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  • The Green Consumer
    so now though in fact it is one of the biggest growing markets for consumer products as has seen a 200 increase in the last year Because consumers are becoming increasingly more knowledgeable about skin care and environmental issues this has shaped their product demands As much as 28 of all product consumers choose natural products So what does this mean for manufacturers regardless of size For some it is a case of reformulating their products lines to ensure they are free from harmful chemicals But should more be done Removing the harmful chemicals certainly contributes to greener skin care but should it go further to include biodegradable recycled recyclable packaging choosing organically produced ingredients reducing ones carbon footprint Organic Natural What is this Organic is certainly a current buzzword throughout the beauty industry and one that undoubtedly sells However is it confusing I certainly think so since we all have different perceptions of organic Many people are actually unaware that for a product to be called organic 70 of the total ingredients must be organic That leaves 30 that can be made up of well anything Ror it to be certified for example by the Soil Association it needs to contain 95 organic ingredients Natural is probably even more misleading For a product to have natural on the label it only needs to contain wait for it 1 natural ingredients What about the other 99 There is no doubt about it when it comes to making organic natural product choices one does have to really be on their toes to ensure you are actually getting what you are expecting Seen In Green A green product manufacturer will go further than this though Many deliberate intensely over the type of packaging they use For a green product to be truly

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=536:the-green-consumer&catid=112:general-articles-and-sector-news (2016-04-28)
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  • Body Care Special
    meet these demands and now the facial skin care market is now a rather sophisticated and complex arena Now that consumer s attention has shifted to the body although the demands remain pretty much the same the modern consumer is searching for products that contain unusual ingredients with beneficial properties Many companies are beginning to face up to this increasing demand with new product launches and are understanding the sophistication of their customer s needs It seems the days have passed where consumers were satisfied with moisturising now they expect the product to make them feel good and have visible effects Mother Nature s Well Stocked Shelves We may think that in order to meet the requirements of the consumer we need to invest copious hours not to mention money in a science lab Hasn t Mother Nature already done that This said while there are many naturally occurring potent ingredients to pick from off of nature s well stocked shelves sometimes a little fine tuning may be required so that we can harness and optimise these fine ingredients Exploring The Potential In order to capitalise on what is naturally available in its rawest form or after a bit of fine tuning we need to really look at the choices in detail When a product is results driven it should contain ingredients that play an active role in achieving the objective Formulators research their ingredients and select those that are most pro active in achieving a said goal not to mention label appeal Some of the big players in the skin care industry are recognising the potency of natural raw materials as in the following examples Loofah A trusted friend of the formulator The loofah is a relative of the squash and has been used for centuries for its exfoliating

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=423:body-care-special&catid=112:general-articles-and-sector-news (2016-04-28)
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  • Crapple Pie & Crudstard (another giggle)
    for a giggle Get a peek at the Croap Queen s diaries at her blog This week my idea was a creative new croap As ever I planned it was living in hope I love baking so I had in my little mind s eye A soap to resemble a real apple pie I pre tested the FO to see if it would go brown But no It stayed nice light and would not let me down I rang my friend for advice on how to make pastry She suggested I add oats to make it look tasty So off into the kitchen I went all fully prepared I d worked it all out so I wasn t too scared I divided the base into 3 different parts So I could add colours etc for my soap apple tarts It was all looking good so I left it to gel Apple Pie Custard it s a really nice smell But when it came to unmoulding I ran out of luck It wouldn t come out cos the pastry was stuck I smacked it and froze it and then I got cross Cos my sweet apple pie was another dead loss

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=417:crapple-pie-a-crudstard&catid=112:general-articles-and-sector-news (2016-04-28)
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  • A Funny Soap Tale... (a good giggle)
    looks a bit sick The smell is just lovely and it was really pink But I think I ll just use it for cleaning the sink Croap 4 s a disaster as you already know Did everything right so it just goes to show I ll speak nicely to Santa I ll even sit on his knee If he ll send a new crockpot for little old me Croap 4 s a disaster as you already know Did everything right so it just goes to show I ll speak nicely to Santa I ll even sit on his knee If he ll send a new crockpot for little old me Well I ve just had a go at unmoulding Croap 4 And it s hard to believe but it s worse than before Artistic blue swirls Not a cat s chance in hell It s gone purple pink and a bit white as well The top is all lumpy think pink cottage cheese And some bits are runny it could do with a squeeze Is that neat lye solution Wasn t there yesterday Should I wrap it all up and just throw it away B gger this for a lark now I m getting annoyed All my artistic hard work and it just gets destroyed I m really not thick but I just can t get it right And my niece has just told me my croaps are all sh te But over this latest disaster I shall just gloss Cos I m sending my Mum to the nearest Argos For a lovely new crockpot for me to destroy Oh goody goody I ll have a new toy So I ve tried M P and at that I m not bad But my CP well you know it s just all very sad So I ll try out the HP I m just living in hope That one day I ll make other than rubbish old croap Added 12 12 07 A new croap has been born but it s barely alive Yes ladies I give you my Croap No 5 At conception a dream with a hint of vanilla At birth looks like something coughed up by Godzilla A soft creamy brown swirl was what I had in my mind But when dragged from the mould well what did I find It s more the colour of porridge it s gone a bit wrong And I do have to say it s got a very odd pong I used herbal tea for the water I made it quite dark But it should have been weaker I was way off the mark I added the tea bits as I wanted it scrubby But the leaves have turned brown so it looks a bit grubby Not that I mind that as it doesn t look bad But the vanilla smell s gone and it s driving me mad About every hour I nip off for a sniff But nope it s

