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Green Beauty: Pai Royal Jasmine & May Chang  Replenishing Body Oil Review
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Green Beauty: Pai Royal Jasmine & May Chang Replenishing Body Oil Review

Pai is a company whose philosophy I’m very much behind. It produces effective formulations, using certified organic and clean ingredients to minimise potential irritation. From botanics to the final bottle, Pai seems to be meticulous in the ingredients and processes it uses and has its own chemists – most companies outsource this role. All the products are suitable for … Continue reading

Skincare empties from Boots Botanics, Emma Hardie, ESPA, Merumaya, Nivea, Pai & Rodial
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Skincare empties from Boots Botanics, Emma Hardie, ESPA, Merumaya, Nivea, Pai & Rodial

Wow time flies. Can’t believe I haven’t done an empties post for six months! Anyhoo here’s what I used up in March: Boots Botanics Hot Cloth Cleansing Balm: lovely stuff – a great budget alternative to the Eve Lom cleanser. Read my review here. ESPA skin refining polish: I prefer dry powder style exfoliators which I find less scrubby … Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE Offer: free sample of Abel, the world’s 1st 100% organic perfume
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EXCLUSIVE Offer: free sample of Abel, the world’s 1st 100% organic perfume

Don’t say I don’t spoil you lovely readers. Yesterday I shared about the intriguing new fragrance, Abel, possibly the world’s first 100% organic eau de parfum (read all about it here). Today I have an exclusive opportunity for you to savour the stylish and sustainable Vintage ’13.   The good folk at Abel have kindly agreed to exclusively … Continue reading

Green Beauty: Abel Organic Vintage ’13, possibly the world’s first 100% organic eau de parfum
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Green Beauty: Abel Organic Vintage ’13, possibly the world’s first 100% organic eau de parfum

I love organic stuff. I love great minimalist design. I love wood. Tick tick tick – well hello Abel! I’m allergic to synthetic parfum (a word that can legally cover up to 200 different chemicals) so don’t experiment with new perfumes very often. I also find a lot of natural perfumes to be very patchouli heavy with … Continue reading