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The key to youthful skin…the Organic Beauty Oil!

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Check out this latest blog from Natural Tone Organic Skincare

Natural Tone Organic Skincare’s Organic Beauty & Tanning Oil is composed of the world's finest blend of certified organic oils. Derived from nature's most nutrient-rich and vitamin-rich plants selected for their unique properties, the Organic Beauty Oil is an excellent source of hydration and revitalization.

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Learn Before You Burn™

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The sun will be one of the most enjoyable sources of pleasure that you will enjoy whilst on holiday!

It is vital that you educate your family on the intense effects of the sun. Please read the advice provided in multiple languages in this blog.

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Suncare Central's 5 tips to condition your skin!

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Suncare Central's 5 top tips to condition your skin!

During the summer months we are all so careful to ensure we are protected from the sun and during the colder months we tend to neglect our skin when it actually needs some additional TLC.

There are so many elements that challenge our skin during this period, whether it’s the cooler outdoor air or the warm indoor heating.

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You have told us that free shipping is a service you want and we have listened. From today, all UK orders of £60 or more will receive FREE standard shipping. Even more great news is that we have also reduced the rates for orders of less than £60.

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Unleash the Power of Aloe Vera!

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We’ve all suffered from the vacation blues at one time or another. I, like many others, reluctantly return to our desk jobs and watch the rain fall against the windows, left with nothing but the memories of evening strolls on the beach, afternoon naps at the pool side and gaze with frustration at the absence of our faded tan that seemed to vanish as we stepped off the plane.

Although I may not be able to transport you back to the warmer climates, I do know of a great tip that can help you to keep hold of your golden glow for a few extra weeks.

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Sunless Tanner

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Summer is just around the corner so it’s time to be brave and bare a little more skin!

We all dread this time of year, when we slowly reveal our pale, winter skin to the outside world. As our boots are pushed to the back of the wardrobe, out come our strappy heels and we start exposing our milky white legs that are begging for a bit of color.

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Winter Sun Holidays

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The big difference between a winter sun holiday and a summer holiday is the skin preparation. To ensure your skin looks its best for your days around the pool, you first need to improve the dry and dull winter look and feel of your skin.

Throughout these cold months, the daily flow from the colder outside air into the heated indoors strips your skin of moisturiser. It is imperative that during winter you take extra care of your skin to help bring back that natural glow to your skin.

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Which SPF do you need for skiing?

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It may be freezing temperatures outside, but don’t be fooled…... you still need sun screen!

It might be cold on the mountainous slopes but the sun is far stronger above the cloud level than at sea level. Due to the sun reflecting off the white snow, coupled with the number of hours skiers spend on the slopes, the need for good sun protection is imperative.

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Proud to be reef friendly

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Hawaii law makers have passed a bill to ban sunscreens that harm the coral reefs

The world has praised Hawaii for taking this monumental step to stop the sale of sunscreens containing the chemicals, which scientists say contribute to the killing and bleaching of coral. The bleaching leaches the coral of nutrients that sustain marine life, disrupting the development of fish and wildlife.

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Top 5 Sun Protection Tips for Golfers

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Now that the winter golf season is in full swing, a golfer will spend an average of four hours during the hottest part of the day on the golf course. Here are our 5 great top tips to help you stay protected from the intense sun rays.

  • Sunscreen is extremely important as you will be spending a lot of time in the sun. Make sure to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. Don’t forget your ears! Even with a cap your ears and neck will be exposed, so ensure you reapply sunscreen every 40 minutes.
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    How does your skin react in the sun

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    How does your skin react in the sun?
    Generally speaking, people with fair skin produce less melanin which is the body's natural way of protecting itself from sun exposure. Certain skin types produce melanin at a greater rate during similar sun exposure, allowing the skin to appear darker, and thus also have better protection from the sun. Sunscreens are necessary however for all skin types.

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    Get a-head of the sun

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    When in the sun most people apply sunscreen to their face but may never even consider protecting their hair or scalp. You may not experience the same symptoms caused by the sun on your hair but it can quickly become dry and damaged. This is not helped by taking a dip in the pool or the sea due to the drying effects of chlorine and salt. Your first line of defence against the sun is wearing a hat but moisturising your hair is another essential step.

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    Natural Tone Organic Skincare

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    We're rightfully proud of Natural Tone Organic Skincare products because they're gluten free - many people now follow a gluten free diet, not just Celiacs or those with gluten intolerance. Although gluten cannot be absorbed through the skin, it is all too easy to wipe your mouth after applying lotions thus enabling gluten to enter your system.

    Natural Organic Skincare is only made with naturally occurring ingredients and is Micro-bead Free! It is, of course, completely free from animal testing.

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    Great Reasons To Go Natural

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    Parabens are widely used in chemical-based cosmetics to enhance shelf-life yet can cause skin irritation. Natural Tone Organic Skincare only use natural preservatives.

    Sulfates can cause a number of problems for your hair including drying out, scalp irritation, colour fading and even hair loss. Natural Tone Organic Skincare’s Body Wash, Shampoo and Conditioner are all, of course, sulphate-free.

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    Stay Safe In The Sun

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    Now that summer's here and the days are getting longer we often increase time spent in the sun. Sunlight provides many health benefits such as calming the nervous system, toning muscles and combatting tiredness, depression and stress. The Vitamin D it provides also revitalises our skin and bodies.

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    Suncare Facts - Ageing & Wrinkles

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    Ultraviolet light (UV) contained in sunlight is responsible for much of the ageing of the skin. To help reduce ageing limit your exposure to the sun especially when UV rays are at their strongest, between 11am and 2pm.

    Use broad-spectrum SPF 30 sun protection every day, reapply frequently even in winter and when cloudy.

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    Suncare Facts - Water & The Sun's Rays

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    We often cool down in or near water - at water-parks, swimming in sea or pools, on boats or enjoying water-sports.

    Water can make skin feel cooler, often hiding the effects of the sun until later so it’s important to use a water-resistant sun lotion.

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    Suncare Facts - Babies & Children

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    Babies' and children´s skin is not as resistant as adult skin, it is more sensitive and is therefore easily damaged.

    If you can see it, UV can reach it, so it is important to protect and cover as much of your child´s skin as possible, even on a cloudy day.

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    Suncare Facts - Your Tan Starts At Home

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    Soft, moisturized skin tans better then dry, under-nourished skin. Drink plenty of water at home on a regular basis to flush impurities from your skin.

    Get your body used to some exposure to the sun prior to arriving in your resort to help kick-start the all-important melanin production in your skin.

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    Suncare Facts - Prickly Heat / Heat Rash

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    An itchy rash of small, raised red spots that cause stinging or a prickling sensation on the skin caused by excessive perspiration, usually in a hot, humid environment.

    Chemical laden sunscreens block pores, trapping heat and sweat in the skin causing the characteristic bumps.

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