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Korean beauty, better known as K-beauty, has finally hit our shelves with one of its most popular brands called WHAMISA: the award-winning, fermented cosmetic brand made in Korea is getting us all jittery with excitement.

What makes this Korean brand stand out from the rest? Waterless formulas meet fermented botanicals to create unique cosmetic products that are soaked up by the skin, increasing their absorption power and transporting the active ingredients deep into the skin’s layers. WHAMISA uses waterless formulas to obtain the greatest benefits from the natural substances used in their cosmetic products for increased effectiveness. As an alternative to purified or distilled water used in conventional cosmetics, WHAMISA opts for botanical extracts such as aloe and rice that are packed with nutrients, soften the skin and aids in absorption.

What sets the WHAMISA brand even further apart from their natural cosmetic counterparts is the inclusion of fermented ingredients. The process of fermentation splits compounds into simpler substances for better absorption by the skin. Thus, the skin is able to better absorb a maximum of vital substances with rapid effect while reducing the risk of allergic reactions. Fermented ingredients are also more skin-friendly on sensitive skin types.

Quality ingredients are sourced to achieve impressive results. They've developed a range of products from face and body care to sheet masks and hand creams, as well as a skincare range dedicated to men's skin needs. The WHAMISA product palette also includes a natural hair care line. No matter what your hair type is, you can benefit from their sulphate-free hair care products ranging from Organic Seeds Shampoo for Dry Scalp to nourish and Organic Seeds Shampoo for Oily Scalp to clarify the strands and scalp. A hair treatment, hair tonic and hair essence will have your tresses looking fab!

But WHAMISA did not stop there! They've developed a natural BB Cream, suitable for all skin types. The BB Cream effortlessly adapts to every skin tone. These, too, are enriched with fermented plant extracts that balance the appearance of the complexion.

Why we love the brand? WHAMISA says no to:

  • chemical emollients
  • artificial fragrances
  • artificial colours
  • petrochemical ingredients
  • acidity controllers
  • parabens
  • chemical preservatives

WHAMISA gets both thumbs up from us. What's more, most of their products come in mini sizes which allows you to test their range before committing to a full-size version. Browse their marvellous selection of cosmetics here.

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You have curly hair and heard about the Curly Girl Method but don't know where to start? We're here to explain the basics behind the technique, shine a light on how to get started, which products to use and what to avoid to ensure that you're treating your curls with the love and care that they need and deserve.

What is the Curly Girl Method?

The Curly Girl Method is hair care technique used for naturally curly hair based on the book, Curly Girl: The Handbook written by Lorraine Massey. It outlines the techniques of eliminating hair damaging habits (like heat styling and the use of sulphate-based shampoos) to opting for a healthier approach using conditioners and various styling creams and gels.

Where to Start? The Final Wash

So, you're ready to good-bye to lacklustre curls and start your curly hair journey? You've locked away your hair-damaging styling tools and all set to welcome beautiful curls back into your life? If the answer is yes, we recommend beginning your journey with a final wash. The final wash removes dirt particles and all previous silicone-based product buildup. The first, or rather last, cleanse can be done using a sulphate shampoo that is free from alcohol and silicone. All product residue needs to be thoroughly removed from each individual strand and sulphate shampoos are the optimum choice in this regard. Once the initial buildup has been removed it's important to note what the do's and don'ts are of following the CM Method.

Don't Use:

  • Sulphate shampoos - namely sodium lauryl sulfate & ammonium laureth sulfate
  • Alcohol-based products
  • Silicones
  • Parabens
  • Heat styling tools
  • Combs & brushes - cause friction that may lead to hair breakage

Do Use:

  • Sulphate-free shampoos/cleansers
  • Emollients - such as shea butter, olive & other plant-based oils
  • Proteins
  • Humectants
  • Moisturisers
  • Styling gels & creams free from alcohol, silicones & sulphates

Cleanse & Clarify

If you have very dry hair or hair that is easily tangled, it is advised to do a pre-poo/detangle before cleansing. A plant-based oil or detangling product/deep conditioner can be used to get the knots out of your hair. Be sure that the product has enough slip to ensure that the detangling process doesn't damage your hair. The oil can be left on your hair overnight or simply apply to the hair a few hours prior to cleansing. This will ensure that your hair doesn't dry out when cleansing.
Hello Co-washing! Now it's time to cleanse your tresses. One of the cleansing techniques mentioned in The Handbook involves doing a co-wash which entails using a cleansing conditioner instead of conventional shampoo. Again, the product should be free from any parabens, silicones and alcohol whilst providing the hair with sufficient moisture.

