How to Make an Intensive Shea Butter Eye Cream Are you tired of your eyes looking, well…tired? You’ll find plenty of conventional eye creams that promise more youthful looking skin. However, this shea butter eye cream delivers, without a hefty dose of harmful chemicals on the side.
The only oils on this list I don't have in my collection are the macadamia, mustard and hemp. Last night, I bought cans of Trader Joe's coconut milk, because it's preservative free and the cans are not BPA lined, for a new recipe of henna glosses. I'm using Minimalist Beauty's recipe, which calls for Godrej Nupur Henna with 9 herbs, coconut milk and Hemp oil. So, it was my intention to pick up hemp oil this week anyway. I've been thinking about macadamia oil for my bath oil blend for skin…
There are so many easy ways to integrate the uplifting, soothing, and delicious nature of mints into your day — lemon balm glycerite to uplift the mood, a bowl of tabbouleh with spearmint for lunch, a cup of cold peppermint tea for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, a whiff of lavender essential oil during rush hour traffic, a soothing cup of catnip tea after a meal, or an invigorating foot mas-sage with rosemary oil at day’s end. Here are a few simple recipes to try.
Keep the bugs and spiders away with homemade citronella candles. Add a little eucalyptus to your DIY candles to help keep spiders at bay, too. All you need is wax, wicks, a mason jar and essential oils to keep bugs away all summer long.