outdoor weddings.
·         There is also a grass oval available, where weddings can take place in the centre of the campus office park.
·         Bedouin tents are used especially for outdoor functions such as weddings – and also in the case of rain on your wedding day.

  1. Do you use a low irrigation system?

    • Yes – the sprinkler system is run automatically.
    • When and if it rains we switch the sprinkler system off.  

  1. Do you use organic and local produce?

    • We have our own farm and all the fruit and veg that we use comes from the farm and is organic.
    • If we need to source other products we always use local farmers.
    • We get our fish from farmers close by i.e. the trout is sourced from Magaliesburg.
    • All our chicken comes from a farmer in the JHB region
    • Only when there is a strange request for a product that is not seasonal or within the SA region will we import a product.


  1. Do you provide transport for large numbers to attend?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you use recycled paper for invitations, place cards, menus, seating arrangements etc?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you offer eco friendly gift solutions to your wedding couples?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you recycle decorations?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you use local florists and in season flowers.  Also do you attempt to minimise on cut flowers and do you donate the flowers to any hospitals or old age homes after the wedding

·         We have our own in house florist and we use seasonal flowers. We minimize on cut flowers and re-use flowers around the venues

  1. What kind of waste management do you have?

·         All our waste is separated into Glass/Paper/Plastic categories and is collected by a waste recycling company called Wet Waste.

  1. Do you recycle at the bar and use local beers and organic wines?

    • We recycle at the bar as previously mentioned, but stock a wide range of drinks, including imported liquor. If however a bride requests only local and organic drinks, we can easily accommodate the request

  1. Do you decant from tins and bottles?

    • Yes we separate glass and metal and recycle accordingly

THE FORUM / TURBINE HALL

tel :      011-575-4208
fax:      011-576-4208




  1. Do you use eco friendly lighting?

    • Turbine hall consists of 3 levels, the top level houses the glasshouse, where 3 of the 4 walls are made out of glass, thus providing maximum natural light into the building. There are also circular skylights in the building, serving the same purpose.
    • From the outside of the building, the low density [large volume of windows in front of the building] of the development allows the sun into the green urban space.
    • Light sensitive lights are used for lights situated near windows. -  

  1. How much power do you use for a single wedding?

·         The kitchens are powered by gas, and the power usage is dependent on extra lighting being required

  1. When you use candles, do you use soy candles?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue
  1. Can you arrange an outdoor wedding?

    • There is a courtyard available in front of turbine hall that could accommodate a small wedding “in the city”. The courtyard consists of a mounded garden, a surprising green space or “soft” interior within the city. “The garden acts as a social and geometric focus for the complex and counterpoints the tough industrial environment of the interior”
 taken from: turbine square – a heritage of power, 2008 AngloGold Ashanti/Tiber group

  1. Do you use a low irrigation system?

    • 50% of the landscape is designed to thrive on little water
    • Irrigation system sub-surface micro-drip to avoid water loss through evaporation
    • 60% of the soft landscape does not require mechanical equipment [e.g. lawn cutting] and/or artificial inputs such as weed killers and pesticides
            - taken from: turbine square – a heritage of power, 2008 AngloGold Ashanti/Tiber group

  1. Do you use organic and local produce?

    • We have our own farm and all the fruit and vegetables that we use is organic.
    • For product not sourced from our farm we use  local farmers
    • We get our fish from farmers close by i.e. the trout will be sourced from Magaliesburg
    • All our chicken comes from a farmer in the JHB region
    • Only when there is a strange request for a product that is not seasonal or within the SA region will we import a product.

  1. Do you provide transport for large numbers to attend?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you use recycled paper for invitations, place cards, menus, seating arrangements etc?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you offer eco friendly gift solutions to your wedding couples?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you recycle decorations?

    • These aspects are organised by the relevant wedding coordinator, not the venue

  1. Do you use local florists and in season flowers.  Also do you attempt to minimise on cut flowers and do you donate the flowers to any hospitals or old age homes after the wedding?

