Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Naked Beauty with BIOME

Biome (pronounced Bi-ome, not Bi-o-me like I originally thought)  has been one of my favourite stores for such a long time. Every time I step inside, I just get such a natural and pure feeling and there is a very good reason for that. EVERY thing in any Biome store is ethically sourced, natural and CRUELTY FREE and also from companies who make their products without exploitation to people or animals.

Recently, I was invited to attend the Biome store in Balmoral, Brisbane who had just opened their very own Naked Beauty Bar. A place to purchase natural ingredients to make your own skin care at home.



I couldn't have been more excited about this idea. I've recently transitioned to using cruelty free products only and whilst the range is big, the idea of making my own skin care excited me!

Photo from the Biome website

Photo from the Biome website

Whilst they had so many recipes to choose from, I wanted to be real with myself and I chose the most simple recipes that appealed to me and my skin. Recipes that didn't involve too many ingredients and were easy to make!

Here's what ingredients I chose:
Once they're empty, I can go back and re-fill the jars!

PINK CLAY (Click for more info)

I got pink clay because it really is an allrounder AND I can just mix it with water and it becomes a brilliant face mask. I can also mix it with the avocado oil to make it more of a hydrating mask. Pink clay is perfect for sensitive skin and will gently exfoliate and leave your skin feeling amazingly fresh and clean.

SEAWEED POWDER (Click for more info)

Seaweed powder can be used for skin, hair or even in your bath for a nice detox for your whole body. it feels so cold and fresh on the skin!

YELLOW CLAY (Click for more info)

Yellow clay has so many uses as you will read about in the link above. I found it really hard to use as a mask so I will now use this as a natural exfoliant for all over my body and face!

AVOCADO OIL 

Avocado oil is not on the website because, it could get messy with shipping but avocado oil is incredible. It can calm the skin, hydrate, prevent further skin damage and even has a slight UV protection. This can be added to a number of DIY skin care recipes.

I also picked up some raw sugar and coffee grounds so I can make my own scrubs!

Playing around with all of the masks!

I cannot wait to get creating! Have you ever made your own skin care?!

Lots of jars filled with Naked Beauty goodness!!

You can actually purchase a selection of their Naked Beauty Bar ingredients here! AND for all your DIY Skin Care recipes, Biome have a WHOLE blog dedicated to everything you can make yourself around the home HERE!

Keep smiling!

Tahana

7 comments :

  1. I've never made my own skincare but it is definitely something I would be interested in trying. You'd know exactly what was in your skin care if you made it yourself!

    Ingrid
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  2. That is such an awesome concept! And how are you looking that good with so much gloop on your face!? 😍 Xx

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  3. This looks like a nice store, I like the idea of making your own skincare. The packaging and setup of everything is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  6. This is such a cool idea!!! I really want to visit here and make my own skincare too!! xx

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