We do a lot of ugly things in the name of beauty.
Those nips, tucks and injections sit at the extreme end of things. But even in everyday beauty products you'll find a range of chemicals that belong on the factory floor and not on your face.
08 September 2013 | 0 Comments
| Recommended by 0 Abi Weeds:
It certainly can - and depending on the plant ingredients used, even better than the rest! ‘Cleaner and greener’ are probably the main reasons why people switch to organic skin care. Certified organic beauty products are free from ingredients that many consumers want to avoid like artificial fragrance, parabens, petroleum and mineral oil. But what I’d really like to underline is that organic beauty products bring even greater benefits from what they include rather than what’s left out.
07 September 2013 | 3 Comments
| Recommended by 4 Sarah Brown:
Organic September is always a great celebration of the organic products we know and love. This year, it’s set to be even better, with the first 'Organic Beauty Weekend' taking place from the 6th to 8th of September. This dedicated festival shows how far organic beauty has come in the sophistication stakes over recent years.
06 September 2013 | 0 Comments
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