Well known for its beneficial properties for your locks, using Argan Oil can moisturise dry hair, prevent split ends and reduce frizz, as well as strengthening hair through the use of natural antioxidants.
Peeling and cracking nails are not uncommon. One way to strengthen your talons is by massaging Argan Oil into the nails.
Magnesium oil benefits the body in so many different ways and is often used in sports as a massage oil.
Magnesium can stimulate hair growth and promote stronger, whiter teeth for an impressive smile.
Jojoba Oil is suitable for all skin types, it helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and stretch marks.
Shea Butter can be used for a range of skin conditions, including dryness and stretch marks.
Sweet Almond Oil can help improve skin complexion as well as reducing dark circles to provide a fresh, dewy complexion.
Like most oils, Sweet Almond Oil is a great way to nourish the hair and inject some much needed moisture.
Castile Liquid Soap can be used as a hair cleanser when mixed with water.
It is also a gentle alternative to soap bars and facial cleansers, particularly helpful for those with sensitive skin.
A few drops on your toothbrush also makes an excellent toothpaste.
Epsom salt (also known as magnesium sulphate) helps to remove hair spray and volumise hair when combined with conditioner and warmed in a pan.
Epsom bath salt can also be used as a facial cleanser or exfoliator to remove dead skin and dislodge blackheads.
Foot odour, rough skin and aching feet can also benefit from soaking in a bath of Epsom salt and warm water.