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Must have for winter sports- All you need is me balm

Some of the reasons I feel All you need is me balm is a must for winter sports vacation 

* calms down sunburn overnight 

* heaven for tired legs and aching muscles. Every ingredient is anti inflammatory. Apply at night, you are good to go in the morning 

* protects your skin from icy snow storms and cold wind

* overnight face mask for dry skin 

 

Unfortunately it doesn’t improve my skiing skills 😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#trueorganicofsweden #allyouneedisme #winterbalm #wintersports #tiredmusclerelief #skiing #snow #snowboarding 

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What makes Scandinavian beauty different


1. What is it that make Scandinavian beauty regimes different from those from other area of the world?

Many Scandinavians embrace a holistic approach to great skin. It’s not just what you apply onto your skin, it’s also what you eat, mental wellbeing and how you exercise. Scandinavian women are knowledgeable on how strong fatty acids can increase the barrier functions of cells. Most people want to keep it simple and avoid long complicated routines.


2. Which product in your in your range do you consider the most Scandinavian and why?

They are all very Scandinavian as I like to use natural, pure, simple but effective ingredients, but if I would have to pick one it would be our multi award winning balm All you need is me. I have actually tasted all ingredients, that’s how pure it is. There are only 5 ingredient but as they are natural they work in synergy and become even more effective together.


3. How do you define Scandinavian beauty?
Pure, natural, organic, clean ingredients. Products that stimulate the skin and provide great results, without any damage and side effects to the skin or the planet. Stylistically pure packaging often made of recycled or sustainable materials.



True organic of Sweden
Tina de Sousa
tina@trueorganicofsweden.com
trueorganicofsweden.com



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What makes Scandinavian beauty different


1. What is it that make Scandinavian beauty regimes different from those from other area of the world?

Many Scandinavians embrace a holistic approach to great skin. It’s not just what you apply onto your skin, it’s also what you eat, mental wellbeing and how you exercise. Scandinavian women are knowledgeable on how strong fatty acids can increase the barrier functions of cells. Most people want to keep it simple and avoid long complicated routines.


2. Which product in your in your range do you consider the most Scandinavian and why?

They are all very Scandinavian as I like to use natural, pure, simple but effective ingredients, but if I would have to pick one it would be our multi award winning balm All you need is me. I have actually tasted all ingredients, that’s how pure it is. There are only 5 ingredient but as they are natural they work in synergy and become even more effective together.


3. How do you define Scandinavian beauty?
Pure, natural, organic, clean ingredients. Products that stimulate the skin and provide great results, without any damage and side effects to the skin or the planet. Stylistically pure packaging often made of recycled or sustainable materials.



True organic of Sweden
Tina de Sousa
tina@trueorganicofsweden.com
trueorganicofsweden.com



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Amazing multitasker

This summer we have been using the amazing multi tasker All you need is me balm almost daily. On mosquito bites, apply a dab of tea tree oil let it dry, then put All you need is me on top. It will stop itching. For sunburn, All you need is me calms the skin. Nettle stings disappear in minutes after applying All you need is me. A gardener’s hands best friend. No wonder this little miracle tube has won so many awards. What do you use it for? So kind yet so hardworking. Inspired by not wanting to put anything harsh on my son’s body when he was a baby. So grateful, thank you. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#allyouneedisme #trueorganicofsweden #naturalskincare #organicskincare #sustainablepackaging #skincare #madeinsweden 

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