margarita-photos-2If you are you still looking for that one amazing beauty product which will make your skin hydrated, glowing and wrinkle free, rosehip oil could be the one.

Rosehip oil is a well-kept beauty secret among celebrities such as Kate Middleton and Victoria Beckham. Cold pressed oil is enriched with the concentrated nature of Vitamins A and E and Omegas 9, 3 and 6 essential fatty acids. The oil is made up of three-quarters of essential fatty acids: oleic, linoleic, and linolenic, which help maintain healthy skin.

Rosehip oil is derived from the wild rose bushes high in the Chilean Andes, where the high altitude and pollutant-free environment produce the highest quality rosehips. The oil has been used for centuries in South America for its effective moisturising and anti-ageing qualities.

The oil is very lightweight and absorbs to your skin quickly and works as a moisturiser, serum and treatment in one. It has skin rejuvenating properties like vitamin C and lycopene and is also good for sensitive skin types because it’s non-greasy.

If you want to keep your skin smooth, blemish-free, fight those fine lines, hydrate your dry skin and lighten imperfections like acne scarring and sun spots regular use of rosehip oil will help you to achieve that.

After discovering the amazing benefits of rosehip oil and what wonders it can do to your skin you will want to use it on your face today!

We think that everyone deserves to have the skin they dream about and would like to offer 20% off on our cold pressed 100% organic rosehip oil. Use code: rosehip2016 at checkout, offer ends 30th of June 2016.

You can find our amazing organic rosehip oil here:

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On World Water Day we would like to take a moment to celebrate all the good things water gives us, which includes our health and beauty.

Water has many amazing properties that make it one of the most useful substances in healing and is an essential for healthy and glowing skin.

In ancient Greek medicine, there evolved a healing tradition called the water cure. It is a common term for a collection of therapies, which make skillful and ingenious use of water healing virtues. They used hydrotherapy methods for curing disease only by bathing in it or drinking it.

You are not just what you eat you are what you drink. That is why  water is so important to keep healthy and beautiful.

Our skin is the largest organ in the body, which contains 64% of water, and functions as a protective barrier to prevent excess fluid loss. When our skin does not get enough water the lack of hydration will make the skin look dry and wrinkled and not much else could change it.

You must wonder what would be the best way to add and lock water in the skin to keep you looking hydrated and glowing?

We strongly recommend to drink more water, at least 2 litres a day. This will help to get rid of any unwanted body and skin toxins and keep you hydrated. Large water consumption will not improve your skin overnight but you will start to see how much more hydrated and radiant your skin looks in a good few weeks.

Remember to apply moisturiser on your skin within first few minutes of leaving the shower or bath. Immediate application of moisturiser will help to trap some of the water still on your skin and use it to hydrate you.

Our tailor made moisturiser will help you to trap the water. You can double the effect on your face by spraying our signature best seller lavender or rose floral water on your skin right before applying our tailor made moisturiser. Your skin will not only be hydrate but will feel refreshed and toned throughout the day.

Tailor Made Moisturisers:

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The sun is out and most of us will be spending a lot more time outdoors enjoying the weather. When spending time in the sun it is crucially important to be well educated on how to protect your skin. You not only run a risk of overheating but you put yourself at risk of developing skin cancer.

According to Cancer Research UK, skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United Kingdom and one of the most common cancers in young adults aged 15-34. Over 80% of all skin cancers are caused by over-exposure to the sun or sun beds. That means that skin cancer is preventable when correctly undertaking the sun safety measures.

Remember it is not only sunbathing that counts, just by being outdoors in the sun or playing with your kids in the garden puts you at high risk if the correct sun protection is not used.

Being associated with British Skin Foundation and donating 5% of our annual profits to fund skin cancer research we feel responsible and want to share the best possible guide on how to prevent your skin from cancer.

Here is how to stay safe:

  1. If you want to look tanned try using fake tan from a bottle. It is safer than a natural tan because no sun exposure is required. Just remember that fake tan is not a sunscreen and, if you plan to go out in the sun, you will need to apply sunscreen.
  1. When spending time outdoors try to seek shade between 10am and 4pm, that is when the sun’s rays are usually strongest.
  1. Always remember to apply sun screen to entire body 30 minutes before going outside and remember to reapply every two hours.
  1. Avoid sunbathing but if you really have to then try to not over do it and try not to burn. Even a single sunburn increases your risk of developing skin cancer.
  1. Avoid tanning beds in a salon. People who use tanning beds are more likely to develop skin cancer. Even occasional sunbed use almost triples your chances of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
  1. Use a sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher every single day all year round. Even when it is cold and cloudy outside you need to wear sunscreen.
  1. Examine your skin head to toe once a month and look out for skin changes of any kind. If you find any new and unusual spot, mole or beauty mark of any kind which you haven’t noticed before seek your GP for advice.
  1. Always remember to keep newborns out of direct sunlight. Baby skin possesses little melanin and is more prone to burning. Just one severe burn in childhood doubles the chances of developing melanoma.
  1. Be aware of sun sensitive medication. Some prescription and over the counter medication including antibiotics, can make your skin more sensitive to sunlight.
  1. Remember to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes. Sun exposure can cause serious conditions to your eyes from cataracts to melanomas of the eye or eyelid.

almondsGet glowing skin and confidence boost – one bite at a time.

