Posted: Tue 18th Oct 2022

Award-winning organic beauty range using foraged ingredients launches popular new products

Business, in Wales.
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Oct 18th, 2022

A PROMINENT farm estate expanded its award-winning organic skincare range with the launch of two new products.

Wild Beauty from Rhug Estate, Corwen, is a wild foraged beauty brand founded by Lord and Lady Newborough.

The collection was unveiled during the Covid-19 pandemic and already secured a loyal following, drawn to its natural ingredients and formulas, and high sustainability credentials.

This autumn, a new Deep Cleansing Balm with Wild Berries and a Protecting Facial Oil with Bakuchiol have joined the existing Wild Beauty collection of eight skincare and five body care products, available at retail outlets including Fortnum and Mason, and John Bell & Croyden.

Lord Newborough said: “Everything we make is built on our respect for the environment and our heartfelt wish to create something truly exceptional, inspired by our beautiful surroundings here in North Wales.”


Each element from the ingredients through to the packaging goes through a considered process to ensure it meets the Estate’s long-established environmental standards before being approved for use.

Awarded the highest certifications of COSMOS, Leaping Bunny cruelty-free, Vegan, Halal and Gluten Free, the range is also free from sulphates, GM ingredients, artificial fragrances, artificial colours, parabens and harsh chemicals.


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