Category Archives: Knowledge

Established in 1997, Green People have become one of the biggest names in organic Skincare and like with so many natural brands, began with a personal tale… Concerned by the detrimental effects that chemical-based skincare and household products were having on her daughters health, Charlotte Vøhtz looked to non-steroid based alternatives to help minimise the […]

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One of the biggest product lines to emerge in recent years are BB creams, these have been joined in recent months by the mysterious CC cream. But what is this alphabet madness all about..? Whilst putting together a post on a fabulous CC Cream it occurred to me that it was all very well explaining […]

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I am currently in the beautiful rural countryside of North Suffolk where I was bought up. Having driven up to East Anglia from London this week, combining a family visit with two jobs, I decided that it was the perfect place to write this month’s Behind the Brand post as it features local company Essential […]

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I was recently approached by the natural living community and market Silent Springs, asking me if I would be interesting in becoming a guest beauty contributer to their blog The Organic Times. A few emails later, I was writing what I hope will be the first of many posts… Why Be Conventional – organic alternatives […]

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Nail polish as we know is not a product that is particularly clean or green. By its very nature it is traditionally full of toxins and resins that are known to be detrimental to our health. One of my favourite nail brands is Mavala and it is one that in the world of nail polishes, […]

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To end what proved to be a packed week of trade shows and work, I visited the second day of the Natural and Organic Products Europe Show (NPE) at Olympia. A trade-only event, NPE is jam packed with natural and organic food, healthcare and beauty products, I was so excited at the prospect of visiting […]

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