  • How to: Apply a generous amount of conditioner to your hair and scalp massaging the product into the strands and the scalp. Rinse with plenty of water.

Condition

Conditioners are meant to condition and nourish the hair, so be sure to opt for a product that is rich in plant-based ingredients, as well as emollients, humectants and moisturisers. If your hair is on the drier side, it's ok to not rinse the conditioner out completely. In doing so, you can forego the use of a leave-in. However, if your hair tends to be weighed down by conditioner, rinse the product completely and opt for a leave-in condition when styling your hair instead.

  • How to: Smooth the conditioner over the hair then rake the product through your hair. It helps to section the hair to ensure that each strand is coated with product. Again, opting for a product with more slip is preferred as they prevent hair strands from snapping.
  • Tips: Curly hair requires moisture, lots and lots of moisture. Added moisture can be gained in the form of deep conditioners and is an essential step that should take place once a week to improve the structure of the hair. Use a thermal heat cap to help open the cuticle so your deep conditioner can really get in there and work it's magic for maximum benefits.

Styling

Styling is a vital step in the curly girl routine as it defines, enhances and sets the curl. It is best to apply styling products such as creams, lotions and gels to wet hair as long as these formulas are curly girl-friendly, i.e. without any sulphates, silicones, alcohol or parabens.

  • How to: Distribute the product (s) throughout the lengths of the hair by using either a raking or smoothing technique. Use a cotton t-shirt to remove any excess water and product by blot drying and/or scrunching. Dry your curls with a diffuser if you're in a hurry but remember to use the cold setting as opposed to the warm, "hair-frying" setting. You may be left with a "cast" once the hair has dried. This is a film formed on the hair after the styling products have dried and sealed the hair. Some hair types require a simple scrunch to break the cast. Other hair types may need a light-weight, plant-based oil to get ensure a smoother feel. We recommend opting for a jojoba oil if you have fine hair or coconut or argan oil for thicker, coarser hair types.
  • Tips: Plopping is a great technique that allows your curls to dry quickly by soaking up moisture without causing any frizz. Lay a T-shirt or a microfiber towel out on a chair or bathroom counter with the sleeves at the end closest to you. Flip your head forward, bending at the waist, so that all of your hair is in the centre of the towel and on top of your head. Take the flap of fabric that is behind your head and flip it up over your neck, then tie the long sleeves of the shirt (or extra fabric of your microfiber towel) behind your head in a knot.

Preserving your curls at night

After co-washing/cleansing and styling your curls, enjoying the frizz-free effect throughout your day, it's time to preserve the curl pattern so your curls don't go get squashed while you sleep. Many curlies use the pineapple method. To pineapple the hair means to tie the hair loosely at the crown of the head using a fabric scrunchie or headband. This prevents breaking or denting the hair.

  • How to: Flip your dry hair all the way over, and secure into a very high and loose ponytail. Use a scrunchie or fabric covered hair tie in order to avoid breaking or denting the hair. Stand back up, and separate the ponytail so that half is on each side of your head. In the morning, a quick spritz of water or curl refresher will have your curls looking popping.

Remember, restoring your curls doesn't happen overnight. It takes time, consistency and above all patience. Follow these easy steps and tips to nurture your curls back to health and embrace the journey. It's worth it!

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farfalla established the midwife project to decrease the high maternal death rate of young mothers in developing countries across the globe. Each farfalla product sold contributes to financing a midwife's training stretching across several years in some of the poorest countries in the world. Currently, midwives are being trained in Ethiopia but the company hopes to expand to more countries in need over the course of 20 years.

