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Natural Ways to Combat Dry Hair

December 19, 2016

It’s that time of year again, winter is here and that means dry air is waiting to wreak havoc on your hair from now until spring. However, sometimes the conditioner you use can actually do more harm than good when it comes to treating your dry and frayed hair. So what to do? Well there are some great DIY recipes for hair conditioner to try at home and avoid causing more damage to your already delicate winter hair.


Honey is something of a miracle food. It is often used to treat virtually every ailment you can think of, and it works, not surprisingly, for dry hair too. You’ll want to be careful with how much you use, because it can make your hair overly oily since you’ll also want to mix in some olive oil. But the combination is great for dry hair and smells great.

Mayo and Yogurt

This one sounds gross, but the calcium, protein, and fat in this concoction is great for your hair. You’ll want to lather this one on your hair and then let it sit for about 30 minutes before showering it out. It’s a little bit gross but it’s a great option for taking on dry hair.

Coconut Oil

This is another substance that shows up all the time as options for a lot of cosmetic issues. Coconut oil is highly slick and will give your hair a sleek shine as well as make it smell amazing while delivering some much needed vitamins to the follicles


Everyone knows avocado make great snacks, great breakfast items, great face masks, but they also make great hair conditioners. The amino acids in avocado is something your dry hair craves and it’s great as a moisturizer. This is another one you’ll want to sit in your hair and rinse out, it might not be the best smell, but the effects on your hair are totally worth it.

Shea Butter

This one provides a similar sheen power as the coconut oil and, depending on the kind you get, can make your hair smell great too (at least better than mayo and yogurt). This is one you’ll want to massage into your head to get the full effect of the vitamin E and then rinse out for sleek, shiny, and healthy hair.

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Natural Ways to Deal With an Outbreak

December 07, 2016

A lot of things go into an outbreak of acne, but the treatment for them doesn’t need to be complicated, expensive, or do more damage to your skin. You don’t need expensive cleansers or treatments. There’s a lot you can do with natural solutions and items you may have at home already. If you want an alternative to expensive and possibly harmful acne treatments, here’s a list of some of the best ones that won’t cost very much, are easy to get, and won’t damage yours kin in the cleaning process

Honey Face Washes

There’s plenty of ingredients out there for what could go into a honey face wash, but the important thing here is honey is a superfood packed with all sorts of goodies. Mixing honey with natural apple cider vinegar creates an amazing probiotic treatment to combat bacteria in your pores.

Natural Exfoliants

Exfoliation helps clean your skin of dead cells which can bunch together in pores and causes the blockages that lead to acne outbreaks. Exfoliation should be a gentle process and you only want to use items that will help your skin, not harm it. Sea salt and oatmeal are common exfoliation ingredients and good for our skin while cleaning it out. Brown sugar and coconut oil has also been used in exfoliation treatments as well.


One big way to combat acne, no matter what you use to wash or exfoliate, is toning. Toning is the process of controlling the pH in your skin and “calming” it so a breakout isn’t induced. A natural solution to some expensive toners is apple cider vinegar, particularly those brands that advertise the “mother” culture. This will reduce bacteria and balance the pH in your skin.

Skin care, especially for your face is essentially and can be incredibly tricky. You want to control the bacteria on your skin with natural solutions and try not to irritate it further with the cleansers you use to wash. Using any combination of the above options will protect your face from acne and other irritation.

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How To Avoid/Prevent Oily Skin

November 21, 2016

Oily skin can be the bane of many people's’ sense of self esteem. Oily skin can be irritating, uncomfortable, and lead to plenty of other skin issues as a result. But it isn’t something you just have to tolerate, even if your oily skin is the result of genetic conditions. It’s treatable, preventable, and not something you have to live with your entire life. There’s plenty of remedies, from products to use and habits to keep when it comes to keeping your skin clean.



For this, the best choice is to drink as much water as you can during your day. And we’re talking real, clean water, not juice or soda. This can prevent wrinkles and help prevent dryness of the skin. Dehydration catalyzes changes in your oil glands and triggers them to overproduce. Drinking water and keeping your hydration levels stable will prevent this change. You can double on this by adding fruits like lemon or blueberries to your water to provide additional nutrients.


Change Your Face Washing Routine


You want to be gentle when washing your face. You can do this a few ways. One way is to not scrub too hard while washing. Another is to employ the use of a soft, gentle scrub that isn’t irritating to the skin. You also want to cut down how much you wash your face as over washing can trigger the skin to make additional oils. But keep your washing schedule at twice a day, one in the morning and once at night to keep the pores clear without overworking the skin.


