If you want a made in the UK magnetic copper bracelet, a quick search on the net for made in the UK or made in England magnetic bracelets will find you some. Copper is no longer mined in commercial quantities in the UK (it used to be mined in places like Cornwall) so the copper any of these companies use will be imported. The idea behind bracelets like these is that they are believed to help relieve the pain associated with arthritis and possibly the magnetic copper bracelets even help with IBS, menstrual cramps, headaches and carpel tunnel syndrome by increased blood flow speeding up the body’s natural healing processes. Some copper bracelets are fitted magnets adding the benefits of magnetic therapy to the age old copper remedy. Whether these really help, I don’t know.
These are some of the suppliers I found:
Cornish Copper Bracelets magnetic and non-magnetic copper bracelets and rings are crafted for them “by skilled Copper Smiths in workshops in Cornwall.” The company, based in Tewkesbury, are also known as Crystals and Holistics. They also have an eBay shop – https://www.cornishcopperbracelets.co.uk
Laurence Butler Ltd. – http://www.copper-bracelets.com – all made in Cornwall, England.
Astral Magnetic – http://www.astralmagnetic.co.uk – at least some made in England.
Lilac and Cream – http://www.lilacandcream.co.uk – at least some made in England products – under the jewellery category I found some Laurence Butler magnetic bracelets and other Cornish jewellery.
As well as some on Amazon and eBay. There may well be other UK manufacturers of magnetic bracelets.
With such a large range of reasonably priced health and beauty products made in Great Britain, there really is no excuse for not buying British when it comes to looking after your skin.
Please also click the link in this sentence to see my favourite British made bars of soap.
And for shaving related products, please see Shaving products.
British made hairbrushes and combs.
Denman brushes are top quality and they still produce the majority of their products in the UK. Check the packaging and if it is UK made it should say so. Unfortunately country of origin information is not given on their website (but country of origin labelling can be seen in some of the pictures). Some Denman products are foreign made, for example their JDMB55 Jack Dean Military Brush is made in the Far East and their JDCB Jack Dean Club Brush is foreign made too. I understand the Denman branded range of brushes are all made at their factory in Bangor, Northern Ireland. Denham combs seem to be made in the UK too, but do check the packaging to be sure – http://www.denmanbrush.com
I’ve not been able to find UK made cotton wool balls, cotton wool pads or cotton buds in any of the major supermarkets for ages. Salvation is at hand though in the form of Robinson Healthcare.
Most Robinson Healthcare products are produced in their factory in Worksop, Nottinghamshire.
Robinson Healthcare’s “Cottontails” and “Soft and Pure” ranges of cotton wool is made in the UK. The range includes:
- Cotton Pads
- Cotton Wool Balls
- Cotton Wool Pleat and Roll
- Cotton Buds.
No more buying cotton buds made in Greece or wherever from Tesco’s or Waitrose. Will now be buying English made cotton buds 🙂
Robinson foam earplugs are manufactured in China and packed in the UK. Robinson Silicone earplugs are manufactured and packed in the UK.
- It’s what they’ve always known
- Solid soap is more luxurious
- The feeling of scouring away the dirt in the shower
- Less packaging is better for the planet
- The bottles are fiddly.
Read the full article on the BBC.
These are some of my favourite made in the UK soap bars, in no particular order: