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DIY Body Scrub

By the 23 April 2020

Stress, pollution, an unhealthy lifestyle, excessive sun exposure, or shaving: every day our body is put to the test! The result is skin that tends to dry out, or we might even see some ingrown hairs cropping up. In order to help the skin get rid of all its dead cells, a body scrub can be a good option. And for a body scrub that’s healthy, effective, and 100% natural, there’s no better solution than to make your own!

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6 ways your diet can regulate oily skin

By the 08 April 2020

A shiny face, dilated pores, blackheads… Having oily skin can make life pretty hard! Even if there are multiple reasons for it, changing your diet is one of the most effective ways to regulate your skin and the excess production of sebum. Here are the ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ to keep in mind for balanced and healthy skin!

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oO Recipe: the best vegan banana loaf!

By the 08 April 2020

There is nothing quite as comforting as the smell of fresh baking, filling your home with a warm cloud of familiarity. In times when everything seems to be moving at 100 miles per hour, baking is a moment of peace and tranquility that can be grounding, even if everything else feels a little overwhelming. Here is our recipe for the perfect vegan banana loaf, for days when you need a little lift.

Natural and natural origin, what’s the difference?

By the 24 March 2020

Natural cosmetics are thriving and we’re not complaining! Between some sometimes subtle nuances and confusions cleverly maintained by greenwashing, it’s not always easy to understand what you’re dealing with. Like, do you know the difference between a natural ingredient and an ingredient of natural origin? We might think that they’re one and the same: after all, both of them are derived from nature, right? In reality, the difference can be substantial…

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Does responsibly sourced palm oil exist?

By the 10 June 2020

Shocked with photos of devastated forests and slaughtered orangutans, the image we have of palm oil has, deservedly, taken a hit. Despite its known consequences, palm oil remains the most consumed fat in the world, present in half of all supermarket products. But manufacturers assure us that their palm oil is responsibly sourced. A green palm-tree logo means we can guiltlessly stuff our faces with chocolate spread, right? Something about that just doesn’t add up…