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Seekology looks forward to Oxford Street pop-up

Independent beauty retailer Seekology will launch a new pop-up on London’s Oxford Street in collaboration with Enterprise Nation next week. The company will be one of… View Article

HEALTH & BEAUTY

Seekology looks forward to Oxford Street pop-up

Independent beauty retailer Seekology will launch a new pop-up on Londons Oxford Street in collaboration with Enterprise Nation next week.

The company will be one of twelve UK-based beauty and wellbeing brands sharing the store that will focus on sustainable and eco-friendly products such as vegan skincare, solid shampoo, biodegradable glitter and cotton pyjamas.

Throughout the four-day opening period, the brands’ founders will be offering free product samples and customers will  be able to book for a free 20 minute consultation with Seekologys skincare expert. There will also be an in-store competition to win one of several bundles of goodies worth over £100 from the brands.

Seekology founder Rebecca Saunders (pictured) said: I am really excited to launch our first pop up in central London, where we will share the stories of innovative indie brands with new customers. Seekology has always been a huge proponent of retail in store, especially in beauty where customers want to smell, touch and feel products. I believe that by providing a unique experience in-store, supporting UK entrepreneurs, we can encourage customers to come back to the high street.” 

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