Coconut oil has long since been recognised as deeply conditioning for hair. Coconut oil contains naturally occurring fatty acids that allow for deep and easy penetration into the hair shaft. This makes it good for smoothing frizz and restoring shine to hair. Furthermore, coconut oil contains protein, which when absorbed into the hair shaft can help replace and strengthen weak hair. Continue reading “5 Ideas to Use Coconut Oil in Your Daily Beauty Routine.”→
While people love to pay attention to painting their toe nails with pretty colours, they often overlook the fact that appearance of feet and toes will improve with simple care, which adds to an overall professional finish of your feet. By doing a professional pedicure at home your feet will feel fabulous, look softer, more silky and your toe nails will grow stronger and appear more healthy. Continue reading “How to do a professional pedicure at home.”→
Foot scrubs are a wonderful treat to incorporate into your diy professional pedicure, they smell wonderful and leave the feet feeling light and fresh. They can be used as a weekly freshen up in the shower or during a bath, or for use during a pedicure to help further remove dead skin and improve nail condition. Continue reading “Zesty Orange & Ginger Foot Scrub”→
This homemade peppermint and cocoa lip balm tastes minty fresh and helps your lips stay supple and flaky free. The skin on the lips is thinner than on the face, and dries out in harsh winter weather and central heating, and strong summer sunshine, and with the use of air-conditioning. Continue reading “Peppermint Fresh Cocoa Lip Balm”→
This Lavender & Rosemary cleanser is perfect for all skin types. It smells as fresh as a summer’s day and reminds me of peaceful walks through beautiful aromatic gardens! And most important of all, it cleans well, leaving the skin soft and moisturised. Continue reading “Lavender & Rosemary Cleanser”→
A good quick cleanser can be milk! It was a favorite of Cleopatra’s afterall. The benefits of milk are its ability to cleanse oil from the skin’s surface due to the lipase enzymes and lactic acid within, which help dilute grease and dirt. Ultimately, the results are smoother glowing skin.
Milk is also calming on sensitive skin, and can help moisturise mature skins. So this recipe is suitable for normal and combination skin.
Create your own creamy body moisturiser that smells like cookies and cream and feels silky smooth on the skin! It’s so easy to make, affordable and doesn’t contain any nasty chemicals.
What natural goodness is in this homemade recipe?
Apart from the delicious aromas of chocolate and vanilla in this recipe, cocoa butter has many health benefits also. It’s extracted from the cocoa bean, is one of nature’s most moisturising skin treatments. It contains natural fatty acids that helps retain skin moisture and elasticity and absorbs into the skin, making the skin feel soft. It’s great for all skin types, especially dry and sensitive.
You can make these toners at home using simple effective ingredients from your own kitchen. Take control of your body, by limiting unnecessary chemicals entering your body by choosing fresh organic products.
Toners help gently clean skin, and are a great way to brighten and freshen up during the day, for example, after the gym or work, or maybe your skin feels sweaty after a hot day. These recipes are great after a deep cleanse to sooth the skin and prepare it for makeup application. Continue reading “5 Easy to Prepare Facial Toners”→