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So it’s February, and of course Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, for better or worse! It’s either a date you dread or one that you look forward to as something special. The date when lovers celebrate, husbands and partners try to rack up those "browny points" and teenagers wait eagerly for the post to come!
Cold weather, late nights, alcohol, and rich food over the festive season can leave your complexion looking a little worse for wear. The New Year is therefore the perfect time to treat your skin to a little extra TLC, to detoxify, re-hydrate and reveal healthier looking skin for the year ahead!
Psoriasis can be a serious, uncomfortable and disfiguring condition, where the skin erupts in red raw, scaling, itchy lesions. Read our expert holistic health advice which includes dietary and lifestyle tips along with a selection of aromatherapy blends that can help to soothe the skin.
Aromatherapy is great for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Antiseptic essential oils help keep your mouth, gums and toothbrush clean and fresh and carriers oils can be used for the ancient Ayurvedic practice of oil pulling!
It's World Reflexology Week this week (22-28 September 2013) so we thought we'd give you a few tips on how you can use this wonderful therapy at home - along with some lovely recipes to treat your feet!
A million children in the UK have headlice at any one time, and we spend millions of pounds on cures from combs and chemicals to oils and professional help. Here is our advice on how you can treat nits effectively with aromatherapy essential oils!
Essential oils can help to treat acne by fighting infection and inflammation, balancing hormones, reducing excess oil, aiding detoxification, promoting skin healing, reducing the appearance of scars and relieving stress.