I closed our commercial - online store venture about a week ago. A bit sad but it just means I can write as an artisan or a hobbyist now. I still love the art. Experimenting with formulations and playing around with new herbs or old ingredients in new ways.
Love em or hate em. What do women really want? This is what I wish - absolutely good stuff for their body - skin health. That they admire and appreciate their selves - body soul and spirit - no namaste like stuff here. Just basic self respect. That they love themselves enough not to go … Continue reading Women – what we really really want
Putting this up just for the sake of it. I love the texture. No comments please.
True or false Organic skincare products that look like this are bad for you? My best guess if you actually read this blog is - you would say no. You would rather, they looked like this. Which makes sense since when I started making hobby skincare, I wanted mine to look like those and would … Continue reading Tutti-Frutti = Truthie Fruthie
This looks nothing like your average skin mask. It is in essence a mixture of refined proteins, clay, some honey and processed milk soap. The only thing is - this little mask has an unexpected dimension to it. For old people at risk of dementia, the refined proteins simply act almost instantaneously to kick start … Continue reading Peptides on skin and Alzheimer’s / dementia treatment
An Aeun Perspective. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common age-associated neurodegenerative disorder, which is characterized by the deterioration of memory and cognition. About 10% of the population over the age of 65 and 30–50% of the population over the age of 85 suffer from AD. One of the defects that characterise the disease is … Continue reading Mono-sodium glutamate in skincare as therapy for Alzheimers and related illnesses.
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Igbo style - soapmaking I have been making soap for a while and find this interesting precisely because I started making soap after wanting and trying to find traditionally made black soap. In Igbo language this is called Ncha nkota. It costs a bit so it is worth making it yourself. Mind you, this is … Continue reading Soap making in the African Tradition – Igbo version.
Today I put together the last bit of the oils, a touch of xanthar gum and steriliser and hey presto! I have a finished balm. Not quite what I expected seeing as I was going for what can only be called a wonder balm. Not the usual farmyard organic variety most of us are used … Continue reading Final balm
I did a search for African soap recently and the pic's I saw included the following. This is the Ghanaian version of things - comes across well - is organic - pretty pricey though not a looker. Then this caught my eye Liquid. Looks even better. This here below is the Nigerian version of black … Continue reading Aeun on African Soap