Tag: healthy skin
Article Title: Harakeke: NZ’s hydrating native flax
Harakeke is the Māori name for native New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax). We love this locally grown treasure, which is a key ingredient in our Hand and Body Washes.
Article Title: Allergies, sensitivities and intolerances with Kaytee Boyd
We caught up with the wonderful Kaytee Boyd this month to talk about allergies, and ask her what we can do to reduce our exposure to everyday products and substances that may cause reactions. As always, we found her advice incredibly practical and informative. We hope it helps you too.
Article Title: Clear skin for tweens and teens
How hormones are going to change your child is somewhat of a mystery until they show up.
Article Title: Our Rose & Geranium Body Wash wins!
We are so pleased to announce that our Rose & Geranium Body Wash was voted as the Best Body Wash in the 2018 Bauer ‘NZ Best in Beauty’ Awards.
Article Title: Introducing SKIN by ecostore
We’re really excited to tell you about our SKIN by ecostore facial skin care range, which is designed to give women the confidence to wear just this skincare and say, ‘this is me, this my skin’.
Article Title: Choosing your baby’s skincare
Infant massage instrcutor, Pinky Mckay, reveals her tips to find the best skincare for sensitive baby skin.
Article Title: Try our kids range for safer bath time fun
With foam to the max, and bubbles for a bit of trouble making, ecostore’s new kids range makes bath time more fun than ever!
Article Title: Meet the team – National sales manager Jacqui Corbett
As part of our meet the team series, where we gain insight into how some of the ecostore team are living more sustainably, we caught up with our national sales manager Jacqui Corbett. She shared with us her transition to eco-friendly cosmetics and how learning to make better food choices has helped her and her family become more conscious of the environment.
Article Title: Are ethanolamines worth the risk?
We choose to follow the precautionary principle and leave out ingredients where there is doubt over their safety – and ethanolamines are an ingredient that health concerns have been raised over. DEA is actually prohibited for use in cosmetics in Europe because of concerns over contamination from carcinogenic amines.