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trouble spots

We all want beautiful skin. Even if you sleep well, drink water, cut caffeine & alcohol, exercise, eat clean & green, cleanse, tone, moisturise – you can still end up with something you don’t like about your skin.

These days, social media can make us feel like our skin is flawed. We have to remind ourselves most of what we see online is edited, photoshopped, airbrushed, filtered and often involves a hundred products to get that one shot. We know this, but still, we all want perfect airbrushed-in-real-life skin!

There’s redness, dry patches, dark circles, pregnancy pigmentation, hormonal breakouts and those weird giant spots that pop up out of nowhere… welcome to reality and real skin. Through all of these little changes, or issues that can feel like big problems as we struggle to resolve them – we have to love our skin. Read More

antioxidants in skincare

Our skin is our largest organ, we really need to take care of it! An easy way to do so is by using products with antioxidants. We often hear the word antioxidants in our skincare products, but what does it actually mean? Here is a brief article about them and why to include them in your daily skincare routine.

Let’s start from our inner body, our molecules. All living things contain molecules, which contain atoms each one with a proton (positive charge), neutron (neutral charge) and electron (negative charge). When an electron is lost then we have a Free Radical hanging around. Free Radicals can be caused by stress, non-balanced diet, lack of sleep, or environmental causes like pollution, alcohol, smoke, pesticides etc. This is not something you want as they immediately look for another electron to pair up with, usually taking it from a healthy stable molecule and causing oxidation. This oxidation is what accelerates the ageing process, but this is where antioxidants step in, they stabilise a free radical and stop its search for an electron. Read More

feminine energy

Monica Yates is an ICF certified Life Coach and Period Coach. She is your go-to girl when it comes to anything period related. She shares with us the importance of honouring our feminine part and how to do so.

“The modern world is predominantly masculine dominated and as a result, women have become much more masculine in the workplace, bedroom and at home. Now I’m not saying that this is a bad thing, but if a man is trying to be masculine and a woman is also always in her masculine, there isn’t the opportunity for polarity which is vital in a sexual relationship.

I did an Instagram story about this last week and got a few messages of hate saying that I was alluding that women couldn’t be CEO’s and had to be sheep. Ummmmm….that was NOT what I was saying at all. In fact the opposite. I want my business to take off into a massive corporation and to be running the show! What I was instead saying, is that imagine if in the workplace, men and women were able to honour the differences and how much more productive and beautiful it would be. Read More

combat shine

Life is busy, life gets messy, sometimes – it gets sweaty! We can all be prone to feeling like our skin is a bit hot and sticky, or even more shiny than we like it. This can be caused by humidity, temperature, hormones, stress & anxiety or natural oil production.

Our corn translucent powder – one for all is the ideal pressed powder for the complexion & finish you’re after. Can be applied when you put on your makeup as a finishing and setting powder, and throughout the day. A quick dab will calm your shine!

Corn for Cover

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moringa all-beauty crème – quinoa water foundation – haze – arnica concealer – chai –   carrot colour pots – holy (cheeks & lips)  –  chamomile eye palette – lovely  –  aloe gel lash & brow mascara – clear  –  vanilla highlighter – falling star  – corn translucent powder – one for all Read More

from mum to daughter

I remember when I was a little girl and I used to watch my mum doing her makeup. I was amazed. I loved the colours, the powders and the sparkles. I can say that the person who started me on makeup was my mum. And I’m very thankful that the person I love the most is a connection to my passion

When we are young, the moment we start using makeup is as important as the day we buy our first bra or our first pair of heels. We all remember the first time we applied liner and the fear we had of poking our eye. So what´s better than taking this step that connects us more as mother and daughter in a fun and relaxed way.

That´s why I’m going to give you some tips to guide your daughter to a clean, conscious & curious beauty lifestyle.

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First of all, it is important to leave prohibitions aside. Since I was young, makeup has been a way of expression and I´m thankful that my mum never tried to control or change that part of me. Of course, I have looks that I totally regret now haha, but it is all an exciting learning process. And because of that, we need to cultivate in our little BFF the knowledge that what we put on our skin is very important; not just for health but also our environment.

Skin

My mum taught me that it is better to take care of our skin and keep it healthy while we’re young rather than use hundreds of creams to try repair damaged skin when we´re older. In that way we can feel just as good when we aren’t wearing makeup as we do when we are.

Remember that her skin is young and still produces collagen, so we won’t include any anti-aging products in her routine.

The ginkgo micellar water is perfect for everyday cleansing. It is great to remove makeup and clean a little deeper to help avoid the annoying blackheads.

Our herbal face tonic will help to balance the skin and to stop excessive oil production.

For moisturising, use the Moringa all- beauty crème as a facial moisturiser and the SOS marmalade for any other dry spots on her lips, body, nails etc.

