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How Do You Know Which Chemicals To Avoid In Skincare?

How Do You Know Which Chemicals To Avoid In Skincare?

When you think of skincare, you think of a luxurious, calming, and pampering experience for your body (and sometimes mind!). The problem with this is, we don't always question what is in the products that we use during our routine. In this blog, the founder of The Ethical Beauty Expert, Yvette,  teaches us about commonly used chemicals in skincare products that we should avoid and why.    

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Why Shopping Sustainably Isn’t Just About The Product You Buy.

Why Shopping Sustainably Isn’t Just About The Product You Buy.

Improving our sustainability is a group effort and the effects will not only improve our planet but our health too.  In this blog we discuss some not so fun facts about plastics and how the little guy can take on the big corporation. 

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The Link Between Ethical Fashion Choices & Your Spiritual Wellbeing.

The Link Between Ethical Fashion Choices & Your Spiritual Wellbeing.

We love sharing our learning journey into sustainability, not only to educate others of what is out there but also to connect with like minded people. The Sequela team are big believers that 'many hands make light work' especially when it comes to changing the consumer world. So when we joined forces with ANGELUVE we knew our combined passions and values would be a match made in eco-conscious heaven!  Read more to learn about why we love our brand ANGELUVE! 

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Our Hot Take On Minimalism

Our Hot Take On Minimalism

Let’s chat about what seems to be an impossible fete; practicing zero waste methods during the holiday season. For this time of year, especially in the last few decades, it’s been drilled into us to “shop until we drop” and show our friends and family how much we love them by spending big and buying lots. After a few weeks in the ‘silly season’ we walk away with lighter bank accounts, cluttered homes (especially for those with children), fuller tummies and most importantly overflowing rubbish bins. So how do we fix the problem?

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