Today we take a look at some of the reasons why a Hemp Soap could be an invaluable asset when it comes to your daily care routine. Hemp seed oil has been used for centuries to treat a variety of skin conditions including eczema psoriasis, and acne, just to mention a few.
Oily, dry, or combination, whatever your skin type is, you can use hemp soap. That’s because the fatty acid profile of a Hemp Oil soap mimics that of our skin. It’s also a wonderful anti-aging product, capable of slowing down oxidation caused by free radicals.
But why should I use Hemp Soap?
If you’re someone who’s never tried any hemp skincare product before, we recommend starting with hemp soap like our Sativa Citrus Soap Bar. It’s a good way to experience all the benefits of hemp, without necessarily changing your daily routine. Continue reading The many benefits of Hemp Soap
Those of you who use after shave may not know the difference between alcohol or alcohol free, but some knowledge of this may actually help you improve your shaving experience. By far the most popular post-shave solution is the alcohol-based after-shave or cologne. But did you know that the daily use of such products can dry out your skin and contribute to the acceleration of the ageing process?
There are two types of products when it comes to after-shaves. Alcohol-based ones, which are the most common and are usually called lotions or waters, and Alcohol-free ones, which are categorized as balms, gels or moisturizers. If you suffer from skin conditions such as acne and eczema, don’t use an Alcohol-based after shave. It will severely aggravate your skin condition and will sting like crazy.
But aren’t there any benefits to using a conventional after-shave?
The anti-septic qualities of alcohol are often quoted as a benefit of aftershave lotions, helping heal those little cuts that sometimes happen when you shave, but let’s face it in this day and age unless you’re shaving with a butcher’s knife, you shouldn’t be having cuts in your face from shaving. And if you use products with natural ingredients, like Calendula flower extract and Shea Butter you will benefit from the same anti-septic properties. Continue reading Alcohol based aftershave or After Shave Balm?
As the cold season approaches, it is crucial to pay extra attention to your daily hair care routine. In order to prevent winter dryness from taking its toll on your hair and to keep it at its healthiest, most radiant state. This is exactly what a hair mask can do for you.
When exposed to the windy, harsh winter weather, your hair, just like your skin, undergoes several changes that disrupt the natural beauty of your hair. Your hair may end up suffering breakage, dehydration, frustrating tangles and split ends, frizziness as well as loss of volume, luster and shine.
But there is no reason that your hair should suffer like this. Especially when you can choose to harness the magical power of top-quality, all-natural deep conditioning treatment masks such as our Happy Hair Oil Mask. With the aid of a good mask all these undesired hair changes can be successfully prevented. So when the weather plays rough, do your hair a favor and take a little time in order to protect your precious locks against the harmful effects of the environment and to restore its natural beauty.
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Taking care of your skin is essential, after all it is the body’s largest living organ. However, many of the personal care products on the market contain toxins and chemicals that suffocate the skin. This is why Quincessentials has developed a range of natural and organic skincare products you can use for anti-ageing and to keep your skin looking smooth, supple and radiant.
Why should I choose organic skincare products?
Many mainstream products contain chemicals that are easily absorbed into the skin and can enter the blood stream. Many of the ingredients in these products also inhibit the skin’s ability to breathe and can be linked to conditions such as allergies and headaches.
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There’s no question that a natural and organic approach makes sense when it comes to choosing your food. The same can be said for other products you put on your body. Specifically, skin care. Think about all of the products you may use on a daily basis that may come in contact with your skin.
As the largest organ of the body, your skin not only absorbs lots of nutrients, but it can also take in a number of toxins each day. Up to 60% of what we put on our skin ends up being absorbed in the body and when the products we use are made from harmful artificial ingredients these place an unnecessary chemical load on the body’s detoxification processes and on the entire immune system, including the skin. Some chemicals remain stored in the body for several months or even years before they are completely eliminated.
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Wild raspberry caught the eye of early cave dwellers, as evidenced by the remains of raspberry canes found at a variety of dig sites across Europe, Asia, and Northern America. Raspberry got her name when the Olympian Gods were searching for berries on Mount Ida. Raspberry’s Latin name, Rubus idaeus, means “bramble bush of Ida”.
We now use Raspberry pomace extract for its wonderful nourishing qualities and its local abundant organically grown availability.
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Chaenomeles is a genus of three species of deciduous spiny shrubs, usually 1–3 m tall, in the family Rosaceae. They are native to Japan, Korea, China, Bhutan, and Burma. The shape of the Quince resembles a longer apple (or a squat pear) and its colour is gold-yellow.
Chaenomeles japonica is a species of Japanese quince. It is shorter than another commonly cultivated species C. speciosa, growing to only about 1 m in height. The fruit is called Kusa-boke (草木瓜) in Japanese. It is best known for its colorful spring flowers of red, white, pink or multi colors. It produces apple-shaped fruit that are a golden-yellow color containing red-brown seeds.
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Quince is a rather unusual fruit that is closely related to apples and pears. Its scientific name is Cydonia oblonga. It is the only member of its genus Cydonia. The quince tree is deciduous and rather small, while the valuable ripened fruit is yellowish-gold color and somewhat similar to pears in shape and consistency.
You can utilize quince in jams, jellies, juices and so on, as well as use them in a similar way to pears as a side dish or a breakfast food. Dried quince can be used as a tea and ground dried quince is an excellent refreshing flavoring agent. Different countries use quince in different ways. The real nutritional benefit of quince is in the skin and the fruit. It is packed with beneficial nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, phenolic compounds and antioxidants.
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