Natural Shampoo

Converting to a natural shampoo that does not recommend the use of a conditioner around the time of dying my hair made me very nervous. Very nervous indeed. But I really needn't of been. Odylique's Gentle Herb Shampoo is great! It is 100% natural and 70% organic. It is free from animal testing, sulfates, fragrance, artificial … Continue reading Natural Shampoo

Music Festival Essentials

Right now I'm so excited! Tomorrow I'm off to Truck Festival in Oxfordshire. I really just can't wait to get there, put the tent up and crack open a can. Aside from the general festival atmosphere and discovering new bands, I'm really looking forward to... Libertines - even though I've seen them so many times before, nothing beats … Continue reading Music Festival Essentials

Summer Essentials

In the UK summer tends to just pop up unexpectedly. Our wardrobes, skin and nasal passages are never fully ready for the sun to shine and pollen to flourish. This year I tried to make sure I was prepared for that odd heat wave and this weekend is the perfect chance to try and test … Continue reading Summer Essentials

The Yorkshire Soap Company

Last bank holiday I headed up to Harrogate to visit my boyfriend's parents. On Saturday we popped into Knaresborough and discovered The Yorkshire Soap Company. The Yorkshire Soap Company has six shops dotted around the region selling natural handmade soaps, when you walk in the shop its like a fancy patisserie. Loads of pretty designs, colours and … Continue reading The Yorkshire Soap Company

The Beauty of Simplicity

About a week ago I was well excited to receive my first ever monthly delivery from The Natural Beauty Box. The Natural Beauty Box is a monthly subscription box of natural, vegan and cruelty-free skincare and beauty products. It's a great way to try out new things and discover different brands. Box subscription is only £24.95 per month … Continue reading The Beauty of Simplicity

Bring Back the Bees – Burt’s Bees

Since the late 1990s, beekeepers around the world have observed a dramatic decline in bees. Bees make more than honey. They are key to food production because they pollinate crops, a third of the food that we eat depends on pollinating insects. The main reasons for global bee decline: loss of biodiversity and destruction of … Continue reading Bring Back the Bees – Burt’s Bees