Opportunity Closed: Review Luxury Organic & Eco-friendly Period Products

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Grace & Green Eco Period Products

About The Brand

Name: Grace & Green

About us: Grace & Green is a premium biodegradable period brand crafting exceptional period products. From design to delivery, our products take responsibility for women’s health, the environmental and social impact.

The difference is in the details.

Our essential period collection combines innovative manufacturing with high quality organic, biodegradable ingredients, meaning no toxins or chemicals, but we also ensure our entire supply chain is as sustainable as possible – to  where we source our organic cotton (non water scare countries) how are tampons are made (unlike other brands, we have a security veil which prevents fibres coming off in the vaginal wall) and all our packaging is either compostable, recyclable and printing only using plant-based inks. We  are cruelty-free, vegan and made from 100% certified organic cotton – which means good for your health, and the planet all round.

We launched in January 2019 and looking to raise our profile.

The Feature Opportunity

Opportunity: Ethical, environmental bloggers wanted to review period products. Particularly interested in Vloggers.

Brief: We are looking for bloggers for the following opportunities (full brief will be provided).

1. Review of our products and subscription service.

2. Video 1: Environmental impact of period products.
We want to produce a short video to highlight organic/chemical free period care, but also to show how much plastics are being used in conventional products, and introduce problem/pain points. For e.g. most period products on the market do you more harm than good. We want an enthusiastic blogger / influencer to help us to highlight these issues to throw in some stats, figures or articles highlighting this issues, but then to also show that we Grace & Green’s mission is to change this, and to highlight our social proof & benefits. CTA

3. Video 2:. Ethical and sustainable approach
Introduce problem/pain points. For e.g. most period products on the market do the environment more harm than good. Throw in some stats, figures or articles highlighting this issue (also the fact that most brands that claim to be environmentally friendly actually aren’t). CTA

We’re Looking For Influencers Who…

Fit this brief: Someone who is passionate, enthusiastic and engaged with a real desire and concern to help raise awareness about environmental issues and changing behaviour and mindset.

Cover these categories: Beauty, Environment, Fashion, Fitness, Food, Free From, Health, Home, Lifestyle, Other, Parenting, Technology, Vegetarian, Vegan

Are based in: Preferred location is the UK, but would welcome others who meet the right profile.

In Return, You’ll Get…

Compensation: Contact For More Details

Closing date: 11th July 2019


This Opportunity Is Now Closed

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