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So.. When are you coming to the US?

Published 8 days ago, by Roeland Pater

After our successful presentation during the startup competition at the SXSW festival in Austin, we get this question a lot: So when are you coming to the US? We are happy to say that we are working on that, but we are not quite there yet.

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Skin care when you turn 30

Published 10 days ago, by Roeland Pater

In our teens and twenties, it’s much easier to take a laissez-faire approach to our skin. We may stubbornly leave our makeup on overnight or wash our face only when we remember or feel like it, but by the time 30 rolls around, the effects of time and poor care tend to become visible. This is the time wrinkles start showing up and those dark circles won’t seem to go away no matter how long we sleep. Why? Well, around age 30 our hormone levels begin to wane, especially in women. 

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National Nutrition Month: Essential vitamins

Published 23 days ago, by Roeland Pater

When it comes to nutrition, there are a lot of foods, drinks and other ingredients that have an impact on your skin. Whether it's improving the 'glow' of your skin, or simply improving health and preventing possible diseases - nutrition plays an important role. As March is the official National Nutrition Month, we will look at a range of foods and drinks that will benefit your skin's health. Today we will look at the essential vitamins for your skin.

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National Nutrition Month: Good fats & fermented foods

Published 27 days ago, by Roeland Pater

When it comes to nutrition, there are a lot of foods, drinks and other ingredients that have an impact on your skin. Whether it's improving the 'glow' of your skin, or simply improving health and preventing possible diseases - nutrition plays an important role. As March is the official National Nutrition Month, we will look at a range of foods and drinks that will benefit your skin's health. Today we will look at good fats and fermented foods.

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