Faking it!

Here’s a checklist for a start… If it’s clear no colour. Nearly all essential oils have a brown or yellow tinged colour. No ingredients listing on packaging, if not on the product then check the website. If not on either email the company and ask what the ingredients of their perfume is. If it’s on …

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On the Soap Box

Growing up my favourite soap was Pears translucent soap. And my favourite body moisturiser was Nice and Icy. Ha Ha, at this stage l had no idea about nasty chemicals & ingredients that company’s add to their products.You might not know the kinds of ingredients they use either. Pears soap, made by Unilever,  is touted …

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Green Washing

Greenwashing, also called “green sheen”, is a form of spin in which green PR or green marketing is deceptively used to promote the perception that an organization’s products, aims or policies are environmentally friendly and healthy for us humans. In 2009, over 2,219 products made green claims and 98% were guilty of greenwashing. Studies show …

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Relaxation slows down the heart rate thereby giving our hearts some rest which in turn avoids many heart risk factors like hypertension, stroke, and broken heart syndrome. Relaxation improves the skin by easing acne problems. Stress leads to skin breakouts and other skin related issues. Whereas if you relax the skin also relaxes and gets …

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Be Scentsible. Why your soap might smell to good to be true.

This week we purchased 20 litres of Organc Olive Oil from a family business in Victoria. This is to create our bathing soaps, shave soaps and soon we will make liquid soap. Our soaps are perfumed using only organic essential oils, blended by a very talented aromatherapist, l have worked with for nearly 2 decades. …

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