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Welcome to Suneeta Cosmetics London!

This is our small family business, for which I hand-make all of our completely natural, fresh, vegan and chemical-free skincare products.

Our recipes are based on the ancient philosophy of Ayurveda, renowned for enhancing well-being, with my own original twist, to make wholesome natural skincare products.

Much love, Suneeta xx

NATURAL | HANDMADE | VEGAN

Our handmade skincare is all 100% vegan and cruelty free, made using nothing but natural ingredients from Mother Nature! 

Better for you, your family and the environment. 

Zero Waste

Take a look at our completely plastic-free and eco-friendly products, either unpackaged or with biodegradable packaging

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How to make your own oil infusion

How to make your own oil infusion

Oil infusions are amazing for skin, hair and even cooking! A herbal infused oil, or 'macerated oil', is a carrier oil that has been infused with the goodness of a herb or a flower. By letting herbs and flowers infuse in an oil for a certain period of time, we are able to extract many of the powerful and healing properties of the plant into a usable form. Best of all, you can do it yourself at home.

There are a two different ways you can make infused oils, for which I'll give you step by step instructions below.

When choosing your carrier oil, it's a good idea to first decide where you'll be using your infused oil. Different oils can suit different parts of the body. For example, if you'll be using your infusion as a moisturising body oil, you may wish to choose a heavier oil than if you're planning to use your infusion on your face. If you're making an oil for your hair, there are many oils that a particularly good for hair growth and shine. (For more hair tips read Jash's hair care blog here!).
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What’s in your skincare?


We are not taught to expect variation in cosmetics, and it can be inconvenient or odd when you receive something you've bought before to find that it is slightly different to a previous batch.

Today we’re going to break down some of the synthetic ingredients that are added to high street skincare products to ensure consistency, and the reasons why we avoid them.

In Team Suneeta, we try avoid negativity, offering an alternative to high street skincare, without criticising other companies. We are going to break our own rule this time! This is because we want you to be informed about what you’re putting on your skin. 

Scroll to the bottom to see examples of common potentially harmful synthetic skincare ingredients used in well-known "natural" brands.

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Natural variation in skincare products

From time to time we receive emails that note slight changes in our products, so we thought we’d do a blog post on why our products change slightly from batch to batch.

Sometimes our products melt, or vary in colour and scent, so we wanted to assure you that Sunset follows strict recipes, and that variation in our products is not an indication of quality changes in ingredients; it's the beauty of a truly natural product.

We expect the ultimate consistency in high street skincare products. We expect the cosmetic products we buy from well-known high street brands to be exactly the same every time we buy them, and would probably be confused if we bought a product that we regularly used to find it was a different colour or had a slightly different smell, even when buying a “natural” product. Whilst we maybe wouldn’t leave a product out in the sun, we also wouldn’t expect it to melt or change consistency. 

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