A tale of getting this millennial dancer's curly hair under control, frizz-free, and easy to manage with natural hair products ingredients. No keratin treatment, no way. This girl's natural curls rock!
She was the toddler with a mohawk, the one who hated getting her hair combed, the kid who ran away screaming at the sight of a comb, and the beautiful child who her dad called the kid with the "dynamite hair style."
Daddy still calls it single bible, as most Jamaicans who grew up in the country do. One of nature's master healers. Single bible, aloe vera. It has saved my skin more than once: sunburns, cooking burns, even caustic soda burns from soap making. Last year while we were travelling, one of the children picked up … Continue reading Healing Lily
We're happy to be joining other local makers at the Wanstead Makers Market on Saturday, 3rd June, in the beautiful Wanstead conservation area in East London. Entry is free and the market has a fantastic vegan pop-up cafe. Find us at Christchurch Hall on Wanstead village green, E11 2SW Click here for more information on the market.
While I've been working with natural oils and butters for a while, I appreciate that many of my customers haven't, and that they might find products that morph as they sit on their dressing tables a bit alarming. This article also might solve the mystery of why your oil isn't dispensing properly or at all. … Continue reading The yin and yang of natural oils
Adhikari and his colleagues examined the DNA of 6,357 people from Latin America. The region is a genetic melting pot, with populations from European, Native American and sub-Saharan African ancestors. To find genes for different hair types, there can be few better places to look.
Reprinted from sciencecodex.com: A study of the Caribbean Sea by University of Liverpool ocean scientists has revealed that, in the midst of all the noise of the ocean, this region behaves like a whistle, which blows so loudly that it can be 'heard' from space in the form of oscillations of the Earth's gravity field. … Continue reading Caribbean Sea Acts as a Whistle, can be ‘heard’ from Space!
Was it coincidence or serendipity? After some recent stops and starts, we finally decided on a date (it was November 2011) to go ahead with our infant Sargasso enterprise. That very week on the BBC news page, a tiny article flashed across my screen. . . about a tiny seahorse. Consider it an ecological triumph or a … Continue reading Tiny Seahorse Charms Londontown