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How to Recycle LOA SKIN Products
As a botanical skin care company in the ever-increasing beauty space, it’s our duty to mitigate our ecological footprint in order to help secure a better future for life on...
Reconnect with your partner
It’s the middle of winter and also we’re in the second (Third? Fourth? We’ve lost count.) wave of the pandemic, I’m sure that a lot of us currently feel like...
Self care tips
After the hustle and bustle of the holidays, family gatherings, and Christmas shopping, we’re all exhausted, over-socialized, and ready for a change. While January brings on new beginnings, it also...
How to Prevent Dry Winter Skin
With fall upon us and winter coming soon, we’re already turning up the heat and putting on the cozy blankets. However, with the colder weather comes the drier air (especially indoors),...
Coronavirus outbreak dry skin
COVID-19 is sweeping the planet, and we must do everything we can to protect the most vulnerable in our society from getting it. While the recommendation is to wash hands...
Natural sunscreen
The use of sunscreen has become a very controversial topic for many different reasons, and rightfully so.  Chemical-based sunscreens are increasingly becoming a bigger health concern, with the only mineral-based alternatives...
acne oils
Contrary to what we're told by cosmetics companies and doctors, there are much deeper rooted causes to acne. Simply treating the skin with synthetic chemicals and prescription drugs may help some, but for the majority of people with acne-prone skin, the answer lies within their bodies. It may seem strange, but acne sufferers likely have an essential fatty acid deficiency, which plays a major role in the severity of the condition.