7 Health Benefits of Taking Cold Showers

Let's all agree here that there is not much more rewarding than stepping into a hot, steamy shower at the end of a long day. The feeling of pure hydration as it trickles down, cleaning your whole body, darkening your hair and cleansing the dirt of your day away. The smell, feel and taste of heat as it sends your mind into a blissful feeling of a being in a tropical paradise.

Now, picture the moment someone flushes the toilet and you are instantly transported to the deepest oceans of Antarctica. Yikes!

Before you jump out of your skin at the feeling of this bone-chilling water and curse the day the toilet flusher was born, you might find it interesting to know that cold showers, in fact, have amazing advantaged for our health.


Five ways stress can Affect your Skin & How to Reduce it

We all know stress can be a bummer. Feeling frantic, overwhelmed and out of control, it’s no fun. For anyone. 
While stress has been reported to have adverse effects on our health, it is import to realise that it is not just your heart, brain and gut that suffer the consequences. 

Your skin, being your bodies largest organ, likely also incurs the repercussions of increased stresses levels. However, before you begin stressing, about stressing, there are many ways in which this can be avoided.  


FABRIC SOFTENERS – Cuddly at any cost?

 Sunny alpine meadows, cuddly teddy bears and pristine streams. These compelling images are all used to promote commercial fabric softeners that promise to leave our clothes, bedding and towels feeling as soft as a cloud. 

Fabric softeners were initially invented in the 1900's. However, it was in the 60’s when synthetic fibres were popular, that single-use dryer sheets were introduced to battle static cling and fabric softener usage became common in many households.


Why Spirulina, Natures Multivitamin, Should Be Your Skins Secret Weapon

Spirulina is a dark coloured, naturally occurring blue-green algae that grows in both fresh and salt water. You may have heard this wonder ingredient being referred to as one of the more recently popular superfoods. Spirulina boasts enormous benefits when it comes to health due to its high-quality protein and large concentrations of minerals and vitamins. For its weight, spirulina is one of the most nutrient dense ingredients containing the b complex vitamins, minerals such as calcium, iron and important amino acids.


What is Biodegradable? And is it really good for the Environment.

So biodegradable, sounds..... planet friendly, right?
Well, in most cases materials that are biodegradable are environmentally safe and sustainable for the planet however in some cases.


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