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Change: skin care

And the blog-hop has kicked off! Ananda from Vitale has posted a wonderful article on changing your skin care regime to something significantly more natural and nurturing.

“…when I think back to one of the biggest changes I made in my health it was to change from commercial, synthetically based skincare over to natural and organic products. I have to say at the time the decision was tough because organic skincare had none of the glamour or promise of instant youthfulness of big brands and I have always been a sucker for pretty packaging and instant results…” keep reading here

organic skin care

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Ananda was one of my first lecturers when I started studying naturopathy, years and years ago.

She is a organic skincare expert… if you’ve had the pleasure of meeting Ananda – and seeing her ivory complexion – you’ll agree she is the perfect advertisement for her sage advice!

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This is part of the ‘Change’ blog hop series I’m taking part in with the Health and Happiness Collective, which you can read more about here.

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About Kathleen Murphy

Australian naturopath and freelance writer, based in Sydney. I love working with people from all walks of life, helping them institute changes that can become life-long health habits. I can be found at Uclinic | 421 Bourke Street, Surry Hills | Ph: 02 9332 0400 |

2 responses »

  1. She does look like she has amazing skin. Thing is, sometimes changing over from your usual routine to a completely organic one can be rather expensive. Would it help me to start off small and work my way up in the skin care change over?

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    • Hi Deborah, too right, up-ending your current routine can end up costing quite a bit. Starting simply – for example, with a good cleanser and moisturiser – is a good way to begin the process without breaking the bank. Also check out Ananda’s blog as she has a lot of tips, tricks and reviews on there you might find useful.

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