A little honey of a skincare range

Posted on March 02, 2015 by Adrienne Daniel | 1 Comment

Living Nature's Manuka Honey Natural Being skincare rangeLiving Nature is delighted to introduce our Natural Being range - specifically formulated to celebrate youthful, natural beauty and healthy skin. This certified natural skincare range features New Zealand’s Active Manuka Honey and Manuka Oil to effectively promote clear skin. Because it’s made by Living Nature, Natural Being has only the purest botanical ingredients and is free from harsh chemicals, but offers lighter, less complex formulations, suitable for younger skin. These products are specially developed to introduce a simple, natural skincare regime from the teenage years, to provide gentle care 24/7, and help prevent the first signs of aging.

Natural Being offers nine products covering skin’s daily requirements for cleansing, toning and moisturising, plus night cream, eye cream and hand and body cream. The range caters for oily – normal and normal – dry skin types to enable especially those younger skins to experience the gentle, natural care that ensures healthy skincare routines for long term skin well-being.

For mothers already convinced of the benefits of natural skincare and looking to encourage their daughters on the journey to natural, the Natural Being range offers a safe alternative to the many ‘cheap and cheerful’ chemical-laden skin product options. Natural Being skincare is Halal approved, BDIH certified natural, is not tested on animals and the packaging is fully recyclable. It’s nature’s way of helping youthful skin blossom. Check out the range here.

Posted in All skin types, anti-acne, Blemish-prone skin, Certified Natural Skincare, Healthy Skincare for women, Natural Being, New from Living Nature



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Natasha Brunton
Natasha Brunton

May 07, 2015

I love the Manuka night cream in the Natural wellbeing range for normal to oily skin !

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