Australian native plants have been used for centuries by Indigenous communities to improve health and promote wellbeing.
Wake up. Scroll social media. Check emails. Read the news. In today's digital world, the average consumer is never far away from a screen or monitor.
A skin purge is the ultimate double-edged sword in skin concerns. While you’ve chosen a product for the array of benefits promised by the manufacturer, instead you may experience blemishes, breakouts and a complexion that looks nothing like the picture-perfect skin you were expecting.
Plant-based vitamin C is a nutrient consumers believe they've had access to in skincare for years.
In August of this year, the first oil in the Biologi range was launched to the public. Responding to consumer demand for a facial oil, BR Organic Rosehip Oil is already receiving incredible feedback.
Every week, we receive countless messages from consumers asking whether Biologi can cure acne. While we'd love to tout Biologi's natural healing properties (fact), antioxidant protection (fact) and ability to balance complexion (also a fact); the simple answer is ‘no'. Biologi cannot cure acne.
For many, the thought of applying oil directly to the face will be met with horror, particularly those with an oily skin type. Logically, many consumers feel that applying oil can lead to a greasy complexion and breakouts, the very outcome they're trying to avoid.