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Abi and Margaret

Odylique & Our Story

Based in Suffolk, England, we are a small family team headed by Margaret, Colin and daughter Abi (see picture, from left to right: Abi & Margaret). Since establishing the Essential Care brand as a trademark and mail order company in 2003, we have been on a mission to make the purest skincare on earth.

Celebrity Comments

I've discovered Essential Care Organic Rose Moisturiser which is the ultimate - I can't live without it!
Denise Van Outen Actress
Calendula stops my nose from getting red and raw - I love it.
Sarah Beeney Television presenter
Essential Care are the best products; they leave my skin refreshed, clean and bright!! Love them!
Rachel McDowall Actress
My favourites Nuz & Essential Care keep my skin flawless.
Ashley Lilley Actress


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Natural Mascara: Black is back! (and brown too) | Odylique Blog

Natural Mascara: Black is back! (and brown too)

Essential Care's all natural mascara is back!  I will hand over the words to Margaret, who should take all credit for this amazing product, still the first ever Soil Association certified mascara, that really performs and is the healthiest thing you could put on your lashes:


“Mascara has been by far the greatest challenge I’ve had to date (in 30 years of creating natural skincare!) and after 18 months in development, I hope you’ll agree this new one ticks all the boxes.

It applies smoothly without clumping, is fast-drying and smudge-resistant, kind to eyes and contact lens wearers and packed full of conditioning organic plant extracts. It is of course still entirely free from synthetic plasticisers and solvents and the only mascara certified to Soil Association organic standards. Enjoy!”


Footnote from Abi - I personally love this mascara formulation and really put it through its paces (literally - it lasts brilliantly on my sweaty long runs). It also survives my toddler sitting on my head, pulling my eyelashes and poking me in the eye (in as friendly a way as possible - he's learning anatomy "eye" ... "ear" ...."nose").

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