Go forth… and stop those allergens from multiplying!
1. Thou shalt avoid fabric-covered furniture.
Leather, vinyl or synthetic suede are the best choice for allergy sufferers.
Think essential oils should stay in the medicine cabinet? Think again! From germ-laden waiting rooms to scraped knees at the footy our busy lives create ample opportunities to use the wonderful, natural properties of essential oils.– especially when they’re in a convenient spray format. Try these tips next time you’re out and about…
What’s big, green and wheelie, wheelie smelly? Yes, it’s the dreaded wheelie bin. And in warmer months, the aroma can go into overdrive.
Essential oils – literally, the essences of plants - have been widely used in health and wellbeing for centuries. The Egyptians used them in everything from beauty treatments to food preparation, while Roman Bath-houses were filled with fragrant oils (often used to disguise a lack of personal hygiene!)
Plant oils have long been used as medicines, too, and the impacts of their complex compounds on the mind and body are still being studied to this day.
It's well and truly summer now and most of us have shed our winter woollens for lighter, cooler clothing. But before relegating that cashmere cardigan or mohair blanket to the back of the cupboard, why not consider storing them instead?
Even if you’re not a fan of ‘short shorts’, with temperatures rising everyone usually flashes a little bit more skin in summer - and for many of us that means a wax is in order. Whether you go to a beautician’s or DIY at home, a few top tips and “essential” natural ingredients can help your skin stay smoother for longer.