The Amazing Benefits of Black Seed Oil for Your Skin
Black cumin (Nigella sativa) – also called black seed, black caraway, Roman coriander, kalonji, or fennel flower – is a member of the buttercup f...Read more
2020, a new decade is upon us. The dawn of a new era. Many people start the new year off with resolutions or mantras such as, “New Year, New Me”, b...Read more
Many people use off-the-shelf commercial soaps in order to maintain their health from day to day, but little do they know these conventional soaps ...Read more
Aromatherapy also referred to as “essential oil therapy”. It can be defined as the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essen...Read more
From as long as I can remember I have always been intrigued by learning about other cultures, their natural remedies, and their beauty secrets. I ...Read more
Have you noticed that your skin changes according to the season? From hot sticky summer days to extremely cold winter days and the in-between weat...Read more
"I want healthy glowing skin!" Many of you have said this. Well, one easy step to take is to exfoliate. What is exfoliation you ask? We will get i...Read more
Welcome back! Let’s recap, in Part 1 of Combating Winter Skin – “Show your skin some love”, we discussed 4 tips. First, we discussed how it was imp...Read more
Living in North Carolina, I have learned that the weather here can be somewhat unpredictable. From 30 degrees Fahrenheit one day and the very next...Read more
The Oxford Dictionary’s definition of self-care is “the purpose of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health”. We can dig a little dee...Read more
Can you believe it’s been a little over a month since the National Folk Festival (NFF) was here in Greensboro? It’s amazing how time flies. Well, ...Read more
The National Folk Festival (NFF) is a national festival that has been taking place in Greensboro, North Carolina for the past 2 years with plans to...Read more
"Some of the herbs I use are from my father’s garden and the Greensboro Farmer’s Curb Market. The palm oil is sustainable. The raw shea butter is fair trade, from West Africa, and all my ingredients are certified organic!
That’s the way I like it – only the best ingredients."
Camilia Z. Majette