Our Ethical Father’s Day Gift Recommendations
With less than a month to go until Father’s Day (Sunday 18th June) it’s time to start thinking about what kind of gift you are going to get your Dad. This year the Ethical Superstore team want to share our gift recommendations with you, to give you an idea of the sorts of ethical gifts our Dads enjoy.
Scaramouche & Fandango Travel Gift Set
‘With holiday season approaching I don’t think you can go wrong with this great travel set from Scaramouche & Fandango. Team it with their favourite chocolate and It will make a great gift for fathers at any age. Scaramouche & Fandango also offer a full sized shower gift set. If you haven’t already checked out their products, take a look, as they produce stylish, cruelty free products right here in the UK.’ – Rachel, Buying & Catalogue Production Manager
Arthouse Meath Charity Dad Number One Card
‘As well as a present I will definitely be buying my Dad this Father’s Day card designed by Karen Brown at Arthouse Meath. I love their hand drawn images, sense of humour and the fact it is all for an amazing charity that shows off the talents of people living with complex epilepsy, learning and physical difficulties. Plus, my Dad does actually snore like a pig!’ – Emma, Buying Assistant
Thought (formerly Braintree Clothing) Mekali Knitted Socks
‘My Dad is really difficult to buy for, usually because he always seems to have everything he needs.I usually play it safe with an alcoholic gift. However, everyone else seems to do the same for him at Christmas and so he now has quite a stockpile and I worry about his liver.
This year I’m playing it safe again and looking out for his feet with these lovely knitted socks. They’re a great gift because they’re sustainable and come in a wide range of styles catering to everyone. The unique design also makes it unlikely that these socks will fin d their way into the odd sock pile.’ – Aaron, Web Developer
Bulldog Original Shave Gel & Bulldog Oil Control Moisturiser
‘My dad likes these products as he likes the masculine packaging and they leave his skin smooth and soft. I originally bought them as Bulldog never use SLS, parabens or artificial ingredients as well as never testing on animals. This means I can help my dad look after his skin whilst also helping look after our planet.’ – Helen, Content Producer