For many, applying make-up is a daily routine. The reasons behind why people wear make-up are varied, ranging from force of habit, a desire to cover blemishes or scars, and even artistic expression. Most people wear makeup because they want to look good, and when they look good, they feel good! How can we be sure that we’re doing everything we can to keep our makeup and our skin looking its best? Aside from having a good skincare routine (using natural ingredients is always best!), there is a little-known factor that plays a big role in keeping your make-up flawless whilst protecting your skin: make-up brushes... but more precisely, how often we wash them.
Being a new parent is overwhelming to say the least. There are so many things to remember, so much information to take in, and it can be hard to keep track. When you think about the hundreds of baths they’ll take, all the nappy changes they’ll endure, and the skin irritations they’ll suffer with as a result, it’s obvious that taking care of your baby's skin is an important part of parenthood. Read More
In recent years, the use of preservatives in food and cosmetics has been a very controversial subject. Preservatives are however essential if you want to prevent your products from expiring too quickly. Many talk about using vitamins as preservatives but this is wrong; vitamins are antioxidants that stop products from going rancid but they don't affect and stop the growth of bacteria and fungi. Read More
We all have a choice about how and where we buy our skincare products but have you ever thought about making your own? Making your own skincare products is a great way to take control of your skincare regime and your budget simultaneously. Read More