Monday, June 19, 2017

diy juicy watermelon melt & pour soap

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watermelon soap by Stella Crown
Summer is here at last and while I was eating a yummy watermelon, I said to myself that it’s about time to make a watermelon soap, which I see very often on the internet the last few years. So, I made it with the melt & pour method and instead of watermelon seeds, I used poppy seeds which are one the best exfoliants. I must mention that I am very happy because I tried for the first time the swirling method and I can tell that the effort was succeeded and the soapy watermelon peel looks more playful.

Monday, May 8, 2017

diy hemp & snail after shave cream for men

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after shave cream by Stella Crown
I am pretty sure that the special man in your life, whether it’s a father, husband, grandfather, son, will enjoy and appreciate this wonderful recipe I have prepared for a cool and soothing after-shave cream that you will prepare or buy for him.

Friday, May 5, 2017

diy calendula & chamomile soothing baby cream

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calendula & chamomile baby cream by Stella Crown
I wanted to post this recipe since October 2016, when my niece was born, but as usual, I didn’t find the time to do it. Better late than never, so here is the soft & nourishing cream for your baby's delicate skin which is also suitable for older children.. like me for example 😜😂😂

Thursday, May 4, 2017

diy talc-free baby powder

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talc-free baby powder by Stella Crown
They seem innocent but they are not. Let's face it: the standard baby commercial powders contain ingredients that are dangerous to any type of skin, such as talcum powder.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Ρόζα, η τριανταφυλλένια (rose, Rosa L.)

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what a rose can say?
Greek mythology is full of stories about our beloved rose, love stories, stories of mystery and passion; legends or reality? it doesn’t matter. All have said and written to honour the majesty of the king of flowers. Not unfairly.
The rose of Venus which became also a symbol for rebel movements, is grown in Greece since the  Bronze Age, while in China and Persia exist at least for five thousands years. Reports about rose we can find in Herodotus, in Theophrastus and Pliny, while “paved streets with rose petals” can be found in the history of Romans, Egyptians and Persians.