Love Body Basics

What makes us different

Posted by Karina Mroz on

In the world of ‘excess’ that we live in, everything is so easily available. We are surrounded and even addicted to chemicals - whether they are cosmetics, skincare or home care stuff, it is enough to look around our homes to find the perfect examples. Also store shelves are packed with cosmetics and skincare and each one looks appealingly packaged, has perfect consistency and fragrance and ingredients that resemble ... a 'periodic table'.  At Love Body Basics we are very much concerned about our health and our families health and we do not want to put on our bodies any harmful substances...

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Starting journey with natural skincare products

Posted by Anna Fishwick on

It took us a while to get to know how good natural skincare products are. In my teenage years a moisturiser was almost non existent, never gave a second thought about the future of my skin, although my skin did look ok back then (apart from when I forgot to take my make up off after partying or when I overdid with make up and decided to go sunbathing! Who goes sunbathing with full makeup on?! Well, maybe if you’re a star and know that paparazzi are waiting in hiding to take a snap of you!)  When I got to...

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Solid shampoo bars - let's help the planet!

Posted by Karina Mroz on

Have you ever used a solid shampoo bar? Or maybe you are not sure how your hair will like it? It is quite normal to have doubts about new skincare and shampoos are no different, whether they come in a liquid or solid form. The majority of us have only ever use the liquid/gel shampoos, that you squeeze out from the bottle and automatically wash your hair. I hope we can help to change that common perception that the soap bars are too difficult to use, that they leave residue or leave the hair dull. We can hopefully convince you...

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Coping with isolation - tips

Posted by Anna Fishwick on

Over the past few weeks, we found ourselves in strange times, with many of us being overwhelmed and concerned, anxiety and panic kicks in, we fear the unknown and uncertainty. Most of us stay at home and try to isolate from the outside world, but we must try and keep calm. It will pass. It will take some time, but it will pass. While we self-isolate, we can help ourselves a little bit with these tips. * Try to limit the time spent following the news – either on tv, radio or social media. They fuel the anxiety. Listen to...

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Hello Aloe!

Posted by Anna Fishwick on

  We all probably know Aloe Vera, especially its leaf extract. Some of us might have even used the tacky green substance for cooling sunburnt skin or to heal skin inflammation. For centuries it’s been used for its health, beauty and skin care benefits. This a succulent plant has bright yellow tubular flowers and thick green leaves with spikey edges. It has adapted well to dry desert conditions by storing water in its leaves as a gel-like sap.   Aloe contains 75 – yes 75! active phytochemicals that help the plant survive in harsh conditions and many of them are...

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