Saturday, 25 February 2017

The Product: Age-Defying Wrinkle Reducer

Designed For: Women who want to look younger

The purpose of the Age Defying Wrinkle Reducer is to reduced fine lines and wrinkles.

The good: Wrinkles! We all just hate seeing our youthful skin become old and wrinkled, don’t we? The Age Defying Wrinkle Reducer can help your skin to be more wrinkle free and more youthful looking.

Scientists as well as the rest of us know that collagen or rather the loss of collagen is the primary cause of wrinkling. The problem has always been how to deliver whole collagen molecules to through the skin. Collagen molecules are large and the skin cannot absorb them whole…or at least not until now.

The scientists at Hydroderm after years and years of experimentation have developed a way to deliver these whole collagen molecules to the skin through a cream. This is a real scientific breakthrough and was granted a patent by the US government. You won’t find this formula anywhere else or in any product other than the  Age Defying Wrinkle Reducer by Hydroderm.

The Bad: While you may not see overnight results, you will feel them! You need to allow time to penetrate and rejuvenate skin collagen, though you may see visible results in as little as a few days.

The Guarantee: There is a 115% price guarantee offered plus free shipping on domestic orders and no hassle easy returns.

Value for money: The Age Defying Wrinkle Reducer is a very good value.

Saturday, 14 January 2017

Natural Soapwort Shampoo Recipe

This is a great alternative soapwort shampoo which depends on the soapwort (Saponaria officinalis) for sudsiness. For the other additives, you can pick and choose. If you have trouble finding soapwort, just skip it and use pure castille soap which is gentle and natural.

2 cups water
1 1/2 tablespoons dried soapwort root, chopped
2-4 teaspoons herbs (see below), for fragrance and more
A few drops of  essential oils, for fragrance

Chamomile: for healthy hair growth. You can also brew chamomile tea bags in the water before adding the soapwort, to bring out highlights in blond hair
Burdock root: to promote hair growth and reduce hair loss. (Burdock root also has a ton of medicinal properties when consumed as a tea!)
Catnip: for healthy hair growth.

 1. Bring the water to a boil, add the soapwort and simmer for 20 minutes, covered.
 2. Remove from heat, add the herbs and let cool.
 3. Strain the herbs from the liquid and pour into a bottle.
 4. Wait till mixture is completely cooled before adding essential oils otherwise, you'll lose most of them by evaporation right away.
Extra moisturizing:  If you like, you can add a tablespoon of  jojoba oil  or neem oil to the bottle, for extra moisture (neem oil also strengthens keratin, the proteinous substance your hair is made of). Just shake well before applying.
Storage:  This shampoo is best kept refrigerated, or at least in a cool, dark place (which your bathroom may not be if you like to really steam it up). The recipe makes enough for 3-7 shampoos, depending on hair length and thickness. I've found it tends to keep for 8-10 days, longer if you keep the mixture on the heat for a little after adding the herbs.

Use the shampoo like you would a regular shampoo, except don't expect it to be quite as sudsy. Pour onto hands, apply to hair and scalp, and massage through. Rinse, and repeat if desired.