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Herbs to hep your Coughs & Colds

Some of you are still suffering with COUGHS, COLDS & FLU, so I thought I'd do a post on some KEY HERBS to HELP COMBAT A FEVER, REDUCE CATARRH/INFLAMMATION & HELP BOOST A NATURAL IMMUNITY.

EUCALYPTUS - From the Native Australian Tree, Euca...lyptus is renowned for it's ANTIBACTERIAL, DECONGESTANT and IMMUNE BOOSTING properties. Use for coughs, colds, flu, catarrh, sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma and throat infections. Use as a salve on your chest, nose and/or feet, or add to hot water and steam & inhale to clear your airways and kill the germs.

Why Do We CLEANSE?

Let's talk aboutWHYwe cleanse/wash our faces...

*To remove make - up
*To remove excess oil and impurities from your skin
*To CLEAN your skin
*To remove bacteria
*To help improve your skin's radiance
*To allow skin to breathe
*To prepare your skin for the next steps (toning, moisturising, exfoliating)

Cleansing is theLEAST EXPENSIVE, MOST EFFECTIVEway of maintainingHEALTHY SKIN!

It is important toremove dirt, grime, excess oil and bacteriafrom your skin (morning and evening), otherwise resulting in

Organic Beauty - Chemical Ingredients

In honour of Organic September and Organic Beauty Week last week, I have decided to inform you of some of the chemical ingredients to avoid in your beauty products.

10 CHEMICAL INGREDIENTS TO AVOID, AND WHY.

1. PARABENS - Propyl, methyl, butyl or ethyl-Parabens are cheap preservatives that are used to stop fungus, bacteria and other microbes from growing in your products even though they are known to be highly toxic! Evidence suggest...s they have been linked to hormonal imbalances and could even become carcinogenic.

The Importance of Exfoliating

The Importance of Exfoliating

What is Exfoliating?
Exfoliating is removing dead skin cells from the skin's surface. As we get older, the process of cell regeneration slows down, meaning that the body is slower to shed dead skin cells and generate new ones. When old skin cells start to pile up on the surface of the skin it can leave it looking dull and feeling rough or dry.

What is the importance of exfoliating?
You may be cleansing and moisturising to your heart's content, but without exfoliating the whole process is pretty pointless.