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=349:a-funny-soap-tale&catid=112:general-articles-and-sector-news (2016-04-28)
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  • The Green Consumer
    so now though in fact it is one of the biggest growing markets for consumer products as has seen a 200 increase in the last year Because consumers are becoming increasingly more knowledgeable about skin care and environmental issues this has shaped their product demands As much as 28 of all product consumers choose natural products So what does this mean for manufacturers regardless of size For some it is a case of reformulating their products lines to ensure they are free from harmful chemicals But should more be done Removing the harmful chemicals certainly contributes to greener skin care but should it go further to include biodegradable recycled recyclable packaging choosing organically produced ingredients reducing ones carbon footprint Organic Natural What is this Organic is certainly a current buzzword throughout the beauty industry and one that undoubtedly sells However is it confusing I certainly think so since we all have different perceptions of organic Many people are actually unaware that for a product to be called organic 70 of the total ingredients must be organic That leaves 30 that can be made up of well anything Ror it to be certified for example by the Soil Association it needs to contain 95 organic ingredients Natural is probably even more misleading For a product to have natural on the label it only needs to contain wait for it 1 natural ingredients What about the other 99 There is no doubt about it when it comes to making organic natural product choices one does have to really be on their toes to ensure you are actually getting what you are expecting Seen In Green A green product manufacturer will go further than this though Many deliberate intensely over the type of packaging they use For a green product to be truly

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=536&Itemid=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • Body Care Special
    meet these demands and now the facial skin care market is now a rather sophisticated and complex arena Now that consumer s attention has shifted to the body although the demands remain pretty much the same the modern consumer is searching for products that contain unusual ingredients with beneficial properties Many companies are beginning to face up to this increasing demand with new product launches and are understanding the sophistication of their customer s needs It seems the days have passed where consumers were satisfied with moisturising now they expect the product to make them feel good and have visible effects Mother Nature s Well Stocked Shelves We may think that in order to meet the requirements of the consumer we need to invest copious hours not to mention money in a science lab Hasn t Mother Nature already done that This said while there are many naturally occurring potent ingredients to pick from off of nature s well stocked shelves sometimes a little fine tuning may be required so that we can harness and optimise these fine ingredients Exploring The Potential In order to capitalise on what is naturally available in its rawest form or after a bit of fine tuning we need to really look at the choices in detail When a product is results driven it should contain ingredients that play an active role in achieving the objective Formulators research their ingredients and select those that are most pro active in achieving a said goal not to mention label appeal Some of the big players in the skin care industry are recognising the potency of natural raw materials as in the following examples Loofah A trusted friend of the formulator The loofah is a relative of the squash and has been used for centuries for its exfoliating

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=423&Itemid=1 (2016-04-28)
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  • Crapple Pie & Crudstard (another giggle)
    for a giggle Get a peek at the Croap Queen s diaries at her blog This week my idea was a creative new croap As ever I planned it was living in hope I love baking so I had in my little mind s eye A soap to resemble a real apple pie I pre tested the FO to see if it would go brown But no It stayed nice light and would not let me down I rang my friend for advice on how to make pastry She suggested I add oats to make it look tasty So off into the kitchen I went all fully prepared I d worked it all out so I wasn t too scared I divided the base into 3 different parts So I could add colours etc for my soap apple tarts It was all looking good so I left it to gel Apple Pie Custard it s a really nice smell But when it came to unmoulding I ran out of luck It wouldn t come out cos the pastry was stuck I smacked it and froze it and then I got cross Cos my sweet apple pie was another dead loss

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=417&Itemid=1&mosmsg=Item+successfully+saved. (2016-04-28)
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  • Tamanu Oil (feature article)
    thick viscous oil that can vary in colour from dark green yellow to almost black Before the conversion to Christianity the ancient Polynesians considered the Tamanu tree assacred Idols were carved in the wood and they are still considered a sacred relics of the past Considered highly medicinal the oil and many parts of the tree were and are still used in tinctures and decoctions The oil is sometimes used in conjunction with coconut oil and flower essences as a massage medium for Lomi Lomi massage One of the properties of tamanu is that it is rubefacient increases blood circulation so it s one that would be good in any warming oil massage blend The fruit extract has been used to make a brown dye to colour tapa cloth and the oil used to waterproof it It is interesting to note that around the turn of the century 1900 missionaries in the South Seas noticed that people suffering from leprosy would come to the leper house with Tamanu which they rubbed on their wounds They had the idea to dilute the oil in an alcohol ether to prepare an injection This proved effective against the associated neural problems and is still used successfully in hospitals in this region Tamanu Oil is said to Be useful in treating rheumatism Relieve itching Relieving scabies Have similar properties to Myrhh Help relieve ringworm Be used as a liniment for joint pain Be used by Fijan mothers to help prevent nappy rash Be good to use in place of lip balm for chapped dry lips Healing to wounds cracks and chaps Good to apply to chemical and physical burns including sunburn Be anti inflammatory Be useful for allergic skin disorders such as eczema dermatitis and psoriasis Be useful for general skin disorders such as

    Original URL path: http://www.fresholi.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7:feature-tamanu-oil&catid=94:natural-oils (2016-04-28)
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