Protect, Hydrate And Nurture
Our products are brimming with Vitamins, Antioxidants and Omega fatty acids
which all help to nourish our skin giving it a long lasting Truly Natural radiance.
We believe true beauty begins with Truly Natural Skincare.
Waterless means we use only 100% naturally pure potent botanicals, free of preservatives, synthetics and toxins. Our skincare is suitable for even the most sensitive skin.
Every single one of our products are abundant with Vitamins, Omega fatty acids and Antioxidants derived from organically grown fruits, vegetables and plants to protect, hydrate and nurture our skin.
Our Organic, Natural and Vegan certiﬁed brand was mindfully created in synergy with the planet by being 100% plastic free, reusable, upcyclable and biodegradable.
“I absolutely love all things skincare and beauty and fell in love with Vemel after using the whole range.
I thought the vitamin boost cleansing balm was a great addition to my skincare routine, my face looked visibly cleaner and fresher than it had for a long time. After 4 weeks of use of the whole range (cleanser, serum and daily moisture balm) I was felt my skin looked and felt in a lot better condition. I could still feel the product on my face all day, which was a refreshing change as normally it absorbs into my skin as soon as I apply my moisturiser.
Knowing that all the products are natural makes it even better. “
“Good skincare is at the heart of what I do as a make-up artist, so I don’t speak lightly about the impact products have on my skin!
My favourite product without a doubt was the wonder balm.
It was a miracle worker. My eczema is normally out of control on holiday but wonder balm kept it away so I could enjoy my break without having to think about eczema! Not only was I bowled over with wonder balm on myself I used it so much on the whole family, sunburn soothed, grazes covered, chapped lips sorted. It was so nice to know that being a natural product it wasn’t going to sting the children and it really was a ‘wonder’!
My Advice? A definite must for the bathroom cabinet – always stock a back up jar!”
“I have a busy life and sensitive skin so the demands on my skincare products are high!
I enjoyed the whole Vemel Range for different reasons but the stand out products for me and my skin were the Daily Moisturising Face Butter and the Wonder Balm.
A day or two into the routine change I wasn’t sure about the feeling of the products on my skin. They felt quite heavy compared to my normal products but I noticed that they stayed on my skin and I could still feel them there hours later- which I couldn’t with my normal routine. As the weeks passed my skin adapted to the extra moisture and the lack of water in the products left my skin feeling hydrated and soft.
At the end of the trial I definitely noticed a real difference to the texture of my skin and real noticeable benefits – I’d thoroughly recommend this great new brand to my friends and family.”
“I love all things beauty and skincare but also have very sensitive skin so the bar is set very high for any products. I tried a range of products from Vemel and I have to say that the vitamin rich face butter was a firm favourite. Whilst you have to let your skin adapt over the first few days (it’s coping with all that added goodness you don’t normally get!) you’ll notice the difference in how your skin feels and you’ll be left wanting more!”
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