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url 2021-05-02 17:25
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Mindful Being - Nataša Pantović Nuit

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text 2021-04-24 08:33
Lavender & Ylang Ylang Soap

As Spring takes hold and we start to see our gardens and hills flowering again, we wanted to spend a bit of time talking about the wonderful flowers we regularly use in our soaps, creams and lotions, and what can be beneficial about them.

Aromatherapy is usually not associated with soaps, but rather with massage oils and diffusers, to maximize the olfactory effects of the essential oils on both the body and the mind. However, when we use soap in the shower, the steam also enhances the fragrance and envelopes our senses in the fragrance of the soap. Smells induce memories and feelings in us, and can even change our moods and perception, and bodily responses.

So, it makes sense that the fragrance of the soap and shampoo you use in your morning shower will influence your mood and on how you start off your day. Remember this the next time you shower!

Keeping this in mind, we shall today talk about lavender & ylang ylang flower soap. Ylang ylang, which has a delicate floral scent, is said to lift the spirit and induce feelings of joy and happiness. In aromatherapy, it is often used to treat depression and anxiety. Lavender compliments the uplifting effect of ylang ylang by adding calmness and serenity to the blend. The result of the combination is a stunningly beautiful and comforting fragrance.

The ylang ylang tree is sometimes referred to as the perfume tree and was originally found in the Philippines (later in Reunion, Madagascar and Tahiti). It has large flowers which turn from green to yellow and have a strong perfume. Ylang ylang essential oil smells beautiful and comes in several grades. It can be used to infuse coconut oil for cosmetic products but in its superior grade, it is used primarily in perfumery.

Lavender has a soothing reputation as a natural alternative to help you relax, unwind and let go of stress. But you’ve got to wonder. Does it really work? The good news is that it does. And as a bonus, if pharmacists of the Middle Ages were correct, it has aphrodisiac qualities, too.

Lavender & Ylang ylang Khadi Natural handmade soaps is superb all-purpose skin care that has antibacterial, antiseptic and antiviral elements. It also enhances healing and helps prevent scarring.

Benefits –

Lavender & Ylang Ylang Soap is a known mood enhancer and known to relieve:

– Stress

– Anxiety & Nervousness

– Insomnia

– Depression

– Aphrodisiac

In addition to the properties mentioned above, our Lavender & ylang ylang handmade soap has a balancing effect on the skin making it suitable for all skin types.  Meaning, it will regulate oil production in the skin and will balance overly dry as well as excessively oily skin.

In conclusion, the use of lavender & ylang ylang handmade soap has many benefits including its stress reliving properties and oil balancing effects on your skin.

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text 2021-04-23 09:27
Loofah Soaps

Initially Loofa was used by many in the kitchen as a scrubber. Loofah became a popular exfoliating tool for use on the body after its popularity in the kitchen. Loofah has been commonly used in hundreds of thousands of homes worldwide since then. What is Loofah? Loofah is a common vegetable that is eaten in Asia and Africa, often referred to as Luffa and Luffah. It is typically harvested and used as fruit when it reaches maturity. Yet as it grow older, it is usually used in manufacturing of Luffa scrubs, Luffah sponges or Loofah soaps. What are Loofah Soaps? In many parts of the world, Loofah is a popular exfoliant. Loofah can clear and soften the skin but raw use may yield unpredictable results. To certain consumers with very delicate skin, the exterior of Loofah is not suitable to exfoliation. A fine piece of art and science - loofah soap - is the solution to this problem. What’s in a Loofah Soap? A straightforward reply would be 'Loofah.' Loofah soap is rich in it, but also includes other moisturizing essential ingredients such as glycerin, shea butter, and essential oils, which make exfoliation an enjoyable and not a painful experience. The soap manufacturers have created this genius exfoliating solution to exfoliate and wash at the same time, as natural loofah soap does contain real loofah bits. Loofah fiber deeply cleans the skin and soapy properties ensure that during exfoliation no bacteria are attracted. Why to use a Loofah Soap? • Loofah is environmentally friendly and, due to its exfoliating properties, has been used for thousands of years for body care. • It is stable and suited to every skin type. • It's very relaxing to use Loofah. Each bath feels like a revitalizing spa experience so that the body is relaxed after a long day. • Loofah's massaging properties are unparalleled. Loofah is known to relax and relieve any fatiguing muscle of the body whether it is foot, shoulder or any part of the body. Loofah doubles its massaging properties in circular movements. • Loofah is used for dry skin shedding. • Loofah is used to reduce callus feet and skin cracking. • Loofah soap can be a source of whole body treatment if used in conjunction with cocoa and shea butter. Loofah is renowned and used regularly worldwide. Loofah soaps offer the best of skin. They protect the skin, enhance blood flow, monitor the scent of the body and prevent hair from being penetrated. They may be a one-in-all remedy for skin care when they are used like a normal soap.

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video 2021-04-05 17:49
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit
#Audio #Book Conscious Creativity Ancient Europe's Mindfulness Meditations by #NatašaPantović. Free Online, Chapter 1 - Learning from Ancient Worlds Mystics about #art #creativity and creative thought.
When East meets West in Platonism, Neo-Platonism, Pythagoras, and the #Philosophers of Ancient Greece, seen through the art and mysticism of saints, scientists and sages, the likes of Leonardo da Vinci, Plato, Jung, Krishnamurti, or …
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