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  • Looking after hardworking hands

    Our hands carry us through life. They cook, they clean, they write our to-do lists, they're exposed to the elements, and don't get the love and care that they deserve.  Let's give a big 'thank you' to our hardworking hands, read on for the practical tips to keep them healthy, nourished and apprec...
  • How to Determine Your Skin Type

    Every person’s skin is unique, but there are a few common skin types that can help you to identify where you skin fits in the best. The three main skin types are commonly referred to as Oily, Normal/Combination and Dry.  And if you know what type you have, it makes putting together your skincar...
  • What to Expect at a Natural Skincare Workshop

    When we tell you our skincare is 100% natural & vegan friendly, don't just take our word for it, come and see for yourself!  Our Natural Skincare Workshops were created for the go-getters who want to do a little something different on their weekend, educate themselves on the in's and out's o...
  • Top Gifts For That Special Someone This Christmas

    Christmas gift shopping is always tricky. Sometimes it feels like people have everything and they don’t need anything! But, there’s always some lovely gifts that your loved ones will enjoy. Not only with the thought of a gift be heart-warming, but these gifts will also be perfect for their health, well-being and can encourage better self-care. Here are our top picks for Christmas gift-giving this year.
  • Hyaluronic Acid - What's The Magic?

    Youthful skin looks and feels great mainly due to its high content of water. Day-to-day external stressors, such as UV exposure, plus just the normal ageing process lead to loss of moisture. And the key molecule responsible for retaining water in our skin is hyaluronic acid (HA).
  • Dragon’s Blood – A Thousand-Year-Old Skin Remedy

    Unsurprisingly, there are no winged reptiles involved with dragon’s blood. Also called Sangre de Drago, dragon’s blood is a resin, sap, extracted from a tree indigenous to South America – Croton lechleri.