A last blog before Christmas to again support Every Mother Count (See our Facebook post here where we supported their charity event earlier this month), one of those very worthy causes that isn’t an industrial money generating machine but which is nevertheless trying to make the world a better place. See their website here
Archive for the ‘General’ Category
Very pleased to be featured by the editorial team on page 22 alongside many luminaries of the premium skin care world.
An article posted on the Facebook page of The Clean Oceans Project illustrates the variety of rubbish that’s accumulating in the world’s deep oceans and the length of time it would take to naturall decompose. See their page here
Another great review from Kathryn at ProdtestUK this time for our Clear & Bright Toner from our problem skin range. Designed to clean and clear the skin to help prevent minor breakouts and blemishes, see the full review here
Kathryn at ProdtestUK has posted a great review of our Clear & Bright Face Cream which is specially formulated for skin types that may have a few problems. See the full review here
We’re being talked about in Italy ! “A Makeup Lover” has posted a great review of our Hair Shampoo which you can see here :
Our Light & Gentle Face Cleanser is featured on page 75 of the November issue of Natural Health magazine. Formulated for Sensitive skin with only the highest quality ingredients and of course 100% natural.
We’re starting to get some great reviews for our products. Here’s a review from blogger Online Mummy who’s tried both our Jojoba & Coconut Shampoo and Shea Butter & Olive Conditioner. We’ve kept a simple 100% natural formulation with high quality ingredients which are great to use and they both have a beautiful natural fragrance. See the complete review here
Our Face Moisturiser for problem skin types has recieved a great review from Online Mummy which we’re very pleased with because too many face care products can make a problem worse not better. We keep things simple, 100% natural and high quality to gently help the skin be clean, radiant and healthy. See the full review here
Mapping the world’s ocean currents. Citilab has just published this study into how rubbish is moved around the oceans via the oceans currents. Throwing a message in a bottle into the sea is going to have a fairly predictable outcome in terms of where it will end up. Ocean currents have effectively trapped marine pollution into seven distinct areas. See the full article here
An unusual article which, although charming on one level, is another illustration of the damage being done to the marine environment. The BBC reports : “A container filled with millions of Lego pieces fell into the sea off Cornwall in 1997. But instead of remaining at the bottom of the ocean, they are still washing up on Cornish beaches today offering an insight into the mysterious world of oceans and tides”. See the full article here
You may have noticed a recent article posted by the BBC about a new health atlas of the UK by the University of Southampton. It shows how environmental factors can impact peoples health across the country.
It seems negative environmental factors can affect a persons health, but one of the reports authors, Professor David Coggon says that “people should not focus on environmental factors, but instead eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly and avoid smoking, excessive alcohol, and “unnecessarily risky” behaviours such as dangerous driving.”
We fully endorse this ! See the full article here