Treating Summer Skin

Treating Summer Skin

During the summer months, when our skin is exposed to sun, sweat, and environmental pollutants, dead skin cells can accumulate on the surface, leading to dullness and rough texture. By...
June 21, 2024 — Deborah Burnes
Embracing the Power of Plant-Based Skincare: Nature's Bounty for Radiant Skin

Embracing the Power of Plant-Based Skincare: Nature's Bounty for Radiant Skin

In recent years, the skincare industry has witnessed a remarkable shift towards plant-based formulations, and for good reason. As consumers become increasingly mindful of what they put on their skin,...
May 31, 2024 — Deborah Burnes
Unveiling the True Essence: Plant Hydrosols vs. Floral Water

Unveiling the True Essence: Plant Hydrosols vs. Floral Water

In the realm of skincare and aromatherapy, the market is flooded with an array of products claiming to offer natural benefits. Among these, plant hydrosols and floral waters stand out...
May 10, 2024 — Office -Sumbody
Sumbody Natural Shampoo and Conditioner with Rosemary, Acai, Bamboo, Balsam. No parabens, no sulfates, no artificial fragrances.

Nourish Your Hair: A Guide to Natural Ingredient Shampoos

In the realm of haircare, the quest for luscious locks often leads us down aisles lined with an array of shampoo options. However, amidst the abundance of choices, discerning consumers...
February 15, 2024 — Deborah Burnes
Handmade & Heartmade - DIY Masks for Mother's Day

Handmade & Heartmade - DIY Masks for Mother's Day

Every year in May we’re reminded to show our love and appreciation for our mothers. As both a mother and a daughter, I value Mother’s Day as a chance for thoughtful acknowledgment. Ideally, we show our mothers kindness and affection every day of the year. But in reality, it’s easy to let these simple observances slip through the cracks and fall to the wayside as we get caught up in daily life. Mother’s Day acts as a reminder, a prompt, to shower Mom with the love and accolades she deserves.
May 04, 2023 — Deborah Burnes
Did Mother Nature Make That?

Did Mother Nature Make That?

Which ingredients are best for your skin? This is a hot topic. Companies spend a lot of time, money, and resources enticing consumers to buy products containing newly discovered “miracle” ingredients. Truth be told, Mother Nature has all the ingredients we need and looking to the earth itself can often solve our skin issues.
March 31, 2023 — Deborah Burnes
Tags: Wellness
Time for a Detox

Time for a Detox

There are many signs your body uses to communicate with you. They can be visual, physical, and/or emotional. Symptoms can come and go, change, or be persistent. However, once you learn what to look for, you have the power to be proactive and lessen the stress on your skin and body.
January 03, 2023 — Deborah Burnes
Tags: Wellness
Fall In Love with Your Skin

Fall In Love with Your Skin

Fall: The leaves start to change, and the air grows crisp. It’s a transitional time when we begin hunkering down, preparing for winter and the holiday season. So, what does...
September 30, 2022 — Office -Sumbody
Hair, Feet, Hands and Eyes

Hair, Feet, Hands and Eyes

Our skin can be quite different from thick, rough skin on our feet to the sensitive, thin skinned eye area, and yet hydration is key to perfection in all areas....
August 31, 2022 — Office -Sumbody
The 7 Summer Fruits You Should Be Using Now

The 7 Summer Fruits You Should Be Using Now

There is nothing like summer’s bountiful harvest to renew and rejuvenate both your skin and overall health. It seems so simple, but the healing properties of the season’s fruits are...
August 01, 2022 — Office -Sumbody
Summer Skin

Summer Skin

The weather affects us in so many ways. When it shifts, so do our habits, often without us even realizing. The changing seasons also influences our mood, which influences what...
May 31, 2022 — Deborah Burnes
Let me tell you about the birds and the bees and the…

Let me tell you about the birds and the bees and the…

Birds, some of the most sensitive creatures react to toxic chemicals in their environment. They are particularly sensitive to airborne gas emissions—even in small dosages. Some of the toxins that affect them are things we expose ourselves to daily.
April 26, 2022 — Deborah Burnes