Category Archives for "All Natural Skin Care"
Good Guide is a fantastic resource for safe, ethical, and green product ratings. Want to know if child labour was used to make your t-shirt? Or if there are potential toxins in your laundry detergent? Good Guide not only ranks companies according to the safety of their products, but also according to their environmental impact […]Continue reading
There are so many natural skin care hacks that you can use to get healthier, glowing skin? What’s a skin care hack you ask? A skin care hack is something simple that you can do, often with regular old things you have in the house, that will super charge your beauty routine, and just make you more comfortable in your skin.Continue reading
You may know that aloe vera can be used to help cool sunburns, but did you also know that aloe based cleansers and moisturisers can make your skin softer, more comfortable, and younger looking? Aloe, commonly known as aloe vera, is a succulent plant with thick, flat green leaves. The clear gel from […]Continue reading
The process of aging is a natural one, but the appearance of aging can be significantly reduced with the proper prevention methods and appropriate natural skin care techniques and other natural anti aging tips.Continue reading
Certified organic mineral makeup is by far the purest mineral makeup around. Did you know that some non-certified organic brands can contain chemical toxins? Let’s take a few moments to talk about mineral makeup and the importance of going organic if you want to do something great for your face.Continue reading
Using certified organic skin care is the only way to ensure that your products are REALLY cruelty free. Let’s talk about organic cruelty free skin care and why you should use certified organic.Continue reading
Miessence organic toothpaste is now a staple in our house. No flouride, no artificial ingredients or synthetic preservatives, and I don’t have to worry if the kids swallow it.Continue reading
I started my organic skin care home business because I wanted two things: time freedom and financial freedom.
I am a mother of young twins and a Ph.D. candidate in religious studies. What this means is that I am trying to balance my family life with my intellectual life. This, let me tell you, is not the easiest thing to do. It’s fairly easy to devote your whole self to one or the other: quit your job and be a stay at home mom and spend tons of time with your kids and create a warm and flourishing environment, or take on a full time job which takes a significant amount of time and energy so that, if you’re lucky, you have evenings and weekends to enjoy your family, clean the house, make the meals, buy the groceries, etc., etc. Even if you share all these responsibilities with a partner, it is a total whirlwind and a minor miracle to pull off.Continue reading