Naturally Beautiful

BATD ON Jul 29, 2010 AT 10:00 am

Berry Beautiful Raspberry & Blackcurrant Daily Serum

When it comes to my beauty routine, I tend to favour products with a natural slant. I’m not anti-chemicals, but just feel my skin reacts so well to botanicals that I might as well stick with it! With so many beauty launches recently, I’m coming across more and more advanced technologies and new natural ingredients that I am spoiled for choice. Read up on the natural newbies that have made an impact.

One Green Bottle Berry Beautiful Raspberry & Blackcurrant Daily Serum

I like the practical roller ball application method of this skin nourishing oil that contains rosehip seed oil, one of the most powerful natural anti-oxidants. It’s also got a healthy dose of raspberry seed oil, carrot oil, mandarin and rose to keep skin protected, hydrated and lusciously soft. It smells green with undertones of roses and absorbs very quickly so there’s no oily residue. www.myonegreenbottle.co.uk

Rahua Shampoo

Rahua Shampoo

Rahua Shampoo & Conditioner

I love this shampoo and conditioner that works especially well for colour treated hair using exotic natural extracts of Rahua Nut Oil and Palo Santo Oil. The Rahua nut has been used for centuries by Amazonian women to keep their hair healthy and strong, and Rahua molecules penetrate the hair shaft to repair and rebuild. It’s easy to use, and rinses out cleanly and quickly – a must with any hair care for a girl in a rush! Shampoo, £26, Conditioner, £27.50. www.beautyexpert.co.uk

Amorocco Pure Organic Argan Oil

Amorocco Pure Organic Argan Oil

I’m a total convert to Argan oil since visiting Morocco, and absolutely adore this new brand that sends proceeds towards the protection and promotion of the women that produce it. It’s so pure it has Ecocert certification, and you can use it on scars to help heal, on hair for a conditioning treatment and on the face and body for hydration. £14.99, www.amoroccooils.co.uk

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