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Five natural acne answers for acne prevention to help keep  your skin clean and clear

Five natural acne answers for acne prevention to help keep your skin clean and clear

Acne isn’t just something that affects teenagers, it can continue long into adulthood. Primarily caused by bacteria, acne can also be affected by hormones, medications, excess oil and some medical conditions. It can be painful, affects confidence and it puts people off. There are medical interventions available. But occasionally there may be side effects.  So why not try one of these natural products? All of them come highly recommended.

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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Turmeric oil and manuka oil

Five amazing reasons to love turmeric oil

Known scientifically as curcuma longa, turmeric is a member of the ginger family. Its fragrant oil is bright yellow, though there are colourless versions available for skincare. The oil contains turmerone, alpha-tumerone, curlone and even eucalyptol. These combine to make turmeric oil a powerful tool in your herbal remedy cabinet.

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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3 steps to get lush, kissable, healthy lips using only natural products

3 steps to get lush, kissable, healthy lips using only natural products

It’s easy to keep your lips soft and supple. Even with cold winter winds, hot summer sun and air conditioning, keeping a basic routine going will ensure your lips are always kissable. Just follow these three simple steps and be rewarded with healthy, moisturised lips.

ManukaRx are lip balm is being launched to the market and you can find it here. There's nothing quite like it, we have been able to remove the manuka fragrance but keep the antibacterial activity, it's really something worth a try

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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Manuka ointment with beeswax

Beeswax - A Natural Product vs Petroleum Jelly

Originally, petroleum jelly was found coating the bottom of oil rigs in the 1800s. It’s a by-product of oil production, which means it’s unsustainable, and some of the components removed from petroleum jelly in the refining process are carcinogenic. Most importantly, when applied to the skin, it creates a water-repellent barrier that clogs your pores and seals in the dirt. It keeps moisture in the skin, but doesn’t actually have any moisturising properties.

by Manuka Research on June 18, 2018
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