Posted in Products on 27 April, 2020

Noble Isle is an exquisite fine fragrance Bath & Body brand inspired by the natural and cultural riches of the British Isles, featuring extracts sourced from local celebrated producers, including Rhubarb from England, Sea Oak from Ireland, Barley from Scotland and Beetroot from Wales.

Following the successful launch of the retail range in 2012, Noble Isle has created an outstanding bespoke collection of luxury hotel amenities and accessories to complement and enhance the rooms of extraordinary hotels.

Noble Isle products are made in the UK from natural extracts sourced from local celebrated producers from around the British Isles. Our products are free from sodium lauryl sulfateand parabens, as well as being vegan, cruelty-free and environmentally friendly. We are an environmentally aware and ethically conscious company. All of our packaging is recyclable, we minimise waste wherever possible and we keep our carbon footprint to a minimum. We are keeping abreast of the changes in packaging and are ready to adapt as soon as possible. We offer 5 litre refills on our gels to help reduce waste where possible.

As part of Noble Isle’s ongoing pledge to establish itself as a cleaner, greener force for environmental change, we have partnered with charity, Clean Conscience.

The issue of single-use plastic and its acceleration of climate change is a significant one for the hospitality industry. Millions of travel-sized toiletries are wasted each year and with the current environmental landscape, the need for brands to address fully sustainable ways of working is more pressing than ever. Noble Isle has partnered with Clean Conscience for this very reason, to offer alternative ways to repurpose toiletries which would otherwise end up in a landfill. We believe it is our responsibility as suppliers to help source a solution that is easily accessible for our customers.

Founded in 2015 by Gwen Powell, Clean Conscience was born from the growing awareness of the detrimental impact single-use plastic has on the environment, particularly in the hospitality industry. Instead of sending the contents to landfill, Clean Conscience offers an alternative, by repurposing, reusing and redistributing the contents and bottles themselves in ways that benefit the wider community tenfold.

The liquid contents are turned into CareKits, sent to those most in need of toiletries, such as women’s shelters and refugee camps. The hard soaps are sent abroad to allow people overseas to generate an income. The plastic lids, bottles, tubes and caps are then incinerated, and the energy is returned back to the grid. With over 14 tonnes of the same polymer required to recycle efficiently, incinerating the contents offers a financial and economically sustainable alternative to recycling or going to landfill. Clean Conscience also creates volunteering opportunities for individuals with a variety of special education needs and disabilities.

Join our mailing list

Click here to Join
  Join our mailing list