18 Organic Solutions for Skin and Hair Problems
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 | Tricia
Just wanted to tell you about all the new products we have added to our range – we’ve been on a bit of a shopping spree and have a massive 18 new products for skin and hair!
These new products are especially worth checking out if you have very sensitive skin or eczema, as many of them are specially formulated with you in mind. Of course, they aren’t claiming to be magic cures, but they do contain natural healing ingredients which gently care for, soothe, reduce inflamation, and moisturize your skin, without irritating it.
We even have a whole new brand, Essential Care. Their Soil Association Certified Organic skin and hair products are hand-made in Suffolk. The family who make them have experience with eczema and skin complaints, so some of their products are tailor-made for the most sensitive skin. We’ve stocked up on trial sizes, too, so you can give your skin a taster before committing to a whole bottle.
I’ve lately been using the Weleda Almond Moisturising Cream myself, and find it exceptionally good. I really enjoy the richness of the cream feeling on my skin, which surprisingly lasts all day. I really recommend it if your skin needs a super-moisturising daily boost. Even if you don’t need something as rich as I do, Weleda have an almond delight in store for you – their Soothing Facial Lotion is similarly natural, scented, and sensitive, but it’s lighter. We like these so much that we also got the Soothing Almond Facial Cleanser, which goes well with either of the moisturisers.
If you’ve a sensitive scalp, you could also take a look at the new Essential Care Gentle Herb Shampoo, which is already selling like hot cakes, and is so good to your hair that after a few washes, you shouldn’t even need conditioner any more.
We have new super quality certified organic amla powder. Amla is renowned for its very high vitamin C content and nurturing, health-giving properties. Mixed into a paste and used as a hair treatment, it enhances curls, increases volume and shine, and if added to your henna and indigo mix works to tone down the red of the henna.
Amla paste also makes a lovely facial mask or scrub. Its astringent toning and exfoliating properties make it great for oily or combination skin, leaving the skin with a healthy glow.
If you have any questions about the products, please do drop me a line here: http://www.suvarna.co.uk/ask-tricia-question.html (I love talking about our organic cosmetics, so get asking!)