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  • Looking after hardworking hands

    Our hands carry us through life. They cook, they clean, they write our to-do lists, they're exposed to the elements, and don't get the love and care that they deserve.  Let's give a big 'thank you' to our hardworking hands, read on for the practical tips to keep them healthy, nourished and apprec...
  • What to Expect at a Natural Skincare Workshop

    When we tell you our skincare is 100% natural & vegan friendly, don't just take our word for it, come and see for yourself!  Our Natural Skincare Workshops were created for the go-getters who want to do a little something different on their weekend, educate themselves on the in's and out's o...
  • The Best Essential Oils For Soy Candles

    There is nothing better than sitting at home and relaxing with some beautiful candles around the home. There is something so delightful in watching a peaceful flame in the living room or beside your bath that makes things feel cosy and warm. 

    But one slightly better thing is scented candles with essential oils. Not only do they smell divine, but they can also provide you with aromatherapy benefits that you may not be aware of. These are some of our favourite aromatherapy scented candles and their benefits.

  • How To Measure Essential Oils - The Right Way

    Essential oils have lots of amazing benefits for your skin, emotional well-being and general health. And recently they became a regular in natural health stores, pharmacies and spa salons, making it very easy for anyone to start using them. However, it seems that education about how to use essential oils safely still needs more work.
  • Essential Oils for the Mind

    Why essential oils are better than many drugs, how they work and which ones to use for fatigue, feeling blue, anxious or help with sleep.
  • Dragon’s Blood – A Thousand-Year-Old Skin Remedy

    Unsurprisingly, there are no winged reptiles involved with dragon’s blood. Also called Sangre de Drago, dragon’s blood is a resin, sap, extracted from a tree indigenous to South America – Croton lechleri.