We know about useful qualities of carrot since ancient times. It contains a lot of glucose, salt of potassium, cobalt, iron, copper, iodine. Carrot is valued highly because of its provitamin A (carotene). But it also it has many other vitamins like C, D, K, E and vitamins of group B.
Oil rinsing is a process whereby you apply a great deal of oil to your hair, leave it in for some time then rinse out with hot water followed by cool water. This has been a popular hair practice for some time. It is recommended for alleviating the more common hair woes such as dry, frizzy, dull, and prone to tangling tresses.
To make your very own simple perfume at home isn’t difficult, in fact you may already have some of the ingredients available right now.
Oatmeal in skin care products has been around as long as I can remember and I will say that I am now over 50 years old. As a teenager I recall using facial masks and bath and body products that contained oatmeal. I loved oatmeal skin care products then, and to this day I still use oatmeal in my skin care routine. The only difference now is that I make my own oatmeal scrubs and masks and will soon try my hand at making some oatmeal bar soaps.
Hair dye is coming under more and more scrutiny, due to the toxic nature of some of the chemicals used. While these dyes can do wonders for how you look, there are some natural methods that might work as well without the toxicity problem.
Split ends occur when the hair strand “fractures” on the end. Split ends in the hair are the most common hair problem that every woman faces.
The skin’s functions are many, as we have discussed in other, previous articles, and it’s health is not just dependent upon good quality natural skin care products, although they do help considerably.
This honey facial steam opens the pores while balancing the ph level of the skin. The lavender and honey cleans the skin while adding anti-oxidants.