Cannot wait for this to arrive, 6 working days to go!
Silver curry plant. I have had a look online but am still not sure if its edible or not as its not the same plant as the curry leaf used in many Indian dishes.
The aroma is fantastic and it might well inspire a few more curries in the rustic kitchen :-)
Post holiday house blitz this weekend! Going to make some new room odourisers and carpet fresheners. Will post some pics at some point :-)
These look absolutely fantastic!!!
Yes, this is exactly what we are looking to do!
jar of #chocolate soap. Tasty clean perhaps?
We’ve decided to create some new items inspired by some of the spa treatments that we have been researching, only ours are completely home made and 100% organic.
Our latest item is an oatmeal and brown sugar exfoliator designed to deeply cleanse and moisturise the skin. We have a couple of tweaks to make but so far it is coming together better than we first expected.
Our most used essential oil at the moment is peppermint. Its fresh scent helps to energise both the body and the mind as well as assisting with concentration. You can also add a couple of drops to bath water to provide a soothing sensation for the skin.
It has quite a list of health benefits too, from helping with headache and migraine, to gum health and promoting healthy digestion as well as been used as an aid for IBS.
We have been using this oil seemingly all the time lately: namely in our aromatherapy gels and melts as well as in our invigorating body scrubs and hand soaps.
A delivery of Soy Wax arrived at the Rustic Kitchen yesterday, along with some Jade natural food dye. I havent used this colour before so I am looking forward to seeing how good it looks.
We will be making some essential oil wax melts tonight for the craft fair and following the green theme will be making peppermint and eucalyptus scented ones. The house will smell nice for sure this evening!
I will post some pics later.
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