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Naturals beauty helps tackle adolescent acne

Naturals beauty helps tackle adolescent acne

The natural and affordable solution to troubled skin perfectly suitable for adolescents.

For teens seeking natural solutions for troubled skin, the local, affordable and quality skin care brand, Naturals Beauty Teen is an invigorating skin range perfectly suited for adolescents.

Formulated with Lemongrass and Buchu, both known for their healing properties for problem skin, the Teen Range supports hormonal transitions and upheavals that commonly result in spots, irritation, and oily and shiny skin.

It is an effective skin care routine, which is easy to implement and beneficial for teens suffering from acne. You just need the right products for your skin type, the correct techniques, and the motivation to care for your skin every single day.

“Your skin will thank you,” says Tanya Du Bois, owner and founder of Naturals Beauty.

Below are some benefits of the product range:

– Contains natural essential oils

– Blue Mountain Sage oil, Buchu oil, Cinnamon Leaf oil and Tea Tree oil

– Removes and eliminates acne-forming bacteria

– Contains healing, anti-bacterial, antiseptic, anti-microbial activities

– Penetrates into the heart of the pores to eliminate the problem

The Naturals Beauty Teen range consists of Teen Face Wash (125ml), Teen Face Moisturiser (100ml), Teen Spot Treatment (25ml) and Teen Detox Masque (50g) ranging from R70 – R99 per product.

Keeping with Naturals Beauty’s ethos since its launch in 2007, the Teen Range is free of any parabens, petrochemicals and other synthetic ingredients, including being gluten and animal cruelty-free.

“Our products not only use organic ingredients, but are locally made using the highest quality natural ingredients,” explains Tanya du Bois, owner and founder.

Available countrywide at many independent health shops and salons as well as and

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