How did the project come about?

  • "When we heard stories of women working for our cooperatives in Madagascar, we realised the seriousness of the matter at hand. In many developing countries almost 1 in 100 mothers still die during childbirth and often the baby, too. Their siblings are then faced with having to survive without a mother. "
  • In Europe, the mortality rate has been greatly reduced thanks to the professional care of the mothers during pregnancy, among other things, by well-trained midwives. Still, 1 out of 10 000 women dies during childbirth in Europe today, a risk that is 100 times smaller in the Sahel. The reason: there are not enough midwives in the poorest countries of the world. Especially in rural areas, there are no prenatal check-ups for the women and they give birth without any medicinal assistance. A skilled midwife could take care of about 500 pregnancies from the beginning. The survival rate of the mother and child could be increased immensely through early diagnosis of complications as well as professional care during and after birth.
  • The midwife project is thus set up so that young mothers and their babies receive support during childbirth as well as pre and postnatal care.

Your can browse the farfalla collection here: farfalla

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During pregnancy, hormones are in overload which affects the skin in several ways. Imperfections arise, darker spots may become more pronounced, and acne and impurities make their way to the surface where before there were none. Therefore, it only natural for pregnant women to pay closer attention to their skincare routine and products to use. But, which cosmetics are actually suitable?

Beyond the fundamental rules of following a healthy diet and lifestyle while expecting, the question about what kind of skincare products are safe to use during pregnancy remains unclear. The media is filled with studies stating that certain products may contain harmful substances. The uncertainty and concerns that emerge from all this confusion are not unfounded. Many cosmetic products actually do contain potentially harmful substances that may affect your unborn child. Therefore, it is vital to know how to recognise the red flags in order to opt for a safer alternative.

Watch out for greenwashing!

It's not uncommon to come across a cosmetics brand that promotes misleading advertisements, especially using the terms "natural" or "organic" on shampoos, creams, make-up and the like. Many substances found in conventional cosmetics have been proven to be problematic - such as being potentially carcinogenic. However, companies that produce conventional cosmetics are allowed to contain such substances in certain specified quantities by law.

Therefore, it is vital that one looks beyond the advertisement and pretty packaging even if the product is marketed as being natural or organic.

Tips for making the right choice

Firstly, do not believe everything you see or hear. Conventional cosmetic brands will emphasize the few "natural" substances that are found in their products. A reference point to go by is the presence of natural cosmetic labels or certifications. This means that the products undergo tests carried out by independent laboratories to ensure the safety of the ingredients used ensuring that the products do not contain chemical ingredients. Certified natural cosmetics thus do not contain:

  • chemical preservatives
  • artificial dyes
  • chemical UV filters
  • PEG and PEG derivatives
  • paraffin and other petroleum-based fats

When buying beauty products during pregnancy, try to buy ONLY genuine natural and organic cosmetics, certified by official and recognized labels. You can be sure they do not contain problematic ingredients for you or your unborn child.

At Ecco Verde, you will find a wide selection of natural and organic cosmetic products from global brands, specially formulated for pregnant women and meeting the high European standards of the natural cosmetics industry.

Also, here you will find the different natural cosmetic certifications that we accept in our shop.

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The CEO of the natural cosmetics brand essentiq has two teens at home, an eleven and fourteen-year-old. Like most teenagers, these two have faced their share of spots and blackheads. As a result, essentiq has set the task of creating skincare that is appropriate for the treatment of teenage skin problems. The brand came to the conclusion that the most important factor when it comes to a skincare regime for teenage skin is regular cleansing. It just so happens that this is the step that is often omitted in their skincare routine.

Teenagers should take it upon themselves to cleanse their skin every evening. A gel cleanser should be used twice a day for optimum results - in the morning and in the evening. This step can be done while under the shower.

