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New Year’s Resolutions – Maintaining A Good Skincare Regime.

Why do we need to look after our skin? Our pharmacist Michelle from NATorigin natural cosmetics and skincare explains the importance of a consistent skincare routine. Have you ever wondered what builds up on our skin every day? Traces of cleanser, toner, moisturiser and eye cream from our morning skincare regimes Any sebum or sweat that has […]

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How Cold Weather Can Dry Out Your Skin

So DECEMBER is here…. ….and this is where my skin starts to suffer as the months of colder weather continue. Why is this? In summer, I can apply a quick slick of NATorigin Detoxifying Moisturising Cream and that’s it. It’s a lighter lotion and barely there. In winter however, I add in NATorigin Regenerating Lifting Serum and by late […]

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Preparation Is Everything So Get Your Hands Ready For Autumn.

Time for some hand TLC NATorigin Hand and Nail Cream is a hidden gem in the range. For dry, cracked or chapped hands and nails, you will only need a small amount of this long-lasting cream to give relief to sensitive hands. Hypoallergenic with a natural formulation which is nourishing, protective, moisturising and rich in extracts […]

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Get Great Looking Nails This Summer With Our Award Winning Nail Enamels

Natty nails for summer Who doesn’t love adding a bit of colour to their nails? Well with these multi award-winning enamels you can protect and nourish your nails at the same time. ‘10-Free’, NATorigin nail enamels are long-lasting with an ecological formulation containing up to 83% natural-origin ingredients sourced from corn, potato, wheat and manioc (RRP £11.00). […]

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NATorigin Nail Enamels Win A Platinum Award!

Last Friday it was announced that we had won a Platinum Award from Janey Lee Grace’s annual awards. Janey is a natural health expert who has assembled a panel of judges to help her to test a wide range of natural alternatives. The panel included Zoe Ball, Lynne McTaggart, Dr Marilyn Glenville, Jo Wood and […]

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