You’ll also want to apply toner to places of high oil content on your skin. With this you need to be careful since applying toner to the whole face will result in over drying the skin and creating flaky patches. You want to only target the problem, oily areas of your skin. Another option is to utilize a clay mask. You’ll want to do this sparingly, but clay masks will dry out the skin and help absorb oil if you need a quick fix. But you don’t want to over due it as it could over dry your skin, much like the toner.


Lifestyle Changes


These are going to be what really does the trick long term to make sure your oil skin is kept at bay. Start by eating antioxidant rich food like blueberries, plant protein, and brightly colored vegetables. Take in some omega 3 fatty acids like those found naturally in seafood. Eat natural and organic as much as possible to avoid unneeded chemicals and try to work small amounts of chocolate into your diet to help your skin.


Exercise is also a part of this. You’ll want to stay active as much as possible (or as much as your schedule allows). Cardio exercise reduces stress, releases endorphins, and helps to keep your body, and your metabolism, churning and avoiding lethargy that could result in overproduction of oils.


Oiling skin doesn’t have to be your reality and there’s plenty of ways to deal with it naturally without using harmful chemicals or making the situation worse. Look at all your lifestyle choices to help keep that oily skin at bay and your face shining and naturally happy.
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Top 5 Essential Oils That Are Important For Your Skincare and How to Use Them

November 18, 2016

Essential oils have been increasing in popularity for their therapeutic and invigorating effects on our health. It wasn’t long before they were also recognized as important and effective elements of good skincare, especially as they are not only powerful but also natural skincare products. Keeva Organic’s launched a line of essential oil remedies to rave customer reviews and we want to spread the knowledge!

Here are the Top 5 essential oils you should add to your skincare routine:



Widely known for it’s use in relaxing aromatherapy, lavender also soothes skin and has anti-inflammatory properties which is ideal for treating burns or eczema. Lavender also boosts blood circulation which promotes healthier skin, balanced tone and healing. It’s also been discovered to pack quite the punch! Lavender has antiseptic properties that fight bacteria causing acne and antioxidants helping to rebalance your skin and repair the damage done by toxins and pollutants.  

Lavender has a long history of usage from people all over the world including:

  1. Cooking: Lavender is part of the herb and mint family and the dried flowers are widely used for tea or as a garnish.
  2. Therapy: The flowers are distilled and made into oil which is used for everything from aromatherapy to wound treatment due to the antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
  3. Scent: Lavender has long been a popular fragrance which comes at no surprise considering it’s added benefit of sparking relaxation.

How to Use it

Dab clean cotton in lavender oil and press onto the affected area, leaving on overnight for best results. You can also mix 2.5 parts water and 1 part oil to create a toner for daily use. Shake well and apply after cleansing the face.



Not something every natural ingredient can claim, geranium oil is effective in treating wrinkles! In fact there have been quite a few essential oils that are noted to fight aging. An astringent by nature, it promotes contracting of the skin, and even larger areas such as your muscle. This same contracting effect aids in quicker healing by promoting blood circulation and closing of open wounds. Geranium also has antibacterial properties that help in the fight to keep the skin surface clean and outbreak free. Last, but not least, geranium is also a noted depression and anxiety reducer, which helps curb wrinkles and fatigued skin. In fact, there are quite a few essential oils that help you fight aging!

How to Use it

A little geranium goes a long way! Add a few drops to your usual toner or lotion for daily use. For more focused use, add 5 drops to 2 tablespoons of coconut oil or massage oil and massage into the affected area.




A smooth operator, basil oil is best used for it’s anti-inflammatory and skin boosting properties. If you have irritated areas or eczema, basil will soothe your skin and promote healing while fighting any bacteria that may be causing the issue. Basil gives your skin a good boost of Vitamin C, promotes blood circulation and supports your skin’s collagen - which all adds up to a great and natural product for youthful skin.

Basil origins reach to India, where the plant was used in cooking and believed to ward off spiritual evil. It was common in religious burial ceremonies and planted around homes as protection. Interestingly while basil isn’t a foremost ingredient in India, it can be found in dishes all over the world, favored for its deep and strong flavor.

