The Ordinary is, without a doubt, a disruptive, innovative brand which exploded into the skincare market like an atom bomb.
I don’t like being controlled, so coffee had to go.
“pursuing the dream is possibly not always the best option in terms of being self-sufficient.”
Today I passed the Easter aisle in Tesco and felt like jumping on top of the easter eggs and breaking into them like a jacked up zombie on a fresh body.
Last month I was invited to an essentials oils class at the home of a work friend. He’s an independent consultant for the US brand, DoTerra. I was intrigued to find out more and it’s not every day you meet people who are into natural alternatives.
We had a chance to speak with owner and founder of Luna Organics, Samantha. It was great to hear the story behind the skincare line and beauty boutique. She has such a passion for her industry, and it’s through the necessity of finding alternatives that her brand was born.
I walked by the Waitrose Pure range which I’d spotted a few times before. I decided actually to pay it some mind this time. I noticed that all of the products had that handy percentage graphic, detailing how much of the product is natural or naturally derived. I then saw how cheap it was, and I felt a flutter of excitement in my belly.
Burt’s Bees pride themselves on making natural lip balm. I figured there must be a way of re-producing the magic on a budget with easy to find ingredients.
Finding a natural skin care routine can take years to get right. When I was younger, I didn’t pay much attention to it. I used to wash with soap and go.
I decided to put a quick video up showing how I do my make-up to cover my spots,scarring, rosacea and acne. Not wearing any make up is scary!
I wanted to do something different this weekend. I have got involved with the YouTube tag craze of monthly favourites but with natural beauty products.
I’ve lost count of the amount of times I’ve driven by The Apothecary Cardiff since it opened its doors in April 2014.