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MuLondon Wins Environmental Business Award from Mayor of Lewisham

LONDON, January 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Organic skincare brand MuLondon wins the Environmental Practice Business Award from the Mayor of Lewisham, acknowledging its commitment to green practices.

The annual Business Awards recognise local organisations in the London Borough of Lewisham for entrepreneurial spirit, growth and innovation. Awarded by the Mayor of Lewisham Sir Steve Bullock, the Environmental Practice Award goes to businesses that have gone to exceptional lengths to make their practices sustainable and to help the local environment.

The judges of the Mayor of Lewisham Business Awards felt that MuLondon has a strong product and has successfully developed international sales: "MuLondon clearly demonstrates it is a businesses which is serious about addressing environmental and ethical issues."

Boris Zatezic, founder and head cream-whipper of MuLondon, says: "I founded MuLondon in 2008, as a small skincare company with a big heart and huge ambitions. The building blocks of MuLondon are stellar customer service and first-class organic, environmentally sound products. From local customers, to beauty bloggers, lifestyle editors and make-up artists around the world, MuLondon products appeal to people who share my ethos: No animal testing or ingredients, no chemicals or preservatives, certified organic and ethically sourced materials and mild and effective products. I am incredibly honoured by this award."

MuLondon's commitment to people, planet and animals is confirmed by its registrations and business affiliations: The Vegan Society, The Vegetarian Society and PETA seals. The Green America approval shows dedication to sustainability and fair labour practices throughout the whole manufacturing process. MuLondon is one of only 250 fully compliant members of The Campaign For Safe Cosmetics and is a registered Humane Corporation, which means it does not support any charities that fund or conduct animal testing. MuLondon only uses biodegradable or recycled bubble-wrap, and to minimise the carbon footprint, appropriate box size is used for each order.

MuLondon's award-winning organic, vegan and cruelty-free skincare range has become known for its unique fragrance blends and skin-balancing qualities. The moisturisers contain a unique combination of certified organic Shea Butter, Coconut Butter and Jojoba Oil, herbal extracts and essential oils that hydrate, balance and repair all types of skin, even the most sensitive. They come in varieties such as Organic Rose, Organic Lavender, Organic White Chocolate Truffle, Organic Hemp and Organic Marigold, Frankincense and Myrrh.

MuLondon's luscious yet mild cleansers are based on certified organic vegetable soap. They do not contain SLS, detergents or other man-made chemicals, which ensures that they clean gently without damaging the environment and without stripping the skin of its natural oils. In line with MuLondon's cruelty-free and environmental policy, the cleansers are also free from palm oil. The foaming cleansers are great for sensitive skin and come in three different scents: relaxing Organic Lavender, balancing and nourishing Organic Rose, and Fragrance-Free for very sensitive skin.

More information about MuLondon can be found at http://www.MuLondon.com, where customers can place secure online orders, 24/7, with affordable worldwide shipping.

Established in 2008, MuLondon is based in London, UK,  specialising in producing the finest natural and organic products for skin, body and home.  MuLondon fine products are made from pure, natural and certified organic ingredients. They contain no artificial preservatives, emulsifiers or fragrances. Instead, pure natural essential oils and herbal extracts are used to divinely scent and gently preserve.

All MuLondon products are 100% vegan and are registered by The Vegan Society  and PETA. MuLondon never uses any animal ingredients. All suppliers of ingredients to MuLondon are thoroughly vetted and and share the company's green and ethical ideals: no animal testing, proactive environmental, recycling and fair-trade policies and support for community projects.

Contact address:
MuLondon, 64C Evelyn Street, London, SE8 5DD, United Kingdom
Telephone: + 44-20-3411-8611
http://www.MuLondon.com

For further information, please contact:
Boris Zatezic, Founder and head cream-whipper, MuLondon
+44-20-3411-8611
Email via http://www.MuLondon.com/contact
Press pack can be requested at http://www.MuLondon.com/press


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