Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Apothecary Extracts 100% Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil

Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil is an outstanding product if you want an all-natural and effective ingredient for first aid, skin care, household cleaning, hair care, aromatherapy, feminine care, treatment of chronic illnesses, and dental care.

This beautifully scented tea tree oil is contained in an amber bottle. It is sensitive to light and air so packaging is done in such a way that its original state will not be altered, ensuring the quality of the product. It is safely and securely packed in a box and delivered to you via Amazon.

I did not know about the numerous uses of Australian Tea Tree Oil until I saw Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil eBook. You will receive a copy of it when you order the product on Amazon.
Before, the only use of tea tree oil that I know of is for pampering, aromatherapy, massage, and spa procedures. I was so excited to find out its many other possible uses! The eBook contains different recipes using tea tree oil as well as the methods of application. For example, as a skin care product you can use it to make a spot remover, anti-acne, or facial wash. For your body, it can be used as a main ingredient for various types of scrub. You can even use it to make a deodorant, toothpaste, or mouthwash. Tea tree oil is also hair and scalp friendly, they can turn the tide if you are having a bad hair day. The product can be used to make shampoo, conditioner, hair mask, and moisturizing oil. For home care and first aid remedies, tea tree oil can give you relief from a wide range of discomfort such as sunburn and sore muscles. It is also an antibacterial and antiseptic. As for household use it is a good component for detergent, dryer sheet, and all-purpose cleaner. If you love making homemade soaps and stuff, whether to sell or for your own use, consider this product as it’s absolutely perfect for you!

I like pampering myself, and I must say I am enjoying tea tree oil’s many aromatherapy uses; ranging from oil diffuser, air freshener, bath oil, massage oil, bath salt, and potpourri mix.

My first use of Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil was as oil diffuser. As the oil got dispersed in the air, I had assured myself I would be making it again. It reminded me of my trips to the spa, this time just so much better because I am in the comfort of home. I also tried the potpourri and placed it in my bathroom to complement my tea tree oil bath soak and bath salt. So relaxing.

These are just a few uses of the amazing product and the eBook contains various recipes you can try using Apothecary Extracts Tea Tree Oil. You only need a small amount so your bottle goes a long way. It’s truly a wonderful gift from nature.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Eatwell Bingo – A Great Way to Teach Your Kids to Eat Better

Worldwide obesity rates are at an all-time high, with the World Health Organization reporting that rates have nearly doubled since 1980. In 2008, over 200 million men and 300 million women were found to be obese – and a startling 40 million children under the age of 5 were found to be either overweight or obese.

These statistics have blown to extreme proportions in the past decade, with many of today’s generation facing challenges related to obesity and being overweight; such as cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes. Adults who are obese or overweight now struggle to find a way to get into better shape, but a video that recently went viral sheds a new light on obesity:

The video above shows that just like most other unhealthy habits, bad eating habits start from childhood, and the best way to prevent obesity is to educate kids and help them eat healthier while they’re still young.

Of course, every parent will tell you that that’s easier said than done – there’s not a lot that children hate more than being told what they can and can’t do. With studies showing that growing children may behard-wired to like sweets; the importance of teaching them to eat properly is becoming all too real and the U.K.’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has come up with an easy way to accomplish this, all with a fun game of bingo.

Most parents would never think about using bingo as a learning tool, as the game pretty much saw its heyday in the 1960s and has been declining ever since, but advancements in technology have allowed for the game to be transformed into many different variants. In the U.K., the $557-million bingo industry has attracted the most unexpected operators with Iceland Foods – a supermarket chain – launching and The Daily Mail launching Pink Ribbon Bingo to bring awareness to breast cancer. The FSA’s take on the classic game uses bingo cards and calls to teach players about the proper proportions of food, in a game they call Eatwell Bingo.

All of the materials needed to play Eatwell Bingo can be found on the FSA’s website. It’s a great way to help teach kids some fun food facts and get them more involved in planning their own healthy diets, thus nipping bad eating habits in the bud.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

StyloPhora Ice Ball Mold

I have a great find that is perfect for the summer. Literally made to make you cool – the awesome StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds!

StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds are easy to use:

1. Press the top and bottom pieces together.
2. Extend funnel and insert into fill hole, pour 100ml of water (or liquid of your choice) up to fill lines. The air space gives allowance for expansion of ice.
3.  Freeze for 4-6 hours.
4. After freezing, simply pull off the top, then push from the bottom of the mold to pop out your ice ball.

5.  Enjoy your slow melting ice ball with your favorite drink, for maximum chill and minimum dilution!

Our iced mocha and iced coffee :)

These molds are way better than ordinary ice trays. They are not made of plastic so they don’t break. They are made of thick and durable FDA food-grade silicone. Furthermore, the ice ball molds are dishwasher safe and BPA-free. Since the molds are made of silicone, they are also flexible and allow easy removal of ice. They are leak-proof as well.

Ice balls have bigger surface area so they don’t melt fast. They last a lot longer than ice cubes, which have very thin edges than cause them to melt and shrink easily. This means that since the ice balls are slow melting, you can expect less dilution of your drink. Effective in keeping your drink both cold and flavorful!

You can use StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds not only for water, but for other beverages as well. Having a floating ice ball in your drink makes a fun serving of beverage, especially when in different colors for different flavored drinks. They are great for water, iced coffee and chocolate, soda, liquor, juice, and cocktails. They can also be used to slowly mix a flavored liquid to a base drink. For instance, you want to mix a hint of lime to your base liquor. Or you can mold orange juice into an ice ball and put it into your glass of vodka to slowly transform your drink into a Screwdriver. You can do the same for coffee and chocolate to creatively craft a Café Mocha.

StyloPhora Ice Ball Molds can also create ice ball treats for your pet! I have a 2 year-old Havanese and he likes it in his water dish.

If you're feeling even more creative, you can stick a sturdy straw into the hole for an iced lollipop. Maybe I will try the ice ball molds with jelly next time for a spherical jelly fun treat or dessert.

Happy Treasure Thursday!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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