With the first Splendour in the Grass since 2019 coming up next weekend, I’ve spent the past couple of weeks putting together camping gear, outfits and now everything else. I’ve been camping at music festivals for the last 15 years or so and I’ve learnt a lot about what I do and don’t need to pack. I pride myself on having everything I or anyone else needs to make sure that the only thing you need to be worried about is if you can get from one stage to the next without missing your favourite performer.
Winter has kicked off with a chilly bang! And with the cooler weather being so intense, we’ve already started noticing our skin is needing a little extra TLC. Winter skin care necessitates a little extra time and effort due to the harsh conditions that our delicate protective barrier faces.
The skin is exposed to the elements due to the chilly air, the wind, and, in some cases, the sun reflecting off the snow. In colder climates, low humidity is frequent, robbing skin of hydration every second of every day.
Summer is over and the drop in temperature has been pretty drastic over the last week. While I enjoy the cooler temps, my skin does not. My entire body becomes extremely dry and flaky (my face as well) That's why I use body oil on a daily basis to help my skin retain hydration and keep it plump and glowing. While I was over here meticulously slathering it on every night after showering, I’ve done some reading lately and instead, it appears that you should apply your body oil before jumping in the bath or showering.
Acai berries are recognised as one of the most potent antioxidant berries, and we all love Acai bowls for their health properties and their deliciousness, but have you ever considered the benefits of using Acai berry oil on your skin? Acai berry oil has been touted as the holy grail of skincare and anti-aging, so maybe it’s time you gave it a go.
If you have joined the movement to use natural products on your body, then it's likely you are in your phase of relentlessly searching the internet for effective products to use. Even if you have been a part of the natural beauty movement for a while, there's always new information coming out.