·         We have our own in house florist and we use seasonal flowers. We minimize on cut flowers and re-use flowers around the venues

  1. What kind of waste management do you have?

·         All our waste are separated into Glass/Paper/Plastic categories and collected by a company called wet waste who recycles all the waste

  1. Do you recycle at the bar and use local beers and organic wines?

    • We recycle at the bar as previously mentioned, but stock a wide range of drinks, including imported liquor. If however a bride requests only local and organic drinks, we can easily accommodate the request

  1. Do you decant from tins and bottles?

    • Yes we separate glass and metal and recycle accordingly.

Not only has The Forum thought about providing 2 very beautiful venues, but they have also taken into account the impact that an event, be it a wedding or a function, can have on the environment.  The venues offer an indoor wedding venue and an outdoor wedding venue, providing tents and beautiful courtyards.  

Monday, January 25, 2010

Eco Wedding Planner

Planning Timeline



6 to 12 Months Ahead



  • Start by considering what type of wedding you have always dreamed of.  Will it be formal or Informal, large or small, a daytime picnic celebration or an evening wedding.  Also think about where and when you would like to have your wedding.   All these things will impact the budget and cost of your wedding.
  • Set the budget. If your or your future parents in law are helping with the payment of your wedding, try and include everyone in the budget discussion.  Remember that an elegant and stylish wedding does not have to be store bought; a natural wedding can be even more romantic and personal.
  • Finalize the wedding date.
  • Hire an eco wedding planner if you are to busy, they have some fabulous ideas and have connections which are worthwhile in keeping within budgets. You can also make use of my blog to find suppliers.
  • Compile a guest list in order to establish how many guests you will have to cater for. 
  • Book your venue and ceremony.  It is always best to have the reception at the same place as the ceremony; this reduces the emissions of travel from one venue to another.
  • Start making a bridal party list, with maid of honor, bridesmaids and best men.
  • Start looking around for a perfect dress.  Shop vintage stores, dress rental companies and then dressmakers. If you are having a dress made use organic cotton, hemp and silk.  Use stores that you know have bought these fabrics using fair trade ethics.  Try Hemporium in Cape Town.
  • Book an eco friendly florist and be specific about your flower choices, your reusing ideas and arrangements. Keep all flowers organic and seasonal.
  •  Book an officiant.
  • Reserve a caterer if you plan on having an outdoor wedding or are not using a venue for your ceremony.  Remember to use a caterer who uses local and organic food in new and interesting ways. Also, if you are vegan and are considering a vegan menu, spend time with the caterer to induce some mouth watering meals.
  • Book photographers, videographers and musicians or disk jockeys for your special day.  Remember to ask the photographer to use a digital camera, that way you will only print what you need and post the rest on a website.  A string quartet is also a lovely addition to a daytime wedding and uses a lot less energy.
  • It is important to book your honeymoon.  Remember there are quite a few South African eco friendly destinations with wonderful eco tours and accommodation.  There are also some fantastic places hidden away in their natural surroundings, offering little or no impact to the environment.  Remember to offset your flights once you have booked them.
  • Order wedding stationery.  Remember to use recycled paper and soy or vegetable ink on your invitations, thank you cards and reply cards.  Otherwise there are some fabulous e-vite sites that help you send automatic invitations to guests e mail addresses. 
  • Order your organic wedding cake.



4 to 6 Months Ahead


  • When you register for gifts, register at places that support local communities and organizations that use the eco friendly ethos in their businesses.  You could also register for a charity of your choice and have guests donate money to that charity instead of buying gifts.
  • Confirm postal and email addresses for guest list. 
  • Purchase wedding rings –  always buy fair trade diamonds.
  • Have your groom reserve his suit or if he is purchasing a suit, ask him to make it a suit he would wear again.
  • Discuss your attendants outfits with them and come up with a colour scheme. 
  • Finalise lingerie and jewelry, as well as other accessories.
  • Start organizing your wedding favors, if you are making them yourself, allocate time to get this done.
  • Organise transportation to the venue or ceremony for guests.
  • Help out of town guests find accommodation in an eco friendly establishment, so that they can learn something and have a new experience in line with your values.
  • Book a room for your wedding night at a hotel that has green or at least some eco principles.  
  • Make final decisions on your flowers, table arrangements and decorations.
  • Confirm all your arrangements with your suppliers.
  • If your caterer does not already have equipment, reserve rental equipment such as tables, chairs, and linens.  Confirm all your arrangements with your suppliers.
  • Finalize your eco honeymoon plans.
  •  Discuss and finalise details with your officiant regarding your ceremony details, vows, music etc.
  • Finalise your menu.



