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Data (GDPR)

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Transparency

Some of the items reviewed on this website were purchased by me, others were gifted by brands or are part of a paid advertisement. All posts clearly state at the beginning whether an item is gifted or an advertisement by including the words “Gifted/Ad.” Regardless of whether an item was purchased or gifted, all reviews are my own, honest opinion. Some links within reviews are affiliate links, this means that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. No items reviewed are ever thrown away (except in the rare event that they are damaged beyond repair); instead they are kept or given away either in a competition or donated to the Ealing Soup Kitchen homeless shelter.

Modern Slavery

I take my responsibility to comply with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 very seriously. I chose brands to collaborate with based upon the expectation that they will treat all employees fairly and equally, with dignity and respect, and any without form of discrimination. I will not work with companies who do not have an established reputation for legal and ethical treatment of their employees or the environments within which they operate.