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Take the cosmetics FDA quiz and become a smart consumer!

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Wanna have a little bit of fun while learning a great deal? Take the FDA quiz on cosmetics and test your knowledge about cosmetics, their ingredients and the common practices of this industry. The cosmetics industry in the USA is not well regulated and the quiz will help you make well or more informed decisions […]

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Organic candies for Halloween

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Halloween is just around the corner and when kids come knocking at the door this year, why not be prepared with organic candies? Colorful candies are fun and taste good but by simply reading the list of ingredients they contain, one can easily understand how harmful they are. As adults, we can chose to harm […]

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Natural collagen for your anti-aging needs

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Collagen is a strong connective tissue made of white fibers that gives resilience, strength and protection to different parts of the body. It is made of very few cells and collagen binds with elastin, giving the skin its firm texture and elasticity. Over the years, collagen and elastin are less and less produced in the […]

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Suki exfoliate foaming cleanser

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Suki is an innovative company specialized in organic skin care products and organic hair care products. I use Suki exfoliate foaming cleanser and I fell in love in love with it. Suki exfoliate foaming cleanser is a deep cleansing product and rejuvenator because it contains alpha hydroxy acid or AHA derived from natural sugar. AHA […]

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Organic manuka honey

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Organic manuka honey is produced from bees that feed from the Manuka tree. The manuka tree is also known under its latin name Leptospermum scoparium and even called tea tree falsely because Captain Cook used to make tea with its leaves. It is a small evergreen shrub from New-Zealand and Australia that measures between 2m […]

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Homemade face mask

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An organic face mask is great to hydrate the skin or to nourish it and can be tailored-made depending on your skin type or skin condition. We have a few organic masks on our website but if you haven’t found the perfect one, here is a homemade face mask recipe that we hope you will […]

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Organic rye flour

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Organic rye flour comes from rye, a cereal grain that, when growing, looks like a grass. Rye is also known as Secale cereale and belongs to the Poaceae just like barley and wheat. Rye flour is used to make pumpernickel bread and is a great alternative to white bread. Rye flour is milled from the […]

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Organic cocoa butter

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Cocoa butter benefits Cocoa butter naturally occurs in cocoa beans that contain 40% to 50% fats. Cocoa butter, and even better, organic cocoa butter is very beneficial for the skin. Cocoa butter is one of the most stable natural fat and is an amazing moisturizer that prevents from dehydration and leaves the skin extra smooth, […]

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Organic evening primrose oil for dry skin

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Evening primrose is a plant originating from North- America that has been used by Amerindiens since centuries as a food (the root) and also as a traditional medicine remedy (leaves and seeds) to ease various conditions such as respiratory problems, skin conditions or to heal wounds or bruises thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. In the […]

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Organic cramp bark to release spasms and painful cramps

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Organic cramp bark is issued from the Viburnum opulus tree belonging to the Adoxaceae family. The Viburnum opulus tree grows in Europe and Asia and is also called the Snowball tree or European cranberrybush. It grows 2m to 4m high and produces small hermaphrodite white flowers in the summer resembling of a snow ball that […]

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