I always associated rosewater with little old ladies and chewy Turkish delight sweets. Little did I know that it's actually great for your skin, hair and even your mood. Now, rosewater has been used for centuries, even Cleopatra used it in her famous baths and the Romans put rose petals in their wine to get … Continue reading How to use rosewater for your skin and hair: It’s not just for old ladies and Turkish delight!
Say what? Charcoal? The black stuff? Yes, I know, it sounds a bit bizarre but activated charcoal is NOT the same as the stuff you use for a BBQ! Activated charcoal is a very fine black powder that you can usually buy from health stores or pharmacies. There are also many beauty products that contain … Continue reading How to use activated charcoal as a skincare product
Facial massage improves blood circulation which brings wonderful anti-ageing oxygen to your skin. Increased blood circulation also encourages the production of collagen and provides delicate facial tissues with added nutrition. Facial tapping or massage improves the appearance of wrinkles because it relaxes the muscles of the face and scalp. I never used to do a … Continue reading 5 Step Facial Tapping Massage to improve circulation and firm your skin!
Whether you have larger breasts or smaller ones, we will all experience sagging and a reduction in volume as we age. As with all things skin related, prevention is better than cure. The skin on your breasts can be as delicate as your facial skin. Bottom line, the "girls" need to be pampered to keep … Continue reading How to help your breasts to stay firm and prevent sagging
We've probably all had oats for breakfast at some point but have you used it on your skin? Oats can be used as a natural moisturiser, cleanser and acne treatment. It is gentle on your skin and has anti-inflammatory properties to help treat skin conditions like dermatitis, sunburn or inflammation. Egyptians and other peoples from … Continue reading Why you should use oats to cleanse, moisturise and brighten your skin
Most women have stretch marks, even some teenagers develop them during growth spurts. Bodybuilders and athletes get them due to muscle growth during training. Pregnant women develop them in the later stages of pregnancy. Prevention is better than cure but there are natural ways to treat stretch marks at home. Now, there is nothing wrong … Continue reading Stretch marks: How to prevent and treat them naturally
We all know that a cup of chamomile tea before bed helps us to drift off or to calm our nerves after a long day but did you know that it can also be used to treat acne and eczema or lighten your blonde hair? Please note: Chamomile is a member of the daisy family. … Continue reading Calming chamomile tea for clear, soft skin and restful sleep.