Who doesn’t love peppermint?
Stop by any well-stocked natural foods outlet that sells essential oils, or visit the website of a producer which prides itself on variety, and you may see nearly 100 different essential oils for sale.
Lavender oil? Peppermint oil? Eucalyptus? Lemon? Sweet orange? There’s no mystery there. Even your pre-schoolers could guess where those essential oils (EOs) are sourced from.
But tea tree oil? What in the world is tea tree? Is it really even a tree?
The shower, while supposedly relaxing, can be a stressful place.
A small appliance always looks great when it’s on display at a store or on Amazon. Gleaming, enticing, perfect. You just can’t wait to take it home or have it arrive on your doorstep.
Essential oils have been around for thousands of years.
If you’re a millennial—or a gen Z’er with great taste in movies—you can likely quote the Mean Girls line by heart.
Allergies don’t just rear their heads during springtime. They can attack your immune system at any time of the year.
In the rush to distribute goods globally and increase production, the well-being of producers and the planet has been last on the list.
There is nothing quite like a hot shower and a fresh towel.
The photos went instantly viral: A young woman, focused and athletic, running the London marathon with a crimson stain across her inner thighs.