This is the third in a series of articles on how you can use the herbs and spices in your kitchen as part of your skincare routine. Cultivated for over 3500 years, saffron has been used to treat colds, coughs, stomach issues, urinary problems, insomnia, flatulence, and even heart trouble. The Greeks sailed all over the world … Continue reading Are you a spicy beauty? How to use saffron as a beauty treatment!
Turmeric This is the second instalment in the series of posts about the beauty benefits of the herbs and spices in your kitchen and how you can use them as beauty treatments. Most people think of bright yellow turmeric as the spice that gives rice and curries their distinctive colour but there is a lot … Continue reading Are you a spicy beauty? How to use Turmeric as a beauty treatment!
This is the first in a series of posts on how you can use herbs and spices from the supermarket in your beauty routine. Today, we discuss cinnamon!
We all love a spa day. Getting pampered and scrubbed. You leave the place all shiny and soft..smelling vaguely of essential oils and rose water...your credit card still reeling... Here are a few tips and recipes to create those spa results from the comfort of your own home without the associated credit card melt-down!
It's the week before payday, you've already spent a ridiculous amount of money on cosmetics this month, BUT...your skin looks dull and unhappy and you can see the beginnings of a monstrous spot...WHAT DO YOU DO?
Not just that weird bag of stuff your gran kept under the sink for slugs... Epsom salts aren't really salt. It's actually Magnesium Sulfate. It comes from a bitter saline spring in a place called Epsom in Surrey, England. Magnesium and sulfate are readily absorbed through the skin so you get the direct benefits instantly. … Continue reading The Beauty Benefits of Epsom Salts