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Rosemary plant and its amazing health Benefits on the Skin

Botany of Rosemary Rosemary is an evergreen flowering plant which is native to the Mediterranean. Rosemary can also be found in some parts of Europe and Northern Africa.

Taxonomically, it is classified under the family Lamiaceae which includes Sage, Lavender and Basil. It belongs to the genus Rosmarinus, species officinalis. The name Rosemary is gotten from two Latin words ‘ros’ Dew and ‘marinus’ Sea which means Dew of the Sea.
Rosemary possesses oblong or square shape stem. Just like other members of the Lamiaceae family, Rosemary possesses opposite leaves, which are linear, needle shape and evergreen with smooth edges that generally tend to curl slightly under the blade. The flowers have two lips, upper and lower lips. The lower lip of the flower is larger and characterized with distinctive spots and lines. It has two stamens with pistil placed between them. The flower color may be shade of soft to medium blue or lavender-blue with some varieties having whitish or pinkish flower color…

This Cucumber and Garlic blend works on Skin naturally more than a Photoshop

This Cucumber and Garlic Blend Works on Skin Naturally More than a Photoshop Today in this article I'm going to look at the benefits of cucumber and garlic blend on the skin.
Here are the topics  we shall cover: Content •Introduction to Garlic and Cucumber • Uses of Garlic and Cucumber on Skin • How to Make Cucumber and Garlic Blend • Benefits of Garlic and Cucumber on the skin • Conclusion

Many ladies nowadays invest huge amount of money to buy Skin care products while forgetting the benefits of some good natural plants products which naturally edit skin more than a Photoshop.

The use natural plants products are very cheap and are proved to be very effective than some of the expensive beauty care products.
Take a close look at the image below before we dive deeply into the benefits of cucumber and garlic on the skin. 

INTRODUCTION Cucumber and Garlic are among the few amazing plants products that are high in beneficial nutrients, vitamins and low in calories.

Cucumber is enriche…

The Brutal Truth: Impact of Formalin cosmetic-based Products On Skin


Today in this article I'm going to walk us through to impact of formalin base-cosmetic products on the skin and other parts of the body.

Cosmetic products or Beautifying agents items are blend of various sorts of synthetic concoctions and plants materials. The synthetic compounds are engineered, and research demonstrated that not these synthetics are skin well disposed. They were found to cause skin aggravation, bothering, allergic responses, skin maturing, incessant and intense dermatitis. Nonetheless, a few makers were found to incorporate one of these synthetic concoctions in their beauty care products items so as to expand benefit, overlooking the health hazard of these substances. 

This is the motivation behind why I chose to aggregate the well being effect of one of these synthetic concoctions on the skin. In the event that you need to realise the well being effect of formalin read this article as far as possible. 
Skin is one of the indispensable sense organ of the body…

Amazing Homemade Body Scrub Using Chamomile and Tumeric Powder

Amazing Homemade Body Scrub Using Chamomile And Tumeric Powder

Recipes:1.Ground chamomile for sensitive skin, tumeric powder for non sensitive skin 3tbps
2. Vitamin E oil 1%
3. Olive oil for oily skin or coconut oil for dry skin 2tbps
4. table salt 1/2 cup
5. Sandalwood essential oil 3%

MethodMeasure the above ingredients to your desire quantity into a clean container. mix the ingredients properly until they turn into a paste.

How to use?Apply the paste onto your body, and allow the paste to stay for like 10-15 minutes or more on your body. wash your body after this time with clean water(preferably with warm water).
Repeat this 2-3 times a week for a best result. if you find this article helpful, please don't forget to  share it alot of people are waiting for information like this.

5 amazing health benefits of lavender on the skin

5 amazing health benefits of lavender on the skin 5 AMAZING BENEFITS OF LAVENDER ON THE SKIN Sometimes, people tend to ignore the use of natural plant extracts such as essential oils, tea and other parts of the plants for treatment and skin care. They usually prefer to buy expensive synthetic products, and these synthetic skincare products are proved to be hazardous to the skin cells. They promote cancerous cells growth, skin ageing, and skin cells death. Before I dive into the benefits of lavender let me briefly talk about the botany and biochemistry of this plant.

Lavender is a flowering plant native to southwestern Asia, Africa and Europe. Taxonomically, lavender is classified under the same family with rosemary and sage. The lavender belongs to the genus Lavendula, family lamiaceae. It is characterized with a toothed pinnate or just pinnate leaves but sometimes the leaves can be multiple pinnate and dissected, which in most species covered in fine hairs or indumentum.…

Traditional Method OF Lye Water Preparation

The earliest scientists in the art of soap making were not well acquinted with distilled water and synthetic alkali, but they were known to use soft water which is equivalent to distilled water. This soft water is obtained from rainfall and spring. And the only source of alkali is to burn hardwoods (hardwoods such as Beech, Cider wood and Hickory) to ash. The ash is then parked and put in a waterproof wooden barrel with many holes at the bottom. The barrel will be placed on a stand where container can be used to collect the lye water when the process of lye preparation is started. This process is called potassium leach. Then water will be poured on the surface of the wooden barrel, and the lye solution leach through the holes of the barrel to the container that was placed beneath it. In order to prevent the lye solution from contamination by impurities, they normally used to put gravels and grasses between the ash and the holes of the wooden …


BRIEF HISTORY OF SOAP MAKINGThe art of making soap was not a new idea, and has been in the history of man for many years. In a documented text of Babylonian, there was a formula for soap making which reciped water, alkali and cassia oil. This is one of the earliest recorded history of soap production, which was around 2800BC. The Romans were known to make soap from goat tallow and ashes of the beech-tree. The soap was used by the Romans for household cleaning, bathing, washing and also used by the Roman fashionable ladies to color their hairs. The ancient civilization methods of soap making were not industrialized and solely depend on animal fats and organic alkali (that is from ashes and other natural plant products such as resins) as a source of soap making ingredients. Most of the soaps that are produced are mainly for own consumtion. But by the end of 12th century, soap production began to be industrialized in Middle East: such as in Aleppo, Damascus, Fes and Nablus. And by 15th ce…