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Tuesday, 04 June 2013



The power of OIL ARGANIC! A unique multi purpose dry oil that is packed with a powerful cocktail of 8 skin healing Plant Oils that regenerate and heal damaged skin from ageing, sun damage, scars , stretch marks, wounds, spots, psoriasis and acne. This wonder oil can be used on skin, hair, and nails, to tackle very effectively a multitude of skin problems and concerns. Promotes rapid healing, noticeable skin rejuvenation, repairing skin damage from the sun and incredibly effective at tackling stretch marks and other skin imperfections. Fragranced with a subtle smell of Roses.

The main ingredient is the Moroccan miracle oil - ARGAN OIL. The Argan tree known as the “Tree of Life” offers amazing skin protection and healing benefits. These sun-protective, free radical scavenging and disinfectant properties are incredibly effective at reversing signs of skin ageing, healing minor wounds, spots, acne and other irritating skin conditions such as psoriasis eczema and dermatitis. Light enough to be used on the face, around the eyes to give an excellent overnight anti ageing facial skin treatment.     


Spray OilArganic dry oil onto the body for an all over hydrating and moisturising effect on the skin. It dries in instantly leaving no oily residue only a silky smooth look & feel to the skin. It can also be used as a pre cleanser to remove makeup - gently rub some of the oil over your face and wipe off with a wet facial wipe or cotton pads - feels gorgeous! 

Moisturise every day with OilArganic after your shower to prolong your TanOrganic. To ensure a perfect finish to foundation mix a drop of OilArganic with your foundation. It will glide smoothly on your skin and give a lovely dewy finish. Spray some OilArganic in the palm of your hand and put through the ends of your hair to smooth out dry flyaway hair and help protect it from environmental damage or rub into your scalp and leave overnight to treat psoriasis or dry scalp. POUR a few drops of OilArganic into your bath for a blissful moment & hydrating treat for your skin.  

OilArganic can be used on the hands to moisturise and on the nails as a non-greasy cuticle oil which will also strengthen weak and brittle nails.

Such a versatile product to have in your vanity arsenal


Posted by: Deborah Chorlton AT 09:50 am   |  Permalink   |  1 Comment  |  Email
Friday, 17 February 2012

When it comes to healthy hair, it's not just what you put on your tresses that count ... it's what you put in your body, too.

Your hair not only forms one of the important aspects of your personality, but also reflects your general health. It is very much vulnerable to the stresses and strains of your everyday life and also gets affected by the type and quality of food that you eat. If you are not taking care of yourself and you are following an unhealthy diet, your hair will tend to lose its shine and bounce and become extremely dull and brittle. You should consume a healthy diet and indulge in regular exercise to ensure that your hair follicles get enough blood and your hair remains healthy.

Find out more about hair care, with the tips given below.

Healthy Hair Tips

• Before washing your hair, always brush/comb it. It will help remove any dirt and dead skin cells from your scalp and hair, while shampooing.

• Massage your scalp at least once in a week with either oil or a hair mask. Keep the oil or mask on overnight and wash your hair in the morning.

• Use lukewarm warm for washing your hair and for the final rinse, try using cool water for shine.

• Avoid using hair dryers and straightening irons as much as you can. Rather, squeeze the wet hair; blot it with a towel and then let it air-dry.

• Never use a brush in your hair when it is wet, try to let it dry first. Always use a wide tooth comb in wet hair as this causes less breakage.

• Cut down on refined, processed and canned foods. Stick to fresh food items as much as possible.

• Get your hair trimmed every six to eight weeks, so as to prevent and to also get rid of existing split ends.

Posted by: Debbie Chorlton AT 01:48 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Thursday, 05 January 2012



You know what I am talking about, it doesn't matter if I put my makeup on before I blow dry my hair or after I have done my hair; its hard to get my makeup on without it wanting to slide straight off my face particularly on those steamy hot humid days. I love living on the coast, but it's one of the down sides to living in this coastal environment!

Tip – What I have found helpful lately is after I have dried my hair, I press the cold air button (most hair driers have this) on my hair drier and blast my face and hair line with it. It not only feels great, it then makes sure your makeup sets if you did your make up first or if you apply your makeup after drying your hair you have cool skin to start with. The extra benefit is that it will also help your hair have a beautiful shine! 

Try it out and let us know what you think? 

Happy Styling!
Posted by: Debbie Chorlton AT 02:18 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
My bleached blonde hair has turned a greenish-yellow colour. Can I fix it? "There is a way to fix the brassiness once and for all! Think of the colour wheel back at school in art class: opposites will counteract. For example, red will eliminate the murky, swimming-pool green, and purple will transform that dull yellow hair to a new sparkling blonde. Use a colour protecting shampoo, gloss or foam to neutralise unwanted shades. Ask your hairdresser or check at your local Hair Supply outlet.

How often should I use a treatment in my hair? "There's a theory that the longer you keep a treatment in your hair, the better it will be. That's a myth. The hair cuticle can only absorb so much at a time. Always follow the instructions on the product. A prescribed treatment once a week is perfect for most hair types, but you need to work out what your hair is lacking, such as moisture or protein."Handy hint: adding heat allows the treatment to absorb into the cuticle more intensely. Try wrapping a hot towel around your hair or if you can, relax in the sun and sip a latte while your hair gets a boost.

How can I fix my split ends and stop them from coming back? "Have a trim every six to eight weeks (even if you're growing your hair), to assist in eliminating split ends. The longer you leave it between salon visits, the longer the split ends become, and soon you'll find you're having more cut off than you wanted. There are products on the market that will help seal the ends for those days when you're having a blow dry, but in the end you need to understand that a split end cannot and never will repair itself – in the long run it needs to be cut off."

I blow dry and straighten my hair most days of the week. Is this really bad for my hair? "The old adage, 'Everything in moderation' is also true when it comes to blowdrying and straightening. The first thing to do before a blow dry is apply a heat protector. Spray a couple of squirts, distribute it evenly and you're good to blow dry as normal.

My hair is crazy curly! How can I make it look more styled and less frizzy? "As a final step give your hair a cool rinse after shampooing and conditioning. This will tighten up the cuticle and add magnificent sheen, and your hair will keep those gorgeous curls. Usually this type of hair craves moisture, so the more you feed your hair, the better it will behave. The best way to style super-curly hair is to add some shorter layers around your face – by doing this you'll avoid that pyramid shape and it will be easier to maintain. To control the curl, try using a medium- to heavy-hold moisture cream. Work it into the hair, then twist pieces into coils five centimetres in diameter, starting at the nape area and working up to your part.

Help! How can I stop my hair from getting so oily? "There's an easy remedy. When the hair is damp, spray some sea-salt spray all over to give instant texture, then blow dry the product in. To keep your hair fresh between washes, try Fudge - Urban Dry Shampoo It's great for combating oily hair. Simply spray onto the roots to absorb moisture and dirt. Brush out and you're left with shiny, non-greasy, fresh hair. So quick and simple!

When I straighten my hair and it's raining outside, it always goes frizzy! What can I use to stop this from happening? "Always hit the cool nozzle on your hairdryer after you've finished creating the shape in your blow dry. This technique will not only impart a luxurious sheen close to the cuticle (it's great for blondes), it will control those unruly frizzles and lengthen the life of your blow dry."

Posted by: Debbie Chorlton AT 10:44 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
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