Browsing the "organic skincare" Tag

Pumpkin for Healthy Skin

August 22nd, 2014 | by Liz Thompson

This seasonal staple is good for more than just carving. Try it in skincare for a beautiful complexion and soft feet too


Savvy Green Consumer: Green Diva Favs Spring 2013

May 1st, 2013 | by Green Diva Meg

We get offered products to review EVERY day -- some rather large and expensive things like cars, which are fun reviews, but most are practical, every-day things. We have gotten backed up with a nice bounty of great things we chose to review and play with, and finally spent some time focusing on most of them.


Style on the Go: What to Use on the Road

January 24th, 2012 | by Shanley Knox

It was in Uganda that I learned (the hard way) that shaving my legs after lathering up with a bar of dove soap just wasn't going to cut it. I had heat rash. And, after shaving? I had what felt like a third degree sunburn in long, red lines on my legs. Not only did I need some seriously soothing lotion, I needed to find some new soap


10 Uses for Organic Argan Oil

October 31st, 2011 | by Terri Bly

These 10 Uses for Organic Argan Oil are based on centuries of Moroccan tradition, and let’s be honest – have you ever seen a Moroccan woman with anything but flawless, ageless skin


Selling Organic :: Not The Easy Option

October 6th, 2010 | by Louise White

So there are numerous organic brands and online stores that have been popping up for several years. You might ask the question…… Why do they do it? Is it to make money? Is it to meet a demand from consumers? Or is it because they have a passion?


Organic Beauty – How Do We Really Know?

August 31st, 2010 | by Louise White

Many products will carry the word ‘Organic’ or ‘Naturally Organic’ or some other combination containing the buzz word. The problem is this labeling is not actually regulated, meaning the product may contain 1 or 2 ingredients that are organic but may also contain some ‘nasties’ – synthetic chemicals that are far from organic. Products can become certified organic and at the moment it is up to the consumer to be aware of this.



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