How to Use it

To fight acne mix basil with lemon juice and leave on the affected area for 10-15 minutes. Rinse well and moisturize with a soothing toner or lotion. To soothe an affected area, mix basil with coconut oil or water and consistently cover the area.



Frankincense essential oil is a skincare triple threat! It not only has anti-inflammatory properties that soothe the skin and help treat scars but also helps even skin tone by promoting blood circulation and boosts regeneration of skin cells to repair and revitalize the skin. This means frankincense oil is essential for almost all aspects of skincare, soothing, balancing, rejuvenation and repair.

How to Use it

Just add a few drops to your preferred toner or lotion for daily use. Remember, it’s strong and toxic for you in large doses so be sure to reap frankincense oil’s benefits over a period of time, not all at once.


Tea Tree

Tea tree oil is powerful in skincare and overall health, so much so that it’s been cited to be as effective as chemical treatments, of course without the damaging, harsh side effects. The plant has grown to become the active ingredient in several health products, from toothpaste to beauty, treating everything from warts and acne to psoriasis because of the following properties:

  1. Anti-septic
  2. Anti-Inflammatory
  3. Anti-Fungal
  4. Anti-Bacterial
  5. Disease Prevention

It’s one of the most effective natural ingredients in preventing disease. The healing properties of the Tea Tree leaf, which comes from the Melaleuca tree, was discovered in the early 1800’s. The leaves would be boiled or ground up and applied directly to any wounds which helped people heal faster and fight infection.

How to Use it

Tea tree oil is best used diluted. A 5% solution can be used as a strong toner, coupled with a soothing component, to fight outbreaks and balance oily skin. If your skin is already dry it may be best to use tea tree oil only in concentrated and affected areas. You can also use it to treat viral infections such as cold sores with direct applications 3-4 times a day, though it should never be consumed.

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How To Avoid Bad Tea Tree Oil Products

November 03, 2016

How To Avoid Bad Tea Tree Oil Products

And Choose Products That Will Actually Do The Trick?

“Not All Tea Tree Oil Products Are Created Equal.”

Before you get your hands on a Tea Tree Oil product, it is important to know what the noise is all about.Tea Tree Oil,also called TTO, is one of the most effective acne treatment options and is heavily used in acne products all around the world. However, not all products containing TTO are effective or beneficial. This is because a number of sellers are flooding the market with low quality products to cash in on this opportunity. As a result there are several poor quality products out there that result in no benefits, and may even cause side effects. Hence, it is important to be careful when using a Tea Tree Oil cream.

Pick any TTO product and you will see words like #1 Tea Tree Oil Serum, Best TTO Product printed on it. But, do not be fooled into believing whatever you read. The truth is that most sellers use such words only for marketing purposes or to deceive buyers. Just because a product claims to be the best does not mean that it actually is the best. Always look at the label and study about the product to be sure you only buy the best TTO product. The biggest problem with most sellers is that they either use low quality Tea Tree Oil (not pure) or do not use it in the right percentage.

Tea Tree Oil works, but only when you use pure TTO. You will not see the results you expect if you buy a substandard product.

Why Is Tea Tree Oil the Acne Killer?

Happy WomanTea Tree Oil is not a new product. It is one of the hottest selling essential oils and has been used since Medieval times to cure different health issues, including acne. However, it has gained in popularity over the last few years thanks to new clinical studies verifying its effectiveness not just in treating but also controlling acne and acne marks.

Tea Tree Oil can be used in multiple ways, but it’s best to use it in the form of a cream.

A clinical trial studied the impact of TTO on acne and concluded that ‘Topical 5% tea tree oil is an effective treatment for mild to moderate acne vulgaris’. You can read the full study here.*.

Another study compared a 5% TTO gel to a 5% benzoyl peroxide product for the treatment of acne. The clinical research concluded that TTO had a positive effect on acne and also had no side effects when compared to benzoyl peroxide, which is used in most acne creams and is said to have several negative effects. 

It’s important to note that both the studies used 5% topical TTO. A product that does not contain pure TTO or a percentage lower than 5% will not give you the benefits you desire. Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream contains pure Tea Tree Oil and in the desired percentage making it the best acne cream on the market.

*Results differ from person to person. It is recommended that you speak to a specialist before you use any acne product.

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There is no doubt that Tea Tree Oil is effective in the treatment of acne, but not every TTO product is created equal. You need to keep a few things in mind when buying a TTO product. To make sure you get the best TTO product, we have summarized a few things you need to pay attention to when purchasing a Tea Tree Oil acne cream. You can compare our product to other products on the market and see where it stands.

