Organic Skincare Routine

Cleansing, exfoliating and moisturizing. One of the most important skincare habits for better skin is cleansing. Chemical free products is the only suitable option for many reasons. 1.Cleansing: Toner (ex Ethereal rose oil/rose water) is very good to start with. It has a contracting and cooling effect. If you sit in front of a computer…

DIY Delicious winter lip balm

If your lips are chapped or dry you should first of all remember to drink lots of water. Second of all there is no need to buy the most expensive lip balm in store to make sure it is organic, naturally produced or not tested on animals. Make your own! It’s easy and smart. Use…

Red Light Therapy Tanning Anti Age

This is worth trying if you have’nt got any results from your skin/derma roller. LED red light rejuvenates skin by stimulating fibroblasts to produce a little collagen and decrease the enzymes that break down collagen. How does it work: Through emitting red, low-light wavelengths through the skin, red light therapy helps naturally start the process…

Chemical free home

Eating Nearly produced and/or organic food is key, to avoid chemicals/pesticides. Try to make your food from ground, don’t fall for semi-finished food, and avoid E-numbers, colorants, sweeteners since some organic products contain that too. Home Cleaning I will not bore you with the facts about the chemicals in cleaning products and it’s impact on…

Face Peeling

* The key to look younger and healthier in your face is exfoliation (peeling). Use a homemade scrub to remove all dead skin cells. These dead skin cells  will otherwise clog your pores. Exfoliate 2-3 times per week. This will make the skin glow and the makeup will adhere so much better. * The health…

How to get rid of puffy eyes

The fastest way to get rid of puffy eyes is of course to put on a ton of make up and sunglasses! But wearing make up every day is not good, the skin needs to rest and sunglasses is maybe not the best accessory when it’s winter-dark outside. I’ve made some research and this is…

MTS Derma Skin Roller

What is it good for? Sharp needles on a roller penetrate the epidermis (outer layer, physical and chemical barrier) without breaking it. The small damages created in the epidermis and dermis leads to: Better penetration of products applied after use Stimulates collagen production New skin regeneration process Diminishes scars by cell renewal How does it…

Hydrolat as a toner

Is an aromatic hydrosol made by steam distillation of a plant extract. It’s pH regulatory and useful as a face and body water. How to use: Cleanser/Toner: spray a cotton pad with hydrolat and wipe the skin. Put self-made oil  on damp clean skin afterwards. Face mask: Mix hydrolat with green clay and/or oat into a…

Better skin without chemicals

Now this is something me and my friends talk a lot about. Discussions can get really intense. What is natural? Where can we draw the line? Is perfume really that bad? 12 different skin care products are slathered, lathered, rubbed and sprayed on our skin daily, in average. (source) Since our skin is more like…

Super foods against skin aging

Super foods that decreases skin aging Almonds contain omega 3 and protein that helps the skin to repair itself. Bonus – also rich in vitamin E, which can help prevent wrinkles. Take a handful every afternoon. Olive oil. A new study conducted at the College of Nutrition showed an association between olive oil and wrinkles…

Aleppo Soap

Aleppo soap is a naturally based body skin care product, contains only olive oil and saponified laurel oil. This soap is perfect for all body cleansing. I’ve been using it for months and it has given nice results. The skin keeps being moisturized and it leaves a lovely smell. No colorants, preservatives or cheap fillers,…

Winter face scrub

1/2 avocado, 1 tbsp oats, 1 tsp honey, 5 drops lemon. Leaves the skin moisturized, smooth and alive (because of the scrubbing effect from oats). If you want more scrub effect, add some sugar or ground coffee.