We already know that having a good diet can boost energy, improve longevity and control body weight. Good diet can also keep skin supple and smooth and help fight age-related damage.

Are you now wondering what to eat to stay beautiful and young? This skin-saving food will be a good start.


If you tolerate grains, a good way to start your day is by eating oats for breakfast. Oats are rich in fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, folate and potassium. That make them, an amazing natural beauty enhancer. They can help to soothe and heal the skin and prevent premature ageing.

Tropical Fruit:

Tropical fruit is full of vitamin C, which will help to defend your skin against damage free radicals and help your body to produce collagen, which will keep your skin firm and elastic. Pineapple, kiwi, papaya and other tropical fruits are the ones to love.


Fish contains omega-3 fats which is also known as ‘good fats’. These good fats keep toxins out and allow water and nutrients into the skin, which helps to fight inflammation in the skin.

Eating cold water fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel, tuna, sardines, black cod, among many others will lead to smoother, younger – looking skin with a visible reduction of skin inflammations such as acne and psoriasis.

Make sure you avoid deep fried fish and only eat fish prepared in healthy ways.


Almonds are one of the most nutritious nuts for your skin. They contain vitamin B, E vitamins, healthy fats and protein, which are one the essentials for smooth and firm skin.

Vitamin B biotin helps to maintain healthy fatty acids in the skin to keep it soft and supple. Without enough biotin skin can become dry, flaky and irritated.

Vitamin E works as a skin antioxidant, which protects the skin cells from free radical damage which leads to wrinkles and skin ageing.

If you want to have smooth and wrinkle free skin remember to eat raw and unsalted almonds, since roasted and salted varieties are high in oils and can trigger excess sebum production which will lead to acne.


Pumpkin is your skin’s perfect companion. Pumpkin is filled with vitamins C, E and A as well fruit enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), which increase cell turnover, to brighten and smooth the skin.

Pumpkin seeds have amazing properties for acne sufferers. The seeds are filled with zinc, which helps to control the hormone level and oil production, as well as assist with healing of the skin.

Try to replace potatoes and other higher starch foods with pumpkin. In just a week, your skin will probably look brand new.




Happy New Year! Wishing you very healthy and beautiful year full of adventure and happy moments!

The calendar has already turned to January and it finally started to feel like winter. The change of season can add extra stress for your skin and body in general. If you are not into winter sports and not planning to spend more time outdoors remember the air indoors tends to lack natural moisture in winter due to heating which dries the skin out.

Most of us remember to switch our seasonal wardrobe but we tend to forget about one of the most important parts of our body – the skin. It is equally important to switch our beauty product seasonally to maintain the moisture and beauty of your skin.

If you are a winter sports enthusiast and planning to spend some time on the slopes you should prepare and look after your skin even more. Always remember that even in winter and especially when skiing on the slopes hydrated and UV protected skin is a must.

Here are some tips for keeping your skin healthy and glowing this winter:

  1. Remember to moisturise. Not only your face but your whole body too. We advise you to use more richer moisturise to keep your skin moist throughout the day whatever the weather.
  1. UV protection is a must even on snowy or rainy winter days. If you are looking for daily UV protection we advise you to use SPF 15 however, if you are planning a skiing trip go for SPF 30 or even higher you won’t regret it.
  1. Don’t forget your precious lips. Our lips are especially sensitive to dry air and dries out fairly quickly. We love our Magic Cream on those cold and dry winter days.( )you can use it pretty much anytime and anywhere on your skin.
  1. Stay hydrated from the inside out and never forget to have a bottle of our miracle floral water in your handbag. ( Remember to drink a lot of water and consume plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables to keep your vitamin levels high. We also love natural cold pressed fruit juices which not only gives us all the vitamins we need but also cleanses our digestive system and adds very much needed high quality nutrients.
  1. Never forget your daily skincare routine and always remember to cleanse, tone and moisturise morning and evening. We have a great selection of natural and organic skincare products for every skin type. We hand make all of our products in the UK using only the finest natural ingredients.closeup portrait of attractive caucasian smiling woman brunette isolated on white studio shot lips face hair head and shoulders looking at camera warm clothing winter cristmas