Here are the criteria:

  • The product must contain 5% TTO.
  • The product must contain 100% pure TTO oil.
  • The product must contain Hyaluronic Acid, which is found naturally in the body but begins to diminish as you age.
  • The product must contain Vitamin E

Have a look at the label before you make a final purchase decision. If you do not see these ingredients then it’s better to look at other options. (check our label here)

A few more things you need to check include:

  • There should be no unsupported facts and claims. If a product claims to treat acne in a day, look for studies or proof to verify it.
  • The product must come with a money back guarantee. If the makers are using the right ingredients, they will happily offer such a guarantee.
  • The product must be manufactured in a safe environment using only approved ingredients.

 Thankfully, Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream fits the bill. It uses pure Tea Tree Oil in the required percentage. We also offer money back guarantee and only use approved ingredients in the production of this magical acne cream. In addition to this, our product also contains Vitamin E and Hyaluronic Acid, which is not found in most other acne products on the market.

Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream Vs. The Competition

Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream compared to other Tea Tree Oil creams



Brand A


Brand B

Pure Tea Tree Oil Yes No No
5% Tea Tree Oil Yes No No
Hyaluronic Acid Yes No No
Vitamin E Yes No No

What About Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream?

Why Is It The Best Acne Cream?

Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream was created to cater to customers who want to get rid of acne but without side effects. Most acne products that are on the shelves are either too expensive or not up to the mark. In addition to this, they contain chemicals such as benzoyl peroxide that often cause side effects like skin irritation and redness.

We have developed Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream with 100% pure TTO, keeping in mind relevant clinical studies. We wanted to provide you with an affordable and effective solution to acne and acne marks, and the result is in the form of Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream. 

At Keeva Organics, we believe in being honest and providing only what we promise. We only quote real studies and present true information to all our customers. We also do not believe in auto-shipping and will only bill you one time.

What Sets Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream Apart From Other Tea Tree Oil Acne Products?

Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream uses 100% pure Tea Tree Oil.
Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream uses 5% Tea Tree Oil.
UKeeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream has Vitamin E.
Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream has Hyaluronic Acid.
Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream comes with a money back guarantee.
Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream only contains FDA approved ingredients.


If you want to try the magic called Tea Tree Oil, buy Keeva Tea Tree Oil Acne Cream today. It will not only help you get rid of acne and acne marks within a few days, it will also add years to your skin making you look youthful and glorious. It uses the highest quality of Tea Tree Oil and has been proven to be beneficial. We are so sure of our product that we offer money back guarantee. Get yours today!

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How To Maintain Strong And Straight Hair

November 01, 2016


Maintaining strong and straight hair, you may want to take the tender natural route. Have straightened hair gently, without strong, harsh chemicals. These ordinary ingredients can help straighten your hair 100% naturally.

These natural remedies should be applied no more than two or three times a week. Daily use could damage and would not be healthy for your scalp and hair.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera contains several enzymes and natural ingredients that encourages healthy hair growth and smooth texture. Softening to the hair. Aloe Vera gel effortlessly penetrates into the hair strands and preserves moisturizing hydration. Since it’s suitable to this moisturizing ability, it can smooth down your hair naturally.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is an extraordinary element for controlling and straightening your hair. Providing the proper chemistry, it restores your hair’s natural pH levels. It also encourages healthy hair growth. It provides you with a healthy and infection-free scalp.


Beer is enriched with nourishing proteins and vitamins. Used regularly, it helps to maintain healthy hair.  Alcohol in beer provides a toxin cleansing and enhances shine properties. Has a softening result with your hair. Boiling beer has been the most beneficial way to use as a hair nutrient. Keep boiled beer in a spray bottle to utilize as a leave-in conditioner.

Castor Oil

Castor oil is very common natural remedy to create straightening for your hair. Provides hydration and moisture. Prevention method for frizz but also fights scalp infection.

Celery Leaves

Celery leaves straighten hair 100% naturally. Provides stimulation for healthy hair growth. Will give you excellent results when used on a daily basis. As with many natural solutions, conditioning your hair after every wash will control and tame frizz to soften your hair.

Coconut Milk

Coconut milk is very nourishing and has the vital moisturizing ability. Provides your hair with a lovely result of healthy shine and smooth texture. Has antibacterial, anti fungal and antiviral capabilities to prevent scalp infection.

