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Bringing The Philosophy Of Ayurveda To The UK

Urban Veda is inspired by the ancient principles of Ayurveda and based on the power of natural botanics. Firmly believing that the most powerful and effective ingredients for your skin come from nature, we use a bespoke selection of natural ingredients, bursting with exotic botanics to balance and protect the skin.

Belief in nature means respecting our planet; all of our products are cruelty-free and vegan-friendly.

Made with love in England, each of our Ayurvedic skin care products are created from seed to skin using ethically sourced, vegan and cruelty-free ingredients. Our ranges are accredited by The Vegetarian Society, PETA and Cruelty-Free International.

Our Philosophy

The Power of Plant

Firmly believing that the most powerful and effective ingredients for your skin come from nature, Urban Veda uses a bespoke selection of natural ingredients, bursting with exotic botanicals.

Naturally created using Ayurvedic herbs, flowers and fruits, combined with multi-vitamins and clinically proven actives, our Ayurveda UK products help maintain skin’s natural balance by infusing it with Omega-rich bio-oils, free radical-fighting antioxidants and vitality-boosting essential fatty acids.

Simple Summer Snacking

We all like to snack from time to time, but it is important to be snacking on the right food groups in order to maintain balanced energy levels throughout the day. Whilst Ayurveda doesn’t promote summer snacking, hunger can sometimes get the better of us and occasionally we just need a little something to peck

Stay-cation Essentials

Stay-cation Essentials Here at Urban Veda we believe that you can have as much fun on home turf as you can abroad, and that a stay-cation in the U.K this summer is an absolute must. With countless locations to visit, sights to see and areas of outstanding natural beauty to get lost in, why wouldn’t

How to Pacify your Pitta

How to Pacify your Pitta In this blog, our intention is to shed a little light on how to pacify the Pitta dosha during its most dominant time of year. The doshas react and interact with the changing seasons and so as Spring transforms into Summer, the Pitta dosha transforms into the most dominant element.