Hey Chicks! I am still head over heels for my Reiki jewellery, I put together two casual looks, I love how the jewellery can be styled in a million different ways. I you want to read more about which stones I am wearing check out my last post about Reiki activated jewels here. I hope you like the pictures!
Hey Chicks! I like using coconut oil for all kinds of beauty related purposes. Here are my top three:
Coconut salt body scrub: Mix coarse salt with coconut oil of a creamy consistency. I like to mix it up with different kinds of essentials oils, preferably mint or orange.
Shaving cream: I use clean coconut oil instead of shaving cream – it works just as great and it makes your legs smell and feel fantastic! The problem with ordinary shaving cream is first of all the packaging, it is impossible to recycle, and it is as far from sustainable as it can possible be.
Make-up remover: The great thing about coconut oil is how versatile it is. Other than that, since it is non-toxic, it can be used all over. I like to use it as a make up remover, it works wonders. This way I don’t have to buy unsustainable products that in the end is bad for one’s skin.
Do you use any non-toxic oils or products or do you have any sustainable beauty tips?
Boots – Docs // Shirt – Thrifted // Jacket – Vintage // Jeans – Cheap Monday // Bracelets – Reiki Activated jewels //
Hey Chicks! The last days have been incredibly windy – it is a bit of a problem when riding home from uni but it looks great on thee pictures. Anyway, I have been wearing really comfy outfits for over a week now because I have been a bit under the weather. I will see if I can find soem time to short another video today – so stay tuned!
Hey Chicks! Some time ago I did the first post on urban gardening (read it here). The plants have grown quite a bit by now so I thought I wanted to share the progress. We got our first pea a couple of days ago and the beans are on their way too. We have been using our home grown herbs for several weeks by now, they are a thousand time better than the ones you buy. Are you growing herbs or greens?