DIY Face Rejuvenating Creams

Today in the beauty industry, it seems that all the focus is on good skincare to achieve a natural glow that does not need any makeup. But with eco-consciousness finally gaining momentum too, simply choosing our skincare products based on their promises does not cut it. Some people avoid certain ingredients because their skin is sensitive to such things, while others want to contribute to protecting the environment by going cruelty-free. It is no surprise …

 

 

How To Use Essential Oils Throughout The Home

This week our guest blogger is Lilly Willliams from Busy Bee Blog. “Essential oils may be great for aromatherapy, but can they really be used to help clean your home? Lemon, tea tree, rosemary, lavender, and peppermint essential oils are all naturally antibacterial, whereas many more, like orange, pine, and eucalyptus, are often major ingredients in natural and not so natural cleaning products. For me, the initial purchase of essential oils was absolutely worth it; only …

 

 

DIY Winter Blend Reed Oil Diffuser

Give yourself a boost with this uplifting blend of essential oils; perfect for the winter months. Patchouli, Cinnamon, Sweet Orange, Clove and Ylang Ylang are the perfect blend to warm the senses on a chilly winters day. Snuggle up by the fire with a hot cup of cocoa and unwind with this divine aroma wafting through the room. Why spend up to $50.00 for a toxin filled fragranced diffuser when you can make your own with pure …

 

 

Best Essential Oils For The Kitchen

A busy kitchen needs to be kept clean, but it doesn’t need superbug killing power, because by necessity you are wiping and washing several times a day. Essential oils are a kitchen’s best friend – not only do they smell amazing but they also have great germ-busting power. The main functions for any kitchen cleaner are not only to clean but also to fight bacteria and leave a pleasant smell. You’ll find many of the …

 

 

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 …