Over the past few years, consumers have become more in touch questioning ngredients used in beauty products. As consumers we are so are so used to purchasing big brands we forget to look into what these products may contain that could be harmful to our bodies. Some of the biggest deodorant brands out there use harmful ingredients such as aluminium and other chemicals which can affect estrogen, liver, kidneys and so forth. So how can we avoid this?
Hey lovelies, so I realised during quarantine some of you weren't too sure how to remove gel nail polish, so here are some tips on how to do it yourself in the comfort of you home....
Hey all, it's is bank holiday over in the U.K so I thought I do something different. One of my little secret talents is that I can braid my own hair,does it take ages: yes, can anyone do it: yes. All that is required is patience and practice....
I am certain by the time you start reading this, you have already familiarised yourself with what plastic pollution is....? We have become too reliant on plastic, but now it's time to find other alternatives.
If you've been following me for some time, you will know I am an advocate for organic products. I have spoken about skincare over and over.. but it's never over.
Let's talk about it, why is it so important to promote organic and vegan products? It is because half the time we are clueless as to what our makeup, shower gels, lotions contain, and a lot of times they do contain chemicals which are harsh on our skin. It's also important to know your skin type.. and how it can be affected by seasonal changes.
To get to the point, I have discovered this magnificent organic/ vegan African black soap from Shea Island. I love it because it is in such a raw form and the ingredients are shea butter, palm oil and other plant based ingredients.
What's even better is they also disclose where the shea butter is from, and a lot of products we consume we have know idea if the ingredients are lab originated or raw ingredients.
The African black soap is known to have so many benefits and it not only moisturises the skin, but it's also good for fading blemishes, repairs damaged skin,has antibacterial properties, contains natural source of Vitamin A & E. If you suffer from acne, you may also wan't to try out the African Black Soap.
So enough talking & more action. Visit Shea Island to try their products containing natural ingredients. Remember less is more.. meaning, don't waste your money on expensive products without researching the ingredients when the answer is in your doorstep.