Posts in Health & Wellbeing
Mindfulness & Skincare

The practice of mindfulness is grounded in ancient eastern traditions but in recent years it’s been swept into the media spotlight  as a practical way to diffuse the stress of busy modern lives. We’re encouraged to be more mindful in our daily routines, to bring a new level awareness and appreciation of stuff we usually do on autopilot. We can benefit from eating, exercising, working, socialising and even applying our skincare more mindfully. 

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Something Smells Fishy...

If you keep an eye on your ingredient list, you’ll probably realize just how common “fragrance” is. With 10,000 products using them, scented products cover anywhere from a third to a half of the cosmetic shelves. But you probably don’t know just what type of chemical “fragrance” is. Turns out, it isn’t a single chemical, but a mixture of 5,000 different chemicals. Using anywhere from 15 to 50 ingredients, packagers have a centillion of choices they add to cosmetics.

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Our Three Favourite Oils

Delving into the world of oils can be difficult for a first-timer. Between misleading advertisements meant to sell, sell, sell, and a brand new set of terms and language you don’t understand, you’re probably worried to even try. We're intent on informing our wonderful customers to make natural skincare easy, so we thought why not start with writing a small summary of our 3 absolute favourite oils first?

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Miracles of the Dead Sea

Cleopatra is history’s most notorious fashionista. Spending the equivalent of billions on daily skincare, she attributed her famed beauty to the mystical healing powers of the Dead Sea, even going so far as to attempt to buy the sea. Instead, she settled on building a string of spas on its shores. Read more to find out more about this incredible white crystal!

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The Packaging matters

If you use natural products, you may think you’re making the smartest choice. Supercharged with nutrients, all-natural products have fewer toxins and fewer health risks. But what your product is made out of is only half of what goes on your skin. The other half is what it goes in. Read here about the package your beloved products come in, and how they affect that that you put on yourself!

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