We have a superb fun way for you to incorporate beetroot into your everyday diet. This simple smoothie recipe is an energy booster and it takes less than ten minutes to prepare using the...
Carrots are regarded as the 'herbal healer' of skin diseases as they promote the repair of skin tissue. Carrot juice is a valuable source of Vitamin A, which is a major vitamin for skin...
Frankincense, a highly fragrant resin collected from Boswellia trees, was reputedly one of the gifts presented to the presented to the infant Jesus by the three wise men.
Frankincense trees grows native to arid regions...
What is freeze dried? Freeze dried food is placed in a refrigerated vacuum, where, without thawing, it is dehydrated — ice disappears in the form of escaping water vapor. Cell structure remains intact, which results...
Best For:Bouquets and arrangements
Native to:Fall (Japanese) to spring (Wood or De Caen)
In Nigeria we sometimes call them fillers , they are added to Roses to make the bouquet full
Best For: Filler in bouquets,...
Not only do you feel extra cleansed and fresh, it calms you nerves from daily stress, while leaving your skin bacterial free, drying up those acnes and black heads
WHAT YOU NEED
20 ML LAVENDER HYDROSOL
BITTER KOLA & HONEY to the rescue
BITTER KOLA: a powerful anti-bacterial, detoxification and cleansing properties, the chemical Saponin in bitter kola is responsible for its cleansing effect.
Raw honey has been shown to be as effective...
Essential oils are the volatile oils extracted from botanical matter
through steam distillation or hydro-steam distillation. Cold Pressed
citrus oils are also generally categorized as essential oils too, even
though those are technically " expressed oils "...
Firstly to determine which type of cinnamon stick you’re purchasing, look at the texture; ceylon cinnamon has a thinner, more brittle bark than cassia cinnamon does.
CEYLON is soft CASSIA come hard
Ceylon and cassia cinnamons...
The ingredient lists on many skin sprays (you may know them as toners, essences or face mists) are packed with unpronounceable ingredients no one without a lab coat would recognize. But have you heard...