different ways to use diatomaceous earth

Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth, also known as kieselgur/kieselguhr, is usually found in a fine powder form and is made up of fossilized remains of aquatic organisms called diatoms. Their tiny skeletons are made of a natural substance called silica. Silica is a very important trace mineral that plays a big role in hair, skin &… Continue reading different ways to use diatomaceous earth

the magic of neem oil

Neem oil comes from the fruits and seed of the neem tree, also known as Azadirachta Indica, and often referred to as The Tree of Life. Neem oil contains several components like vitamin E, nimbidin, carotenoids, linoleic acid, oleic acid, vitamin C, quercetin and the main compound azadirachtin, which is one of the most natural… Continue reading the magic of neem oil

everything you need to know about rose water

Rose water comes from the Rosa damascene, a species of the Rosaceae plant. The plant contains several components like terpenes, glycosides, flavonoids and anthocyanins that have beneficial effects on health and beauty. Rose water also contains various vitamins including A, C, E, & B How it benefits your skin & hair -It balances your skins PH level (balanced skin… Continue reading everything you need to know about rose water

let’s talk about tea tree oil

Tea tree oil, also known as Melaleuca alternifolia, is an Australian native plant most recognized for its powerful antiseptic properties. Oil from the tea tree plant contains many active healing compounds, including terpinen-4-ol, limonene, cineole, linalool and more. Terpinen-4-ol in particular is proven to destroy bacteria, viruses and fungi which make tea tree oil a… Continue reading let’s talk about tea tree oil

the many uses of bentonite clay

Bentonite clay, also known as Montmorillonite, is a very popular healing clay that cleanses the body both internally and externally. This clay is very dense in minerals such as iron, sodium, calcium, potassium and magnesium, and formed from volcanic ash. When mixed with water it produces a negative electric charge that removes toxins. I was introduced… Continue reading the many uses of bentonite clay

blackstrap molasses for skin and hair health?

  Blackstrap molasses, also known as black treacle, is so much more than just another sugar syrup. I'll never forget this woman I met who's skin was GLOWING like nothing I had ever seen before. When she spoke to me I couldn't stop staring at how beautiful her skin was. When that became the topic… Continue reading blackstrap molasses for skin and hair health?