The Essential Blog
A blog by volant, helping people live a natural and healthy life.
Do you want to reduce hair loss the natural way? Then you need rosemary water.Hailed as the new rice water, rosemary water is gentle, effective and incredibly good for your hair. It mitigates hair loss and stimulates growth with every use. Not only can you make this product at home using rosemary essential oil or rosemary leaves, but it’s also safe for all hair types too.
Fresh and crisp smelling, spearmint essential oil boasts an extensive range of benefits that far exceed its fantastic scent. It has been used since the times of the Ancient Greeks for digestive issues, skin problems, headaches, nausea and vomiting. Many people rely on spearmint essential oil for congestion too.
Many people are aware of ylang ylang essential oil’s spiritual and love-inspiring benefits. But did you know that this floral essential oil actually offers quite a broad array of other benefits too?
Known to some as the oil of abundance, orange essential oil is one of those oils that just about everyone adores. With its warm, citrusy scent, people use orange essential oil for skin and hair, as a mood booster, for cleaning purposes and for many other exciting health benefits.
7 ways to be as grateful as a grapefruit and enjoy the health benefits of using just a few drops of zesty grapefruit essential oil. You’re going to want to know more…
With its smoky, woodsy scent it’s no wonder that Cedarwood essential oil is so popular. This oil is extremely comforting and it offers a range of benefits. Some use cedarwood essential oil for skin conditions, occasional bouts of sleeplessness, and it’s great for healthy, shiny hair.
Jojoba oil is a rich, nourishing and highly versatile oil with a wide range of uses, from softening and moisturizing your skin to helping accelerate the healing of wounds. You’ll find it in shampoos, body lotions and so much more, but the kind found as a carrier oil for topical use is the purest source.
Tips & Recipes
Taking a foot bath at the end of a long day has become one of my simple, yet most important rituals. It is something I do at home, in hotels and with hot water in the wilderness.