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For those of us who like to know that what we're putting on our skin is NATURAL, won't make the biggest organ on our body dry out, smells invigorating (or calming, relaxing etc) and will help our skin glow, then bar soap is the obious preference!
Now, more than ever, personal hygiene MUST be a part of our daily routine. Not just because of the pandemic issues and the regular hand sanitising, but because there are germs and viruses everywhere, always, and so it's important to think about what we touch, putting our fingers in our mouths or on our face, and how we scrub-a-dub-dub, without getting rid of the GOOD bacteria! Oh boy, there's such a minefield of (mis)information out there, so we've decided to keep it simple, explain it in lay-persons terms, and we encourage you to share this (particularly if you've got a slightly-pongy friend who needs a hint! 😉😜
Ho ho ho ... we're in full swing of the festive season and it's such a joyous time of the year!
After the uncertainty of the last two years, this year more than every it's important to remember SELF CARE!
This trifle is a Christmas table show-stopper and can be made in one large centrepiece dish or in small individual glasses.
And, using these wonderful native ingredients, makes this soooo Australian.
Lemon myrtle is exceptionally rich in calcium and high in antioxidants, lutein, vitamin E, zinc and magnesium. Scientists believe these minerals are required for synthesis and self-repair of human DNA.
Lemon myrtle has antimicrobial and antifungal properties that are superior to those of the popular tea tree oil. As a result, it has potential as a natural food preservative; as an antiseptic, surface disinfectant.
Here in Australia, our summer season starts in December and goes right through until the end of February, but depending where you are, it can be pretty warm through much of Autumn and Spring as well. It's the time of the year where we have longer days, shorter nights, and people are outdoors socialising, exercising and relaxing!
Feeling decadent? With the weather warming up and outside eating back on the menu, this is a great way to celebrate Australian seafood and native foods and how best to flavour Aussie lobster tails than with Aussie herbs and citrus? Bring lemon myrtle, saltbush and finger lime to the fresh seafood for amazing results.
Have you ever wondered what else you can do with your leftover soaps that are just sitting in your soap dish?
We've got some tips and tricks that will save you money & avoid throwing them away!! Find some new uses for those tiny leftover soaps, especially if you're using All-natural Lemon Myrtle Fragrances soaps.