Winter weather has my skin looking a little dull. You? Get your skin glowing skin with this simple recipe for a Floral-infused Facial Cream.Read More
“Lather, rinse, repeat.” Really? Over-washing can damage hair and imbalance oil production of the scalp leading to greasy hair and dandruff. Dry shampoo to the rescue! This recipe a go-to if you’re trying to extend the number of days between washing or whenever your hair needs a refresher.Read More
Keep your mat clean and fresh with this simple yet effective DIY Mat Spray recipe! The 2 scent blends are absolutely dreamy and help to seal my practice before I roll up my mat and continue on with my day.Read More
This fantastic skin spray is incredible for healing skin rashes, eczema, dandruff and acne. It relieves itch, reduces inflammation and soothes skin. Made with sage and witch hazel, two skin superstars that are astringent, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory. In fact, both of these incredible herbs have been found to be as effective as steroid creams!Read More
If you or someone you know has had the experience of getting little red bumps and irritated skin from a natural deodorant, it's likely that baking soda is the culprit. If baking soda is not for your pits, try this sensitive skin deodorant spray that's baking soda free!Read More
Making your own laundry detergent is simple, cost-effective and requires only 2 ingredients! Which is good news because out of the 821 laundry detergents tested by the EWG (Environmental Working Group), 721 of them had a failing grade. This detergent recipe quickly became one of our favourites and I've also shared a few tips for removing tougher stains.
Today I wanted to share Sandor Katz's perspective on fermentation as a tool for social change and in the hopes of inspiring more of it, share 3 recipes for Superfood Kimchis I created for Clean Eating magazine. There's a gorgeous Superfruit Kimchi, a really tasty Thai flavoured Asparagus Kimchi and Kimchi Root Sticks in a miso-garlic-orange paste.Read More
Dehydrating foods and herbs is a simple way to preserve the harvest that retains most of the nutrients. Move over fruit leather and jerky, there's so much more that you can dry! I regularly dry herbs for teas and infusing into oils for skincare. I forage most of my own herbs for teas and tinctures. I dehydrate ferments to turn into spice blends and make super-light camping snacks and meals. Here's some tips for where to begin if you're new to drying, what to consider for equipment and an easy recipe for Apple Chips to get you started!Read More