The short answer is “No”. Eggs are laid with a natural coating on the shell that is applied as the last step in the laying process called the “bloom” or sometimes the “cuticle”. This coating is the first line of defense in keeping air and bacteria out of the egg. Since eggshells are porous, if you wash your eggs as soon as you collect them, you are removing that natural barrier.

It may sound counterintuitive, but learning about makeup has done wonders for my confidence. In the formative years of my beauty education, I turned to bloggers (and YouTubers) for nearly all of my makeup- and skin care-related qualms. They helped me appreciate what makeup could do for me more than any celebrity or brand ever could. I felt like they were my virtual friends (maybe a little strange?) — so much more tangible and relatable than a glamorized model on the pages of a glossy magazine. Through a little screen, they taught me the two-color smoky eye, the perfect cat-eye flick, and how to embrace my imperfections and put my best face forward every day.

What is Shea Butter? Shea Butter is a skin super food that comes from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree and that is naturally rich in vitamins A, E and F. It offers UV protection (it is SPF ~6) and provides the skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for […]

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In 1996, Choice of Nature was founded in England; thus bringing the best natural ingredients from all corners of the globe into your home. It has been our mission, from the very beginning, to support the local communities from the various countries we source our ingredients from. This is done by trading fairly with our […]