We are thrilled to introduce YOPE Linden skincare range – Natural Hand Soap, Natural Shower gel and Natural Body Lotion. The range combines natural ingredients and a lively scent with a wide-reaching effort to save the bees and promote environmental awareness. Linden line is our first range with a wholesome mission. In creating it, we kept consistent with delivering the pleasure principle that drives our product development. From the packaging design to the sweet, summery scent, we made sure that our products are a welcome reminder of sunshine all year long.
We believe that it’s our responsibility to help restore the habitat for plants and animals, and to invite our customers to become a part of this process. After all, with every passing year there are fewer and fewer bees to pollinate our plants, and it’s up to us to support them. That’s why we donate part of our profit from the sale of Linden products to a charity that’s planting meadows in urban areas. Together, we’re giving millions of pollinators a home which is making a difference to our ecosystem.
At YOPE, we never stop working to protect nature and our world. Each subsequent year brings us new challenges and ideas on how we can further improve the planet.
This year, we are working with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust to expand our activities globally. By purchasing YOPE Linden Line products, you are joining #beeYOPE and helping the bees with us! 5% of profits from Linden Hand Soap and Linden Shower Gel supplied to Waitrose supermarkets is donated to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust. In this way, we will be able to effectively protect pollinators living in British cities.
We are inspired to continue our environmental activities and achieve better results. Every little action counts if we are all in this together.
Under the slogan #beeYOPE, we have combined what is valuable to us: the care for bees and the natural environment, as well as an invitation to protect nature. Thanks to the sale of our Linden Line series of cosmetics, we have been proudly supporting pollinators since 2018.