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How to naturally disinfect your home

By the 09 June 2020

There’s more to essential oils than a pleasant smell or holistic healing. They also have strong disinfectant powers. If you want to stop using conventional cleaning products that are often toxic, and can irritate the skin, essential oils can be a good alternative to naturally and thoroughly disinfect your home while respecting your skin. Here’s how to naturally disinfect your home, using essential oils.

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How to know what’s really a natural fragrance?

By the 04 May 2020

What’s more natural than scents? Flowers, freshly cut grass, leaves, ocean spray: nature is scented! But today our daily lives are overrun with industrial artificial fragrances, from detergent to air fresheners or even cat litter… And, of course, our perfumes and beauty products. Artificial fragrances are hard to escape, with potentially harmful consequences on our health and the environment. So here’s our guide on how to know what is really a natural fragrance.

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Is SCI the key to organic shampoo?

By the 11 June 2020

So you’ve been persuaded: organic shampooing is the right move. For your hair, health, and the environment. Whether in solid or liquid format, you’ll be avoiding silicones, synthetic fragrances, and aggressive sulfate surfactants. A good start! But is it just a start? Unfortunately yes, have another look at the label. There’s a big chance you’ll find sodium cocoyl isethionate: SCI is a really common surfactant, used frequently in organic shampoos. But, unfortunately, it’s not so good for the planet…

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…