2 to 4 Months Ahead


  • Plan ahead for the ceremony.  You may want to think about a program (recycled paper, soy ink).
  • Plan the reception.  Make sure that all your suppliers have a copy and that everyone including the venue is happy with the schedule of events.  Also make sure that the master of ceremonies has a copy to stick to, as well as your maid of honor, so that you might be as relaxed and care free on your day.
  • If you are having a traditional first dance, discuss the music with your DJ or musicians playing at your wedding.  Also discuss some sort of playlist for the wedding.
  • Schedule rehearsal time and a rehearsal dinner.
  • Practice your first dance with an instructor.
  • Book your trial hair and your actual hair appointment at the same time.  Also book manicures and spa treatment.  Have a nice massage the week before with a facial, and you are sure to glow on your day. Remember to use organic and eco friendly products.  You could make your own and have a home spa with your bridesmaids.



1 to 2 Months Ahead

  • Take care of paperwork
  • Obtain marriage license.
  • Prepare name change documents if needed.
  • Send change-of-address information to post office.
  • Look over insurance policies (car, life, medical, and home) to see if any changes will be necessary.
  • Make appointments for blood tests if required.
  • Contact local newspapers about publishing your wedding announcement. Take care of paperwork
  • Finalise wedding guest list numbers.
  • Have your final dress fitting, be sure to bring all accessories, including jewelry, veil and shoes.
2 to 4 Weeks Ahead


  • Notify caterer or venue of guest numbers for food and table seating’s.
  • Begin seating plan for reception and make place cards.
  • Make sure that the bridal party is aware of the schedules for the ceremony and the reception.  Also make sure that they are happy with their tasks and understand their assignments.


1 Week Ahead


  • Confirm final headcount.
  • Reconfirm honeymoon details, and provide travel itinerary to family member or friend in the event of an emergency.
  • Pack for honeymoon.
  • Make sure that groom and wedding party are on track with their attire and have plans to pick up rented formalwear.
  • Have your manicure and massage.
  • Reconfirm transportation arrangements for ceremony and reception.


1 Day Ahead


  • Rehearse the ceremony, enjoy a relaxing rehearsal dinner with family and friends and have a run-through of responsibilities.
  • Prepare tip and payment envelopes for officiant and vendors, and arrange for the best man to distribute them.
  • Arrange for the return of rentals after the wedding, and plan for delivery of flowers to hospitals or nursing homes and leftover food to homeless or childrens charities, most eco friendly establishments have charities in place for left overs and this should ideally be covered by the venue.
  • Give the rings to the best man.


Wedding Day


  • Have a fabulous, eco friendly, stress free day with family and friends.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Eco Wedding Inspiration Boards from all over the web.


 How beautiful a daisy can be.

 Breads, cheese and cracking organic salads

 Outdoor wedding tables

 Vintage wedding dresses
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Thursday, January 21, 2010

A real wedding.








Melissa and Charles’ Eco Wedding
Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.





I had the privilege of being a bridesmaid at Melissa and Charles’ eco wedding.  They live on a farm in Plettenberg Bay and had their wedding ceremony and reception there.  The ceremony was held in a valley on the farm, which resonated like a natural amphitheatre.  She wore a beautiful green strapless dress and the rest of the bridesmaids wore beige and green.  We were able to use our own dresses but had to stick to the colour scheme of beige and green.  Melissa came down the hill on her favourite horse and the bridesmaids were lead by a man playing a flute.  A Buddhist ceremony and a pagan ceremony where performed and a joyous “tying of the knot” was witnessed by family and friends. 

