Wild & Stone Safety Razor Stand White
Materials: Stand is made from stainless steel.
Packaging: Recyclable cardboard box packaging.
Purchase Includes: 1 x razor stand (razor is sold separately).
Made ethically in China: The factory is based in the coastal province of Zhejiang China, south of Shanghai. The minimum wage in this province is 2500 RMB. W&S workers are paid 3500 RMB. The W&S team operate under safe working conditions (Amfori BSCI) and are free to join unions. The products are sent to the UK via sea shipments to achieve the lowest carbon footprint.
How to use:
To ensure the longevity of your razor stand, make sure you place it on a dry & flat surface.
Keep the razor and blade out of reach of children and babies. Recycle used blades responsibly. Store in a dry area or in the provided cotton bag. Always act with care.
Wild & Stone was set up by Kat after having her second baby in 2017, she was soon joined by her friend Sarah and together they set out to help rid the world of unnecessary plastics, whilst inspiring other mothers to strive for better work-life balances.
Wild & Stone source and create all their products in a conscious way, creating minimal social and environmental impact on their journey from raw materials to the consumer. Their products are bespoke and have been adapted over time based on testing and customer feedback.
Wild and Stone work very closely with all of their suppliers and partners to ensure they are all working in a sustainable and ethical manner.
Supply Chain: W&S are committed to keeping their supply chains as transparent and ethical as possible. They only use organic textiles and only ever use Moso bamboo.
People: They are committed to ensuring that the people who form their supply chain are paid fairly for their work, earning above a living wage. They must be treated well by their employers and should feel safe in their working environment.
Planet: W&S work to ensure that no unnecessary chemicals are used in the manufacturing processes.
All Wild & Stone products come in recycled packaging or recyclable packing. They have also worked hard to minimise their carbon footprint by consolidating their shipments and only shipping by sea and not air.