The Konjac sponge is not only fantastic for skin, but as a natural material, it is completely biodegradable, so this little sponge is great for the environment too. It won't take long for this useful skincare tool to become your best friend ... within days of using it you will see the results from it removing acne-causing bacteria and dead skin cells.
The Jade Roller dates back to ancient China. It was a skin-care must for empresses and the upper echelons of Chinese society. Jade rollers assist with lymphatic drainage by stimulating the fluid that flows through the lymph nodes in the jaw and neck, encourage blood flow, and give a general healthy glow to the skin.
Revive dull, weak hair by using a hair oil. Many ancient cultures are famous for their beauty secrets. For example, look to famous ancient Egyptian beauty Cleopatra, who regularly bathed in milk and honey and treated her hair and skin with essential oils. Moroccan women have turned to Argan oil for centuries now as a skin and hair beautifier, while Sesame seed oil is revered in Ayurvedic medicine for its many benefits, including assisting in the growth of strong, beautiful hair.
Rhassoul - or Ghassoul - is a brown clay used by the women of Morocco for more than a thousand years for its amazing exfoliating, cleansing and detoxifying properties. It draws out excess oils and impurities from deep within the skin, yet leaves skin feeling moisturised and soft. Gentle enough for all skin types to use, it is a multi-purpose clay and can be used for face, body and hair.
Called the tree of life in Morocco and relied upon for centuries as a cure all and beautifier, argan oil has so many wonderful uses. Rich in antioxidants, essential fatty acids and Vitamin E, here we discuss ten reasons you want to always have a bottle of high quality argan oil in your vanity.