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We often associate beauty products with France, Italy or even the U. But you'll be amazed at how many truly British ranges are causing a storm in the beauty world.
We've picked some of the best - and these beauty brands make us proud to be British…
John Boot opened the first herbalist store in 1849 in Nottingham - where the company's head office remains. The No 7 cosmetics brand was launched in the Thirties and during World War II, Boots produced penicillin for the government.
This is a feast of products, created by Lacy Mac Farlane, in Glasgow.
The Oxford-based company has three products, including the Tangle Teezer, £9.99, the Compact Styler, £11.99, and the Magic Flowerpot, £12.99 - a detangling brush for children. To celebrate, Floris has launched a limited edition fragrance, 280.
But it's the soaps such as Rose Geranium, £16, and Lily of the Valley Bath and Shower Gel, £19, that customers will be more familiar with.
Launched in Liverpool in 1995 by co-founder Sharon Hilditch, Crystal Clear began with the innovative Microdermabrasion treatment.
The brand has its own product range, including the battery-operated Crystal Clear Eye Pen, £89.50.
Green & Spring was created by Jessica and Peter Frankopan in 2009 and inspired by their hotel and spa, Cowley Manor in the Cotswolds.
The handmade range of bath, body and skincare products uses herbs and flowers native to Britain including lavender, clover and marshmallow.