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Thea Skin Care Enhancing Beauty The Natural Way

Named after the Greek goddess of natural beauty, Thea Skincare is a luxurious range of African inspired skin care products designed to feed your skin with the best pure, nutrient rich and active natural ingredients Mother Nature has to offer. Thea Skincare was founded by Althea, who coming from a background in the cosmetics industry developed a range of ethno-botanical skincare products that work to soothe, nourish and hydrate skin naturally and were inspired by a visit to Malawi and the natural, effortless beauty of Malawian women of all ages, in particular the texture and tone of their skin. During her time in the country Althea spent some time living in one of the local villages and it was here that she became attuned to the soothing and healing powers of nature and the elements and took the time to learn about and experiment with blending balms, creams and oils using the naturally sourced ingredients growing in abundance.

[Image credits: Thea Skincare Products]

Adding to her experiences in Malawi, Althea has used her travels as a means of learning and observing centuries old tried and tested methods of plant based natural skincare regimes used by indigenous communities the world over. After returning to her home in the UK Althea developed and introduced her organic, natural range of African inspired skin care products targeting skin types of all ages and ethnicities. Products include; anti ageing and skin brightening solutions; as well as mother’s and babies, teenage and men’s ranges. To help you find the products right for your skin type a handy online ‘skincare clinic‘ function is available on the website. Certified vegan friendly, Thea Skincare products are not tested on animals and are paraben free, containing no artificial fragrances and ingredients. A comprehensive list of the ingredients used and their potential benefits can be found here.

…presented in simple, yet stylish packaging Thea Skincare is a celebration of enhancing African inspired skin care the natural way

Additional details:
Skincare products on the website currently priced at: £5.95-£34.95
For further information about Thea Skincare and to purchase visit: www.theaskincare.com

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