The 7 steps to swap to a healthy hair Hair is dead but it has a life on its own. Hair attracts a mate, reduces toxin intake, protects your head from UV, detects insects and regulates temperature WOW not bad to be dead!
Hence is not only a beautiful decoration on our heads to makes us look more attractive and meaningful. Hair is a protein filament that grows from follicles found in the dermis, or skin. Consequently hair needs to be taken care from the inside and the outside.
I love the scent of spiced mulled cider in a cold winter, the blue Australian cypresses after the rain, and the summer breeze perfumed with rosemary & thyme in Provence hills (France). Perfumes, perfumes, perfumes.... This winter I show a very easy and smart way to perfume your home avoiding poisoning household air fresheners which cause lots of allergies and other nasties. This morning I went on the bloggosphere and found, thanks to my friend Luis, this beautiful way to perf
Traditionally oats are used to make porridge. This is a good thing, reduce asthma risk in children, decrease bad cholesterol levels, helps to lose weight increasing your appetite-control hormones and a long list of health benefits which comes from this super food. But what about from the cosmetic point of view? To be honest IT'S AMAZING! The use of oats in skin care dates back to around 2000 BC in Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula. In various forms (food, tea, baths), oats were
Today I want to share a recipe I found in a beautiful Spanish Blog for the making of a natural household cleaner. Who would like to be in direct contact with all these harmful, toxic and very polluting household cleanings instead of a really good scented and antibacterial natural cleaner made by oneself? Our house represents an extension of ourselves and thus we need to take care of it as we do with our body, mind and soul. Sooo let's make the Lemon&Rosemary Mist! This month
Rosmarinus officinalis, commonly known as rosemary, is a woody and fragrant herb, with needle-like leaves and beautiful white, pink, purple, or blue flowers. This herb is original to the Mediterranean region. The etymology of the name "rosemary" comes from the Latin word for "dew" Ros and the word for "from the sea" Marinus, therefore it would be "dew from the sea". Lovely, isn't it? The Ancients were well acquainted with the plant, which had a reputation for strengthening