Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Shampoo soap and hair elixir Taramira

TARAMIRA - hmm, sounds nice.
That is why my new shampoo soap has the same name.
Also good to know that Tara Mira (Eruca sativa, Rocket or Aragula oil) oil or jamba oil has an excellent properties for hair.
There are many natural oils, which are often used  for hair treatment. The most popular are: Olive oil,  Almond oil, Coconut oil, Sesame oil,  Mustard oil, Castor oil. All of them are the ingredients for my new solid shampoo with a scent of Mint, Citronella and of course: Tara Mira oil.

As an extra treatment before to wash hair is very helpful to make the oil massage on the scalp and hair. In this way, a good oil treatment helps to promote hair growth and prevent further hair loss.
I mixed the natural oils mentioned above and my Hair Elixir Taramira is ready to be used.

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Coconut Body Pralines

After a bath or shower  I like to treat my skin with Coconut Body Pralines. Wonderful skin oil properties of Coconut Butter, Sweet Almond Oil  moisturize, make my skin smooth and  supple. It gives a good feeling very sure: my skin loves it and I love that it’s easily absorbed.
So,  to create the Coconut Body Pralines I need two ingredients:

Coconut Butter is a top favorite of mine. The unrefined Coconut Butter has a strong typical Cocos odor, for people who really enjoy this stunning fragrance. Coconut butter helps increase or maintain skin elasticity and is very hydrating.
Coconut Oil an organic is best, to make sure that all the nutrients and beneficial properties are intact. Coconut oil’s antioxidant properties protect the skin from free radical damage and because it’s so full of essential fatty acids, it also helps to build and strengthen skin-cell structures. This keeps the skin’s connective tissues strong and supple, which helps to prevent sagging and wrinkles.

What is the difference between Coconut Oil and Coconut Butter?
Coconut Butter is the pureed meat of mature coconuts.  It is roughly 60% oil, but it also has the fiber from the meat in it.  It is solid at room temperature, a creamy white or beige color and when warmed up is thick and creamy and smooth.
Coconut Oil on the other hand has no fiber.  The oil has been separated from the meat of the coconut.  It is solid at room temperature and translucent.  If you see it solid it will look like it has florets or snowflakes in it.  When warmed up is becomes liquid and completely clear.  It can be used for higher temperature cooking or frying.


Sweet Almond Oil is an emollient – in that it smooths and softens skin more than hydrates it. It’s full of vitamin E, which is a powerful antioxidant and great skin protector and healer. I also love that it’s easily absorbed into the skin without leaving a greasy residue.

In a bain-marie, melt down 90% of Coconut Butter and 10% of Sweet Almond until fully liquid.
Pour the mix  into the ice-molds and keep in in cold.

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Handmade Christmas presents

Last time I am busy to complete handmade Christmas presents: Creams, Body Butter, Bath Bombs, Beldi, Soaps, Elixirs, again Creams and Soaps.
I love to do this! With my soul and love for  my family, my  friends, my colleauges and customers.
People, enjoy my natural products!

With so much stress in our lives, we need to give our bodies a little extra attention and love :)

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Black Soap for Real Men: Batch N°2

I knew it, I knew it !
Real men love my Black Soap 

 The Batch N°2 "Black Soap for Real Men" was ordered and is ready now!

A bit improvement is visible.

Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Vanilla Cocos Souffle Body Cream

Whipped Organic Cocoa-, Shea-, Mango Butters infused with Vanilla, Calendula Macerates based on Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Vitamin E. The result is a luxurious whip that will soften your skin and give a wonderfull tasty scent. The best product to spoil your skin and... hair :) Why not?

The process and all steps very good dicribed here: http://aroma-wiki.ru/?p=907