Eggs and Olive Oil

Eggs are an essential ingredient for enhancing your hair’s strength and luster. Olive oil will penetrate your hair to provide moisture. Combining these two natural ingredients, will helps to straighten your hair.

Fuller’s Earth

Fuller’s earth is also known as Multani mitti. This can help straighten and tame your hair. For prevention properties to get rid of unwanted frizz. Utilize as a mild cleansing agent to not damage your fragile hair.

Hot Oil Treatment

Used regularly, hot oil treatments are considered one the best method to revitalize your hair. Easily keep your hair silky smooth and well moisturized. For hot oil treatment, the best options to use for relaxation and conditioning are coconut, olive, almond or sesame oil.


Milk is popularly used for the moisturizing and hydrating properties that can smooth hair. The protein in milk nourishes the hair shafts. Creates a smooth and frizz free texture.

Maintaining strong and straight hair has always been a tedious experience. As trends come and go, it looks fabulous on any face type. Straightening hair can enhance your features if worn free flowing or styled creatively in a variety of ways.



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The Exotic Liquid Gold: Miracle of Moroccan Argan Oil For The Bitter Winter Season

October 25, 2016


Argan oil is also known as liquid gold. It’s utilized for the vital health benefits it offers in healing the human skin, hair and nails. The Argan tree is native to southwest Morocco. The exotic Berber women of Morocco are known for their natural and vibrant beauty. The secret is credited to many historical years of applying golden oil on their face, hair and nails on a regular basis.


Tedious extraction of the oil from the Argan tree is quite a task. This process involves so much of labor. Explains the logical reason why Argan oil is so expensive. The tree is native to southwest Morocco. The location of origination is believed to be in a village known as Argana.

The oil is known as liquid gold due because the production is a 100% manual task. It is not a simple task. A liter of Argan oil is produced after more than 20 hours of intensive and manual labor. Argan oil is so expensive that it is considered one of the most exotic oils in the world.

The precious oil is so unbelievably natural that the process of arranging the oil for your treatment has not changed for over a century. This is why pure Argan oil is so difficult to locate throughout the world.

Argan oil has many unique uses in today’s society. So versatile, it  can be used for culinary, medical and cosmetic treatment reasons.

Miraculous Usages

  • Argan oil is phenomenal for the heart.
  • Enhances heart health. At the same time, the oil heals many other diseases in your body. This is the oil is so popular for culinary purposes. The many medicinal uses of this liquid gold are endless. The most people utilize Argan oil for cosmetic reasons.
  • The oil is used mostly used for hair care. It’s very important to also use  for the benefits of your skin care and nail care.

Health Benefits of Winter Season

There are numerous health advantages of using Argan oil, especially during the winter months. The oil is considered one of the best skin moisturizers for you. It helps hydrate and moisturize the skin. The high fatty acid and vitamin E ingredients makes the oil an imperative part of the nutrition for your skin.

  • Dry Skin: For conditions such as flaky skin, eczema and other skin disorders. May prove to be beneficial, from applying the healing oil on their skin. Repair damaged skin with the nourishing fatty acids and vitamin E of Argan Oil. It helps repair damaged skin by providing nutrients to prevent excessive dryness and irritation. The oil contains natural organic ingredients to help soothe your sensitive skin. Apply a drop of Argan oil to the affected area and directly massage the healing oil. Provides your tender skin with immediate relief.
  • Acne: Argan oil can heal acne once and for all. Argan oil soothes the affected skin. This magically provides instantaneous relief from acne. Argan oil is non greasy. The oil is considered one of the best solutions for acne. The oil will provide natural moisture and chemical balance of the delicate skin. The antioxidants help heal damaged skin cells and reduce the inflammation related to acne.
  • Stretch Marks: The development of stretch marks is very common during pregnancy. These marks are associated with rapid weight gain or loss. Argan oil is one of the most successful treatment methods to reduce stretch marks The antioxidants in organic Argan oil are helpful in protecting and healing cracked skin. Damaged skin, irritated and even burned skin are also soothed with the use of the healing oil. Used as a preventive measure for dry and sore skin, the oil is effective in reducing inflammation and pain. Increase the healing rate of your skin by applying a few drops of Argan oil onto the affected skin area. Try to massage it for 4-5 minutes. Apply on a daily basis to enhance and expedite healing of your skin. High vitamin E content helps boost the elasticity of your skin. Rub a few drops of Argan oil into the breasts, buttocks, stomach and massage into the sensitive areas.
  • Nails: Argan oil is great for your nails. Especially during the winter months. Moisturize and soften your nails. The nails on your hands and feet develop and become quite strong and healthy after repeated use. Massage a few drops of Argan oil into the nails, cuticles and hands before bedtime.
  • Lip Balm: Argan oil is also considered the best organic lip moisturizer. The lips can become very sensitive to the dry winter conditions. Soothe dry and sore lips that are due to bitter conditions. Also known to enhance and help your lips stay plump and soft.
  • Youthful Glow: Argan oil has a high level of antioxidants and vitamin E. Is one of the best anti aging products available. The oil produces a youthful glow to your skin. Drastically improve and reduce the wrinkles of your skin.

