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Even if your shampoo bottles are made of recyclable materials, chances are that they won’t actually get recycled; they will most likely end up in our oceans as part of the 13 million tonnes of plastic dumped in there each year (*gasp*). Needless to say, the consequences of plastic pollution are hugely detrimental to fish and marine life, as well as humans. If the eco warrior in you is keen to save the planet and enhance your beauty regime simultaneously, it's time to add a shampoo bar.
We love a planet-friendly beauty trend, we do. We're mad for it. So we're extremely here for circular beauty, which is essentially the act of using food waste to make new, eco-conscious beauty products. Coffee, banana and ugly, discarded carrots - they're all being used to make lush new cleansers, creams and masks.
Coconut, argan, macadamia, and sweet almond oils are just a few of the natural nourishers that give Bumble And Bumble Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil Heat/UV Protective Primer, £22, its ultra-conditioning pay-off. Sprayed onto damp hair, the paraben-free hair primer helps protect against heat and UV damage, too.
From sub-zero Yoga to group masturbation and fasts that shave years off your biological age in five days, the Goop team are on a mission to achieve the ultimate levels of self-love. Here are the talking points from the series and why this new show is the ultimate Netflix trip. Group vulva show-and-tell, anyone?