If you’ve recently moved to Dubai and started experiencing inexplicable hair loss, below might be the reason why, especially if your hair was fine before you moved to UAE. When I moved to Dubai almost 9 years ago, I had...
The cauliflower came onto my radar a few weeks ago via a ton of recipe videos on Facebook. They look similar to broccoli, which I find repulsive by the way, but the end results in the videos looked incredibly...
The part 1 of this article was covered in Henna and Mustard Seed. This article will address using henna powder and indigo to dye hair. This method is very safe and lasts for up to 4 months without any...
I’ve written several articles about how the dry and humid environment in Dubai affects hair and contributes to hair loss previously. To mitigate it, it's important to incorporate as many natural and organic products as possible into hair care. The various...
An earlier article addressed how you can get rid of acne scars with a simple treatment with baking soda. You can read the article HERE. Apart from acne, there are many other things you can do with baking soda...
When you start experiencing hair loss in Dubai, one of the first things people tell you could be the cause is the water, which is desalinated. What is Desalinated Water? Desalination is the process of eliminating salt from seawater in...
The hibiscus flower is commonly found in Asia, North Africa and Latin America, and is a symbolic flower in Haiti, South Korea and Malaysia. The flower comes in different colours – white, pink, red, orange, purple and yellow. The red...
This is a continuation of the earlier articles on dyeing hair with natural methods, which are better and preserve the integrity of the hair. You can read the earlier articles on how to dye hair naturally at:- Dye Grey...
Argan oil comes from the nut of the argan tree aka as Argania spinosa, which grows in the Northern African countries of Morocco and Algeria. The nut is encased in a thick shell which is surrounded by a pulpy...
Coconut flowers produce sap, which is aged for 8 – 12 months and allowed to ferment naturally. Subsequently, it is harvested and the resulting end product is known as coconut vinegar. Coconut vinegar has a strong acidic taste similar...