Lifestyle brand Ubiety has launched its first collection of luxurious, natural, ethical skincare and wellbeing products online in support of Wiltshire’s Dorothy House Hospice Care.
The company was set up to provide the charity with a new income stream and shares its passion for holistic wellbeing. Ubiety sources its products from local companies and all profits from Ubiety go directly to Dorothy House.
Dorothy House Hospice Care expects its number of patients to double by 2025 and Ubiety will form an important part of its funding over the coming years.
The brand’s initial collection of six products uses natural ingredients and includes a hand wash, hand lotion, body salve, lip balm, facial mist and scented candle. The new skincare and wellbeing range is designed to appeal to customers of all ages looking for quality products from an ethical and socially responsible company.
Ubiety prides itself on providing a fully sustainable product range that uses only vegan and environmentally-friendly ingredients whilst placing emphasis on making people feel better through using and gifting the products and through funding charitable community care.
Marianne Cantelo, Ubiety Co-Founder at Dorothy House in Winsley said, “With a generous offer to develop a range of products for us there was an opportunity to reflect the Hospice’s emphasis on holistic care and wellbeing in a luxurious new brand that generates income for the charity.”
Cathy Biggs, Founder of Limelight, a home fragrance manufacturer based near Bath added, “We are thrilled to be part of the Ubiety team and so pleased that all the profits raised will go directly to this wonderful local charity which helps so many. The blend of essential oils in the candle we’ve made for Ubiety is divine, gently soothing and relaxing, just like walking in a woodland.”
For information visit the Ubiety website.