Geranium oil is one of the most popular essential oils. It comes from a perennial shrub called geranium. The shrub has small, pink flowers and pointy leaves. The geranium plant is native to South Africa and is famous for its medicinal use since the times of Hottentots and Zulus of South Africa. In 1897, a …
Borage or Borago officinalis hails from the flowering plant family Boraginaceae. Also known as starflower, it is native to eastern Mediterranean region. This annual plant has edible leaves, and it is grown for this purpose in many parts of Europe, North America, Asia, and Great Britain. For hundreds of years, borage has been popular among …
What is almond oil? Almond oil is an extract from the edible seeds – almonds – of the Prunus dulcis tree. This tree originates from Southwest Asia and the Middle East reaching as far as the Indus River of Pakistan. Despite being considered as a nut, almond is actually a drupe. It is a seed …
[INFOGRAPHIC] From farm to table, from culinary to cosmetic use, we have summarized the importance of Olive Oil and it’s benefits to you, especially for your skin and health!
Olive oil, a well-known Mediterranean produce, enhances not only the culinary palette, but it also proves to be beneficial for your overall health! Find out what benefits are there with Olive Oil and how it works for you.
[INFOGRAPHIC] Rose Oil and Rose Water can be used differently, but what kind of benefits will you get from using them? One of them is rose’s antibacterial effects, perfect for keeping acne at bay!
[INFOGRAPHIC] Botanical oils are highly beneficial for achieving healthy skin, keeping skin problems at bay, and even invigorate your senses! Find out which oils work best for you.
[INFOGRAPHIC] It’s time you get to know what in it for you when using your favourite lip colour – after all your lips are the closest thing to you consuming anything!
Does your skincare reflect whatever its label is stating? Do you know what all those numbers and claims actually mean? We have broken it down in to sections for you to understand your skincare choices better.
Often hailed as the “Queen of Roses”, Rosa damascena has been used for centuries in skincare and other products. Roses have long been a symbol of love and beauty, and are constantly sought after for their beneficial uses.
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[INFOGRAPHIC] Ostrich and Emu oil has been used in the personal care and skincare industry for a while now, but why do we use them?
[INFOGRAPHIC] Our favourite calming tea has more benefits than just giving you a good night’s sleep. Tackling skin problems should be its new superpowers!
The skin forms the largest organ of the body. It performs many important functions including protecting the body from trauma, regulating body temperature, maintaining electrolyte and water balance, sensing pleasant and painful stimuli and synthesizing Vitamin D.
[INFOGRAPHIC] All the benefits & information of green tea in a simple-to-read guide! Get your antioxidants in now 🙂
Drink it, apply it, mix it – there are many uses to the plant family of Chamomile. Highly regarded for it’s calming properties, Chamomile is beneficial for not only your skin health.
[INFOGRAPHIC] There are various types of alcohol found to be used in skincare, and not all are harmful to you. Find out here!
As the saying goes, “All that glitters is not gold”. What are we actually using? Are our skincare products really as ‘healthy’ and ’natural’ as guaranteed?
You might not be familiar with ECGC, but that’s what you need to know when it comes to antioxidants in green tea – and how it helps with anti-aging effects!
The difference with ostriches and emus are their sizes. Also, they are found on different continents of the world, too. However they do have a similarity, where their oils are harvested for the benefit of skin health. How is that so?