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New Year, New Skincare!

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Happy New Year Everybody!  With a new year often comes resolutions and goals (go to the gym more, eat less chocolate, stop smoking...any of these sound familiar?!), but have you considered a resolution relating to your skin care?  Fun Fact (we love 'em): your skin is the largest organ in your body and absorbs a whopping 60% of what you put onto it into your bloodstream, so a good skincare routine is not only beneficial externally, but internally - if naturally-derived products are used - too!  Skincare is not a modern phenomenon: there are documented accounts from ancient Egypt of...

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Powered by Plants!

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Powered by Plants!

  "Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose." (The Vegan Society definition).  There are thousands if not millions of articles out there on veganism/plant based diets, but as White Rabbit Skincare is a proudly vegan company, and we thought we'd use our little section of the internet (this blog) today to discuss the benefits of being 'powered by plants'; not just in the skincare industry, but everyday life. Why Vegan Skincare? We understand the benefits...

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Humble Bumble...saving our bees

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Humble Bumble...saving our bees

Ok so you might ask what have Bees got to do with skincare, but in actual fact, they have a lot to do with nearly EVERYTHING on our planet!  Bees play an incredibly important part in pollination, particularly in agriculture. Cereal crops are wind pollinated, but virtually all fruit and vegetables are pollinated by insects; nearly entirely by bees. It has been estimated that one third of ALL the food we eat relies on pollination by bees, or 70 out of the 100 crop species that feed 90% of the population. If there were no bees, in the immediate short term...

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