Esta semana : champú polvo seco para mascotas

¿Cuán seguido bañas a tu mascota?, ¿Es el baño una pesadilla y  la peluquería ya no es una posibilidad?. Nuestros champús secos son un polvo suave, natural y fácil de usar.  Han sido formulados para ayudar a desodorizar y absorber el exceso de grasa, sin necesidad de un baño.

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DIY : bálsamo labial

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Este bálsamo labial es una manera fácil para comenzar a cuidar tus labios esta primavera / verano.
La manteca de cacao y aceite de coco, contienen vitaminas, minerales y antioxidantes que naturalmente ayudan a proteger, hidratar y suavizar tus labios 🙂

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Ingredient spotlight: Shea butter

Shea butter ( Butyrospermum parkii ) is a fat extracted from the nut of the African shea tree mainly used in the cosmetics industry for skin and hair related products. It has been used for centuries in Africa for its moisturizing and healing properties, where it has been used to protect and condition skin which has been damaged.


Shea Butter is naturally rich in minerals and vitamins like A, E and F. And Because of its soothing nature, anti-inflammatory and rejuvenating effects, it is a perfect ingredient to incorporate into body and skin care products for you and your pets.
In addition, Shea Butter offers a low level of UV protection (approx. SPF-6).  It is also wonderful to use in the summer as a moisturizer before and after sun exposure.

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The Chilean hazelnut


The Gevuina avellana tree, Chilean hazel or Neufen in mapudungun, is a beautiful evergreen tree that is native to southern regions of Chile. The tree can reach up to 20 meters tall and bears small nuts. The seeds are eaten raw, cooked in boiling water or toasted and contain high amounts of good quality oil, suitable for both food and for cosmetic applications.

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Herbal healing salves

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Salves ( also known as ointments) are such a simple, effective and useful medicine!. They can easily be slipped into a purse, pocket, or first aid kit. Although semi-solid at room temperature, salves soften once applied to the skin, making them less messy to apply than oils.  They also are an easy and approachable way to introduce newbies to the medicinal properties of herbs.

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