My soaps are luxury items. They are gifts in themselves. Their wrapping is pretty enough that you could just give a bar to someone as it is and for it to look like a present, without the need for more wrapping paper or packaging.
Here’s a cautionary tale about hand creams. How they are not all equal. Some may smell amazing, some may be great value for money but when you look into it are they great value? Are they great for your skin? Read on to find out…
Psoriasis is a common, long-term chronic disease with no cure. It affects approximately 2% of the people in the UK and can start at any age. Most often though, it develops in adults under the age of 35. Often confused with eczema, it tends to go through similar cycles, with flare-ups occurring and then subsiding Read more about Natural skincare for sufferers of Psoriasis[…]
Rose oil and skincare have a history that goes back 5,000 years. Here’s why rose oil is so good for your skin and why so many of us love it.
I don’t get many chances to have a Self Care Sunday but this week I did manage to have a Self Care Saturday Sesh and it was fab. Let me tell you all about it!
Rosacea seems to be on the increase lately. If you’re suffering from it and want to learn a little more about it and what products you can use, read on!
Neroli essential oil has some incredible benefits for your skin. But it’s also great for uplifting your senses. The ultimate feel good oil.
Calendula is an incredible flower. Not only does it look amazing but it has incredible skin nurturing properties and has been used for centuries in both medicine and skincare. Here’s a bit more about it.
Lavender is a staple ingredient for both aromatherapy and wellbeing products and it’s really no wonder. When you hear how great it can be for you, you’ll naturally want to stock up on products that can naturally and positively look after your skin and general wellbeing
In this blog I will be talking about how the changing weather can affect our skin and how best to look after it, whatever age and skin type you are so we can sail through autumn looking our best and hit the ground running when winter and, dare I say, Christmas arrives.