Marking World Vegan Day with a new era in plant-based

The nettle sting makes the skin tingle before your own serotonin gets to work to heal blemishes and redness leaving you with a lifted, more radiant complexion

Last summer, Deborah Mitchell launched her revolutionary NETTATOXIN Nettle Venom range. She spent more than four years developing a vegan-friendly version of her world famous ABEETOXIN bee venom creams ... one that would still have the same amazing anti-ageing properties but using only ingredients gifted by nature. To celebrate World Vegan Day on Monday November 4, she selects her favourite plant-based hero products

“It took me four years to develop my vegan formula; but I’ve been delighted with the response from my customers since I launched Nettle Venom during lockdown last year – in fact it sold out in the first few weeks and quickly became one of my best-sellers. And I’m not surprised; figures show that vegan beauty is growing more than any other plant-based sector. Of all the vegan items launched in the UK in 2020, 82% of them were in the beauty category.”

How does nettle venom work?

The venom of the nettle causes a similar reaction to that of bees when they sting – the skin goes into rapid repair on first contact. The nettle sting makes the skin tingle before your own serotonin gets to work to heal blemishes and redness leaving you with a lifted, more radiant complexion. With regular use the skin continues this healing action, smoothing lines as it does so. The power comes from the skin’s own rebuilding system to tighten, firm and renew.

Deborah Mitchell's NETTATOXIN Nettle Venom range consists of:

  • Nettle cream
  • Nettle venom polish
  • Nettle venom serum
  • Inner nettle shoots
  • Dock cream

These products range from £37 - £73

Deborah Mitchell's other vegan heroes are:

  • Orange flower hydrogel
  • Hydro cleansing milk
  • Divine Cream

These products range from £37 - £64

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