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Natural and hypo-allergenic eyeshadows from NATorigin

NATorigin hypo-allergenic natural cosmetics have launched new powder eyeshadows and we are excited to show you the new colours. There are subtle soft blues, grey and neutrals with a soft, shimmering finish to enhance the eyelids with colour and light. NATorigin hypo-allergenic and natural eye shadows The powders are formulated from the finely ground (ultra-micronised) shells of argan nuts from […]

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NATorigin wins three awards in the Ultimate Natural Beauty Bible

The Ultimate Natural Beauty Bible The 2,000 experienced and independent testers at The Beauty Bible LOVE NATorigin. The Ultimate Natural Beauty Bible is hot off the press, written by Josephine Fairley (Contributing Editor to YOU magazine writing on beauty and organic living) and Sarah Stacey (Health Editor of YOU magazine). The Ultimate Natural Beauty Awards An amazing total of three NATorigin products won a […]

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We sponsored National Eye Health Week 2013

National Eye Health Week took place in September and it encouraged us all to take more care of our eyes and as our parent company was one of the official sponsors, we supported these important health messages. Why did NATorigin get involved? As the only Allergy UK approved brand for dry or sensitive eyes, blepharitis and contact lens wearers, NATorigin is perfectly […]

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Our office team wins Team of the Year award 2013

Our exceptional office team at Butterflies Healthcare Ltd are thrilled to have won Team of the Year at The Banbury Employee of the Year Awards 2013. (more…)

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Is titanium toxic or harmful as a cosmetic ingredient?

Just recently I have received a couple of enquiries about titanium. The main issue seems to be whether it is a toxin absorbed into the bloodstream through the skin possibly causing cancer. Titanium is a white powder often used as a sunscreen, or to brighten colours and help lotions to spread easily. It is found […]

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