Boring White Skin Care

We love Lorraine’s article on what is missing in a majority of skin care products on the shelf, and why they are so boring. Why take Mother Nature’s goodness and strip it of all the good stuff?  This is what we DON”T do!

A Manifesto For Ditching Boring White Skincare

16/11/2017 16:07 GMT | Updated 16/11/2017 16:07 GMT

Virtually all of the mainstream creams and lotions you can buy are white in color. The shelves of your local shops are packed full of white skincare. Let’s face it – most people would be stunned if the creams they’d been purchasing for years suddenly turned green, pink or yellow.

The only way lotions and creams achieve the bland whiteness to which we are accustomed is by making sure that your skin care formulations mainly contain water, translucent ingredients or ingredients that have been stripped of their native color. You might think that your face cream is a luxuriously nourishing treatment for your skin, but you’ve actually just paid £50 for a jar of ingredients that have had much of their goodness removed.

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