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Product Focus: Rosehip & Camellia

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Product Focus: Rosehip & Camellia

Sensitive skin needs love too, and if you've got a temperamental complexion which doesn't like heavy creams, or perhaps is prone to conditions such as psoriasis or eczema, Rosehip & Camellia could be the cream for you!  We've combined the following ingredients to create a day cream which is light yet moisturising and soothing: Deionised water - ensures minimal contaminants in the finalised product Rose Water - soothing, stimulates the regeneration of the skin, hydrating, refreshing and naturally fragrant. Camellia Oil - Derived from white tea, camellia oil is light and easily absorbed, and incredibly rich in Vitamin A to regenerate...

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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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Ingredient Focus: Olive Wax

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Ingredient Focus: Olive Wax

Latin Name: Olea Europa - Tocopherol As a vegan skincare company, and big environmentalists (you may have guessed from one of our last blog posts, on saving our bees!) we were always going to look for and use alternatives in our products to the traditional beeswax. Olive Wax was the perfect (and almost very obvious) substitute: it hardens and gives a similar feel to beeswax, and is highly compatible with the skin, having emollient (softening and soothing) and antioxidant properties.  To produce the hard wax (usually in flakes), a process of blending different olive oil fractions is undertaken, during which no chemicals...

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Product Focus: Olive & Avocado Serum

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Product Focus: Olive & Avocado Serum

The topic of serums is somewhat of a grey area, metaphorically speaking, as they are often another product that people wonder if they really need.  Plus there is often confusion as to what a serum actually IS - is it an extra moisturiser (which leads to the question as to whether they are really necessary, if you already use another day/night cream), or is it a facial oil...the questions continue!  In a nutshell however, a serum delivers powerful ingredients to the skin through very small quantities - each drop you use contains densely packed molecules which are absorbed deeper and faster...

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Product Focus: Orange & Aloe Toner

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Product Focus: Orange & Aloe Toner

To tone or not to tone, that is the question (or it least it would be in Shakespeare's skincare regime) For the longest time toners have been a bit of a grey area: they have been dismissed as an 'optional' or even unnecessary step in your skincare regime by many, but for us here at White Rabbit Skincare, we believe that a well-formulated toner can bring amazing benefits to your skin, and even boost the benefits of the other products you use.  In a nutshell, toners are meant to be used after cleansing and before moisturising, to remove all traces...

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