Our favourite thing about DIY cosmetics is that it’s so accessible that most of the time you can make a potent cleanser or a nourishing mask from what’s already in your fridge, because ultimately, the produce you feed your stomach with should be just as beneficial for your skin and hair, shouldn’t it? For instance, take a banana: not only is it rich in vitamins and minerals, it also helps to soften your hair and add extra shine, which makes it a perfect component for a hair mask. Continue reading
Three ingredient pancakes: can you guess what’s in them? You certainly won’t find any kind of flour or milk, but that sounds kinda lame, though doesn’t it? Do you believe that these are gluten and lactose free and don’t require any added sugar, and that there isn’t much difference between these and the traditional version? Believe it. Continue reading
Still hungover after your New Year’s celebration? We’ve been there, so we get it. Here is a perfect cure for you: a smoothie that is full of vitamin C, potassium and some healthy fats to bring you to life and get you started in 2014. Continue reading
With Christmas dinners lining up in front of us and all the heavy food threatening to sabotage the results of our 2013-fitness programs, we think it’s more important than ever to try and keep the Christmas table as light and healthy as possible. However, we do agree that we cannot sacrifice tastiness for healthiness, which is clearly quite a tricky task to resolve. Thus, we’ve summoned our super powers to help us out on this Christmas quest. Continue reading
This is a great seasonal smoothie that will make you feel re-energized. Peanut butter might sound like an unusual ingredient for a smoothie, but it tastes great in combination with banana.