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Christian P. Marriott

Hey there, I’m Christian. I’m the founder of The Big Fruit and live in Somerset, England. I am passionate about helping people to get their bodies back to working in a natural state. I am a fan of fitness, yoga, and coffee. I’m also interested in design, innovation and food.

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The Top 5 Biggest Natural Beauty Trends

by Christian P. Marriott
Last updated 25 October, 2017

As an industry that thrives on buzzwords and innovation, beauty trends are always changing. This year, in particular, we’ve seen an increase in natural and organic products and methods, which is most certainly a good thing! Here are some that have gained popularity, and dare we say, a cult following among beauty experts and consumers alike.

Face Brushing

Dry body brushing has been hailed as one of the best ways to exfoliate skin for some time, as well as helping to boost circulation and thus combat cellulite. In Asia, this same method has been used for the face, and it’s a trend that has made its way overseas for a number of reasons. Firstly, dry brushing evens out the texture of the skin, promoting smoothness and flakiness. This massaging technique also stimulates the lymphatic system to flush out any toxins you have under the skin that might be causing redness and pimples while at the same time unclogging your pores from excess sebum.

Essential Oils

Essential oils have been widely used for centuries throughout the world, not only for skincare but to treat numerous ailments and promote a healthy lifestyle too. Of course, certain concentrated ingredients cannot be used in their undiluted form, but there are some oils that you can use directly on your skin to reap the rewards. Lavender can heal skin irritations, frankincense treats ageing skin, chamomile can calm down inflammation, and tea tree has a ton of antibacterial properties.  Arguably the best part about essential oils is – they’re 100% natural.

Powder Cleanser

One of the latest skincare obsessions is facial cleansing powder. With a consistency like baby powder, they can be transformed into liquid cleansers with nothing but a drop of water and are good for all skin types, even those with sensitive or rosacea-prone skin. The majority of those available are a mixture of botanical enzymes and plant-based exfoliators which help to gently cleanse the skin. You can also turn it into a paste to use as a weekly 15-minute mask.

Oil Pulling

It might be an age-old remedy, but oil pulling has only recently burst onto the beauty scene. It’s a method that uses swishing oil (usually coconut, sesame or sunflower) in the mouth for approximately 20 minutes to get rid of tooth plaque and toxins. Coconut oil teeth whitening is a completely natural approach to oral health and one that has been proven to help sensitive teeth and promote a whiter smile.

Natural Deodorant

Yes, you heard correctly – natural deodorant. Many people have found that the problem with regular antiperspirant deodorants is that they use aluminium to block underarm sweat glands. Although there is no evidence to prove it, aluminium has been associated with certain cancers and impaired motor function so many people are choosing to switch to a product that wards off odour with plant-based ingredients and essential oils. Natural deodorants do not prevent you from sweating meaning that they can be used by people with very sensitive skin without irritating.

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Christian P. Marriott

Hey there, I’m Christian. I’m the founder of The Big Fruit and live in Somerset, England. I am passionate about helping people to get their bodies back to working in a natural state. I am a fan of fitness, yoga, and coffee. I’m also interested in design, innovation and food.

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