DIY recipe lowdown with Jergens® Naturals® Skin & Bare It!

July 18, 2010 by Jen Marsden · Leave a Comment 

Jergens-Skin-And-Bare-It-Episode-5With the end of the Jergens® Naturals® Skin & Bare It mini-series on’s Greenonthescreen, we want to remind you of the show’s wonderful homemade beauty recipes.

The mini-series offered interesting facts and insights as it investigated the state of the British public’s skin. Channel 4 presenter Anna Richardson (of Supersize Vs Superskinny and My Big Fat Diet Show fame) did a great job along with her skin experts in showing the best – and the worst – skin routines a girl can have.

All five programmes are available on YouTube here.

To re-cap on the recommended DIY recipes.

For an avocado moisturiser click here

For a skin cleansing treatment with green tea click here

For berry beauty click here

For a chocalicious treatment click here

Remember, you are what you put on your skin, so the more quality the ingredients, the more luxuriant the body pack shall be. Here at we recommend organic where possible.

These recipes were especially made by America’s best-selling bodycare range Jergens® Naturals® Skincare, loved by customers across the globe for over a century. Try its range of highly effective natural moisturisers, formulated from the finest plant-derived extracts, delivering effective body moisturisers for women of all ages, and for a variety of skin types. They’re 95% natural, highly effective and paraben free for beautiful skin.

Click here to find out more about Jergens® Naturals® or join them on Facebook

Green tea cleansing with Jergens® Naturals® Skin & Bare It!

June 8, 2010 by Jen Marsden · Leave a Comment 

As part of our celebration of Jergens® Naturals® Skin & Bare It’s Episode 4 going live on greenonthescreen this week, we’ve got a green tea cleansing body mask recipe for your skin! Read more

Skin and Bare It! Jergens® Naturals® bodycare launches online show

April 23, 2010 by Jen Marsden · Leave a Comment 

untitledWe’ve got a wonderful skin-tingling feeling here at as we get ready to watch the forthcoming “webisodes” of Jergens® Naturals® Skin & Bare It.

We’ve already seen a sneak preview – and you can too now with the current first episode on greenonthescreen – we can’t wait to see more. Read more

Male beauty heroes: We speak to Melvita’s Simon Ford

April 19, 2010 by George Walker · Leave a Comment 

Simon FordFrench cosmetics company Melvita has been causing a real stir with natural beauty product enthusiasts across the waters for years now. Former beekeeper Bernard Chevilliat founded the brand and brand manager Simon Ford  makes sure this natural cosmetics company keeps to its core values as it expands. Recently the company released products in the UK- so will British customers be just as enticed by the products as the French? All the signs point to yes. George Walker speaks to Simon Ford about this sweet-as-honey cosmetics company.

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Male beauty heroes: We speak to Bulldog’s Simon Duffy

April 12, 2010 by George Walker · Leave a Comment 

BULLDOG18Simon Duffy, Co-founder of Bulldog cosmetics, wanted to create a natural skin and body care range for men that was more fun, affordable and accessible than those he saw on the market. George Walker talks to Simon Duffy about natural ingredients, young entrepreneurship and picking a dog breed to front his brand.

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Eco Age holds a teasing burlesque party for Yes! organic lube

February 12, 2010 by Jennifer Butler · Leave a Comment 

yes300The world’s first organic lubrication by Yes had a little burlesque party at Eco Age to celebrate Valentine’s Day and sensual women everywhere.  Jenny Butler reports.

