There are many benefits to starting your day with a healthy dose of greens. Some include increased energy, less stress, deeper sleep, better digestion, clearer skin and improved circulation.
The reason behind this? When you put cleansing greens into your body that are easy on your digestive system, your body doesn't have to work hard digesting them and can use more energy on getting harmful tox... ››› more
The seasons are changing and you know what that means: It's time to give that exquisite epidermis of yours a much-needed makeover!
If you aren't a fan of slathering all sorts of chemical-laden products over your skin to achieve a refreshed, renewed complexion, not to worry - you can use your favourite foods instead.
That's right - by using your favourite foods au naturel on your skin, you'll... ››› more
I love treating my skin with all-natural, homemade cleansers and toners. This rosewater and kombucha toners is one of my favourites! It's so refreshing, and leaves your skin looking and feeling fabulous.
Rosewater is commonly used in Turkish, Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine (think absolutely scrumptious baklava!). Therefore, you'll be able to find bottles of rosewater at Mediterranean grocers.... ››› more
Mangoes are one of the most delicious tropical fruits out there. Not only are they delicious to eat raw or enjoy in smoothies, they work wonders for skin too!
Whether you have extra left over from a recipe, or buy a mango that gets a little too-ripe before you get a chance to eat it, you can use some of this fruit on your face. It might seem crazy, but it's a great way to go!
Why mangoes are... ››› more
Dry skin and damaged hair. We've all been there… Am I right? Products, blow dryers and weather all take it out on your skin and hair. And that's where my quick and easy honey and coconut oil masks comes in!
This all-natural mask is perfect for repairing and replenishing dry skin and hair. The best part is that it only calls for two simple ingredients: Raw honey and coconut oil! Here's how to ... ››› more
Ever since I decided to green my skincare routine, I've been noticing major differences in my skin. It seems to be clearer, smoother and better hydrated. Plus, my pores appear to be smaller!
One of my favourite natural skincare treatments that I use on the regular is the much-loved honey and yoghurt face mask. I've tweaked this recipe a few times to make it perfectly suited to my skin type (nor... ››› more
Dull or dark skin is usually a result of too much sun exposure, environmental pollution, poor lifestyle choices, stress, or prolonged use of chemical-based cosmetics.
Many of us work hard to achieve fair and flawless skin. The market's flooded with skin-lightening lotions and potions. But most of these products are brimming with harmful chemicals that can ultimately damage your skin! Oftentime... ››› more
For the past six months, I've been using honey on my skin in homemade face masks. My face has really loved it! The purpose of using honey in my skincare regime is to cleanse my face of impurities and make-up residue without stripping it of its natural oils. It works really well as a deep cleanser! Also, honey is super nourishing and offers lightening benefits.
For the past six months, I've bee... ››› more
Do you have marks or scars from pimples? Then I've got the perfect solution for you! This fantastic, super-effective chlorella face mask will help firm and tone skin that's in need of some TLC.
Clinical tests show that a cream containing chlorella at 1% increases skin's firmness and tone. So, it's an ideal superfood to smear over your face! The iron, manganese and vitamins B6 and B12 will help ... ››› more
I'm all up for natural beauty masks, and more often than not, I'll treat myself to a lovely homemade face mask made with fresh fruits. I always feel like I'm doing my skin a ton of good when I choose to do a natural mask over chemical face washes and cleansers.
Yesterday, I made a kiwi face mask, and I'm going to take you through the steps I followed. This mask will gently exfoliate, nourish an... ››› more
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