Three Things To Do with Rose Essential Oil

We love essential oils, and chances are that you do too. But with so many available, it can be hard to decide on a favorite. And they all seem to be ideal for different things. While it’s true that each essential oil has its specialties, one of the beautiful things about essential oils is that they’re actually very versatile; for example, they all have been shown to have antibacterial properties. Still, each oil will shine best for certain things, and Rose is no exception. Known as Queen of the Flowers and the crowning beauty of all things regal and delicate for skincare and aromatherapy, here are three things you can do with Rose essential oil where it really shines.

DIY Shea Butter and Argan Oil Hair Mask

Do you do anything special for your hair other than washing and perhaps conditioning it? It’s easy to overlook our hair and think as long as we wash it and brush it (if it’s long) that we don’t need to do anything more to it. But like your skin, your hair requires nutrients, protection and attention in order to be happy and at its best. One of the ways to give your hair the nutrients, protection and attention that it needs is to do regular hair masks. They’re like beneficial treatments that you can easily do at home while you get things done or lounge and relax. There are plenty available for purchase, or you can get crafty and make your own.

Autumn Shea Butter and Pumpkin Seed Oil Sugar Scrub

sugar scrubBody scrubs are divine! And when paired with a high quality moisturizer your skin ends up feeling wonderfully refreshed and cared for. But why use two products to achieve an end, when you can use just one? This is where our super easy, fun, fast and effective recipe for your very own body scrub comes in. 3 simple ingredients, minimal time and effort, and all the effects you hope for. It’s the perfect bath and body care staple as well as holiday gift.

What’s The Best Kind of Container To Store Your Shea Butter In?

When you buy Shea butter at the store or are shopping for it online you’ll see that different brands package their Shea butter in different ways. There’s everything from plastic tubs and re-sealable bags to glass jars and aluminum tins. And while there’s no one right kind of container or storage system to use for your Shea butter, there are definitely more ideal kinds. Following are some of our recommendations, do’s, don’ts, pros and cons for how, and in what, you store your Shea.

What sets our Stretch Mark Cream apart

To claim you have a one of a kind product in this day and age is to really say a lot. After all, it’s almost impossible that you’re the only one selling a certain kind of product. So what exactly makes a particular product in a less than empty marketplace stand apart from the crowd? What substantiates a truly authentic product guarantee, and what are the things to look out for when choosing what kind of skincare to buy? In the case of stretch mark creams, the answers to these questions are actually quite simple.

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