23.6.16

Review: Faith in Nature Brave Botanicals Coconut & Frangipani Moisture Boost Shampoo

Review Faith in Nature Brave Botanicals Coconut & Frangipani Moisture Boost Shampoo
It is possible to find budget friendly natural hair care but you have to compromise on ingredients and you will have to pay a little more than in the supermarket, no natural brand can ever compete on price with a £1 value shampoo. If you can afford to invest a little bit extra I am convinced you will notice a difference to the health of your hair. You all know I can’t live without my Odylique Gentle Herb Shampoo, for me it beats everything else for ingredients and fits my budget but in the interest of consumer research let take a look at Faith in Nature.

21.6.16

Organic Labelling: Are we being misled?

Organic Labelling Are we being misled? Little Soap Company Greenwashing

The world of organic cosmetics can be a little confusing and even I end up in a muddle trying to figure out what is right or frowned upon. I wrote an article back in 2013 which outlined the certification brands can obtain to verify their organic status. The problem is many brands cannot afford to sign up so they formulate with organic ingredients but the end product isn't certified. I have featured brands that fall into this bracket. I’d like you to consider this for products not certified organic, do you think it is misleading to include the word organic in a company name, to boldly display the word organic across packaging or display an in-house designed organic symbol which might imply you are certified to the untrained eye?


16.6.16

Review: Green Keratin Precious Cacay Hydrating Face Cleanser

Review Green Keratin Precious Cacay Hydrating Face Cleanser

I have previously mentioned that Green Keratin launched their Precious Cacay range. The cleanser, face cream and elixir are formulated around Cacay seed oil (Caryodendron orinocense) which is the new buzz word in beauty. Cacay (pronounced kahk-ai) is from an Amazon tree that produces a seed from which the oil is extracted. It has 3 times more Vitamin A (aka retinol) than rosehip, 50% more Vitamin E and twice the amount of Linoleic Acid than Argan oil plus anti-aging, skin nourishing and rejuvenating properties.

13.6.16

YouTube: Favourites May 2016 - Natural and Organic Skincare

Sugarpuffish Favourites May 2016 Natural and Organic Skincare
The video features Favourites products some I have purchased others are PR samples (indicated with *). Click here to watch

Sugarloaf Soap Company* -
use the code Sugarpuff15 for a 15% discount across everything until the end of 2016

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