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  • Choose Avocado and Kiwifruit - a kiwi combination.

    Avocado oil is rich in essential fatty acids including oleic, linoleic and palmitic acids. These play a crucial role in nourishing, softening, and moisturising the skin without leaving any greasy residue.
  • The biodegradable properties of clothes fibers.

    The findings show that natural wool fibers biodegrade while synthetic fibers have very minimal degradation. 
  • Try sugaring over waxing for smoother skin.

    Sugaring is a traditional hair removal technique that originates from Middle Eastern practices. Similar to waxing, this method uses a natural paste/gel substance that is made from water, sugar, lemon - and depending on your mixture - honey, salt and essential oils. 
  • The Issue with microbeads and the environment.

    These little exfoliating balls contained in scrubs, body wash and even toothpaste are harmful to marine life and aquatic environments. 
  • Why some soaps make your skin feel tight.

    Mass produced soap and bathing products may use substitute chemicals in place of hard to mass-manufacture soap ingredients.

  • Why we use Manuka Honey in our Eco Soaps.

    Not all honey is created equal! What is UMF-rated honey, what makes it different to other honey?
  • The difference between soap and detergent.

    Known to few, detergents by law are not allowed to be called soaps due to their synthetic compounds, making it the difference between natural soap and detergents.
  • What shampoo and conditioner is doing to your hair.

    Everyone has their own routine for looking after their hair. Whatever yours is, it’s important to keep in mind that there is such a thing as ‘too ...