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My products vary month on month depending on what I have to hand in the drawer in my bathroom. Said drawer consists of a mixture of products which I have either purchased myself,  have been gifted to me or have been included in a beauty box – a great way to try new products and brands!

Despite the assortment of brands and the fabulous array of products at my disposal I invariably find myself returning to the same few products time and time again. If I have a particular reason or event on the horizon and need my skin looking it’s best (or I just feel it could look best), I revert to the tried and tested products. I have one such event coming up so I’ve swapped back to my favourites – the combination I know make my skin look great.

I kick off the day with a quick wipe around my face with some Madara Micellar Water (£14.00) on a muslin cloth or flannel. It’s been a favourite of mine for years and is a staple in my kit too. This not only removes the overnight debris but it refreshes; the fact it contains hyaluronic acid is a bonus – I am hydrating my skin from the off!

Any who’s been reading this a while will know about my love of the Ultra Radiance Organic Age Defying Serum from Beyond Organic Skincare (£17.00/£65.00) – if you don’t you can read my original post here. Rich in potassium, vitamins and fatty acids, I pop a little on my skin once I’ve given the micellar water a moment or two to try off.

Next up is the Twelve Beauty Rapid Eye Treatment (£44.00). I’ve used this on and off (budget permitting) for the past year or so and really like it. It’s a super lightweight fluid so one and a bit pumps is plenty to dot around my eyes.

My penultimate product is moisturiser. Currently I am using Evolve’s Multi Peptide 360 Moisture Cream (£30.00); this is the first time I’ve used this moisturiser and I have to say I am not sure I am totally sold on it. I really liked the Daily Renew Daily Face Cream (£28.00) however wasn’t quite convinced it was hydrating enough for me, so I purchased this to see if it would be the answer… Sadly I’m not sure it is. I am persevering but may return to the Daily Renew Cream once I’ve finished the current jar as it did work well with this combination of products.

Lat but not least is my favourite of facial oils, Odylique’s Super Fruit Concentrate (£33.00). I’ve been using this for years and love the fact it is a blend of oils which seems to work for me a little better than one single oil. Unlike most oils you apply it after your moisturiser; simply patting two or three drops onto my skin and pressing in.

In a nutshell this is my current morning skincare routine. It is always subject to change but this combination of products seems to suit my skin and so when I need my skin to look at its best I find myself reverting to these trusted products.

What are your must have skincare products?

Images: LJS – OMUA

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Organic Makeup Artist Blog by Organic Makeup Artist - 3w ago

Nearly fifty years today millions of people joined together to protest against the negative impacts of 150 years of industrial development. From that day, people all around the world have annually celebrated this planet on the 22nd April and raised awareness on the issues that effect this beautiful planet.

Today is Earth Day.

The theme of this years campaign is Protect Our Species.

Our planet is home to millions of species (many of which are as yet undiscovered), however the actions of the human race have upset natures balance and many of these species are in decline and some now face extinction. Amongst those who are of concern include bees, coral reefs, elephants, giraffes, insects and whales and there are many, many more.

The destruction of the planet is being driven by actions such as deforestation, climate change, pollution and the use of pesticides. Thankfully the rate of extincions can be slowed and much of our threatened species can recover IF we work together to make change.

Earth Day Network is asking people to join their Protect our Species campaign. They aim to

  • Educate and raise awareness about the accelerating rate of extinction of millions of species and the causes and consequences of this phenomenon.
  • Achieve major policy victories that protect broad groups of species as well as individual species and their habitats.
  • Build and activate a global movement that embraces nature and its values.
  • Encourage individual actions such as adopting plant based diet and stopping pesticide and herbicide use.

So what does all this have to do with beauty?

By choosing to use products which are natural and organic you are in part reducing your environmental impact, whether you realise it or not.

Most natural and organic products are free from many of the chemical components which can disrupt our eco-styems and waterways either through production or sourcing or simply by being washed down our plugholes. There is also the small matter of what they can/do to us physically but that’s for another day…

Another plus is that organic ingredients are produced without the use of harmful pesticides which we know are having a deviating effect on bees and insects around the globe. These agricultural chemicals end up in our food, water and by default accumulate in our bodies.

