If wax sachets or double boiling aren't your thing but you'd still like something flame-, electricity-, or battery- free to release scents into your space, aroma stones are your next best bet 😍 What you'll need: Silicone Mold 👉 We used this super cute animal with heart mold! Plaster of Paris Essential Oils 👉 We have a… Continue reading Super Cute Animal Aroma Stones DIY
Used on the cuticle, skin and nail area, cuticle oil moisturizes, protects against damage and trauma, and also improves the health and appearance of these areas. It's a lifesaver for everyone, whether you've long nails or short nails. So, for today, we've a quick, easy and effective DIY Cuticle Oil using only two ingredients and one… Continue reading Quick, Easy and Effective DIY Cuticle Oil using only 2 Ingredients!
Wax sachets (also known as wax tablets) are another wick-less cousin of candles, but unlike wax melts which are meant to be melted, wax sachets are meant to be left around a space, near the sun to allow it to be naturally warmed in order to release aroma. Like wax melts, they're safer than candles… Continue reading DIY Aromatherapeutic Wax Sachet
According to Gillette, shaving cream does four things: Hydration - keeps moisture in hairs during the shave, leaving them softer and easier to cut. When less force is needed to cut each hair, your shave can be more comfortable. Lubrication - creates a thin layer of protection between the blade and the skin, ensuring less… Continue reading DIY Natural Shaving Cream
In our Top 10 Carrier Oils for Hair post, we mentioned that we'll be sharing some DIY recipes on our favorite and most effective hair oils. So, here we are today with this post! This tutorial is super quick and super easy. No fuss, and perfect for when you're too tired to formulate a combination… Continue reading Super Easy DIY Hair Oil
There are 3 common recipes on internet on how you can make your own diffuser liquid at home, and since we're enthusiasts about aromatherapy, we thought, why not try them and share whether it worked for us or not? We also did some other experiments on creating other kinds of diffuser liquids. 1. Alcohol + Water +… Continue reading We Tried 3 Common Reed Diffuser Liquid Recipes and Came Up with Two More!
The days of the slime craze has probably already passed (replaced by soap cutting and bath bomb slicing) but between the three of them, we're pretty sure that slime is kinder to the wallet, generally safer (no sharp objects!) and it also lasts longer. So for today, we're going to share our favorite slime recipe… Continue reading DIY Aromatherapeutic Slime
Wax melts, wax tarts or wax cubes are a closer relative to wax sachets (in terms of them not requiring wicks) and they are brilliant alternatives to candles. Place a wax melt in a warmer and they'll gradually melt and fill your chosen space with your choice of aroma. They're safer than candles because you… Continue reading DIY Mini Lavender, Rose and Lemon Hearts Wax Melts
If there's one thing that makes packing a chore, especially when you're packing for a trip overseas, it's packing liquids. From shampoo to conditioner, moisturizers to sunblock and lotions, perfume or cologne, and so on, so forth, we use a variety of products in liquid form on a daily basis. Skipping one or the other… Continue reading DIY Soothing, Nourishing and Moisturizing Solid Shampoo Bar for Hair Growth
Charcoal masks are one of many darlings of the beauty and skincare world thanks to their cleansing abilities. However, commercial charcoal masks can be pretty pricey, so why not make your own (and be sure of what's actually in your product)? Join Belinda Carli, Director of the Institute of Personal Care Science and Cosmetic Formulator,… Continue reading DIY Charcoal Masks