Your Complete Skin Care Glossary
Love reading beauty articles but get puzzled by some of the words? We are here to help.
Cold Processing vs Emulsifiers
Not everything natural is good. Not all chemicals are bad.
However, many people now prefer to avoid excessive exposure to artificial chemicals in products they use on their skin every day. They’re concerned that science doesn’t really understand the effect of long-term exposure to exotic chemical compounds.
You Are What You Eat
Make up is great and most women love it. However, many women also wish they were able to flaunt their no-make up, radiant skin more often. Follow this to find out how.
Skin Care from the Inside
Your body needs fat. The walls of your cells are made of it, and if they aren’t replenished with fatty acids (the kind that can’t be made by your body), then cell function is impaired.
Skin Care Tip: Reduce Your Sugar Intake
Does this look more enticing than a beautiful, flawless skin? The choice is yours.
Transforming Cosmetics Into Skin Care Products
Makeup is all about beauty. Or is it?
The latest thinking in skin care suggests that the cosmetic benefits of products should be supplemented by ingredients that promote better health.
Why a Moisturiser Doesn't Stop the Skin Aging Process
We label our day and night creams as treatments rather than moisturizers. This is an important distinction. What are moisturizers? Moisturizers are usually mixtures (emulsions) of oil and water. As you know, oil and water don’t mix...
Shearing the Goodness: How Lanolin Oil from New Zealand Sheep Can Help Protect Human Skin
We use lanolin extracted from wool. This is sourced from sheep that live a free-range existence in the countryside of New Zealand.
Lanolin Makes Inroads into Skin Care
There’s growing interest in a substance that’s been part of human culture for as long as we’ve been herding and shearing sheep. Lanolin is secreted by sheep to protect their wool, and the waterproofing qualities of this natural substance are now being used by cosmetics manufacturers.
What Makes Skin Care Products Ethical?
As people become more aware of what goes into their bodies, they’re asking questions about what goes on their skin.
That’s why we have scrutinised the ingredients for all our products, and opted for those that are natural and ethical as well as scientifically proven.
Teen Skin Should Be Handled with Extra Care
Parabens, pthalates, sodium laurel sulfates, oxybenzones and triclosan are synthetic chemicals found in many cosmetic products. It’s well known that these chemicals can be absorbed through the skin.
So what are the implications for teens using products that contain these substances?
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