You can find out more about the damaging effect of pesticides by visiting PAN UK (Pesticide Action Network) and PANNA (Pesticide Action Network North America).

We have all seen the horrific images of waste plastic in our oceans and I’m sure we experience it on a smaller level daily by stepping outside our own front door. Packing is another thing that green beauty does right (mostly). Even recyclable and reusable packaging materials such as glass, card and aluminium have some environmental impact but for the most part the packaging used by many natural brands has a significantly lower footprint than plastics.

Protecting Our Species

There are a number of fantastic natural and organic brands who’s philanthropic ventures raise money and awareness for animal/insect conservation. Here are just a few:

Therapi Skincare – Donate at least 5% of its profits to bee conservation projects.
Rahua – Sales of the Enchanted Salt Spray support The P{ink Flamingos Project
Burt’s Bees – Sponser the British Beekeeping Association Adopt A Beehive scheme
Neal’s Yard Remedies – Donate 3% of sales of their Bee Friendly range to bee charities
Green People – support a number of charities including the Marine Conservation Society

It doesn’t stop at which beauty products you buy. There are many other ways to support declining species, starting with those closest to home… Here a few ideas for the garden:

The Soil Association have a fantastic resource on bee friendly planting for your gardens and window boxes (you can find it here).

I’m a big fan of both Seedball and Kabloom who produce wildflower seed packs (in nifty packaging) which support our native wildlife and encourage bee and insects.

Do you have any species friendly favourites?

Images: (1) Earth DayNetwork; (2)WWF; (3) Wikimedia Commons

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Organic Makeup Artist Blog by Organic Makeup Artist - 1M ago

Just before Christmas I worked on a film installation which was one of two commissioned for the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2019. The theme for this years awards Going, Gone, gave the filmmakers the to opportunity to portray the uncertain present (and unclear future) of contemporary Britain in the lead-up to its declared exit from the European Union.

The Lost Ones (directed by Richard Whitby) shows a desperate group of individuals waiting to have their residency status assessed.

Stuck in bureaucratic limbo, and asked to attend an interview at a place called the Premium Service Centre, they find themselves interrogated by a disembodied voice, whose peremptory manner and frequently malicious tone makes for an uncomfortable, hostile environment.

Shot over the course of three days, using a combination of actors and real people, the cast were pretty much in the dark as to what to expect. The film for the most part was unscripted and in order to aid building tension the cast weren’t allowed to see the set or have any contact with anyone aside from myself and a couple of other crew members before the camera started to roll.

From a make-up perspective my job was to make the cast look as normal as possible. Some of the women were asked to came wearing a little of their own make-up however for the most part it was starting from scratch; using all green beauty products of course!

Throughout the film the characters portray a variety of emotions such as stress, anxiety, for or even anger and so making them look perfect wasn’t on the agenda. Sweat and messy hair were all par for the course and there were no touch-ups or on set checks. As a little bit of a perfectionist when it comes to make-up it is always hard to let go on these situations but it’s part of the job :)

The film is showing at Jerwood Space until 2nd June 2019 if you are in the London Bridge area in the next couple of months.

Images: (1) Jerwood/FVU; (2) Curtesy of Richard Whitby

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Organic Makeup Artist Blog by Organic Makeup Artist - 1M ago

Mythical creatures may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of this blog but did you know that tomorrow (April 9th) is actually Unicorn Day? I discovered the existence of this fabulous day of celebration last year (around the end of April typically) and have been holding off from publishing this post ever since!!

Unicorns have been a creature of myth and legend for thousands of years, Artworks depicting Unicorns were found in the historical region of Mesopotamia (on todays maps it would incorporates parts of Syria, Iraq and southeastern Turkey) and the first descriptions of a single horned creature are to be found in Indica a work of greek literature written by the Physician/Historian Ctesias (c. 400 BCE).

