This smooth, brightly floral scented deodorant is just lovely. It melts into the skin quickly and beautifully, leaving you ready to tackle your days stink-free. Because it doesn’t contain any wax it melts to a thin liquid when massaged into the skin, meaning it absorbs almost instantly and won’t gum up your clothes.
Maria sent in a request for this lovely essential oil powered pillow mist, and I just loved the sound of it. The original was designed to help prevent breakouts caused by a dirty pillowcase, but with its lovely blend of essential oils, it’ll also help lull you into a citrus-scented sleep in no time.
This pretty coral lip balm brings a pretty pop of colour and a hint of shimmer to an already awesome tube of lip balm. It’s fun to make and easily tweaked to your preferred shade of coral and level of colour and shimmer—I like it a lot.
Posted in Lip Balm
Tagged balm, beeswax, butter, cocoa, cocoa butter, coconut, coconut oil, essential oils, mica, peppermint, recipe
After years of DIYing, I’ve got a pretty good cache of acne-fighting ingredients. From clays to herbs to essential oils, my basement cupboards are a veritable arsenal of zit-busting weaponry, and these bars of soap have it all. They’re designed to clobber zits and stop acne before it starts. They’re also pretty groovy looking.
Posted in Anti-Acne, Bar Soap
Tagged activated charcoal, aloe vera, butter, clay, coconut, food, french green clay, instructions, lavender, mask, mica, oxide, peppermint, recipe, seabuckthorn oil, shea butter, skin, soap, tea, tea tree oil
This milky facial oil is pretty much the opposite of my Argan bronzer. While the bronzer is designed to impart a summery glow, this serum lightens and brightens the complexion, smoothing out imperfections and giving you that Downton Abbey complexion I’m so in love with these days.
Posted in Face, Face
Tagged argan oi, argan oil, butter, cupuacu butter, face, mango, mica, sericite mica, skin, titanium dioxide