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Clean skincare, green skincare, natural skincare – know the difference!

‘Clean skincare’, ‘green skincare’ and ‘natural skincare’ are more than buzzwords when it comes to beauty products. These terms are not interchangeable. Due to misinformation and ‘greenwashing’, it is now more important than ever to educate ourselves and wise up to what exactly these terms entail, as well as what they have to offer. Clean Skincare ‘Clean skincare’ products are …

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Discover the Uses of Aura Cacia Essential Oils

Diluting Essential Oils Essential oils are highly concentrated, volatile substances. In order to be used safely, they should be diluted in another safe substance, like water, a skin care oil or an unscented lotion or liquid soap. Follow the recommendations in this guide for safe, effective use. Standard Measurement: 1ml= 20drops Dilution Golden Rule: 6 drops of essential oil + …

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How to Use Essential Oils for Aromatherapy

  Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils (plant oils extracted from leaves, flowers, and other parts). Each oil has a characteristic scent, and in aromatherapy, the oil is inhaled or used topically on skin for sleep, headaches, and other conditions. Although essential oils are widely available, it’s important to understand how to use these potent oils. Here are some tips …

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How to Best Care for Sensitive Skin

Seasonal changes, beauty products, stress – these are just some of the factors that can affect sensitive skin and cause flare ups. But what is skin sensitivity and what’s the best way to give sensitive skin some much-needed TLC? Read on! What is skin sensitivity? Skin ‘sensitivity’ has become a catch-all term for three distinct types of skin problems; rosacea, …

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Reasons to Use Goat’s Milk for Your Skin

One natural personal care ingredient that has been receiving growing support from consumers is goat’s milk. History has it that Egyptian queen Cleopatra bathed in goat’s milk to keep her skin smooth, supple and blemish-free. Below are some wonderful benefits of using goat’s milk on our skin. Younger looking skin Goat’s milk contains alpha-hydroxy acids (AHA) which mainly work as …

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