Face

For every day I recommend calendula powder foundation. Perfect for sensitive skin, with light coverage and satin finish; It will help to heal the pimples of the teenage years. For a more special occasion our quinoa water foundation will give a unified tone and fresh matte look.

Cheeks

Let’s remember that the fun part are the colours. So for the blush I recommend the carrot colour pots, the tones healthyharmony and hello. Remind her that less is more, we want to enhance her youthful glow, not make her look 20 years older.

Eyes

The jojoba eye pencils are the must have. Let her use her creativity to experiment with the colours and soft textures. She can frame her eyes by using them as a liner, smokey liner or an eyeshadow.

For the lashes the aloe gel clear mascara to lift the lashes & give a soft look. And to stand out on the eyes, I love the natural almond mascara in brown.

Lips

And for the cherry on top, the lips. Soft, shiny, moisturised lips. The cacao lip colour lipsticks in the tones sway, play or dash will give the right amount of hydration and repair dry lips with a lovely splash of colour that she can build up as she wishes.

Experimenting and being curious is essential to discovering our likes and forming our identity. Give your daughter a chance to let her creativity loose on this process, by doing so you can share many more experiences together.

Models Gosia and 12 y.o. Isabella are mum and daughter. With a mix of Polish and Mexican background, Isabella was born in Germany and now lives in Australia.

To learn more about Ere Perez, click here.

Sigue aquí el blog en español.

 

all-time beauty

Beauty exists at every age – and don’t you try and tell us otherwise! Some of our greatest style icons & beauty influencers are timelessly elegant and gorgeous whether they are 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 and beyond. It was Oprah Winfrey who famously once said that 50 is the new 40.

This is for faces that have lived, for skin with character and adventure at the edges. We want you to feel sassy, confident and beautiful, from here on in. If you are facing your 30th or just had your 47th, if you are worried that 25 feels suddenly too old… we got you. Time is one thing we can do nothing about, but we can do a lot to nourish and care for our skin along the way:

  • Switch to natural skincare and makeup products. This will help your skin and your health.
  • Hydrate your body with water, and your skin with moisturizing products.
  • It’s never too late – or early! – for an eye cream. Our tip is to use your eye cream (providing its natural, like ours) around your mouth to assist with lines along the lips too.
  • Pick makeup shades that suit your complexion, your hair and don’t listen to anyone who says it has to be suitable for your ‘age’. You can rock a green eye pencil or beetroot lipstick whenever you like.

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moringa all beauty crème | oat milk foundation – chai | arnica concealer – chai | vanilla highlighter – falling star | carrot colour pots – harmony | natural almond mascara – black | aloe gel lash & brow mascara – clear | chamomile eye palette – lovely | almond brow pencil – perfect

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sustainable stories: Ere Perez in Marie Claire magazine

As we can read in Marie Claire Australia this month: “Natural is no longer enough; you need beauty products that are sustainable”.

Our makeup is proudly listed in the 11 new ways to green your hair, skin, and makeup routine.

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our top picks for mum

This mother’s day, treat your mum (and yourself!) with our healthy & beautiful selection.

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Australian blue cypress face nectar : find your way to beautiful skin with a few drops of this fast absorbing, lightweight, balancing nectar Read More

love your foundation

Foundation, if you think about it, is a really interesting word we use for a makeup product! In the beauty bizz, it means the first layer of makeup you apply to your face, which you then layer with colour, powders, mascaras – all the fun thing! But foundation is the beginning…

Celebrating mothers, women, daughters, sisters, grandmothers, godmothers, aunts this month, got us thinking about the foundations of these relationships. And mainly – it is love! In many ways, love is the bond we share in our relationships. This doesn’t mean however, that relationships aren’t also: challenging, upsetting, frustrating, disappointing, hard and sometimes – just really too much. The ups and downs we go through in our lives as we grow are all part of the process of being human. With family (the ones we are born into and the ones we find for ourselves), love brings us back. To gratitude, forgiveness, healing, second chances, care, hope and renewal. Above all else, if we can remember love as our foundation, it can get us through tricky times in life.

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But if you don’t have love as your base, your starting point – it’s hard to juggle all the rest that life throws at us. Read More

celebrating in style

Founders Juan and Ere Perez celebrated 20 years of marriage in Merida, Mexico earlier this month. Merida is one of Mexico’s cultural capitals and is close to Chichen-Itzá famous Mayan ruins and the natural cenotes (underground waterholes) found throughout the stunning Yucatan Peninsula.

The colourful commitment ceremony was hosted at the stunning Hacienda Teya, founded in 1683, this cattle ranch turned to cultivating henequen (yellowish fibre from the agave plant) at the beginning of the 20th century.

The abandoned hacienda was purchased in 1974 and restored to the classic beauty we see today, known for its traditional Yucatán restaurant, vast green gardens and seventeenth century ballrooms that host weddings like that of Juan and Ere. Read More