Colouring - why is it so harmful?

Colouring your hair is all the rage, but is it really as safe as they say? I delve into the depths of the science to investigate.

Fashion Forward Grey

The media has been in uproar since scientists pinpointed a gene responsible for grey hair. But what is the 21st Century's take on it?
grey hair

Showing Grey Gracefully: How To Get The Most Out Of Your Grey Hair...

As recently discussed on Radio 4's Women's Hour by the wonderful Mary Beard and friends, ‘Going Grey’ has always been a bit of a taboo in the beauty world, but when done right, grey hair can look sophisticated and down right beautiful – being a silver fox really IS a thing.

Spring has Sprung

Don those wellies and get out into the countryside. As we say goodbye to winter, indulge yourself in what Nature has to offer.

Argan Oil - What are the Benefits?

Argan Oil is the rarest vegetable oil in the world and it really is as good as everyone makes out!

Goji Berries - What are the Benefits?

Popular with everyone from celebrities to health experts Goji Berries are Nature's strongest Anti-Oxidant, but how can it help my hair? Also known as the “Wolfberry”, this bright orange/red berry can be found covering the landscape of their native China.

Challenge Yourself to a Chemical Free January

Take some time this January to love your hair again. Challenge yourself to say a big NO to harmful chemicals and harness the restorative powers of Nature.

Nature's Best Kept Secret

Everyone is searching for that one treatment that will solve all their beauty woes, leave them looking and feeling refreshed, and not cost the world.
Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera - What are the Benefits?

Aloe Vera is one of the most well known herbal medicines on the planet. It is widely used for cosmetics, hair products and medicines. But why?

The Law of Similars

Homeopathic medicines are prescribed according to natural laws, the most common of which being “The Law of Similars”. The Law of Similars states that a symptom of illness can be treated with substances that actually cause the original symptom; in other words “a stimulant for the over-stimulated”.