Biome Naked Beauty is a DIY (do it yourself) skincare range of ingredients and recipes designed for anyone to be able to make their own natural skincare products at home.
With many modern skincare products filled with a long list of ingredients which are either hard to understand, or made from harsh ingredients, more and more women are looking for a genuinely natural way to treat their skin.
Biome Naked Beauty shows you how simple it can be to make your own skincare at home, so you know exactly what ingredients you’re putting on your skin.
The concept is simple and very easy to follow.
First you head to their website to check out what recipes you might like to cook up.
Then either head to your nearest stockist with an empty jar (or purchase one with Biome), and purchase the ingredients you need to make the recipe you want.
All recipes are provided online, and if you don’t have a stockist near you that’s okay – you can purchase all their ingredients online.
The Bondi Beauty team test drove one of the amazing recipes with Biome Naked Beauty and here’s what writer Rebecca Wilkinson had to say about it:
“I’m obsessed with anything charcoal at the moment, so I decided on the Activated Charcoal DIY Body Scrub. It was a raw recipe. Meaning, all you needed was a good bowl and spoon for mixing. No heat required.
The recipe was easy to follow, with no complicated steps. All I had to do was place all the ingredients required into a glass bowl, mix with a wooden spoon and Viola! Activated Charcoal DIY Body Scrub done in under 2 minutes.
It’s seriously that simple to make. And to prove it, I decided to try out another recipe, one which required a little more work than just mixing in a bowl and serving so to speak.
I decided on the Regenerating Rose and Shea Facial Balm; which is a very fragrant soft moisturising balm which helps keep your skin well hydrated.
This recipe does require you to use the stove for melting the ingredients together to make the balm, and a little patience is required, as the rose petals for the recipe need to sit in olive oil for a couple of hours before you start the whole process.
But don’t let that scare you off trying it out, as the recipe was still very easy and simple to follow.
It took a little over 1 minute to melt all the wax and oil ingredients on the stove, and another 1 minute to stir in any additional ingredients, like essential oils and pink clay once you have taken it off the stove.
You do need to set it aside for setting, but the overall method to create this facial balm, still only took 2 minutes.
I’ve been using both products for a few weeks now and I can honestly say, my skin feels amazing. And just knowing I am using natural ingredients on my skin gives me great piece of mind that I am not only looking after my skin, but also doing my part in protecting the planet from harmful chemicals as well.”
For more information on Biome’s new DIY Skincare and how to purchase, click here.