- skincare /SKIN-KEHR/
- incorporate /in-KAWR-puh-reyt/
- moisturizing /MOYS-chr-ai-zuhng/
- inclusive /in-KLOO-siv/
- ethical /ETH-i-kuhl /
[noun] – The practice of taking care of one’s skin, often through the use of cosmetics and skincare products.
She follows a strict skincare routine to keep her skin healthy and glowing.
[verb] – To include or combine something as part of a whole.
The recipe incorporates a variety of spices to create a unique flavor.
[adjective] – providing moisture or hydration to the skin, making it soft and supple
This lotion is great for moisturizing dry skin during the winter months.
[adjective] – including all people, regardless of their background, race, or gender
The school promotes an inclusive environment where every student feels welcome.
[adjective] – morally right and responsible, adhering to principles of fairness and honesty
The company is known for its ethical business practices, including fair wages for employees.
Why is this happening? Well, people in the UK are becoming more conscious of what they buy, and they want to support brands that do good things. Interestingly, people with different backgrounds in the UK have a lot of money to spend, around £4.5 billion every year, with a big chunk of that, £2.7 billion, going to hair and beauty stuff. That’s why African-inspired beauty brands are growing so fast.
- What is your experience with skincare routines, and do you have any favorite skincare products? Could you tell me about them?
- Have you ever tried skincare products that incorporate natural ingredients like aloe vera or shea butter? How did they work for you?
- Do you think it’s important for beauty brands to be ethical and eco-friendly?
- How do you think the popularity of African-inspired beauty brands in the UK might impact the beauty industry as a whole?
- In what ways can beauty brands promote inclusivity and ethical practices beyond just using diverse ingredients? Please elaborate on your answer.
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