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Camellia oil - the wonder oil you need in your regimen

Camellia oil - the wonder oil you need in your regimen

Camellia is an amazing plant which is one of the longest-lived and hardiest known. In Japan and China, the oldest living camellias are still flowering despite being over 500 years old, and it’s not uncommon to find camellias over a hundred years old (the oldest in Australia was planted in 1831!). With amazing regenerative qualities, it isn’t surprising that in many parts of Asia its seeds are prized and have been used by the legendary geishas of Japan for centuries.
Special Offer! The Ultimate Stress Reliever

Special Offer! The Ultimate Stress Reliever

Did you know our Mother’s Intensive Restorative Oil is one of our best sellers? If you’re already a fan then you’ll love this offer, and if you haven’t yet experienced its incredible effects now’s the perfect chance! If you’re not familiar with our Mother’s Oil read on...
natural pregnancy skincare by four cow farm

3 Things You Need To Know About Mummy-to-Be Skin

Pregnancy skin goes through a lot more than many of us realise. Dark patches, strange lines, itches & rashes, breakouts - pregnancy skin isn't just about that pregnancy glow! 

Four Cow Farm Pregnancy Skincare

3 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Mother's-to-be Skin

Dark patches, strange lines, itches & rashes, breakouts - pregnancy skin isn't just about that pregnancy glow! Pregnancy skin goes through a lot more than most of us realise, here's a peek at some of the changes it has to deal with, and our recommendations...
Boost your skin with this simple combination

Boost your skin with this simple combination

As mummy skin goes through the ups and downs of pregnancy (literally!), hormonal changes and physical stress can wreak havoc on the skin. Similarly, aging skin, going through hormonal change and environmental stress, can become difficult to manage as it fails to recover as quickly as before.