A face scrub is recommended when subcutaneous spots surface (but can also be used up to twice a week). However, it is advised to refrain from using a face scrub on the areas of the skin that are thin (e.g. the cheeks).

essentiq has formulated a special fluid for teenage skin that can also be used by those suffering from oily skin: Rose Myrtle & Bergamot. This fluid is based on water and combined with aloe vera gel and polysaccharides. The special composition ensures a light-weight texture that is quickly soaked up by the skin making it ideal for oily skin types. The key ingredients are rose myrtle, saw palmetto and juniper fruit extracts as well as the oil extracted from bergamot shells. These ingredients unite to unclog the pores and reduce sebum production in order to fight skin problems. The moisture levels and skin radiance are improved. Organic fermented hyaluronic acid is contained in the fluid alongside ximenia bark extract, glycerin, allantoin, panthenol and bisabolol.

Even oily skin types require protection during winter. essentiq thus recommends the use of their KIDS Aloe Vera & Vanilla Kids Facial Cream due to its light-weight and fast-absorbing oils that do not cause any excess greasiness. If, however, the skin of the cheeks is rather thin, it is advised to opt for the essentiq Immortelle & Babassu Facial Cream for dry skin during winter instead.

In short, teenagers should start off by cleansing the skin with the Green Lemon & May Chang Face Cleansing Gel followed by the Olive & Rosehip Natural Face Scrub and finishing off with the Rose Myrtle & Bergamot Fluid. Follow this skincare regime when spots first start to surface to avoid any inflammation from occurring.

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The CEO of the natural cosmetics brand essentiq has two teens at home, an eleven and fourteen-year-old. Like most teenagers, these two have faced their share of spots and blackheads. As a result, essentiq has set the task of creating skincare that is appropriate for the treatment of teenage skin problems. The brand came to the conclusion that the most important factor when it comes to a skincare regime for teenage skin is regular cleansing. It just so happens that this is the step that is often omitted in their skincare routine.

Teenagers should take it upon themselves to cleanse their skin every evening. A gel cleanser should be used twice a day for optimum results - in the morning and in the evening. This step can be done while under the shower.

A face scrub is recommended when subcutaneous spots surface (but can also be used up to twice a week). However, it is advised to refrain from using a face scrub on the areas of the skin that are thin (e.g. the cheeks).

essentiq has formulated a special fluid for teenage skin that can also be used by those suffering from oily skin: Rose Myrtle & Bergamot. This fluid is based on water and combined with aloe vera gel and polysaccharides. The special composition ensures a light-weight texture that is quickly soaked up by the skin making it ideal for oily skin types. The key ingredients are rose myrtle, saw palmetto and juniper fruit extracts as well as the oil extracted from bergamot shells. These ingredients unite to unclog the pores and reduce sebum production in order to fight skin problems. The moisture levels and skin radiance are improved. Organic fermented hyaluronic acid is contained in the fluid alongside ximenia bark extract, glycerin, allantoin, panthenol and bisabolol.

Even oily skin types require protection during winter. essentiq thus recommends the use of their KIDS Aloe Vera & Vanilla Kids Facial Cream due to its light-weight and fast-absorbing oils that do not cause any excess greasiness. If, however, the skin of the cheeks is rather thin, it is advised to opt for the essentiq Immortelle & Babassu Facial Cream for dry skin during winter instead.

In short, teenagers should start off by cleansing the skin with the Green Lemon & May Chang Face Cleansing Gel followed by the Olive & Rosehip Natural Face Scrub and finishing off with the Rose Myrtle & Bergamot Fluid. Follow this skincare regime when spots first start to surface to avoid any inflammation from occurring.

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Achieving healthy-looking and glowing skin is not merely linked to genetics but can be attained when following a proper beauty routine that matches your skin type and the needs thereof. Get to know your individual skin type in order to develop a personalised skincare ritual using cosmetics that are free from any petrochemicals, irritants or any other harmful substances that may be detrimental to your skin and the environment.

La Saponaria, an Italian natural cosmetics brand that is quickly gaining popularity here at Ecco Verde formulates face care products packed with precious, organic ingredients. The vegan range uses plant-based substances that benefit the skin. The products are designed to either be used on their own or in combination with other cosmetics from the same range, ensuring a healthy and effective beauty routine benefiting your specific skin type can be set up in no time at all!

