At The Circle Refill Hub all of our products are vegan certified.
Want your house to look and smell amazing without compromising on your ethics?
We would love it if everyone could take part in Veganuary and give up meat for a month but we also know for some households this feels like a giant leap to make and we wanted to offer a small step for you to take that will have an impact by choosing products that don't contain any animal by-products (a by-product can be an animal ingredient or animal-derived ingredient.)
As the saying goes, “tidy house, tidy mind” and we all want a clean and tidy home, you can't go far down your feed before you come across a Hinched house that 'inspires' you to get the latest sparkle and shine product out and give your house a good srcub, but did you know you can Hinch your house using vegan friendly products? Discover feel-good (cleaning/beauty) products at The Circle Refill Hub in Rainham. This is possibly one of the easiest steps you can take to create a more natural, kind and conscientious home, and what better time to start than Veganuary?
At The Circle Refill Hub all of our products are vegan certified from SESI and Fill Refill Co.
Vegan cleaning products work just as well as any generic brand and by choosing to refill you're also reducing plastic waste at the same time. So make it your New Years resolution to join in with Veganuary and choose vegan products and start your journey to less waste too!
Below you’ll find a list of all the vegan products we sell that are 100% cruelty free and vegan:
Hand and body lotion
From Fill Refill Co.
Washing up liquid
Dishwasher rinse aid
All purpose cleaner
We also sell Eco Vibe natural deodorant and Geoorganics mouthwash tablets that are vegan too!
Why on earth are we waffling on about being vegan with cleaning and beauty products? Are there really animal-derived ingredients in your household cleaning and beauty products?
Yes! Unfortunately, common household detergents and branded cleaning products may contain up to 10 animal-derived ingredients from a staggeringly long list of animal products.
Caprylic acid Derived from cow’s milk
Oleyl alcohol Derived from fish
Tallow Tallow is a rendered form of beef or marrow fat. Due to its texture, tallow is often used in the making of a lot of soap.
Lanolin Lanolin is derived from sheep’s wool and can be found in some fabric conditioners, lip balms and lotions; people can also develop allergies to it.
Beeswax A common ingredient that is often found in cleaning products such as furniture polish and wood polish. Derived from bees.
Animal lecithin Animal lecithin is the fatty substances found in animals’ nervous tissue.
Bristles In products such as natural brushes, cleaning brushes and paintbrushes animal hair can be used to make up the fine bristles.
Keratin Used to give you luscious hair this is a protein that is naturally found in mammals, it’s generally taken from hair, nails and horns.
Collagen Often used in anti-ageing products due to its plumping and firming effect, collagen is naturally produced in animals. In order to get the protein for beauty purposes, it is normally taken from dead animal’s bones, connective tissue and skin.
Squalene Commonly used in various moisturisers and cosmetics this ingredient is made from the oils found in the liver of sharks.
When a cleaning product is labelled as vegan, it means that it contains no animal-derived ingredients meaning none of the hidden ingredients listed above will be present.
So take your first step to plastic free and choose vegan-friendly refills today!