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Donna Air’s secret beauty ingredient

January 12, 2010 by Jen Marsden · Leave a Comment 

donna air300Wanting a fresh start for 2010? Organic food lover and dedicated mum Donna Air, is supporting a campaign to encourage women to think about natural beauty. Jennifer Butler writes. Read more

A-listers scoop up Neal’s Yard Remedies awards

November 19, 2009 by Maria Kaski · Leave a Comment 

Honoured Natural Beauties by Neal’s Yard Remedies
Green A-listers from Donna Air and Livia Giuggioli to Joanna Yarrow and Lisa Oxenham have been awarded with Neal’s Yard Remedies prestigious Natural Beauty Honours.  Eleni Sardi writes.
Already in its second year, the Natural Beauty Honours, pioneered by Neil’s Yard Remedies, aim to recognise the contributions of individuals in the public eye who are bringing environmental issues the fore.
Donna Air, spokeswoman for the Soil Association, editor-in-chief for the Soil Association’s Grown in Britain Cookbook and a supporter of the Real Food Festival, says, “I truly believe what we eat and put on our skin should be as organic and natural as possible, and this is a wonderful way to celebrate it.”
Livia Giuggioli, wife of Colin Firth, producer and co-founder of Eco Age and Joanna Yarrow, writer, broadcaster, co-founder of sustainability company Beyond Green, and the green expert on GMTV and Five News were also among the winners.
Lisa Oxenham, beauty director of Marie Claire, and Sarah Stacey, editor of You Magazine and founder and editor of the critically acclaimed  Green Beauty Bible, were also the proud recipients of the Natural Beauty Honours.
Peter Kindersley, owner of Neal’s Yard Remedies says, “the Natural Beauty Honours are our way of officially recognising important people who have made a substantial contribution to green issues and who share a vision with Neal’s Yard Remedies to raise the profile of a natural and organic way of living.”
Neal’s Yard
neilsGreen A-listers from Donna Air and Livia Giuggioli to Joanna Yarrow and Lisa Oxenham have been awarded with Neal’s Yard’s prestigious Natural Beauty Honours.  Eleni Sardi writes.
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Celebrities back Fit for a Princess eBay initiative

October 26, 2009 by Maria Kaski · Leave a Comment 

Over 30 dresses donated by celebrities are currently on auction on Ebay to benefit the Princess Alice Hospice. Lucie Goulet writes.
Among the garments auctioned are a Max Azaria draped cream dress from Shilpa Shetty, an Alberta Ferretti sequined number from Helena Bonham-Carter, a George Chakra jacket from Dame Helen Mirren and a full-length black dress from Hobbs worn by Samantha Cameron.
As well as raising money, the project, named Fit for a Princess, hopes to educate the public about the key role of the Princess Alice Hospice. To that end, each auction page includes detailed information on the charity work and its funding. The Hospice provides specialist end of life and palliative care for people with life-limiting illnesses and their families, both at the Hospice and in their homes in South West London and Surrey.
Each garment will come with authentication, often in the form of signed photographs. Some celebrities further personalised their donation. According to Emma Chenery, the event organiser, “Joanna Lumley has written a delightful letter explaining where she wore the dress, and how when wearing the outfit Roger Moore and Daniel Craig kissed and hugged her. Lynda Bellingham sent a Gok Wan book following a specific request by the charity for the dress she wore on the Fashion Fix show on Channel 4”.
Prior to the start of online bidding, the dresses were exhibited at the Bentall Shopping Centre ( HYPERLINK “” in Kingston.
Chenery hopes to raise £5000. A reserve has been put on each piece, meaning that they should at least sell for a total of £1700. The Hospice heavily relies on operations like Fit for a Princess. “Yearly costs are in excess of £7 million and 75% of funding must come from community donations and fundraising,” explains Chenery.
The auctions end at 8pm on October 29th.
Auction page:  HYPERLINK “”
Princess Alice Hospice

trinny-woodallOver 30 dresses donated by celebrities are currently on auction on eBay to benefit the Princess Alice Hospice. Lucie Goulet writes.

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Emma Watson to launch teen range with People Tree

September 19, 2009 by greenmystyle · Leave a Comment 

Emma-Watsons-fashion-coll-0British actress Emma Watson, star of the Harry Potter movie franchise, Burberry model and style icon, is teaming up with Fairtrade fashion brand People Tree for a clothes range aimed at teenage boys and girls. Lucie Goulet catches up with People Tree’s Anthony Waller at London Fashion Week. Read more

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