Hello! Olive tree harvesting has begun a few weeks ago and the smell of freshly pressed olive oil is indeed all around the countryside. And because I’m all about homegrown olive trees with handpicked and fresh olive oil, I decided to explore the olive oil skin and hair benefits since I normally just use it in the kitchen. Below you can find a homemade olive oil body scrub recipe.
You know the feeling after a long day you’ve spent on your feet and you just want to use a magic potion so that they stop aching? Well, I’ve prepared something for those days, a bath actually, a quick one you’ll want to repeat over and over (I love it!): a homemade sea salt bath for feet when they feel tired and worn out.
Good morning! Winter stated biting my nose and tips of my fingers, so I figured it would be high time for some homemade winter skincare. And so I made a nutritious and delicious whipped body butter which is the easiest thing ever, if you bother to take thirty minutes for yourself to make it.
Wild morning to you, pretties! Red, purple-ish and festive is this month’s plant that I wish to present to you. Known as red forest gold in Sweden, cranberries are all that nature has to offer in terms of healing and miracles. With enormous amounts of positive cranberry health benefits, you will want to include these small berries in your pantry. Have I mentioned cranberry skin and hair benefits?
Wild morning, beauties! It’s autumn and you all know how much I’ve been rambling on and on about how pretty the leaves are, how chilly it is, how I love my green tea. Okay, I decided to take a step back and stop, because it’s getting annoying. Anyways, I will mention the world autumn again, but only in a proper context, I promise. It’s time I focus on autumn skin and hair care. This time: shea butter for damaged hair and itchy scalp.