‘The exfoliant is amazing. It smells uplifting, it has a slight spicy but citrus scent, I apply it to damp skin and use my hands in a circular motions rub it onto my skin.
There’s a slight tingling to the skin, sometimes I leave it on as I shower for a few minutes and rinse off.
Smooth, clean skin. I don’t find my skin feels stripped and I use this every other day but I do find for myself it can be used daily as it’s gentle enough. I find it helps my face control the oil.’
If you are out and about in London, why not come and see some of our range recently launched at the Things British Greenwich Shop.
The shop is located within the market’s perimeter on Turnpin Lane at the southern historic cobbled alleyway of artisan shops.
Visitors can explore and buy gifts that are truly unique and memorable – all designed and made here in Great Britain.
‘Show that special someone you really care by finding something unique, special and quirky that was handcrafted in Britain by one of Britain’s talented desiger makers.’
Look for the eagle above the shop.
7 Turnpin Lane
London SE10 9JA
‘Chosen from hundreds of entries as one of the best new and exciting products out in 2016!’
Can anyone understand the ingredients list on a commercial shaving product?
This Organic Shaving Gel is blended with refreshing lemony scented Organic Melissa flora water and Organic Lemongrass essential oil. These combine as mild astringents, tightening pores to help hairs ‘stand up’, ready for shaving.
Organic Aloe Vera and Organic Cucumber Extract help protect facial skin against razor burn and rash. Skin is left refreshed, soothed and conditioned after shaving.
So why not introduce the man in your life to honest, organic skincare?
We are hoping to bring our several more products in the Conscious Man range this year, so watch this space!
On World Cancer Day there are many, many personal and inspiring stories.
We wanted to share just one, from our good friend Amanda at Myon Pure. Thank you for taking the time to read it.
‘World Cancer Day – My Story
Aged 33, and just after the birth of my little girl, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. A stage 3 invasive ductal carcinoma which was starting to spread through my body. I’ve been through the traumas of a cancer diagnosis at a young age, had numerous operations, chemotherapy and radiotherapy but despite this, I consider myself to be very lucky. I haven’t “beaten” cancer, nor am I any stronger than the many people who have lost their lives to the cruel disease. I am just extremely lucky that by chance, I found the cancer early, and had the support of an amazing team of oncologists, surgeons, nurses and alternative therapists who worked together to remove the cancer and ensure (I hope) that it doesn’t return.
My cancer experience changed the way I live my life in many ways. It put life in perspective. It made me think about what was really important to me, and lead me to re-asses my work-life balance. What really matters in life? To me, it was spending quality time with my family and doing everything I could to live a long and healthy life. I’d always been relatively fit and ate a healthy balanced diet, but I had never been aware of the amount of chemicals I was putting in to my body through my skincare products. Continue reading “World Cancer Day – Inspirational Story”→