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Creating your own personal blends with Essential Oils

Text contributed by Jomien Rabie
Image by Praisaeng from freedigitalphotos.net.

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There are a variety of ways in which  the layman can use essential oils for health and beauty. The novice should start with three or five essential oils that they feel personally attracted to.
Always obey the rule of “less is more” i.e. keep dilutions to 1-3drops (one to three)per 5ml. carrier oil and be aware of any contra-indications that may exist for your personally chosen essential oil.

Natural Beauty with Avocado and Fenugreek

Text and image contributed by Organic Advocate and Breathe Brand Manager - Ammon Maloney

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When I contemplate the idea of the old saying "you are what you eat" it has a far deeper meaning for me now than ever before. The journey with food and nourishment extends itself to the products and things we apply to our skin and hair and what we feed our body orally and dermally.

The 4 Laws of Natural Hair Care

Contributed by Anel Hamersma and Renee Nicolai

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Renee Nicolai calls herself a Natural Hairdresser.

“But what does that actually mean?” I ask over tea. “Natural… how?” We’re sitting in her garden in Plumstead where streams of women come to see her. Some have even dubbed her the “Hair Whisperer”. She laughs uproariously when I mention it.

“It’s really not that difficult to go natural. Actually, anyone can do it,” she says. “Natural hair-care is an approach to hair. There are a couple of simple laws you need to follow, and if you do the condition of your hair will improve dramatically. The First Law is: you have to accept it.