The reception was held in a draped tent, that had been hired for the occasion and barn tables with benches were adorned with daisies and Blue Felicia’s (an indigenous daisy like flower, found in the Eastern Cape).  Melissa borrowed vases and jugs from family and friends.  A feast of organic salads and breads were followed by steak and chicken and chocolate cupcakes. 

The conversation flowed as did the wine and the food that just kept coming.  It was fabulous and unashamedly eco. 

Some pictures from Melissa and Charles’ wedding














Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Venues and Transportation



One of the first decisions you will make is where your wedding will be held.  It is important to try and find alternative means to get your guests to your wedding.  You could encourage your guests to car pool or hire a bus that will transport a large quantity of guests at a time to your venue of choice.  Remember that travel, whether by air or road, has a huge impact on the environment and so good transport planning is extremely important.  If you have guests that are travelling by air, encourage them to offset their flights.
The venue should also be eco friendly and take your environmental concern seriously. At the end of this blog, I have included registered eco friendly venues in the different locations of Africa.  Be aware, that these venues have undergone a stringent and painstaking process to ensure that they are legitimately eco friendly and not green washing their advertising or sales of their premises.   Some of these organizations can also help you organize a low emission wedding.  It is a good idea to hold your ceremony and your reception in one location.  It helps with costs and the goal of your wedding, saving the environment.  The other factors  to consider in your assessment of venue choice, is size of the venue, power required to illuminate your wedding, power required to cook and the serving of drinks.  If you are having an eco wedding, an outdoor location is always a good idea.  Serve organic salads and vegetables with warm foods created by fire or gas.  Lighting plays a major role in an evening wedding.  Lots of candles create a romantic and beautiful effect and can really illuminate the area without causing too much damage to the environment.  A wonderful new product called a sky lantern can be set free into the air above your guests and small flickering lights will float, weightlessly in the air above.  They are bio degradable and are magnificent to behold. 


Here are a few questions to ask your venue, to ensure that they are green?


· They recycled everything they can
· They use organic ingredients in their catered food
· They donate leftover food
· The venue is cleaned with environmentally friendly cleaning products
· Only real linens are used (no plastic tablecloths)
· The staff encourages couples to give guests edible or  recyclable favors to minimize waste

· Plastic use is minimized as much as possible
· They serve food and drinks in glassware, which is reusable or bio degradable
· They use environmentally friendly light bulbs.
· Low-water irrigation systems are used



Some Eco Friendly wedding venue sites in Africa
www.sa-venues.com/limpopo/weddings/belabela.php
www.saweddingvenues.com/beach-wedding-venues.aspx
www.stay-mozambique.co.za/nampula-accommodation-nuarro.php
blog.sa-venues.com/provinces/ecofriendly-accommodations/
www.randomharvestfarm.co.za (also supply seed gifts and can only provide accomdation.)
www.saweddingvenues.com
www.cape-winelands.co.za


Remembering that the outdoors is the best place to have your wedding, you can also contact your local botanical gardens or a picnic spot. Beach or Bush an outdoors wedding is in my opinion, beautiful.  You will have to get a permit to have your wedding on the beach or in a botanical garden.  If you have decided to have a bush wedding the venue itself will arrange your wedding.  


If you have a large garden or a member of your family does, then have a garden wedding.  These are personal and intimate and can be gorgeous.  Think long tables with benches, borrow vases from friends and family and place seasonal, cut flowers into them.  Hire a tent, with draping and led lights.  Cover the tables with linen tablecloths and use lemons as name place holders.  Keep everything simple and serve salads in large serving dishes, with fresh breads.  You could also serve organic tapanade and other pates.  Get a caterer to grill fish on the braai and serve.  Organic champagne can be held in ice buckets on the tables.  These are just a few suggestions, but remember an intimate garden wedding is stunning and it will leave you with enough money to enjoy an eco honeymoon somewhere special.  Just remember to offset your flight.


Thanks for stopping by.





