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
Ok. At first glance it doesn't look like much. Slightly brown - amber oily stuff. The ingredients don't make it smell better - there are no hint of herbs, the alcohol has more or less dissipated itself. The constituency isn't thick but is a strange mix of gel and oil - plus - no this … Continue reading Trial Balm – Results…