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Your skin’s worst enemies, explained by an esthetician

by Amanda Cotton, Medical Esthetician & Founder Of Cotton Blossom Skincare

If you ask almost anyone what results they want from their skin care products, they will tell you they want healthy, youthful glowing skin, and for as long as possible.

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How to use essential oils responsibly and which are best for what?

How to use essential oils responsibly and which are best for what?

by Oyéta Kokoroko

In this article, I want to demystify essential oils, their uses and limits. For those who like to read and learn, this  post is meant to provide you with reliable information on essential oils to help you understand how to find high quality essential oils,

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DIY Recipe: Green balm (formulating & making)

by Ilhem Oubarah

The very first time I formulated this balm, I was in the middle of experimenting with colours. I wanted a blue balm because I had this bottle of woad seed oil I was dying to formulate with and woad was used in the past to produce a blue dye.

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8 Easy Ways to Protect and Repair Your Skin Against Pollution

8 Easy Ways to Protect and Repair Your Skin Against Pollution

by Coyran Cheung, Founder of OSCO – Natural & Organics

People are aware of the dangers and impacts of pollution but very few take action to protect themselves against it.

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How does pollution impact the skin ?

How does pollution impact the skin ?

by Coyran Cheung, Founder of OSCO – Natural & Organics

Do you know we are facing pollution everywhere every day? UV exposure, air pollution, light pollution, ozone depletion, allergens and even seasonal aggressors are the major problems that can lead to different impacts on our skin.

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3 Cosmetic ingredients we avoid in natural skincare

3 Cosmetic ingredients we avoid in natural skincare

Most conventional skincare on the market uses ingredients that are said to be “neutral” meaning, they do not offer apparent benefits for the skin, but are not harmful to the skin or the environment. On the other hand,

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