Originally considered to be fierce and powerful animals, over the years these (possibly) mythical creatures have become a symbol of love, purity and enchantment. In the past few years they have seen resurgence in popularity with imagery appearing on everything from t-shirts to pencil cases!

Thanks to the multitude of Unicorn fans, brands have been productive and I could pick any number of luminous, iridescent products that are available on the market, however my focus is of course what is available in terms of natural beauty.

(I’ve avoid bio-glitters as I wrote about this not long ago)

Here are my Top Five Unicorn inspired natural beauty products…

Prismatic Pearl Creme Lip Gloss – Bite Beauty ($22.00)

Inspired by rare Tahitian black pearls, Prismatic Pearl Crème Lip Gloss from Bite Beauty has a light-refracting, shimmering multidimensional finish. The colour payoff of these lip glosses is immense! Now we are unable to get Sephora to ship to the UK I haven’t been able to get hold of one of these glosses as yet but they appear to be super pigmented and give a foiled look to the lips. Available in eight shades you can decide what kind of unicorn you want to be today!

Shine-Up Powder – Zao make-up (£23.50)

Zao’s Shine-Up (Pink Champagne) is a highlighting powder which when applied to the skin adds luminosity and radiance. It has a pinky silver, iridescent finis which can be built up for added intensity. The texture is beautiful and it glides onto the skin.

Glow Sticks – Lush (£11.95) (V)

A fabulous creamy vegan highlighter – in stick form!! Apply either with your fingers or directly onto the face with the stick. The shape of them means they can be used pretty much everywhere on the face and can be used to create a multitude of looks. There are an amazing ten different shades and each one has a slightly different finish, so you can choose your favourite unicorn inspo ; my fave is Ibis… Or maybe Rock Dove… Or… I can’t decide.

Fire Rainbow Clouds – Shiro Cosmetics (£5.99)

They may be cheap and cheerful but I’m loving the look of this loose powder from Portland based Shiro Cosmetics. Inspired by the natural phenomena fire rainbows,  this beautiful powder is a stunning soft, iridescent creamy pink shot through with turquoise and plenty of sparkle. It can be used on the cheeks, lips and eyes and even the lips!

Champagne Rosé Luminizer – RMS Beauty (£36.00)

I admit it was hard to pick my final choice but I’ve gone for the beautiful Champagne Rosé from RMS. A blushed pink luminizer (highlighter) with an iridescent rose hue. Possibly the most understated of the selection, it gives the skin a lovely opalescent glow and soft, dewy radiance.

Which products bring our your inner unicorn?

Images: (1) (2) Bite Beauty; (3) Zao; (4) Lush; (5) Shiro Cosmetics; (6) RMS Beauty

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Organic Makeup Artist Blog by Organic Makeup Artist - 1M ago

Today I thought I would share with you some exciting news in the make-up brush world – the Louise Young Cosmetics brush range is now entirely vegan!

I’ve known Louise for over twenty years and knowing I am a massive fan of the range, she kindly sent me a selection of her new brushes to try when the line relaunched – and they certainly don’t disappoint.

First up, the face brushes. Louise sent me three of the brushes from the face collection.

From left to right in the image above are LY05v – Large Powder Bronzer brush (£24.00) a soft, brush for applying and blending powder products; LY51v – Small Powder/Buffing Brush (£20.00), a lovely brush great for buffing and blending and LY49v – Deluxe Tapered Powder brush (£27.00).

The (non-vegan) original version of the LY47v was/is (I still have three of them) one of my favourite brushes from her range and I use it for applying blushers, bronzers and powders (loose and pressed). The vegan alternative is pretty similar in feel and weight and does equally a good a job as it’s predecessor.

Next up are the detail brushes; in other words lip and eye brushes.

Again from left to right are: LY46v – Super Blending Brush (£17.00), a lovely chunky brush for blending eyeshadows; LY14v – Socket Brush (£14.50) for applying and blending eye shadows in and around the eye socket. LY31v – Angled Brow Brush (£13.00), for applying products to the eyebrows and  LY24v – Fine Eyeliner Brush (£11.00), the perfect liner brush.