Faye

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Invitations and Stationery



Let me start by saying that I am still trying to get the hang of blogging and I apologise if its layout is not of the best quality.  I have posted some blogs and images of invitations that I have found on the web.  Hope that you enjoy them and that you find some creative inspiration.  www.cool-invitation-ideas.com has exactly that, cool d.i.y invitation ideas and they are truly fabulous.  Remember to source recycled paper if you are going to do your own wedding invitations.  If you are using a designer and want them printed, please, once again ask for recycled paper.  Alot of chlorine and chemicals go into making paper and most importantly it involves the unnecessary chopping down of trees, vital to our survival on this planet.  I personally love tactile, printed wedding invitations, they are always so beautiful and set the tone of your wedding, incorporating your colours and themes. I do however reiterate the use of recycled paper.  You can also make your own paper by blending used paper and leaves or flowers in a blender.  Mix with water and glue and stretch over pantyhose on a rectangular, reshaped coat hanger.  Dont be wasteful.  I know that traditionally there are save the date cards, programs, seating charts, menus, name place cards and thank you cards, but if you have chosen to have an eco friendly wedding and lets face it, even if you havent, it truly is a waste of money and of paper.  Another fabulous option is the e-invite, try www.designbetty.com there are hundreds of invitations that you can change to suit your special design needs.  Make the changes and the free e-vites, save the dates and thank you cards will be sent to your inbox.  All you have to do is send them to your guests and wait for your inbox to fill with replies.  Its up to you, thereafter what you print and what you dont.  I think that programs are a serious waste of time, paper and money.  Seating charts, name place cards and menus are important.  People need to know where they have been seated.  Once again use recycled paper and take inspiration from nature.  Use 1 menu per table and have one large seating chart.  Here are some inspirational ideas for seating: Hope you find inspiration here.




  Thanks for coming....

Faye

Wednesday, January 6, 2010



I am a real girl when it comes to beauty and cosmetic products.  I love nice smelling creams and lotions as well as products that make your skin soft and bring out your inner glow. In my research for my book, I have come across a surprisingly huge amount of local, organic and earth friendly beauty products. The problem with earth friendly products is that marketing becomes very difficult, advertising your product by general means goes against the grain, or the tree, so to speak.  The internet and word of mouth are your only avenues.  This being said, South Africans are not happy to purchase items online either, fearing for the safety of their bank accounts and scam artists.  I therefore feel obligated to inform you of some of the amazing local products that we actually have available.  Packaging is recyclable and earth friendly, as are the ingredients.  This makes sense for your health and for the environment.  Many brides want to change their look completely when they get married, but I personally think that just being in the moment of getting married brings a glow like no other.  Stay fresh and natural, enhancing your best features.  If you exercise, drink lots of water, eat organic fruit and vegetables and cut down on caffeine and alcohol you will look your best. A good beauty plan is extremely important and if you can keep your skin in perfect condition with some delicious creams and cleaning products, even better.  Once again the images that I have attached are not my own and belong to the companies that I am showcasing.  I will attempt to get brides to try each and every product in time and give you a green rating as well as a product promise rating. 




Here are a few South African, organic and earth friendly products.
Hemporium,
The Victorian Garden Collection - Original / African Indigenous Collection /Royal Tudor Collection /Victorian Baby Collection

Enchantrix

Hemptons

Naturals Beauty

Simplicite

Better Earth
Soil
Wild Olive
Aroma Dough
SoyLites
The Olive Workshop

Rare Earth

African Bliss

House of Health

Pure Beginnings

Nature's Aromatherapy 

African Organics
Eco.Kid 
Esse
Natraloe


Inthusiasm

Zinziba Essential Oils
EarthnLove



You can purchase these products online from various places:-


www.naturalwise.co.za
www.onlineshopping.co.za (register and get a free R80 coupon)
www.shopmania.co.za
www.faithful-to-nature.co.za
www.harmoniousliving.co.za
www.healthmatrix.co.za

www.africanfairtradecosmetics.com


Enjoy being a girl and still caring about the environment. Oh, and watch this space for trials and hopefully some special offers from these companies.  Also, I have only listed a few but there are in excess of about 50 local, organic and earth friendly cosmetic and beauty companies in South Africa.  If you are one of these companies, leave your company details in a comment, for others to see.  I will check your site to make sure, so no green washers, please.


Yours in natural beauty.





Faye



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