Vert Cosmetics Gold Highlighter Powder
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What I have here is a very nice product esp because it is organic, handmade and natural, priced at a whopping Rs.1295 for 8 gm of product. It contains Iron oxides, French clay, Jojoba oil and Turmeric powder. If it really contains only these ingredients and is devoid of all the harmful chemicals then I am definitely a fan. I applied some on my cheekbone and it gave the most beautiful highlighted effect without looking made up. The only complain I have is that it really needs to work on its packaging. In feb MEB, we received Gulnare, which worked nicely but smelled funny and had a waxy feel which is why I hardly ever used it on my face while this one right here is thousand times better as it is a nice smelling powder which can be easily applied and removed and gives a soft feel post application, but the gulnare one had a much better packaging. So, for the price tag, Vert should focus on a nice packaging. This is the second vert product I have used, first was a solid perfume which I am absolutely in love with. To sum it up it it an amazing product which makes my think that healthy makeup is actually possible.
Hi there legume lovers! We'd love your thoughts on this issue, because you're the ones we're making sweet tempeh treats for! The world of ethics in food (and, well capitalism and stuff in general) is a tricky and subjective one, with a lot of factors that we like to consider ie environmental impact, social impact, non-human animal impact, human health etc etc.
So we're looking at our wholesale sources of legumes, soybeans we're happy with, grown in NSW and organic. Now, Black Beans. At the moment, organic black beans sold in Australia are grown in China or the States. The only black beans grown in Australia are from Queensland and not certified organic.
What's more important to you guys here? Organic or food miles? I know there's heaps to consider and information not available, like the exact processes and chemicals used and residual in dried black beans, plus the ins and outs of organic bean farming in China... But tell us what you reckon!
#dilemma#blackbeans#turtlebeans#organic versus #foodmiles#discussions#ideas#plantbased#tempehtemple
Back to blocking! Spent the snowy day starting our alliums in the warm greenhouse. It felt wonderful to be back at it. Our new soil mixer works like a champ and saved us so much time already. Though some say soil blocking takes too much time (max is currently scheming to solve that problem 🙃)- I find the whole experience rather cathartic and extremely satisfying. Our plants love them too! Can’t wait to get to work again tomorrow. Now, that’s when you know you are right where you need to be.