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Bulldog products

Green Business: Bulldog

Peter Salisbury

29th June, 2011

A natural, Fairtrade men's skincare line might sound obvious, but when Simon Duffy and Rhodri Ferrier launched Bulldog, it was a wholly new concept. Peter Salisbury sits down with the men making grooming green more...
on the beach

Feel the burn: Lavera's aftersun gel put to the test

Valentina Jovanovski

18th May, 2011

An organic aftersun with no nasties and excellent moisturising properties: sound too good to be true? Valentina Jovanovski put Lavera’s aftersun gel to the test more...
nature watching

Wild UK: Britain’s big five

Sella Oneko

5th May, 2011

Africa might have elephants, rhinos and leopards but Britain’s got a big five of its own and they’re just as impressive. Sella Oneko shows you where to find them more...
rosehips

Blooming marvellous: Pai's Rosehip BioRegenerate

Matilda Lee

23rd March, 2011

Pai's new rosehip-rich moisturiser packs a real punch, says Matilda Lee more...

Review: Skin Nectar 'The Balancer' Radiance Oil

Ruth Styles

9th March, 2011

It smells gorgeous and is 100 percent organic but does Skin Nectar’s Radiance Oil live up to its billing? Green Living editor, Ruth Styles, tried it out more...
Premae Skincare

Premae Skincare

Premae Skincare is the world’s first allergen-free skincare brand, making 100 percent natural, vegan-friendly products. Drawing on skincare wisdom from around the world, Premae is the brand that allergy sufferers can trust.




Tel: 0800 612 0928
Web: premaeskincare.com
Email: shop@premaeskincare.com
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PICK OF THE DAY: MuLondon Organic Lavender Moisturiser

The Ecologist

2nd February, 2011

Handmade, 100 per cent organic and PETA approved, MuLondon’s organic lavender moisturiser is perfect for dry skin
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Beat the Winter Beauty Blues

Karen Drake

1st February, 2011

Whether it’s dry skin or chapped elbows, Sophyto founder, Karen Drake, has the solutions to your winter beauty woes more...

The Ecologist Top Ten... organic skincreams

Matilda Lee

25th November, 2010

Beauty advice for the winter season: get enough sleep, eat well and never stray far from a good jar of organic skincream. From Neal's Yard to Weleda, here are the Ecologist's top ten picks... more...
Inlight Organic Skincare

INLIGHT Organic Skincare

Award winning INLIGHT organic skin care – completely plant-based & Soil Association certified- offers a comprehensive, oil-based range of face & body products formulated to work not only on but with the skin




Tel: 01326 281114
Web: www.inlight-online.co.uk
Email: info@inlight-online.co.uk
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Camomile face cream

Can I trust my 'natural' or 'organic' body cream?

Laura Sevier

5th August, 2010

What does it take for a company producing skincare or haircare products to be truly 'natural' or 'organic'? Laura Sevier sorts fact from fiction in the health and beauty stakes more...
Winter eco skincare

Winter skincare: top ten eco picks

Matilda Lee & Laura Sevier

10th December, 2009

Clean, green beauty products for the holiday season more...

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How to make your own skincare products

How to make your own skincare products

Laura Sevier

10th July, 2009

DIY skincare can be as easy as grabbing some ingredients from the fridge or kitchen cupboard. Laura Sevier offers recipes and tips from the experts more...
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Behind the Label: Garnier's Ambre Solaire Gloss Bronzer

Pat Thomas

1st April, 2006

If you’re one of the millions of people using fake tan to look attractive and healthy, be wary: they are full of chemicals that can cause damage to your skin. By Pat Thomas more...
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Behind the label: Nivea Moisturising Lotion

Pat Thomas

1st June, 2005

Are we being naïve about nivea? By Pat Thomas more...
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Behind the label: Radox Herbal Bath with Juniper

Pat Thomas

25th April, 2005

Overrun with shower gels that claim to firm and tone, cream baths that turn back the clock and body scrubs that detox and purify, the shelves of the average supermarket and pharmacy could be mistaken for those of a specialist spa or beauty parlour. Modern marketing contrives to make us believe that taking a bath or shower is an ‘experience’ rather than a personal hygiene fundamental, and that bath-time products are indulgent treats with emotional benefits. More often than not we believe it.
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