24 mar 2017
Natural products are not the same as their chemical counterparts. The unpredictability of nature requires understanding and patience. We have not been conditioned to appreciate patterns, fluctuations and cycles of life, therefore we find ourselves slightly off kilter as we strive to reconnect to our natural world. Oils harden in the cold. Cream may separate in the heat. Butters granulate. The...
02 jan 2017
all natural skin care for winter elements cold
While surfing for winter tips, I found some interesting suggestions.  While I did not agree with everything said, (some of the recommended moisturizers would do just the opposite), I liked the main tip categories and decided to share some with you. When appropriate, I suggest some Earth to Body products to help. 1. Stay cozy but at a comfortable temperature:  Too warm a room will dry you out. ...
23 oct 2016
Halloween is here.  Party weekend.  Dress up.  Monday night ‘trick or treat’.  The fun begins. Whether you read this now or later in the week, whether you actually do dress up, paint your face, become someone or something on Halloween, this article applies to all of us, all year long.  All the time. We use cosmetic products on our bodies, daily.  Halloween merely requires excess.  Our concern is...
12 avr 2016
natural skin care products made with honey
It is our pleasure to honour Heavenly Honey, one of our many vendor friends who join the craft show circuit with us. For the past several years we have been purchasing Bill’s natural, unrefined beeswax to make creams and balms. We absolutely love the naturalness and are impressed with the quality and nourishment that it provides in our recipes.  We use Heavenly Honey beeswax in the following...
22 fév 2016
natural skin care honey
Bees are incredible creatures. They are responsible for pollenating seventy percent of the fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that we consume on a daily basis. They work hard and we appreciate the honey that they forage from flowers, but there is another product that bees produce that we love so much… beeswax!
11 fév 2016
heavenly honey natural skin care nutrition
Honey, I’m home! Every home should celebrate a jar of honey.  Spread it on toasts and breads. Sweeten your biscuits, cakes and muffins.Dress your ham, coat your pork ribs, barbecue chicken wings in a honey sauce.Relax with honey. Sweeten your tea. Savor its goodness.If your throat is sore, sip a honey toddy.Learn to relax in a honey bath..  Add 2 Tbsp honey to a cup of hot water.  Dissolve and...
07 fév 2016
pure neem india natural skin care
Our poor feet.  Weary travelers that they are.They really do get the brunt of things.Toenail woes.  Itchy soles.  Crusty calluses.  Corns that hurt.There are times when we tend to neglect our feet,especially in the winter months when they are under cover.But spring is just around the corner.  Your footwear will be much more revealing.Look at your sandals.  Look at your feet.  Are  you ready?  Are...
04 fév 2016
Shampoo Bars…Ya gotta love ‘em It’s a love affair for most.  Our shampoo bar and your hair! If you have never tried it, you should. Our bars are cold processed soaps chock full of natural oils. (We do not make glycerin based soaps as they have less lather and are less clarifying.)The most important factor is that our bars contain all natural ingredients.The bar lathers nicely, unlike natural...
02 fév 2016
Burkino Faso women extracting shea butter
Where does our Shea Butter come from? We can show you! We at Earth to Body are fortunate enough to have friends of the family who work with the Fédération NUNUNA. Our friends have personally met these hard working women of Burkina Faso, where this miraculous gift comes from. We asked them to take some photos and write a description of this organically grown and fair trade product. We hope this...
10 jan 2016
koala bear eucalyptus
Question the koala about eucalyptus. Watch her grin.  “Hey mate, I sleep in the tree all day long, curled up in my branch nook.  I hang out for a few hours at night, feasting on the leaves. I am all about Eucalyptus." Ask the koala if the leaves make her feel good and she will assure you that she is not ‘high’ as many believe her to be.  "Yes, a little sleepy maybe."  The leaves contain cineole...

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