There might have been a time when vegans were few and far between, and some might have considered them as tree-hugging, lentil-loving hippies. But that time has well and truly passed. Over the past couple of years, the popularity of veganism has skyrocketed. Last year, The Vegan Society and Vegan Life magazine revealed that at least 542,000 Brits are following the diet.
Tinseltown is also onboard with the likes on Beyonce, Brad Pitt and Leonardo di Caprio all advocating the plant-based diet. The latter has invested in Beyond Burger, a meatless burger made of plant protein.
Welcome to the June newsletter where we launch Photography Fluid from NIOD (Non-Invasive Options in Dermal Science), which just might change everything, yet again; we take a look at adrenal stress and iron supplementation and we announce the death of a product, which saddens me for many different reasons. I leap onto The Podium with my Toronto boyfriend and as ever, I will be writing about your feedback and there are some rather fabulous treats to read about too, so let’s go and I am going to begin with an evolutionary and revolutionary new skincare product:
Photography Fluid, Opacity 12%
I honestly don’t think I could be happier right now as we continue to launch some of the most exceptionally advanced skincare products I have ever come across; working so closely with Brandon Truaxe, Founder & CEO of Deciem, is as exciting as it is challenging. The man is in a big hurry to change and turn the beauty industry upside-down and inside-out, so why wait! As I wrote a couple of months ago, Brandon and I made a pact to do this together; NIOD is exceptionally close to his heart and he has given me total autonomy to release the products in whichever order I like, so I’ve chosen Photography Fluid because when he first told me about it I nearly started to hyper-ventilate with excitement.
Having released Copper Amino Isolate Serum (CAIS) and Multi-Molecular Hyaluronic Acid Complex (MMHC) on last month’s newsletter, which I will write about after this section, I wanted to follow through with a product that not only complimented the above, but can quite happily stand alone in all its magnificent glory, and magnificent it truly is. Read More…
Iron deficiency is the most common mineral deficiency in the world affecting nearly 15 percent of the world’s population. Iron is a major nutrient needed by most children and menstruating women. Men on the other hand usually have excess iron since iron is not excreted through the usual routes of urine and sweat. Iron deficiency usually arises by any factor or a combination of three factors which are: low iron diets, poor absorption and excessive loss of blood. Read More…