7 Hair Rinses You Can Do At Home

It’s so easy to help your hair to shine without using nasty chemicals. Try these easy rinses next time you shampoo your hair. Catnip: For a quick dandruff cure, brew a strong tea of dried catnip leaves and boiling water and massage into your scalp after shampooing. Rinse well with cool water. Calendula petals: To brighten blonde hair, pour 1 cup boiling water over 1⁄4 cup of calendula petals; let cool. Use as a final rinse post-shampoo. …

 

 

What Natural Skin Care Ingredients Are Most Effective

This weeks guest blogger is beauty and lifestyle writer Sophia Smith, this article looks at which natural skin care ingredients are the most effective. We’ve come a long way in learning to distinguish among the many harmful and undesirable ingredients commonly found on our beauty bottles. We’ve heard about the dangers of parabens, silicone, and other chemicals that can wreak havoc on our skin health, so we now know to steer clear of those particular elements. But …

 

 

DIY Magnesium Body Butter

Do you suffer from magnesium deficiency? There are many different symptoms as magnesium deficiency can contribute to an array of health conditions. Signs to look out for are muscle cramps, restless legs, low energy levels, poor sleep, and anxiety. These can be early indicators of a deficiency (if you’d like to know for certain, a naturopath or doctor can send you for a blood test to check if you’re deficient). An easy way to get more magnesium is by using …

 

 

DIY Static Taming Hair Spritz

Winter is almost here and so is static hair. As the weather cools down, the lack of moisture in the air creates more static for your hair. Having the heating on in your house and pulling woolly jumpers over your head can further add to the problem. Using plastic fibre brushes and over doing it with your curling, straightening and drying appliances can create a wave of dry floating strands. If you are still having trouble with …

 

 

Radiant Skin Body Scrub

Did you know that our skin is the largest organ in our body? Give it some TLC and exfoliate once a week with this hydrating lightly scented scrub that will leave your skin glowing and radiant. This scrub is made with one of nature’s gentlest exfoliators: oatmeal. Oatmeal is great at getting rid of dead skin cells and is also very soothing and healing for troubled skin. Another great exfoliator is sea salt which is rich …