For those of you who appreciate hand-blended, exquisite and mostly botanical recipes *and* the palm-oil free philosophy, comes a special treat: I invite you to discover Amaranthine Beauty via both a quick round of Q&As with the founder and a review of three hero products PLUS to follow both @amaranthine_skincare and @beautycalypse on Instagram for an upcoming readers raffle.
Meet our favourite six 100% natural perfumes perfect for summer in a poetic photo story between Nature and Art.
Welcome to our holiday edition of the beauty news — quick’n’dirty with lovely new bronzing powders, safe intimate care, and organic grape seed skincare.
Summer heat is on — but can be a mot more endurable with these easy to make recipes to make delicious, invigorating summer beverages free from sugar and alcohol (and one with both ingredients for when it’s more important to party than to “wellness”) + food notes from Berlin and elsewhere.
Green luxury at its best: fabulous and waterproof high heels, a gorgeous (vegan) bag the colour of sunshine, and sleek laid-back basics together make a memorable — fair fashion — outfit.
Mr Beautycalypse offers his organic skincare picks for summer that include: a matt finish broad spectrum sunscreen, a hydrating serum and a clear skin gel, an easy to handle face scrub, and lots of citrusy goodness.
A new month of Green Beauty Treasures — with stellar fragrances, fragrant hair care, a caring beauty box and then some more.
June is here. But rather than with a beauty topic as usual, let’s welcome summer today with this truly interesting (and highly zeitgeist-accurate) read. We’re exploring Chakra gardens, the traditional biodiverse and spiritual farming method from the Ecuadorian rainforest.
Deutsch alert ⭐️ My video interview with Amazingy is up in which I explain why I think “beauty will save the world” and answer The Number One Most Frequently Asked Question I get from overwhelmed green lifestyle enthusiasts. German with English subtitles. Watch now!
Wolford’s Cradle To Cradle Gold certifications have sparked new discussions in the sustainable fashion scene. Read now why it’s simply not enough to use recycled fishnet or natural fibres to be truly environmentally savvy.