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antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Bergamot oil can also help
with stress reduction. Inhaling the refreshing and fruity scent has been found to reduce anxiety, depression and fatigue by signaling to your brain to release the happy hormones, 😃serotonin and dopamine. Bergamot stimulates cell renewal and promotes healthy, toned skin.
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better for you, better for our planet. Organic farming is sustainable farming without harmful pesticides that prioritize the long-term health of the soil, land and waterways. Organic farming supports pollinators, it doesn’t harm surrounding land. Organic foods are often more nutrient rich and usually fresher as it’s without synthetic chemical preservatives. At True organic of Sweden we use high levels of certified organic ingredients in our products. Planet friendly ingredients, every time- always 🌿
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Transformation is part of nature. Butterflies, flowers, personalities all transform. The most beautiful transformation is however the one when you go from aware to even more aware, of who you are. And accept that. Stopping compromising what you want in your life. Making the right choice. That choice that you know is better for you, in the long run. So no, we won't promise you quick fix skincare solutions. The beauty of our products is aligned with your transformation towards becoming the better you.
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It’s easy thinking that piling on all the makeup products in the world will help. To achieve natural radiance that makes your skin look healthy and flawless we need to treat our skin at its core and adopt good habits.
Always remove your makeup. Leaving it on clogs the pores which may cause blemishes. Your skin needs to breathe while it’s in repair mode. Double cleanse.
Apply sunscreen also in the winter that blocks UVA and UVB rays. A longtime exposure to the sun can cause wrinkles, age spots and more serious skin problems.
Eat fruits, vegetables, greens, protein and vitamins. Cut down on sugar
Exercise regularly to stimulate your blood circulation. If you don’t have time with anything else, take a brisk walk around the block. Notice the glow on your face.
Try to get at least 8 hours sleep
Make time for “me time” and try to avoid stress. Ever notice that you tend to break out more when you are stressed?
Do a facial massage when you apply your cream. I mix Make my day cream with Face it serum. Making sure not to pull the skin.
Use gentle skincare products.
Use a face mask like Sea me mask twice a week. It really gives you a noticeable glow and is a true Cinderella mask. Packed with organic ingredients, chlorella and antioxidants that will really make a difference to your skin.
Remember beautiful skin is not a sprint it’s a marathon.
Sweet orange essential oil - an excellent skin toner with a natural source of Vitamin C
Lemongrass essential oil - reduces water retention and tones skin
Aloe Vera - amazing plant for various skin conditions and gives glowing skin
Oat kernel oil - maintains a protective barrier for healthy skin, has anti-itch properties
Safflower oil - a rich source of Vitamin E, keeps skin supple
Squalane - improves skin elasticity
Vitamin E - powerful antioxidant, helps to soften skin
Lactic acid - gentle nourishing agent for skin
Bergamot essential oil (bergaptene free) - soothing and skin conditioning.
I think we have all heard and know that getting enough sleep is essential for optimal wellbeing. We know not to use screens before bed, go out in daylight and all the recommendations. That doesn’t help much when you wake up and are wide awake at 3 or 4 am. Especially now when many people are feeling the January blues. It’s even harder to feel positive when you are lacking in sleep. It’s tempting to reach for the iPad or phone, but that may wake you up even more. So, what to do? I have never been a good sleeper, but these are some of the things I do. Before going to bed I put a drop of lavender essential oil behind each ear. When waking in the early hours I do some relaxing techniques like start to tense groups of muscles one at a time and then relax with a deep breath from top to toe. Breathing exercises like counting down from one hundred while taking deep breaths. Another one is breathing in at a count of two and out to a count of four. If you have trouble falling asleep in the evening, then I find that sleepy time teas or melatonin can help you fall asleep. Do you have any great tips to share?