About Living Nature Products
Living Nature products. It is the rich, vital energy of the native New Zealand bush that enables Living Nature to create skin care products that nourish and enrich our skin.
Living Nature, based in the Bay of Islands of New Zealand, has developed a natural skin care line that is recognized and praised worldwide. Living Nature originated from Suzanne Hall’s, founder and product developer, a preference for the medicinal effect of New Zealand plants and the desire to care for the entire body in a healthy and pure way. Living Nature offers a chemical-free skincare body care whereby the pure plant extracts take care of your skin and give you the desired result. Living Nature products distinguish themselves from other skin care products by promising that their products are 100% natural. Living Nature avoids using the following ingredients in their natural products:
synthetic chemicals or preservatives
genetically modified ingredients
herbicide or pesticide spores
Living Nature shows heart for nature by not using animal testing and the use of recyclable packaging material
Products without synthetic chemicals or preservatives
This creates a totally new approach to how the products work on your skin. The preservatives commonly used such as: methyl paraben, ethyl paraben, propyl paraben and all their derivatives are very good preservatives. They stop all the enzyme activity of the bacteria (living processes can only take place in enzyme activity) that take place in the product. Therefore the product does not spoil. However, the preservatives continue to work on the skin, and are absorbed through the skin into the blood circulation and ultimately into our main organs. Unfortunately, the preservative effect is so stable that even once they are absorbed into the body, the chemicals continue to work, while harassing the normal enzymatic activity of our body and creating a health issue. How do we know this? Autopsies on cancerous tumors have shown remnants of methyl, ethyl and propyl parabens. The only way these could have arrived is through the external use of skin care products and cosmetics.