Great news, most of the NATorigin range is now Registered with The Vegan Society. The Vegan Society works towards making veganism an easily adopted and widely recognised approach to reducing animal and human suffering.
This year’s Allergy Awareness Week is here and on Wednesday the focus is on skin allergies. From the 25th April to the 1st May, watch out for news, blogs and features from Allergy UK - a national charity established to represent people with allergy, food intolerance and chemical sensitivity.
For example, in a comparison of natural and synthetic products by Jenny Stocks of the Daily Mail, NATorigin mascara scored a perfect 10/10 beating off Max Factor’s Masterpiece Mascara.
NATorigin have launched *NEW* natural nail enamels, adding to their successful range of hypo-allergenic yet natural skincare and organic cosmetics. They are easy to apply and provide a long-lasting shine and perfect hold.
NATorigin nail enamels are gentle on the skin and nourishing to the nails due to a formulation based on 83% natural ingredients sourced from corn, potato, wheat and manioc (cassava or Brazilian arrowroot).
Last night at The Savoy, London we were overjoyed to collect a Bronze Award for Best New Organic Product 2015. At a large ceremony held in the ballroom attended by major names in the beauty industry, we scooped this award for NATorigin as voted by the readers of Pure Beauty magazine.
The Janey Loves 2015 Platinum Awards have been announced and we are very pleased to say that we won an award in the following category for am amazing 4th time:
Luscious Lashes Award -NATorigin Lengthening Mascara – WINNER
If you have eczema on your face or around your eyes, it can be hard to keep on top of dry skin, break outs, irritations and blotches. NATorigin skincare and cosmetics are designed for ultra sensitive skin and can help in a number of ways when compared to hypo-allergenic products;
From 14th-21st September it’s Organic Beauty Week. Organised by The Soil Association who certify organic goods in the UK, they aim to raise awareness of the benefits of switching to an organic lifestyle. By making small changes using their suggestions, they hope to inform and help consumers to achieve this.
This year, they are focusing on the quality of organic goods and their labelling to highlight a practice known as ‘greenwashing’ where items are labelled organic when they only contain a small amount of organic raw material, or in some cases none at all. They are launching a Campaign for Clarity to let consumers know that although Trading Standards laws apply, unlike food, beauty products have no organic legal standard to adhere to.