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Autumn Skincare: Night Cream with Frankincense and Lavender

Autumn Skincare: Night Cream with Frankincense and Lavender

Beauty sleep is no myth!

However, using a soothing, moisture-rich cream at night is a brilliant natural way to fight these nasty effects. 

Did you know that while you sleep, your skin is hard at work repairing damage made throughout the day by environmental aggressors such as harsh winds, sun exposure and cold, dry air. 

During the colder months it is always recommended to take a little extra care at night to help the healing process along, and using a night cream is a brilliantly effective and easy way of doing this. 

Turmeric: Why this root is a natural powerhouse

Turmeric: Why this root is a natural powerhouse

Turmeric has powerful, healing properties due it being antibacterial, anti inflammatory, antifungal and full of anti-oxidants. It is a brilliant natural remedy to all kinds of ailments and skin conditions.

Turmeric, or “haldi”, is a deep, orange root from India, where it has been used for thousands of years as a spice and medicinal herb. Historically, it has been used to treat health issues ranging from jaundice, blood diseases to bruises and cuts. More recently, studies have shown that turmeric, especially curcumin, could potentially stop the development of certain cancers.

Is Your Scrub Damaging The Environment?

Is Your Scrub Damaging The Environment?

This is the third part in our series of blog posts Natural Products and How They Can Work For You. We’re going to be discussing natural face scrubs and the key differences between scrubs found on the high street and those made from natural ingredients.

Is your scrub damaging the environment? 
Thousands of tonnes of plastic microbeads from products such as exfoliating face scrubs and toothpastes wash into the sea every year, where they harm wildlife and can ultimately be eaten by people.

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