Tales of Beauty & Wellness

Adaptogens are plant substances - often herbs - that have been found to help our bodies manage stress and maintain balance, or homeostasis. They are called adaptogens because they adapt to what the body needs. Known for their powerful and efficacious properties, adaptogens are used in many areas of wellness and in traditional medicine. 
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Niacinamide is also known as vitamin B3, is a water-soluble vitamin that is compatible with all ingredients and is suitable for all skin types. This means you can use Niacinamide with actives or acids and it will not trigger an irritation!
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Our products are designed in mind to be leakproof and travel friendly! That means all of our products can be brought onboard (except 200ML Kaleanser) and are all sleek and non-bulky! Travel with us now!
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Pores become enlarged when they are expanded by accumulated oil and debris in the pore. Hormones, sun damage and ageing also play a role in how large a person’s pores appear.
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It is important to exfoliate at least twice a week! Exfoliation helps to stimulate cell turnover, unclog pores, aid in fading discolouration and hyperpigmentation, boost hydration, destroy breakout-causing bacteria, and enhance the performance of other products in your skincare routine. 

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Rosacea is a chronic, inflammatory skin condition which usually occurs on the face and can affect all skin types. 

There is currently no cure for rosacea, however it can be managed with proper skincare. The best treatments are those with anti-inflammatory, anti allergic, anti-bacterial, or anti-parasitic properties. 

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Acne is a common skin condition that affects almost 10 percent of the world’s population, and while there are many factors that can contribute to the development of acne, diet is one of the more significant factors. 


However, food alone does not cause acne, nor prevent it. A combination of other factors like your genetic makeup, lifestyle and other foods you eat all play a role in this skin condition. Some foods may make it worse, while others help your skin stay healthy and happy. 

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