Daffodils peeking through, colourful tulips brightening our days and a carpet of blossom under the trees. We love spring! After a winter of using spicy scented essential oils such as cinnamon and frankincense, we are ready to switch it up and bring the fresh spring scents back into our home. Think lemon, rosemary, juniper and bergamot.
Looking for a natural face cleanser? We've got you covered with this simple recipe. All you need is 5 ingredients!
This DIY face cleanser recipe is gentle, so it should work well on sensitive skin. It won't remove all of the oils from your skin like some other cleanser recipes.
You know how it is, one minute you're browsing the web for natural ingredients or DIY skincare recipes, and the next you're diving down an internet rabbit hole reading all these claims for how various wonder ingredients can cure all!
There are some interesting ideas floating around, and we’d like to explore some of those in more depth and see if there is any evidence or science behind them. Come with us as we dive down the rabbit hole and discover more…
Have you been feeling a bit sluggish and can't seem to find your best self recently? Struggling to break out of the daily grind?
We've used our years of experience with essential oils, recommendations from aromatherapists, and scientific evidence to bring you the best essential oils to boost your mood.
Let's dive right in to discover the mood boosting properties of essential oils.
Baby powder is familiar to many parents. It has been used for babies and adults alike for over a hundred years. However, it has been in the headlines recently due to safety concerns around its main ingredient: Talc.
However, it is simple to make yourself at home, using ingredients you know and trust. Avoid the controversy and give it a go today!
Looking for a natural way to cleanse your face? A cleansing balm could be just what you need.
Some luxury brands are selling 100ml for over £40. You can make it yourself at home for much less. Follow our simple recipe and you can produce your own bars for £12 each.
Lots of soap makers like to avoid palm oil when making soap. Sometimes it is difficult to find a recipe that works well because palm oil is such a good soap making oil.
However, we've made use of our soap making expertise and produced a great palm free cold process soap recipe.
Read on to find out more!
Want to make your bathroom feel like a luxury spa? Salt soap is often sold for high prices but it is easy to make yourself at home with our pink Himalayan salt soap recipe! The pink salt creates a beautiful, exfoliating bar of soap and the salt is packed with minerals that do wonders for your skin.
If you love a foamy, creamy soap then this one is for you! The sugar content of the honey really boosts the lather and the oats produce a lovely creaminess along with a soft exfoliating action.
A gentle soap that doesn’t dry out your skin and packed full of moisturising natural oils and butters to give your skin a hydration boost. We’ve added some essential oils to our honey and oat soap recipe but feel free to leave them out for a more pure aroma.