November empties – Soap & glory, Purely perfect, Naturally thinking, Organic pharmacy, Dr Bronner

It’s such a satisfying feeling to finish off a load more products, making room for some more – any excuse to go shopping 🙂 View Post
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Rose and Orange Blossom floral waters – natural toner for the winter

Continuing with my green beauty theme, I’ve also adapted my toner for the winter, replacing the lavender floral water with orange blossom floral water, blending it with rose floral water in my spritz can. The cold weather and central heating can be drying on skin, so I’ve blended this toner to help tackle the drying effects. View Post
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Adding to the facial oil collection

Yes, an odd thought. More oil. But who wants to look oily? No one. Who wants to look like they’re skin is supple, plump and hydrated? Everyone. The secret? Apply to damp skin to trap moisture under the oil (skin preferably damp with organic toner). Everyone knows I love facial oils. I’ve used rosehip oil for… View Post
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Protection from the sun, naturally (and I don’t mean a hat)

I continue my quest to use less chemicals and nasties on my skin, and what feels like it has more chemicals than most every day products? Sun cream! Now, I am 100% behind protecting my skin from ageing rays, but wouldn’t it be nice to do it without slathering on extra lanolin or parabens or… View Post
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Weleda skin food – what is all the fuss about?

I’ve seen mention of this product time and time again since starting this blog, and my curiosity has been piqued. Weleda is well known, as a green beauty brand, and has been around for a long time (90 years). Natural, organic, ethical, fair trade, sustainable, eco-friendly…so now let’s see if it is effective too. View Post
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