My Top Sustainable Irish Brands

March 28, 2020

In these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever to support local. I’ve compiled a list of my favourite sustainable Irish brands that I think are well worth supporting. Not only do they offer gorgeous products but you’ll also be doing your bit for our local economy and our planet.


With people trying to stay fit when remaining home, there’s been huge demand for exercise equipment. Well, let me introduce you to Huku, the sustainable fitness brand. Huku’s products are made by hand, in Donegal. I use their balance board not just for balance, but push ups and bridge too. I’ve also been attempting to squat on it – admittedly the squat hasn’t quite been mastered just yet but something to aim for…

They also offer a range of yoga wheels (Huku Moons) that help with deep stretching and posture. With every product purchased the guys will plant a native hardwood tree in Glenveagh National Park. I’m hoping to join them for one of their tree planting days in the future (fingers crossed).

You can see the full range of Huku boards and moons on the Huku Balance website.

All Things Fiona-Lily

Saving end of line stock from landfill and turning them into beautiful beacons of positivity you can wear. She offers crew necks, t-shirts, socks, totes and has just releases a range of kids crew necks. Let’s face it, we could all do with a bit of positivity right now and just look how gorgeous her products are. Fiona Lily also owns a zero waste cafe called Simply Green in Ballyshannon, which is going on my must visit list.

Check out the full range of garments on the All Things Fiona-Lily website.

Yogandha Oils

We could all do with a little calm in our lives and personally I love to stick on the defuser with some essential oils to help me relax. That said, I definitely plan on trying out the Yogandha Oils. They offer roller aromatherapy oil that you apply directly to the body. If I can bring the same zen I get from the defuser with me wherever I go, I’m all in! They are 100% natural, vegan and in recyclable and post-recycled packaging making them a fab sustainable option.

You can see the full range of product and scents on the Yogandha Oils website.

Fresh Cuts Clothing

Fresh Cuts Clothing offer high quality ethical and sustainable basics for everyday wear. They have a shop on Drury Street but also have an online store for ease. I got a jumper from Fresh Cuts in December and I love and wear it so much I’m after buying a second of the exact same jumper. Army green oversized crew necks – I genuinely live in them right now. Joe has a pair of their jeans and some t-shirts that he loves. They are unbelievable quality and their jeans will definitely be one of my next purchases.

Browse the full collection of their products on the Fresh cuts Clothing website.

Warrior Botanicals

Warrior Botanicals is a herb and botanical craft studio set in West Cork, making small-batch natural skin care. I have used their deodorant cream on many occasions and love it. There is an added bonus that you can get your empties refilled in many sustainable stores nationwide. They also offer serums, oils and balms for face and body that I plan on trying soon.

View their full collection on the Warrior Botanicals website.


Reuzi is an online store to help you get all of your essential sustainable bits. They also have a bricks and mortar shop in Foxrock, Dublin 18. From shampoo bars and soaps, among other hair and skin care options, to kitchen and living supplies, they’ll have you covered for all your sustainability needs. I’ve bought from them before both online and in store and they offer a fantastic service.

You can find all of their amazing bits on the Reuzi website.

Grown Clothing

Grown create amazing sustainable clothing made from 100% organic cotton, hemp and recycled fibres. All of their creations are inspired by the sea. I have a t-shirt and a jumper from Grown and love them! They represent my interests in sea swimming, surfing and sustainability. The company also plant a native Irish tree for every garment purchased.

They also also offer a ‘gift a tree’ service in partnership with Moy Hill Community Farm, near Lahinch. Myself and Joe purchased a native Irish tree for each of our niblings (nieces and nephew) as part of their Christmas presents. We have also used this to offset some local travel.

You can see the full range of gorgeous clothing on the Grown website.


Bambooth is a great sustainable brand created by Irish Duo Niamh McGill and Joe Finnegan, and are a fab alternative to your standard plastic toothbrush. I’ve been using sustainable toothbrushes for over two years and Bambooth are by far my favourite. Each of the Bambooth’s four colours is linked to a different conservation effort so 10c per brush is donated to a conservation group. I was thrilled when they asked me to be a Bambassador for their Forest Green brush that is linked to the Jane Goodall Institute.They also come in a sustainably made tube, making it super convenient for travel.

You can get them in loads of sustainable stores, include Reuzi mentioned above, or on the Bambooth website.

Due South

Due South are a Dublin based ethical clothing company, using eco-friendly materials, ranging from 100% organic cotton to recycled polyester. They create great quality basics with designs that pay tribute to some of Ireland most recognisable landmarks. I have their Cliffs of Moher t-shirt which is super soft and a fab colour. Recently, I’ve been thinking of reviewing their designs to plan some future trips.

For their full range visit the Due South website.

The Good Neighbour

If you’re in the Dublin area, The Good Neighbour is a fantastic zero waste grocery store in Dundrum Village. We’ve started dong our weekly shop here and can get most of our bits in the store, while drastically reducing our waste.

You can bring your empty jars and containers with you, weigh them when you go in, fill with whatever you need and then weigh again before paying, At the moment they are offering an order for collection service. You download the order form online, fill it out and send to them and when your order is ready they will text you with a SumUp link for payment. You can then collect your order or text and someone will bring it out to your car.

Check out The Good Neighbour website for full details on their collection service and a list of products

The Burren Perfumery

The Burren Perfumery is a gorgeous little company, based in The Burren on the west of Ireland. They create beautiful perfumes and cosmetics inspired by the local landscape.

Having visited the perfumery on a trip to Lahinch, I can definitely recommend a trip. You can see all of the plants that go into making the products and they offer tours so that you can learn all about their processes. I’ve used some of their serums and creams and highly recommend them. I’ve been meaning to get some of their beautiful seasonal perfumes to change things up a bit.

To see the full range, see The Burren Perfumery website.

Do you have any sustainable Irish brands that you think should make the list? Let me know in the comments.

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