Out of shaving cream? No problem - if you have a jar of Coconut Oil laying around in the home somewhere, it can be an excellent alternative to shaving cream plus moisturise and nourish your skin in doing so.
Coconut Oil has been used for its health promoting properties across the world; from helping stimulate hair growth, to improving brain function by reducing inflammation.
The question is, how does Coconut Oil benefit our skin?
Often undervalued, calf muscles are crucial for your daily well-being. Think about it - your lower body takes a lot of weight from the upper body regularly. One of the primary muscles helping you to walk, run and even drive - are your calves.
Pushups are one of the most important upper body workouts you can do. Requiring a combination of core stamina, stabilization, strength from your core, shoulders, back and arms (particularly triceps) - getting this exercise right can help you sculpt the perfect upper body look, while building up your triceps and overall body stability.
Lunges are a functional compound exercise which is great for muscle building and overall strength. A seemingly simple step forward is working out several muscle groups at the same time in your hips and legs in particular, forcing them to become stronger.
How much water do you need? But how much do you really need? There is no clear defined answer. Some suggest the 8x8 rule, while others suggest drinking 3 to 4 litres plus per day. Your water requirements are determined by several factors including your overall health, activity levels and environment.
Myopia is a condition where you can see objects nearer to you more easily but objects further away are blurry. It is a refractive condition where your eye does not bend light properly, making the images in the distant blurry.
Your eyes are your passage into this world. With millions of connections relaying messages to your brain in real-time, they provide us with vision – detecting light and convert it into signals our brain can read.
Lavender oil is an essential oil made from the lavender plant. It is probably one of the most known and revered essential oils used to promote relaxation, treat anxiety, depression, insomnia and skin conditions.
While there is no cure for this condition, eczema is an inflammation of the skin and there are several natural, non-medicinal methods to help control and keep inflammation away from interfering with your daily life.
Aloe vera is a well-known health and well-being natural ingredient, popular for its ability to help cure skin problems such as burns and wounds.
But its benefits for hair are relatively less known. In fact, does it have any benefits for hair?
While there is little scientific evidence of castor oil being helpful for hair growth, it is indicated across the blog and traditional science sphere of being helpful for hair growth. But what about for facial hair?
Almond Oil is – simply – the oil extracted from almonds. It is primarily composed of oleic acid and has been researched to have many health benefits from preventing cardiovascular diseases, to help moisturise hair and skin.
From ancient history to modern day science, the power of the sun in our sky has long been discussed, debated and worshipped.
From bathing our planet with a constant shower of UV rays, species including our own civilisation has developed with the Sun watching over us and helping us to produce the crops and food we eat necessary to sustain life on Earth.
Chocolate & Coconut - these two super-food ingredients are a powerhouse and can be adopted into your daily diet to help you achieve a balanced, more satisfying healthy life in the form of enjoyable snacks.
To be successful at anything, you need to set goals. With a goal, we then need to work hard. We need to work with dedication, focus, concentration and make sacrifices, all in order to achieve these goals.
The mind is the most powerful tool in the world. With the mind, we have created computers, smartphones, electric cars and everything you can see around you. But learning to control your mind can be challenging.
Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is a a super powerful natural home remedy. It’s a must in every household kitchen.
People swear by it as a natural fat burner. It also contains natural anti-inflammatories, is a potent natural antioxidant and can help reduce cholesterol and improve symptoms of diabetes.
In this article, we break down the real benefits of this natural food.
Cannabidiol (CBD) has been hot topic for the last few years. Many are using it as a post workout supplement, where others are using it as an important ritual of their skin care routine. In this article, we’ll break down what CBD Oil is and the benefits, plus drawbacks, of using it.
Alopecia areata is commonly referred to as hair loss but is an auto-immune condition which causes hair to fall out in patches. It can occur at any age and usually falls in round, small patches on your scalp.
Natural oils in your scalp help protect your hair and your scalp. And while a grease-look can be desirable to achieve a certain look, too much can have an impact on your life.
We'll go through how you can reduce oily hair naturally.
As we grow older, hair care becomes more of an important. A diet which lacks sufficient protein, amino acids and other vitamins and minerals can show by affecting hair volume and growth. Traditionally, this could be tough for those on a vegetarian or vegan diet as most have a nutritionally incomplete intake.
A traditional ingredient in Ayurveda and traditional Indian practices, Castor oil is an aged old ingredient which has been used for healthier, thicker hair. Castor Oil moisturises your scalp and helps ease dandruff with its natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
Coconut oil is recognised as one of the best natural ingredients for hair and skin care in many ayurvedic practicing traditions.
Read on to understand why coconut oil is good for your hair, what the benefits are and why you should incorporate massaging coconut oil into your scalp for healthier, fuller hair.
Male pattern baldness occurs primarily when there is a hormonal change in men and happens commonly during aging process where the older you get the more you begin to experience hair loss from the scalp.
Suffering from hair loss could make you feel less of yourself or miss your identity. You may not want to try chemicals or cosmetic surgeries (and nor should you need to), as there are plenty of natural health remedies you can use to help re-grow your hair, while making your hair stronger and healthier than ever before.
These tips aren’t just to re-grow hair, they can be used in your daily life to maintain a healthy and fuller head of hair without resorting to cosmetic surgery.
Shedding a little amount of hair, such as when you wash or comb your hair is normal. But if there’s more than usual, or if you find your hair is thinner than normal, you could begin to feel concerned.
We address why you're losing more hair and what can be done. Continue reading...
The Ashtavakra Gita is a classical Sanskrit scripture written as the dialogue between Ashtavakra (a revered Hindu Vedic sage) and Janak (the King of Mithila) which examines through dialogue the meaning of existence and freedom, of our souls and bondage to the reality.
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