Steph Wearne is a Nutritionist and holistic foodie whose recipes are a revelation for anyone wanting to fuel their body with good food that is balanced, easy and seriously delicious! As well as being a creative recipe developer that has contributed to many books, Steph is also a cooking class guru and loves to share her passion and knowledge around nutrition through her blog – Body Good Food, as well as seminars and speaking events. When she isn’t in the kitchen, Steph is running a training and nutrition studio in Melbourne) with her partner Jack, and is also Head of Nutrition for 28 By Sam Wood. In her spare time Steph loves to downward dog, go on coastal or country road trips, and eat chocolate…dark and homemade of course!
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Erin is an experienced and passionate Chiropractor, based in Sydney, Australia. In over 12 years of clinical practice, she has been driven by a passion for helping people realise their innate potential and get more out of life. Together with Floor Hendricks, she created Nourished Nederland, a one-stop online shop for natural health & beauty products for the people of Netherlands.
‘It would appear that in this fast-paced time not only are our lives becoming busier and more complicated, our bathroom cabinets and makeup bags are too!
I have definitely been guilty of making my beauty routine way more complicated than it needs to be. Lured in by the beautiful design and packaging of a myriad of products that all claim to do something wonderful yet unique for my look. That is until l discovered the joy of multi-functional beauty products! I have since found that choosing products that fulfil multiple purposes have many benefits beyond simplifying my daily ritual. Read More
There are so many products to choose from these days. We want it all: performance, longevity, the right price. If you’re conscious of the environment, you want your purchases to make as little impact as possible. So what does this mean?
When we start to be aware of the huge amount of energy it takes to product a single item – in terms of electricity, water, human hands and other resources, it changes the way we view the world. You only have to watch one video of all the rubbish in the ocean to feel a little overwhelmed. We live in this beautiful world, but it seems so much of what we do is having a negative impact! Read More
Highlight your eyes. They frame our face, they are how we connect to others. Attention to the simple things can make a world of difference. We like bright eyes, long lashes & tidy brows as basic steps to a great natural look. Forget the extras we’re going back to basics!
- Eye health is important. Treat your eyes to natural products. They are sensitive and can react to chemical products.
- Change your mascara and eyeshadow every six months to keep your eyes fresh
- A layer of clear mascara on your eyebrows can work wonders!
- If your brows are sparse, use a natural eyebrow pencil
- Wash your makeup brushes. It’s a good idea to invest in new ones when they are starting to shed hairs and feel tough on skin.
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Diana Tencic, health and fitness expert at BodyBeWell, shares this beautiful and easy recipe with us. Enjoy!
“What you will need:
- 1 punnet of ripe strawberries greens removed and sliced
- 1/2 punnet of fresh blueberries
- 1 teaspoon of rice malt syrup
- 1/2 a small cinnamon stick
- small pan
- 1/4 cup of water
Volumising mascara made with mamey and avocado oils, considered to stimulate growth, regenerate and strengthen lashes. Waterproof, smudge-proof, full black coverage and amazing 24-hour wear. Perfect for day or night to suit your busy lifestyle. Made with the highest quality natural ingredients and friendly to sensitive eyes. For a natural look or high glamour.
A unique waterproof mascara to rely on. Read More
Find your way to beautiful skin with a few drops of this fast absorbing, lightweight, balancing nectar.
Nourishing botanicals give a dewy glow while deeply revitalising skin. Infused with Australian blue cypress, camellia, jasmine flower, jojoba, cedar wood & rice for a visibly youthful dewy complexion. Natural antioxidants, non-oily radical hydration, anti-inflammatory properties & omegas combine to help smooth your skin and reduce the signs of tiredness and sun damage. Read More
Jennifer Nini is a writer, activist and certified organic farm owner. In 2010 she created Eco Warrior Princess, which she describes as a media brand that is redefining what it means to live green. Read here her expert tips for a healthy and green life.
– What do you look for in a brand when choosing to work with them?
First, I have to like the offerings, so I look for any of the combination of traits: creative design, skill, innovation, appealing packaging, beautiful imagery and branding and an origin story that weaves in ethical and sustainable elements. Read More
Our new range of botanical skincare is designed for all skins and genders. We have specifically formulated each product to enhance, repair and protect everyone’s precious skin.
Skincare is no longer just a ‘female’ thing – and we are thrilled! This makes total sense because skin is skin and all skin needs cleansing, nourishment and hydration. If there’s a guy in your life who could do with a skin boost, or if you want to share your products with someone special – here’s how:
- ginkgo micellar water – all-in-one cleanser to wash off the day, refresh skin after sleep, remove dirt, sweat and pollution. Use morning and night.
- herbal face tonic – this facial mist is great in the mornings to kick off the day. Also excellent to keep at your desk to hydrate skin throughout the day, or in a bag to help skin recover from exercise, sun, swims or travel.
Inge Sengelmann is a somatic psychotherapist and certified ParaYoga teacher, initiated in the Himalayan Tantric lineage of Sri Vidya. ParaYoga is a living link to the ancient traditions of yoga, meditation, and tantra.
“Once we engage on a spiritual path, and connect with the lofty ideal of enlightenment, it is easy to interpret our human emotions as representative of our lower mind and animalistic impulses. While, indeed, they are sourced in our desire to survive, reproduce and thrive, simply ignoring or suppressing our emotional nature can lead us to engage in what psychologist John Welwood termed “spiritual bypassing.” This can lead to disturbing, if not dangerous, rearrangements in our psyche that can lead to self-destructive, impulsive/compulsive behaviours, and even to psychosomatic disease and chronic illness. Read More