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~Serenity~
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I'm looking to invest in some new facial products and I want something as natural as possible. The Simple range is very good on my own skin but I was wondering if there's anything similar in a professional range.

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JoJo2504
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Salon services (Sallys) do a nice range called Strictly Professional and fairly reasonable in price

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~Serenity~
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Salon services (Sallys) do a nice range called Strictly Professional and fairly reasonable in price

I've just been looking at those products on the Salon's Direct website, they seem well priced too. Thanks JoJo

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Make your own...

Depending on where you are based, I'll be running a one-day workshop in Brighton on the 7th May on herbal skincare. You'll be able to learn about the properties of different oils, herbs and essential oils that you can add to base creams, face masks or cleansers to customise and personalise them, as well as making your own ointment or lip balm on the day.

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Can I just put my 2 penn'orth here and say that Strictly Professional aren't very natural in their ingredients. They do use parabens and SLS. If you are looking for something closer to an organic range, then you could try Naturally Thinking. Reasonably priced and no hidden nasties lurking - also not tested on animals.

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Can I just put my 2 penn'orth here and say that Strictly Professional aren't very natural in their ingredients. They do use parabens and SLS. If you are looking for something closer to an organic range, then you could try Naturally Thinking. Reasonably priced and no hidden nasties lurking - also not tested on animals.

Thanks Sue, do you have a link to where I can buy them online?

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Here you go .... 🙂

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