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Organic manuka honey

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Organic manuka honey is produced from bees that feed from the Manuka tree. The manuka tree is also known under its latin name Leptospermum scoparium and even called tea tree falsely because Captain Cook used to make tea with its leaves. It is a small evergreen shrub from New-Zealand and Australia that measures between 2m […]

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Organic cocoa butter

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Cocoa butter benefits Cocoa butter naturally occurs in cocoa beans that contain 40% to 50% fats. Cocoa butter, and even better, organic cocoa butter is very beneficial for the skin. Cocoa butter is one of the most stable natural fat and is an amazing moisturizer that prevents from dehydration and leaves the skin extra smooth, […]

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Organic rose geranium essential oil

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Organic rose geranium essential oil is extracted from the leaves and stalks of the plant Pelargonium that belongs to the Geraniaceae family and is not to confused with geranium. Pelargonium comes from South Africa but is nowadays popular in every garden as they can resist strong heat and even mild frosts. Besides being a beautiful […]

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Natural shaving oil for men and women

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For people conscious of their health, shaving creams or shaving gels can seem a bit hazardous considering the ingredients they contain and if you prefer using a natural shaving oil alternative, we have a great organic shaving oil substitute for you, may it be for men or women. In men, shaving is the most obvious […]

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Organic shampoo: a wise choice

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Why choose an organic shampoo? One of the reason why many people turn to organic shampoo is to avoid the harmful toxins and chemicals that they contain and that enter our body, leaving the most sensitive persons with allergies, irritations, itching in the eyes and sometimes worse conditions. Regular synthetically-made shampoos do not go back […]

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Organic calendula

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Calendula belongs to the daisy family Asteraceae and grows in the Mediterranean region until Iran under sunny weathers. The flower can be yellow to orange and measures around 5cm in diameter. Also known under the Latin name Calendula officinalis, Calendula means first day of the month because the flowers bloom mostly on the first days […]

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Certified organic cosmetics versus ordinary cosmetics

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The skin is made of the epidermis whose thickness varies from one person to the next. Epidermis comes from the Greek “over” and is divided into 5 sub-layers: – Stratum Corneum (dead flat skin cells that shed every 2 to 4 weeks) – Stratum Lucidum – Stratum Granulosum – Stratum Spinosum – Basal Layer (the […]

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Organic borage oil as a source of essential fatty acids for a beautiful skin

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The borage plant, also known as Borago officinalis in Latin, originated in Syria but is present now in the Mediterranean region, in North-Africa and in South-America. The borage plant is also dubbed as starflower because of the flower being made of 5 blue perfect pointy petals, reminding the shape of a star. The borage plant […]

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