Argan Oil is known to organically be an unsurpassed product to give your skin a natural boost. The non-irritating, easy-to-absorb and non greasy oil is easy to use all over your body. It's also very beneficial for the face and neck skin. Use daily to develop a natural glow and flexibly hydrated skin.


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Tea Tree Oil: Inspirational Advantages During The Cold and Flu Season

October 21, 2016

tea tree oil for cold and flu remedy

Start using tea tree oil as soon as you start feeling run-down. Experts say that there is a very narrow window during which you can head off a cold before it starts. At the first sign of a cold, turn on your diffuse. Scenting a room with the right essences can alleviate the symptoms of a cold or the flu.

The Basics

  • Immune System: Stimulating the immune system, you can use a diffuser to disperse tea tree aroma throughout the air. Use this method on a regular basis. Massaging into your soles of the feet will increase your immunity.
  • Inflammation: Massage tea tree oil over and around the area of inflammation. Gently and always rub towards the circulation of the heart. Diffusing and inhaling the tea tree oil directly or indirectly is soothing for any type of inflammation.
  • Allergies: Using tea tree topically, massage into the chest or abdominal area. The tender reflex spots of the feet bring relief to symptoms that irritate your system and cause allergic responses.
  • Bacterial Infections: Using topically, massage tea tree oil into the reflex spots of the feet. Add several drops to a spa bath or carefully apply over an infection area. Healing is promoted and pain alleviated.
  • Asthma: Add a few drops of tea tree oil to water and heat. When cooling, drape a towel over your head and breath in for a few.


Lung Remedies

  • Asthma: Add a few drops of tea tree oil to a pan of water and heat to steam. While cooling, draping a towel over your head and breathing in for a few minutes, will alleviate inflammation and open bronchial airways.
  • Bronchial Congestion: Use as instructed for Asthma. Add 5 – 10 drops tea tree oil to 1 ounce of carrier oil, and massage into the chest region and throat. Repeat 2 – 3 times during the day.
  • Emphysema: Use as directed for the relief of bronchial infections. For a vaporizer, add 10 drops tea tree oil to steam and leave on 5 – 10 minutes.


Throat Remedies

  • Sore Throat: Adding 2 drops of tea tree oil to 1 cup of warm water with a pinch of sea salt to gargle with, repeat 2-3 times a day. Do not swallow!
  • Laryngitis: Add 5 – 10 drops of tea tree oil and a pinch of sea salt. Try adding to 1 cup of warm water, then gargle 2-3 times a day. Do not swallow!
  • Staph Infection: The best is to use tea tree oil topically. Try rubbing into the soles of your feet to increase the immunity and fight infection.
  • Tonsillitis: Inhale from steam water with tea tree oil, gargle, then massage into neck are and soles of your feet.


Ear Remedies

  • Earache and Infection: Add 2 – 3 drops of tea tree oil to 2 tbsp warm virgin olive oil. Drop a small amount into the aching ear, tilting head to one side for a minute or 2. Use a cotton swab to absorb excess oil. Repeating 2 – 3 times daily.

Tea tree oil is a powerful healing oil that can be used in many instances including a cold/flu. Use these remedies the next time you feel a cold approaching. 

To know more the other uses of tea tree oil, check out these helpful articles below:

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The Four Holistic Secrets of Tea Tree Oil For Physical Spiritual Health

October 21, 2016

The Four Holistic Secrets of Tea Tree Oil For Physical Spiritual Health


The ancient mystery of tea tree oil healing by the natives of Australia, improved our traditional medical conditions. Melaleuca species also grew in Guatemala, France, China and Florida. With secrets that enhanced your mental, physical and emotional balance, tea tree oil or snake oil was commonly used in the sense of all well-being. The benefits were to assist and   establish over all positive health and inner-spirit.


