Natural skin care that’s good for you and the environment. What’s not to love? Wave goodbye to good-for-nothing chemicals: natural skincare is having its moment, and about time too. Whether it’s rosehip oil for pigmentation, witch hazel for blemishes or the antioxidant power of green tea, the following ingredients are packed with goodness that’ll nourish your skin (and hair) inside and out.
But why should you be using natural skincare? Ella Woodward, who is famed for her natural, healthy eating food and wellness blog Deliciously Ella, got married in April 2016. She says ‘Every bride wants their skin to look its best on their wedding day, so it makes sense to feed your skin with the very best natural ingredients. When you’re not feeding your body with nutritious ingredients, it often shows on your skin so choosing ingredients that are bursting with vitamins and minerals will help keep your skin clear and glowing.’
‘In the run up to my wedding I made sure to moisturise morning and night to keep my skin hydrated, I’d often add a few drops of argan oil to my Rose, Lime and Cucumber Moisturiser, which was fantastic for a hydration boost. For a natural makeup remover I love using coconut oil – it’s so gentle and works a dream!’
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