Evening primrose oil for healthy skin, hair and hormones

Evening primrose oil has been used since ancient times to heal wounds, treat mood disorders and menstrual issues. It is also used to help with the symptoms associated with menopause such as hot flashes. Native to England, North America and certain parts of Europe, Evening primrose flowers bloom at dusk or in cloudy conditions. They … Continue reading Evening primrose oil for healthy skin, hair and hormones

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How to treat dark circles and puffy under-eyes!

Most of us have dark circles under our eyes at some point. Whether it's temporary because we slept badly or because of long-term allergies and irritation. The skin around our eyes is literally the thinnest on the body. It's only 0.5mm thick whereas the rest of the skin on your body is at least 2mm. … Continue reading How to treat dark circles and puffy under-eyes!

Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? Fuller’s Earth or Multani Mitti

Disclaimer: This page uses affiliate links Fuller's Earth Clay: Also known as Multani Mitti. It is thought to have originated in Multan, Pakistan. The name means "mud from Multan". It contains the minerals magnesium, quarts, silica, iron, calcium, calcite and dolomite. It is formed when volcanic ash decomposes over time. How does it work?  Like … Continue reading Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? Fuller’s Earth or Multani Mitti

Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? French Green Clay

Disclaimer: This article contains affiliate links French Green Clay / Illite Clay / Sea Clay French Green Clay is a light green, very fine clay that is collected in areas of France, areas of Europe, the United States and China. Known for its detoxifying properties and skin care benefits, French clay is composed of a … Continue reading Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? French Green Clay

Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? Rhassoul / Ghassoul Clay

Disclaimer: This article contains affiliate links Rhassoul Clay / Ghassoul Clay Mined in the Atlas mountains of Morocco. Rhassoul clay is rich in minerals like silica, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and lithium. Rhassoul clay is gentle and doesn't dry the skin excessively like some of the other clays. It can be used by people with … Continue reading Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? Rhassoul / Ghassoul Clay

Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them! Rose Clay

Disclaimer: This article contains affiliate links Rose Clay Rose clay is a type of kaolin clay mined in Brazil, France, the UK, Germany, India and Australia. It is a fine pink clay that contains silica, calcium, iron and magnesium. How does Rose Clay work? Rose Clay is great for sensitive skin because of its fine … Continue reading Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them! Rose Clay

Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? Bentonite Clay

Disclaimer: This post uses affiliate links Clay masks are all the rage at the moment. You can buy little sachets of goo to smear on acne, dull skin, oily skin or wrinkles! You can also buy the clay powders and make up your own masks with the ingredients in your kitchen! Clays have been used … Continue reading Clay masks: What are they? Why are they so popular and how to use them? Bentonite Clay