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The Skin Know-How

Why the unsustainable production of Palm Oil isn't an option anymore.

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Why the unsustainable production of Palm Oil isn't an option anymore.

When we hear bad press about Palm Oil, we think of the Orangutans who are rapidly becoming homeless and at risk of extinction. But is it motivating you to rethink what is in your food and cosmetic products? In Indonesia and Borneo, the single biggest threat to the Orangutan population is habitat loss. It is estimated that in the past 20 years over 50,000 orangutans have died and are on the brink of extinction. This is due to the expansion of the palm oil industry and, as a result, forests and conservation areas that have been cleared for palm oil production doubled between...

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The fastest way to flawless make up

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The fastest way to flawless make up

Make up is less likely to last all day when the skin is dry, rough and unbalanced. Using a primer to fill in fine lines and smooth pores is just a band aid to cover skin ailments.

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3 ways your favourite cleanser is damaging your skin...

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3 ways your favourite cleanser is damaging your skin...

  The feeling of clean skin is a welcome wake up boost in the morning and then refreshing and soothing after a long day. But that chemical cocktail which is your favourite cleanser could be doing more harm than good...   ONE. The sulfate found in a lot of cleansers actually pull the moisture from the skin causing it to dry out and, creates dead skin cell build up. TWO. The sulfate is what makes cleansers foam but it causes irritation to the skin and when mixed with other chemicals, can cause carcinogenic by-products. THREE. Exfoliating scrubs also create more irritation for those with existing...

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The wonders of clay...

Throughout ancient history, clay has been used topically for soothing, treating and detoxifying the skin. Egyptian Queen Cleopatra was known to use clay cosmetically in skin masks as a part of her routine to achieving her iconic beauty. Today, the cosmetic benefits of clay are more celebrated than ever.  But no two clays are alike, which makes this amazing cosmetic material so fascinating. Depending on it's origin, chemical composition and unique properties, different types of clay deliver varying benefits for a wide range of skin types and ailments. At Cosmetic Clays we offer our customers a broad range of carefully sourced clay powders, from exotic European varieties to those...

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