In the first post, we took a look at how and why you should check in with your skin from time to time. It helps you to spot any changes or problems early which in turn lets you do something about them sooner rather than later. Sometimes our skin issues are due to good old … Continue reading Have you inspected your face lately? Part Two: What now?
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
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.
Aloe Vera is well known as a treatment for sunburn but it can also be used to treat eczema, dandruff and even acne. Aloe is now found in many drugstore products including moisturisers for sensitive skin, shampoos for dandruff and many anti-aging products. You can keep it in a pot in your house and snip little … Continue reading The beauty benefits of Aloe Vera – A natural treatment for sunburn, acne, pigmentation and much more
We take water for granted. So much so that we don't drink it. Only two out of five people drink the recommended 8 glasses of water a day. Our brains and blood are mostly water, we need water to regulate our body temperature and even to breathe! We all know what it's like to be … Continue reading Water for your health and Beauty: Why you really need it
Green tea originated in China thousands of years ago. It has many health benefits including the treatment of heart ailments, brain health and even weight loss.
Looking and feeling good doesn't have to be a complicated process. Here are a few common sense rules that will help you on your way. Rule 1: Less is More Don't pile on your beauty products. If you use multiple products, use thin layers. After cleansing: use treatment products first then serums and essences, then … Continue reading 15 Common sense beauty “rules” for everyday fabulousness…