Honestly, who doesn’t like painted nails? It’s one of those things that can express your mood or add a finishing touch to your outfit. Yes, I love nail polish. But the usual (from the drugstore) nail polish remover has a violent acetone smell and it makes my nails fragile and dry. That’s why I’m very happy to tell you the nightmare’s over because I’ve discovered Fresh Therapies natural nail polish remover and it’s a keeper.
Wild morning to you. I used to be one of those people who would walk around with a thick layer of white SPF lotion all over my face, my shoulders and my ears (yes, I hate burnt ears). Then I turned into a person who ditched SPFs altogether, because I heard they are more harmful than beneficial. What about you? How important is SPF to you? And how safe is your sun protection care? Here is a short guide on SPF, what to consider when buying one and the ingredients to avoid.
Wild plants Native Americans used were many and diverse. Native Americans had a great respect for the Nature and the wild plants they included in their everyday life served either as a nutritional source of food, as a skin or a hair product. Sore throat? Dry skin? Simple cold? They had it covered. There are many wild plants Native Americans knew of that have been gaining popularity either in the beauty industry or in the superfood department only in the past few years. Herbal medicine is quite old and the beneficial attributes of the wild plants are incredible. Have a look at the top 10 wild plants Native American used, their health and beauty benefits and maybe you get an inspiration too!
Wild morning to you! Luminous lanterns made out of recycled old tin cans? Let’s get to it! I’ve been in a serious DIY mood for the whole week already (if not more), so I’m presenting to you another project: a DIY guide on how to recycle tin cans. It’s as useful as the usefulness goes since it combines recycling, creativity, and home-improvement all in one.
Green gold aka avocados are something to consider when you’re thinking of a healthy and natural extensive care for your body. While it is popular to include avocado in your regular skin and hair care, it can do wonders in terms of health and skin complexion also when eating it. Rich in fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamins, avocado health benefits just don’t stop there. Its history goes well beyond into the ancient times of the Aztecs with healing, hydrating and nourishing. I t has been considered one of nature’s healthies foods and it hasn’t been called green gold for no reason.