JOURNAL

  • What does it mean to bio hack skin and body

    The human body is a wonderful source of regenerative energy, and when we feel our best, we tend to excel in life and function at an optimum level. This invigorates our innate ability to weather the stresses of modern life and the way our bio-systems handle pressure – which ultimately affects the condition of our skin and organs. Empowering this stress-busting capability and making use of its full range of potential is key for ultimate health, which explains why biohacking – lifestyle changes that ‘hack’ your body to be more susceptible to energetic flow, recovery, healing and balance – can be so transformative.

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  • World Health and Wellness Congress Awards

    We get to do what we love at Africology – to make beautiful products in an ethical and authentic way to better the lives of others. It is a great privilege to be able to do what we do, but it is still a lovely surprise and honour to be awarded for it.

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  • Neurotransmitter Self-Care

    Without good mental health, we cannot rise to accomplish all that we wish to. An important part of this is maintaining good daily habits that contribute to the health of our brains and nervous system.

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  • The Beauty and Necessity in Caring For Ourselves and the Earth

    It is hard not to be overwhelmed by the constant and frightening revelations of what is happening to our beautiful Earth. Daily we are met with new facts and images of rising temperatures, accelerated natural disasters, deforestation, food scarcity, extreme weather conditions and more. It is obvious to us all that our selfish and short-sighted treatment of this planet and its once-abundant resources is now costing us dearly.

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  • Vitamin A, Africology and Pregnancy

    Pregnancy is a beautiful time, and being a grandmother myself with both my daughters using Africology products during their pregnancies, I am deeply aware of the importance of clean formulation. It is my intention, when selecting ingredients, to be mindful of what is important during the development stages, and how Africology can support the correct and beautiful formation of the child, from embryo right through to birth. 

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