Ma Naturals

Plant Fibre Cleansing Pads

£8

Take the day off, the eco way.

Sometimes you need something a little different to a muslin cloth. These spongy cleansing pads are made from 100% cellulose fibre, which gently remove make-up and exfoliate skin, and can then go straight in your compost bin, totally guilt free. 

One pad lasts about a week, if used daily.  

10 pads per pack. 

Ma Naturals makes pure, gentle skincare, with ingredients only from Mother Nature’s bounty. Leaving the beauty of nature to nourish your skin, body and mind.

The idea for Ma was born after founder, Katie, was tired of suffering from bad reactions to shop-bought skincare, and could see her young daughter developing the same issues.

While studying to become a medical herbalist, Katie started making completely organic, pure products for her family and friends to use, using her expertise and love of Cornish botanicals.

We make everything by hand from a small development kitchen in Wadebridge. Our Cornish ingredients are from Cornwall, of course! Some are bought direct from suppliers, such as the Sea Buckthorn that comes from Seth Pascoe in Lostwithiel, or are homegrown, such as the rosehips and petals that we use for our infused oils or powders. Otherwise, we use organic ingredients where possible, which are all sourced from reputable traders who can guarantee provenance and sustainable practices. 

Shipping for Ma Naturals orders is FREE.

Note that this charge is for Ma Naturals products only. If you order includes products from other suppliers on www.naturallycornish.com, you will be subject to their shipping charges as well.

At naturallycornish.com we want to change ‘throw away’ consumer culture, and give people a way to buy better. For us, this means promoting sustainable, ethical, local, and well-crafted products to you, the conscious consumer who prioritises quality, longevity and well-being over faddy, fast ‘n’ cheap.

Every item bought from naturallycornish.com comes from a good place. A place of restless drive and innovation, where small, independent companies live and die by their reputations.

A place where people adapt and modernise and progress and move with the world around them in the name of betterment for all. That place is Cornwall, and we can’t think of anything more worthwhile than supporting our industries and showcasing our craft around the world.

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