As we age and we gain life experiences, small (at first) crow’s feet wrinkles and laugh lines begin to show themselves on our faces. This wonderful skin tightening face peel comes to you straight from the fridge with a little help from the fruit bowl.
3 DIY t reaments for younger looking skin ... from your fridge. This DIY mask will help to gradually lighten the skin over a number of weeks. at's why this Sun and Liver Spot Lightener formulation is so popular.
We've put together 3 DIY effective, easy-to-make and easy-to-use fresh food combinations you can use for three common ageing skin issues: Sun & Liver Spots, Wrinkles and Puffy Eyes
Eucalyptus Australiana - We love this Eucalyptus oil. With over 700 eucalypts to choose from, Eucalyptus Australiana (eucalyptus radiatia) is one of the gentlest yet most effective eucalyptus oils available. It has a softer scent than Eucalyptus globulous which can be quite overpowering and camphorous. . Being softer, this oil is wonderful for all the [...]
If your partner’s snoring is stopping you from getting a good night’s sleep then we have some great news for you. Snoring can lead to significant health and emotional issues It has been found that snoring is one of the primary reasons that spouses sleep apart. For a couple who have spent many years together [...]
DON'T USE Lavender Oil when studying you'll be too relaxed and you'll have a harder time retaining your learnings Lavender is best reserved for times when you want to relax DO USE Rosemary Oil when studying to help remember your material later
Essential Oil Safety - Rule 5: If in doubt ...ask an aromatherapist Essential oils are a powerful source of goodness and health for you and your family ...yet used incorrectly they can do a lot more harm than good. Confused as to how to use a particular oil? Have you received conflicting advice [...]
Essential oil Safety - Rule 3: I've seen some nasty burns from people who have used a citrus essential oil on their skin then gone out for a day in the sun. One lady mixed up her personal perfume [...]
"...only practitioners who are qualified to diagnose, trained to weigh risks against benefits, and have a knowledge of essential oil pharmacology should prescribe essential oils for oral administration." [Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young, Essential Oil Safety
So our first rule of essential oil safety is to ALWAYS use diluted essential oils on your skin. You see in aromatherapy more or stronger is not necessarily better. In fact more or stronger is often downright dangerous!
You know what it's like... a little boil over here... a good fry up there and voila your stove looks like it was the scene of a nuclear disaster. You see cleaning my messy stove top used to be up there on my "least likely things I'll do today" lists. I would put it off [...]