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The world's most natural soap
Kumerahou is native to New Zealand and grows in the temperate Northland climate. Rubbing the leaves and flowers of the kumerahou shrub together creates a natural lather to gently and effectively cleanse without breaking the skin's moisture barrier. [more]
 
Unmask your natural beauty
In traditional Maori culture, the indigenous people of New Zealand carved exquisite wooden masks to honour their ancestors and relate stories and legends from their past. Known as fierce warriors, the masks were often used to scare opponents and duplicated onto people’s faces in the form of tattoos called Ta-moko, meaning tattoo. [more]
 
RED LIPSTICK RULES
Remember that scene in Pretty Woman, when Julia Roberts has her hand snapped by the Cartier jewellery box and those gorgeous red lips of hers curl up in laughter? Or Marilyn Monroe in hot pink satin, her beautiful smile lighting up the screen in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes? Madonna’s red pout in Desperately Seeking Susan? [more]
 
Face it Like a Man with Natural Skincare Solutions
Your man loves being a father; he loves sports, eating hotdogs at baseball games, composing songs on his guitar, being in charge of the BBQ, washing his car, fixing things we don’t know how to, throwing ball in a park with his son, and picking daisies with his daughter… Despite his “Dad Bod” he’s still your number one. [more]
 
5 tips for reducing summer skin spoilers
Living Nature founder Suzanne Hall was on a mission when she created the company in 1987. Inspired by the healing properties of New Zealand’s native plants, Suzanne was looking for nature-based relief from her own skin care troubles. [more]
 
Think Dirty, Live Clean and Green
Living Nature founder Suzanne Hall was on a mission when she created the company in 1987. Inspired by the healing properties of New Zealand’s native plants, Suzanne was looking for nature-based relief from her own skin care troubles. [more]
 
Laughter and Love for Mother’s Day
The Tanganyika Laughter Epidemic burst on January 30th 1962 with three girls at a rural boarding school in what is now Tanzania. This strange phenomena is said to have spread to other villages with symptoms lasting from a few hours to as long as 16 days for those affected. The epidemic lasted for 18 months in some areas, involved the forced closing of 14 schools and 1000 people were affected.

Let’s spread a natural epidemic of love and laughter this Mother’s Day. [more]
 
Whether it’s over the road to the gym, overnight on a ski-weekend, or overseas for a few days in tropical temps, your skin deserves to be cared for just as well as it would be at home.
 
Mineral makeup made its debut in the cosmetic world soon after women started considering both their health and their appearance.

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