There are four main steps that need to be considered when establishing a beauty routine:

  1. cleansing
  2. toning/firming
  3. serum treatments
  4. nourishment and hydration

It may seem time-consuming but these steps take no longer than 10 minutes daily.

Step 1: Cleansing

Cleansing the skin is a crucial step to securing a healthy appearance. It frees the skin from pollutants, dirt particles and toxins while prepping it for subsequent care products. To reduce the risk of clogged pores it is advised to cleanse the skin twice a day - once in the morning and again in the evening. La Saponaria has created the Blueberry Cleansing Mousse for this purpose. A gentle cleansing mousse based on blueberry water with regenerating and antioxidant-rich properties. It soothes the skin with its anti-inflammatory effects and counteracts redness without causing any dryness. The formula is ideal for the most sensitive skin types.

Their sulphate and irritant-free Melissa Cleansing Milk can be used for make-up removal. The no-rinse formula contains soothing substances and is ideal for the delicate eye area.

Step 2: Toning/Firming

This step serves to rid the skin of any remaining make-up residues and balances the acidity of the skin. A traditional alcohol-free tonic or soothing and cleansing hydrosol can be used for this purpose. Special toners with that are derived from the cells of medicinal plants or superfruits are true elixirs that are rich in extraordinary actives.

These unique skincare products are then enriched with hyaluronic acid and are targeted toward the special needs of a specific skin type to enhance their effects. La Saponaria has developed three varieties: blueberry, pomegranate and melissa. The method of application is identical regardless if a toner, tonic or hydrosol is selected. Simply pour on a cotton pad and stroke across the skin or spray directly on the face and gently pat into the skin.

Step 3: Serum Treatments

Serums target specific skin concerns in a concentrated manner. These light beauty boosters are full of active ingredients that are quickly soaked up by the skin. The effects of moisturisers, day or night creams that are applied thereafter are intensified.

Selecting the right serum for your skin type:

Step 4: Moisturise

The last and final step to completing a comprehensive skincare routine is following up with a moisturiser. This is an essential step that locks in all the actives applied to the skin previously. Here are our suggestions for each skin type from the La Saponaria collection:

Still finding the thought of setting up your personalised skincare routine daunting? Then take a look at our list of recommended La Saponaria cosmetics selected for the most common skincare concerns below:

Dry/Sensitive Skin:

Mature Skin/Anti-Age

Oily Skin:

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Not only does our skin require some additional care once the mercury drops, so does our hair. Being exposed to low temperatures, heated interiors and headgear can take a toll on our tresses. It's thus essential to care for our hair and twerk our hair care routine during the colder months of the year.

Product Recommendations:

A basic requirement, no matter which season we're in, is a mild, sulphate-free shampoo which do not strip the hair strands of their natural oils. Remember to focus on the scalp when shampooing, massaging the skin to free it from any debris or build-up. There is no need to cleanse the lengthens of the hair since the shampoo flows towards the ends, thus cleansing them in one easy swoop. Our tip: Officina Naturae's Shampoo for Stressed & Damaged Hair. It not only nourishes and strengthens the hair follicle but mends and protects the strands as well.

Once the hair and scalp are fresh and clean, follow with a conditioner that suits the requirements of your hair type, whether you are looking for a volume boost or increased nourishment and moisture, you are sure to find a perfect fit when browsing our wide selection of natural and organic conditioners.

Hair masks are vital during winter as they provide the hair strands with added moisture and nourishment for a shinier and healthier appearance. The Aubrey Organics Hair Mask is a deep conditioning product that is enriched with blue green algae, aloe vera and shea butter that boost moisture, shine and suppleness restoring dull hair to its shining glory. Simply apply to clean, damp hair, leave on for 15 minutes and rinse with a shampoo. If you suffer from split ends or damaged hair, we recommend trying the CMD Naturkosmetik Rio de Coco Hair Care range that is packed with natural coconut oil to counteract breakage and shield the strands from dryness.

