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.
Chestnut season is here and there are stands around every corner, selling roasted chestnuts. I don’t know about you, but I love the smell of roasted chestnuts; it reminds me of scarves, mulled wine and crisp clear nights. Yes, daydreaming a bit, but I decided to dedicate this post chestnut skin and hair benefits and to find out if there are any at all.
Hello, pretties! As some of you may recall, I won a contest last month which basically meant that I was able to renew my pantry in terms of oils, essential oils, butters, and rosewater. All things necessary for new DIY projects. And, because I haven’t really used rosewater up till now, I decided to dedicate it a post and inform you and myself about the rosewater benefits and uses.
Autumn is here! Yes, I love autumn too. Well, you could say that I’m a seasons girl; I like every one of them as they come. So currently, fall is my favourite! I just love the smell of spices, pumpkin soups and crunchy leaves under my boots. That’s why I’ve gathered a list of five recipes you can make to cosy up your home and bring the autumn feeling inside. Because you (sorry, I meant me) cannot get enough of autumn. At all. No way!
It’s been a long week so this morning looked like a great start to open up a box of goodies I got the other day in the mail (DIY skincare ingredients). And so I made a soothing spirulina face mask to ease my way into Friday and the upcoming hectic weekend that’s still ahead. Why the green powder? Because spirulina skin benefits are amazing and because I had it lying around. I love an antioxidant kick every now and again.
Chia seed popularity took off in Europe only in the late 90s’ but for a lot of us (me included) living without the tiny seeds nowadays seems unimaginable. Even though most of us consider chia as a kitchen staple and a must-have, its’ use has managed to spread well beyond that. Chia seed oil is on the rise this time and in this post, we’ll have a look at the seeds, the benefits and different uses of chia for different preferences and needs.
Wild morning, pretties! Autumn is here and what can be better than drinking a relaxing tea in the chilly evening? Chamomile is one of the oldest plants in the world and one of the healthiest there are. Also known as a flower of sun, we’re all familiar with the plant of small white and yellow blossoms, that have a tranquil yet aromatic fragrance.
Wild morning to you! Experimenting is always a fun pastime especially when it’s too hot to go outside. I’ve made my own tanning oil (that could serve as a mild sunscreen) and I prepared a list of natural oils with SPF levels that can serve as ingredients for a homemade sunscreen. Do natural oils contain an SPF level high enough to protect our skin sufficiently? Can natural oils substitute your usual sunscreen?
Wild morning, pretties! Dry brushing is on the rise and I figured it would be a high time to try it. Do you have a brush? Do you have 5 minutes a day for yourself? Yes, it’s just that simple. And it makes my skin soft, toned, and it even reduces cellulite! I challenge you to try dry brushing; you won’t regret it!