The final brush is the LY27v – Filbert Lip Brush (£15.00), which in my mind is possibly the loveliest lip brush of all time!

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You’ll be unsurprised to hear that I love these brushes. The brushes hold and apply make-up just as well as any of their predecessors. They are lovely in the hand and the quality is second to none.

In all honesty I doubt the majority will notice any difference between these and the original brushes. Visually they haven’t changed a bit. The only difference being that there is now a small V next to the brush number on the handle…

What are your favourite vegan brush brands?

Images: (1, 2, 3) LJS – OMUA

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I love a cream blush. At work I would always choose to apply a cream blush over a powder one; it is so forgiving and incredibly flattering and not only do I incorporate it into most make-ups I do but also recommend it to pretty much anyone who asks.

There are times however when only a powder blush will do and in these cases I almost invariably find myself turning to my trusty Couleur Caramel Blush Powders (£18.50).

The blusher powder is miconised and so together with hydrating ingredients such as olive oil derived squalene and Shea butter, they feel great on the skin. They go on smoothly and even when built up, I haven’t experienced any caking.

The blushers currently available in four shades: Peach (#51), which is a matte peach; Fresh Pink (#52) – a light matte rose pink; Light Pink (#53) – a blue pink with a shimmer and Old Rose (#57) which is a matte rose tone. I have all four in my kit plus a number of discontinued shades too as you can see from my palette above.

The blushers a housed in small kraft envelopes and so if you are looking for a product with a beautiful compact you will be sorely disappointed. The very basic and ecologically sound packaging means they are ideal for a pro kit however – or for anyone who uses a magnetic palette. I personally wouldn’t rely on the packaging to keep the blush from cracking or damage so if you don’t have a palette, it may be worth investing.

Have you used the Couleur Caramel blushers?

Ingredients:

Mica, Zea Mays Starch, Zinc Stearate, Squalane, Glyceryl Caprylate, Tocopherol, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Pongamia Glabra Seed Oil, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Silica, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter
May Contain: Ci 77491 (Red Iron Oxide) – Ci 77492 (Yellow Iron Oxide) – Ci 77891 (Titanium Dioxide) – Ci 77742 (Manganese Violet) – Ci 77499 (Black Iron Oxide) – Ci 77007 (Ultramarine)
Details:
100% natural
10% organic
Vegan friendly
www.couleur-caramel.co.uk

Images: LJS – OMUA

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Sometimes I am fortunate enough to be sent products to try (some I like, some less so) and very occasionally these products are yet to be released and so I am amongst the first to try them out – which is particularly exciting!

I was recently sent a bottle of the yet to be released Greenhouse Tomato and Carrot Seed Renewing Oil Cleanser (£42.00/£28.00) from aromatherapy beauty brand  Inner Senses.

I love a good cleansing oil; recently I seem to have been on a run of balm cleansers so its nice to bring back an oil into the cleansing part of my routine.

The first thing that hits you with the cleansing oil is the scent. It is in my opinion simply divine!

True to it’s name, there is a heady whiff of vine tomatoes and I found myself instantly whisked away to sunnier climes and the greenhouse of my dreams packed full of the ripening fruit. There is something truly wonderful about the scent of tomatoes on the vine; the scent is sweet yet earthy and so, so fresh.

I could eulogise about the scent all day however what it does is probably more important to you.

Designed for skin which is combination to dry and prone to sensitivity, Greenhouse contains a host of ingredients which have a beneficial effects on the skin. The list of oils within the product is pretty extensive with carrot, safflower, jojoba and apricot to name but a few! With the addition of the botanical extracts, you can see this is winner in terms of what it gives.

I have been using it in the evenings (near daily) to rid myself of the daily grim and grot which accumulates on my skin; it easily removes make-up too – although I admit I haven’t used it to remove a heavy, full face as yet.

Beautifully fresh and bursting with skin-loving nutrients such as Lycopene, Beta-carotene and Papaya enzyme to cleanse and revitalise, this nourishing oil cleanser will gently yet effectively remove all residue of dirt and makeup, brightening the complexion and leaving it balanced, supple and silky smooth.

