Snail gel to make your skin youthful – try Dr Organic products

Written by on June 26, 2013 in Beauty, Body & Mind - Comments Off on Snail gel to make your skin youthful – try Dr Organic products

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Whilst perusing my local health store recently, I came across an excellent brand. Dr Organic utilise only the finest natural and organic raw materials wherever possible. The products are sourced from around the world and every single active ingredient is rigorously tested to ensure it conforms to our strict quality guidelines. Combined with the latest scientific methods of extraction, Dr Organic products ensure that active compounds are retained to create products that are truly functional.

allmygoodness recommend Dr Organic’s virgin coconut range. The shampoo smells wonderful and the hand and nail cream not only has a wonderful coconut fragrance but is really good for strengthening nails and softening skin.

 

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We were also intrigued by their Snail Gel. This unconventional gel is a moisturising, soothing, anti-aging gel which harnesses the remarkable cosmetic benefits of Helix Aspera Muller, a unique substance the snail produces to quickly regenerate its own shell and skin when damaged. Combined with organic Aloe Vera and our proprietary blend of bioactive ingredients it effectively soothes and hydrates the skin. Laboratory analysis of this incredible natural extract has shown that Helix Aspersa Muller contains a unique balance of beneficial components including Glycolic Acid, Collagen, Elastin, Allantoin, Vitamins and Minerals. Give it a try the reviews are fantastic.

Dr Organic is a fantastic label and has won a Cosmopolitan Beauty Award and a Beauty Insider’s Choice award and now they have the allmygoodness stamp of approval. Visit their shop and buy products today.

About the Author

Christina Latham

Christina is one of our original writers who helped with the launch of allmygoodness. She has a love for finding vintage treasures and organic products in unexpected, undiscovered places. She has previously worked as a journalist for CD News at the Institute for Cultural Diplomacy and Bader TV News in Berlin. She also writes freelance articles for Fitzrovia News and BetaTwentyOne. Follow her on Twitter @ChristinaLatha