  • Ancient native populations enjoyed the support for healthy immunity and skin.
  • Tea tree oil has very mysterious anti-viral, anti-fungal, and antibacterial properties.
  • The natural healing oil is very high in effective anti-inflammatory agents.

Most commonly used topically due to its powerful cleansing characteristics. The essential oil of tea tree has balsamic properties that generally boost health. It promotes the absorption of nutrients from food and gives protection from diseases as well, meaning that overall it is a positive addition to our lives. The Cicatrisant assets of this essential oil make it mend wounds quickly and protect us from infections. Additionally, it can assist to neutralize or diminish the scar marks and after spots, especially from acne.

Tea tree oil is an efficient insect deterrent and insect killer. It does not let parasites and other insects like mosquitoes, fleas, lice, or flies come near someone who has rubbed some of this oil on their bodies. It destroys internal insects and parasites, because it can be absorbed by your body and skin.


Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil is refreshing and cleansing. It has a strong herbaceous and woody scent. Essential oil eases mental stress and purifies the mind and body of emotional wounds.

  • Helps soothe unstable mentality. The fragrance assists those who would like to be a little more calm and self-sufficient.
  • Helps eliminate negative aggression and unnecessary influence. Once old wounds are released, the body can then change the behavioral patterns that led to the wound.
  • It has been known to treat and help many sufferers of mood swings, panic attacks, manic episodes, anxiety and depression. Its aroma is relaxing and renewing for many psychiatric conditions, both acute and chronic.
  • Many individuals prefer holistic relief to these symptoms because they suffer less dangerous side effects.
  • Tea tree oil is very helpful for fatigue and chronic fatigue syndrome. The essential oil stimulates memory, perceptions and cognitive thinking processes. When these senses are stimulated, clearer thinking will come to surface.
  • The highest concentration is established to balance mental brain chemistry.


Tea tree is a popular oil that is regularly incorporated into hair care products and skin lotions.The stimulant property of tea tree essential oil can be very beneficial for taking care of certain hair conditions. If you suffer from dandruff or hair loss, simply apply a diluted amount of tea tree essential oil to your scalp. The increased blood flow that you experience will help your follicle stay healthy and strengthen the hold on your hair, so you won’t suffer from premature hair loss. Also, since the skin will become healthier, it will be easier to keep moisturized, reducing the amount of dandruff and dry skin!

 Therapeutic Massage

  • Add 8-10 drops of essential oil per 1 ounce of carrier oil. Apply a small amount directly to areas of concern, such as muscles, skin, or joints. Work the oil gently into the skin until it is fully absorbed.

 Aroma Therapy

  • Inhale the aromatic vapors directly from the bottle, or place a few drops in a vaporizer, burner or diffuser to fill a room with its scent.

 Spa Bath

  • Add 3 to 5 droppers of essential oil to your bath water. Not only are you able to inhale the tea tree vapors, but it’s also absorbed into the skin.


The emotional roots are often associated with distrust of self or others, guilt and shame. This can be released with the assistance of Tea Tree. In the center of our bodies, are the 7 chakras that our inner- body energy flows through. The oil will actually expand all the chakras and then align them with the Crown Chakra.

The Crown Chakra is the highest and symbolizes the ability to be connected spiritually. This chakra represents inner and outer beauty. The location is magically on top of your head.

The corresponding chakra colors are yellow and blue. Yellow represents our Solar Plexus Chakra and the location is upper abdomen in your stomach. This affects you worth, confidence and esteem.  Blue is the Throat Chakra and symbolizes communications and self expressions. It signifies trust and keeping secrets.

Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS)

Tea tree or snake oil is very effective in treating many conditions for not only traditional medicine, but to enhance and benefit your mental, physical and emotional well being.

Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition. Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil is Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) for internal consumption by the FDA. Basically, there are improved oils to use for internal use that have similar properties. Children under 6 years old should avoid Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil as a dietary supplement. It's advised that children over 6 years old, use carefully and cautiously.

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Home Remedies for Dry and Damaged Hair

September 30, 2016

home remedies for dry and damaged hair

Hair that lacks the ability to retain moisture simply cannot maintain its natural shine, texture, and smoothness.

