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3 WAYS WITH APRICOTS FOR DRY SKIN

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3 WAYS WITH APRICOTS FOR DRY SKIN

3 WAYS WITH APRICOTS FOR DRY SKIN A delicious fruit and as good for your skin as it looks! * * When you have dry skin the tightness can make you feel like something needs to be done and fast! these recipes are easy, the process is relaxing, effective and satisfying.  3 simple recipes that you can make from just 4 ingredients and apricots are the star of the show. The complete set of 3 DIY skincare treatments will create a beauty ritual that will promote your skins natural ability to heal, rejuvenate and restore suppleness. With these ingredients you'll...

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SPOTLIGHT ON ROSEHIPS

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SPOTLIGHT ON ROSEHIPS

SPOTLIGHT ON ROSEHIP At this time of year our skin begins to need more protection from the elements, rosehip oil has the answer and as if by magic the countryside is full of rosehips.  It's 'hip' to know just what your skin needs   Rosehip oil is quickly absorbed into the skin, replenishing moisture and creating a protective barrier on the skin to help prevent dehydration which is just what you need in the colder windier weather.   ) Rosehip oil can be used to support a number of skin conditions: Dermatitis, eczema, sunburn, brittle nails, to minimise fine lines...

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MOISTURISE DRY SKIN

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MOISTURISE DRY SKIN

MOISTURISE DRY SKIN * * This range has been specially formulated for dry/combination skin with formulas that are moisturising and nourishing. The inspiration for this range comes from hydrating fruits like apricot, papaya, arctic cranberry and rosehip. These fruit extracts have been delicately fused with  rose flower powder and wild rose clay giving back to dry skin everything it needs.  * For dry skin it's important to lock the moisture loving ingredients  into the deeper dermal layer, these ingredients that I refer to as moisturising attract water to them, humectants, some kitchen beauty humectants that you'll have to hand are honey, glycerin, yougurt of all kinds...

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