I have been warming about eight pumps of the oil in my hands before massaging it into my face. In part because I like the smell so much, I have then been leaving it on my skin a few moments, gently massaging further before removing with a warm, damp flannel or muslin. As well as feeling clean, it leaves my skin feeling nourished and well and truly cared for.

I have to admit Greenhouse isn’t a cheap option, however if you can push to it, it is definitely worth a try – especially if you are a fan of cleansing oils.

If you have tried it already, let me know how you got on.

Ingredients:
(Denotes of *organic origin  † Naturally present in essential oils)
*Daucus carrota (Carrot) infused Simmondsia chinensis (Golden Jojoba) kernel oil, *Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) oil, *Camellia oleifera (Camellia) seed oil, *Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) kernel oil,  *Ricinus communis (Castor) seed oil, *Solanum lycopersicum (Tomato) seed oil, Carica papaya (Papaya) seed oil, *Persea gratissima (Avocado) oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E/non-gmo), Lycopersicum Esculentum Mill (Tomato) leaf absolute, *Daucus carota (Carrot) seed CO2 extract  † Limonene, Linalool, Geraniol
Details:
93% Organic
100% Natural
www.innersenses.co.uk

Images: LJS – OMUA

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Organic Makeup Artist Blog by Organic Makeup Artist - 1M ago

Mascara has a limited lifespan and once you’ve finished it, it goes in the bin right? Not necessarily… An Aberdeenshire charity has appealed for donations of (clean) mascara wands to aid them in caring for orphaned and injured baby animals.

Inspired by a similar initiative in the US, the New Arc Animal Rescue Centre use the brushes to groom and comfort the birds and animals who are brought into the centre.

The brushes which have perfectly sized bristles, mimic the grooming the animals would normally receive from their parents and helps keep them clean and healthy; removing mites, dust, fleas and larvae from fur and feathers. It also helps keep the creatures happy as they would .

So before you throw away your old tubes of mascara, why not send the brushes to New Arc?

The brushes must be thoroughly cleaned with warm, soapy water, dried and then sealed in a ziplock bag.

Send the mascara wands to:

The New Arc, Nether Auquhadlie, Auchnagatt,
Ellon, Aberdeenshire, AB41 8UW

It may so be worth checking with your local wildlife rescue centre, to see if they want wands too.

I can’t think of a better way to reuse mascara wands!

Images: (1, 2) New Arc

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To tie in with Fairtrade Fortnight (we are of course now in week two), this month I thought I would choose a product from the vault who’s ingredients have been sourced  ethically and of course fairly…

I had completely forgotten about the Odylique Eye Pencil (£12.50). It has been sitting in the smaller portable kit that I transport around the country (climb ladders and balance on gantrys with) for a certain broadcast client for ages, poised for those just-in-case moments, but until we began using a female presenter on a fairly regular basis, I’d on whole had little need for it.

Saying I’d completely forgotten about this pencil is a touch untrue. I’ve had a couple of these pencils over the years; always having one in my pencil roll and on occasion, another in my personal make-up bag. So, When I say forgotten I actually mean forgotten how good it is.

With it’s soft, deep and inky black pigment the Odylique Eye Liner is surely a must have for your make-up bag and is a great choice for those making the transition to a greener kit; easy to apply and easy to wear, plus it has great green credentials.

Not the creamiest of organic eye pencils (that prize would [off the top of my head] probably have to go to Inika or Benecos) but the texture is lovely and the liner itself; fairly soft (but not too soft). Unlike some eyeliner pencils (naming no names of course), there is no scratching or dragging on application and it doesn’t take much to get it to soften up in colder weather – that said it keeps it’s point pretty well on warmer days.

Applied to the lash line it stays in place well and can be blended down to soften the line whilst on the water-line, it doesn’t have such great colour payoff but it does last reasonably well. The pencil also makes a great base for liquid liners; an old make-up trick for intensifying the colour of a liquid liner and to improve wear and help to hide that irritating cracking that so often occurs.