Hair damage primarily occurs due to losing its natural oils which are typically brought about by sunbathing, swimming in a heavily chlorinated water, over-reliance on hair dryers and other hair styling products. People with naturally dry skin also find themselves dealing with hair damage.

Prior to social engagements, we just love making a trip to our hairstylist, hoping to get that perfect Rihanna or Beyonce inspired look, unbeknownst to the havoc these harsh hair styling products can wreak on our hair. Is it really worth losing the natural look and beauty of your hair?

What you need to do before anything else is take care of hair problems like dandruff, split ends, dry hair, hair fall and itchiness in the scalp.

Soothe your dry and frizzy strands with these natural remedies instead of blowing away hundreds of dollars on hair treatments that only yield temporary results and often do more damage than anything else.

Reverse Damage with Avocados

Take a ripe avocado with the pit removed and mash it. Now mix it with an egg and apply the mix on wet hair. Avocados are rich in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids that can restore the natural shine of your hair. Leave the mix on for 20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly. To repair damaged hair, use this remedy once a week and to maintain your hair’s healthy luster, use it at least once a month.

Treat Hair with Botanical Oils

Using botanical oils on your hair is an excellent remedy for restoring natural shine and texture. You can easily find oils like tea tree oil, jojoba oil, olive oil and sweet almond oil at any health food store near you. For thick and voluminous hair, coconut oil works best. Apply each oil at a time on wet hair and massage your hair and scalp using circular motions. Wrap your hair with a shower cap or warm towel and leave it on for at least 30 minutes.  Wash thoroughly with a natural shampoo, which contains tea tree oil or argon oil, as the active ingredients in those oils further, boosts the health of your hair.

Massage in Butter

For brittle-free hair, use a small amount of butter at least once a week. Apply it directly on dry hair and massage. Put on a shower cap and leave it on for 30 minutes. Butter is great for treating dry hair and giving it a glossy shine.

Rinse with Tea

Tea is not only a great remedy for a sore throat but also works well to treat dry and damaged hair. Use a quarter cup of freshly brewed warm tea to rinse your hair right after shampooing. Tea is ideal for restoring luster and protecting the color of your hair. Therefore, make sure to choose the right tea according to your hair color. For example, use chamomile tea for blonde hair and black tea for black or dark-colored hair.

Apple Cider Vinegar Mask

You will notice instants improvements in your damaged or dry hair after using this mask for the very first time. Mix 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, 2 tablespoons of olive oil and three egg whites. Dampen your hair and apply the mixture. Cover your head with a shower cap and rinse thoroughly after 30 minutes.


Treat your damaged hair with eggs; egg yolk works as a natural moisturizer and conditioner for dry hair. You can mix eggs with certain oils depending on the kind of results desired.

Mix 2 tablespoons of coconut or olive oil with 3 whole eggs and stir well. Include one tablespoon of honey in the mixture and a few drops of lemon juice. Mix well and apply on dry hair. Leave it on for 30 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water. This happens to be an excellent remedy for frizz-free and glossy hair.

Yogurt also works wonderfully when mixed with eggs. Mix half a cup of full-fat yogurt with two eggs and add some almond oil. Mix the ingredients well until the mixture turns creamy. Apply thoroughly and cover your hair with a hot towel. Give it a nice rinse after 30 minutes.


Bananas not only taste great but can also be used to treat dull, dry and damaged hair owing to its rich the vitamins, antioxidants, and potassium content. Mash two bananas and add one tablespoon each of coconut oil, olive oil and honey in the mixture. Apply the paste on wet hair and rinse with a natural shampoo after 15 minutes.

Preventive Measures

After you step out of the shower, don't dry off wet hair by rubbing them with a towel. Instead, keep them covered with a cotton towel for a few minutes which naturally absorbs water and dampness. It's a great hack to prevent hair fall and split ends, which are two major causes of hair damage.

Your home heating system drains moisture from the air, which can dry out your hair prematurely. Restoring the moisture in the air by using a humidifier at night can help your hair stay moisturized.

If you usually wear your hair in a ponytail, undo it for a few hours a day to give your hair a break. Also, try not to pull your hair back too tightly. Avoid sleeping while leaving any sort of accessories in your hair.

Give these convenient home remedies a go and enjoy your hair in all its natural beauty and glory. You can also try our shampoo and organic conditioner for excellent results. Our products are made from 100% pure ingredients including tea tree oil, coconut oil, and argan oil. Plus, our hair products are sulfate free, which means you can use them without any worries.
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