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Embrace the beauty of your skin

Not only are Clemence Organic Australia’s best certified organic and naturopathically formulated skin care, but through the use of ingredients that are not harmful to the environment, sustainable packaging and conscious manufacturing, they help reduce the impact on the environment our skincare routines have every day.

Sea Amour Wellness

Get to know Sea Amour Wellness!

We speak to Kate Sultana, Founder and CEO of Sea Amour Wellness, to gain a deeper understanding of the benefits and ingredients of their 100% Pure Marine Collagen. She shares with us some insights into her business ethics and a yummy energy ball recipe to ensure we’re getting our daily dose of collagen!

Japanese ikigai

The Japanese art of cultivating a purposeful life

What gets you out of bed each morning and propels you forward? Do you want to find more meaning in what you do? Discovering and living in alignment with your personal ikigai is a way to harness the Japanese secret to a meaningful, long and joy-filled life.

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How to live in alignment with nature

Lee Holmes shares with us how she aligns herself with nature! taking rest periods and disconnecting when she needs to (I know, shock horror!)

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Celebrate 50 years of Nature Care College

We sat with the founder of Nature Care College, Catherine McEwan to celebrate 50 years of being at the forefront of natural therapies.

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How to find the best Sustainable & Stylish Footwear

Runners, sneakers and trainers are a massive business, but they also leave a enormous eco-footprint. We track down the most ecologically sound and stylish pairs of shoes.

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Alchemists of Prague

Renaissance Prague was a centre of alchemy and intrigue. The city’s mystery carries on to the modern day and draws travellers from near and far to discover its secrets.

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Life in the Arctic

Take a voyage into the Arctic to observe the lives of the Inuit people and the unique natural environment.

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Are you prepared for the birth of your baby?

Prepare a tool kit for the birth of your baby. You will feel more prepared and comfortable.

Insane Drain on the Membrane: Alcohol and Adolescents

Flick the memory switch and try cast your mind back to the precise moment you were introduced to alcohol. Remember roughly how old you were? Chances are you weren’t quite the legal drinking age and you probably weren’t aware of the threats early introduction to alcohol posed to your mental and social health, just like […]

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Anti-ageing exercises

Whether the five Tibetan rites can make grey hair brown again or restore sexual potency, as has been claimed, they certainly provide a superb energy boost for the day and bring a number of long-term health benefits.

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Is salt bad for you?

Do you know how much salt is in your diet? Many of us consume far too much of it, resulting in health concerns such as high blood pressure and possibly cardiovascular disease and cancer. So how can we control the salt in our diet?

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The low-salt diet

Worried about the amount of salt that might be creeping, unseen, into your diet? Here’s how to eat a low-salt diet without sacrificing taste or enjoyment.

Scar-healing foods

I have a brand new scar just above my right brow that needs to be treated with a lot of loving care – especially if I want it to heal nicely and eventually fade away. The most obvious course of action is topical skin treatments, of course, which I plan on thoroughly researching over the […]

Nobel Prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn

Elizabeth Blackburn has become Australia’s first female recipient of the Nobel Prize for Medicine, along with her fellow researchers Carol W Greider and Jack W Szostak. The trio won the prestigious scientific prize, awarded in Stockhom earlier today, for their discovery of telomeres. Likened to plastic tips that keep the end of shoelaces from unravelling, […]

How to make soap: make your own chemical-free soap

How to make your own chemical-free soap

Not sure what chemicals are in the soap you buy? The easy solution is to make your own. It takes only a small amount of effort and will help to lighten the chemical load on your body.

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The holistic way to beautiful skin

Creating healthy skin involves more than using pricey creams and lotions. What you put in your body will show on your face, so eat the right foods to ensure that you glow from within.

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Your guide to Japanese spa rituals

The experience of staying at a ryokan – a traditional inn built around a thermal spring – is the epitome of grace and not to be missed.