If you are looking for a product for effects or you just fancy rockin’ a Marilyn Manson vibe, it makes for a great lip liner too :)

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When I wrote the original post Odylique still went under the name Essential Care (I’ve edited the name in this post so we know who I’m referring too) and although the liner is sporting a shiny newly designed coat, it is still the same pencil deep down.
I still have a couple of these eye liners in my kit. There are a couple of others in there too but I can’t really fault it. It may not be the blackest of blacks but sometimes you don’t want a line that is that intense – less is quite often more…
Have you tried the Odylique eye liner?

Ingredients:
( *Organically grown/produced, **Ecocert/Cosmos approved high purity mineral pigments free from lead, mercury, arsenic and other heavy metal contaminants, x Certified Fairtrade)
Ricinis Communis oil*, Simmondsia Chinensis Oil*, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil*, Cera Alba*, Cera Carnauba*, Canelilla Cera*, Olieic/Linoleic/Linolenic Poly-Glycerides, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter *x, Calendula Officials Flower Extract*, Rosarinus Officials Extract*.
May contain** +/- MICA, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499, CI 77891, CI 77742, CI 77007
Details:
Free from any synthetic chemicals, preservatives and fillers, bismuth oxychloride, hydrogenated oils, lead, mercury, parabens, phthalates, petrochemicals, silicones, talc and tree-nut oils
100% natural
64% Organic
www.odylique.co.uk

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Organic Makeup Artist Blog by Organic Makeup Artist - 3M ago

Today marks the start of Fairtrade Fortnight (25 February – 10 March 2019), the annual campaign organised by the Fairtrade Foundation (the UK division of Fairtrade International). I have been a passionate supporter of the Fairtrade movement since I was in my early teens when I started volunteering at our (tiny) local Traidcraft shop. If you are a long term reader you will know the each year I always take this opportunity to stand on my soapbox – sometimes it involves me talking about make-up and beauty but sometimes not :)

The Fairtrade Foundation are a movement for change that works directly with businesses, consumers and campaigners to ensure farmers and workers get a fair deal. Each year they celebrate with a campaign to highlight the work that Fairtrade organisations do around the world and encourage consumers to choose products that have been fairly traded.

This year the campaign is focused on Chocolate and principally the female cocoa farmers in West Africa.

According to the Fairtrade Foundation, cocoa farmers in West Africa need to earn £1.86*each day in order to achieve a living income. Typically a cocoa farmer in Cote d’Ivoire (one of the biggest producers of cocoa) lives on around 74p** a day!!

Almost all cocoa farmers in West Africa live in poverty.

The situation for female growers is even worse. In addition to planting and harvesting the crops and transporting them to market, they have children to care for and have a home to run; cooking, cleaning and collecting wood. They do all this but often with fewer rights than men.

By working with governments, chocolate companies and retailers, making the commitments and policies necessary to make it happen, Fairtrade are hoping to make a living income to become a reality for cocoa farmers. A living wage means that people earn enough to live a simple but dignified life, enabling them to pay for medicine, education and clothing. Basic things that many of us take for granted.

Chocolate which contains fairly traded cocoa can be found pretty much anywhere these days! You don’t need to go far from your local high street – check out the list of retailers here.

Fairtrade isn’t just limited to food products. Many beauty products, including many from some of our favourite natural and organic brands contain ingredients which have been sourced responsibly and fairly traded too.

For some fair-trade beauty ideas, check out my Top Five: Fairtrade Beauty Essentials and find out more about Odylique’s use of fair-trade ingredients in My Conversation with Abbi Weeds.

What are your fair trade favourites?

By the way: If you are a fan of hot chocolate and happen to be in London over the next fortnight then hunt out Rosine’s Hot Chocolate Salon; a secret, West African themed salon hidden inside an unassuming newsagents – just find the secret button!

The hot chocolates on the menu have been designed by three chefs known for their healthy approach to easting; Tom Hunt, Tess Ward and Melissa Hemsley.

*WIP estimation based on the Living Income Community of Practice
**This is the estimated daily income per household member based on a typical cocoa farming household

Images: (1, 2) Fairtrade Foundation

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