Wheatgrass is the greenest green stuff you will ever put in or on your body. The first time I tried it I was not convinced. It looked and smelled weird and I was even less sure about the grassy/composty taste. I've been taking it daily for about a month and it definitely has loads of … Continue reading How to use Wheatgrass for gorgeous skin and hair!
Most of us would love to have smooth, wrinkle-free skin, long eyelashes and a mane of thick shiny hair! Well, everybody, meet castor oil! Yes, we've heard of this stuff. It smells weird and people use it for constipation...right? Did you know that it is full of essential fatty acids that will nourish your skin … Continue reading 10 Simple Beauty Uses for Castor Oil
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
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
Rooibos tea contains 50 times the antioxidants of green tea and is rich in Vitamin C. The main antioxidant is Superoxide dismutase. It neutralises free radicals and aids in the production of healthy skin cells. It's a wrinkle fighter in a cup.
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.
Fennel is a member of the parsley family and is native to southern Europe, more specifically the Mediterranean. Fennel tastes a little like liquorice and is widely used in food and medicine. Because of it's anti-inflammatory and soothing properties it is widely used to soothe digestive discomfort. Fennel can also be used as a beauty … Continue reading Are you a spicy beauty #5: The beauty benefits of fennel seeds