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Healthy Natural Hair in 5 Simple Steps

Healthy Natural Hair in 5 Simple Steps

5 Steps to Healthy Natural Hair This Spring (Image source: via skoolgirlonline.co.uk)   As the winter eases, and signs of spring begin to creep in. You might be looking at ways to revive your natural hair after many long hard months wrapped under endless layers. During winter our good intentions all too often fall away. Braced with freezing temperatures good habits are abandoned in favour of keeping ourselves warm and snug, and who could blame us? Unfortunately, our desperation to keep the cold at bay can have a negative effect on the health of our hair, from central heating to...


Eco-Chic Poppy Okotcha Shows us Some Love!

Eco-Chic Poppy Okotcha Shows us Some Love!

Top model and lovely individual Poppy Okotcha kindly shared a selfie or two with us showing off products from our range that she's currently using and loving. We're so proud and happy that our products have the thumbs up from her. (Continues below...) Poppy shares common values with us when it comes to all things eco-friendly, sustainable and caring for the planet she was recently interviewed by ELLEuk living the eco-chic life on a canal boat. She also shares our desire to eliminate toxic chemicals from our beauty products so we think she's naturally a perfect fit for our products....


How I Choose to BLOOM

How I Choose to BLOOM

BLOOM is hands down my favourite product in the range. It works wonders on my hair but has the added bonus of doing great things for my face and feet. Find below the many ways I choose to BLOOM.   It Makes For a Great Detangler Detangling hair, especially post wash and go, can be a daunting task but BLOOM makes the process a lot easier. I split my hair into 4 – 6 sections. I dampen one section with a little water before smoothing a small amount of oil into my strands. Using my fingers, I gently work through...


A Case for Minimalist Beauty

A Case for Minimalist Beauty

As I stumble gracelessly into my very late 20s, I find myself drawn to the minimalist lifestyle. I don’t want to drag the clutter of my 20s into my 30s, I simply haven’t got the room. The core principle of being a minimalist is living a meaningful life with less stuff. For some this is a simply a case of decluttering, for others it’s about removing the attachment to material things. While I’m not quite ready to commit fully to minimalism, I have tried to apply that principle to my wardrobe and beauty products. The wardrobe is a work in...