Finally, it is important to note that scalp care is key! Nourishing your scalp with organic shea butter or serums, such as the Domus Olea Toscana UNDICI Nutri Serum, ensures hair growth is steady and healthy. Regular scalp massages are also advised and work wonders!

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The season welcomes for captivating and enchanting scents making winter all the more bearable and summer more tantalising. Sadly, not all candles found in convenience stores are beneficial to our bodies or our surrounding. Synthetic fragrances can lead to headaches or disperse unhealthy by-products. This need not be the case. One can enjoy positive-feeling fragrances by creating a handmade diffuser - free from harmful by-products or artificial substances.

Exquisite and Elegant

A prerequisite for beauty is elegance and elegance is an outcome of simplicity. A simple diffuser can exude its fair share of charm. We’ll share our tricks to making your own diffuser that requires only a few materials and can be built in a matter of minutes, to add a touch of sophistication to your interior. An additional benefit is that the handmade diffuser does not require any electricity or a flame, which in turn means that you can leave it unattended, and still enjoy its effects.

DIY Reed Diffuser

The most challenging part of making your own diffuser is the fragrance selection. The fragrance blend is made from a light carrier oil that is mixed with one or more essential oils to lend your space with a unique, natural scent. Once the fragrance have been selected, only a few materials are required to create a reed diffuser. You will need

The season welcomes for captivating and enchanting scents making winter all the more bearable and summer more tantalising. Sadly, not all candles found in convenience stores are beneficial to our bodies or our surrounding. Synthetic fragrances can lead to headaches or disperse unhealthy by-products. This need not be the case. One can enjoy positive-feeling fragrances by creating a handmade diffuser - free from harmful by-products or artificial substances.

  1. First, pour the essential oil into the glass container.
  2. Add 20 drops of essential oil for every ¼ cup of carrier oil.
  3. Dip the sticks in the oil to carefully mix the oils.
  4. Leave the sticks in the oil blend for about 2 hours before turning them upside down to release the oils absorbed by the ends of the sticks that were dipped into the oil blend.
  5. Whenever the ends of the sticks that are exposed to the air seem dry or you notice the scent dwindling, simply turn them once more. This way the fragrance of the freshly absorbed oils will disperse into the interior of the space.
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Saint Charles unites tradition with innovation to produce natural cosmetics that is based on TEM.

Saint Charles represents products that are developed according to traditional European medicine. Modern, natural cosmetics for skin, hair and body are created using the basis of this knowledge. Additionally, the brand produces teas for the mind and body. The product range reflects the tried-and-tested methods combined with modern finding to create new and improved cosmetics.

Real Tradition

The brand was formed in 1886 and has since been an establishment in Mariahlf, Vienna. Since 2006 it has been known as Saint Charles. During the same year, the Saint Charles Cosmothecary for Natural Cosmetics and corresponding treatments was established to process local herbs into valuable natural cosmetics and delicious tea infusions. For this purpose two of their own brands were formed: Saint Charles Cosmetics and Naturals.

Philosophy

The pillars of their philosophy are the following:

Traditional European medicine (TEM), whereby the holistic approach in on the body as a while. If something disturbs the equilibrium, the body and mind are in imbalance and needs to be supported to order to find its balance once more.

Innovation: safetly, sustainability and quality are guaranteed thanks to pharmaceutical knowledge that has been passed on through generations and being adapted and improved through the latest findings.

This, in turn, results in customer satisfaction. Saint Charles not only fulfils customer expectations but strives to surpass them.

Meticulous Raw Material Selection

Only the best, high-quality raw materials are selected and incorporated into the Saint Charles cosmetic collection. Thus, producers and suppliers are chosen with careful thought. They need to fulfil the highest ecological standards while also delivering the purest organic quality.

Wide Product Range

Saint Charles has a wide range of products which include:

  • Delicious, high-quality tea compositions
  • Captivating fragrance blends
  • High-quality cosmetics
  • Pampering wellness products

You can find their range here: Saint Charles product range

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