Vegan home-made sugar and coffee scrub - 3 ingredients DIY

27 September

Vegan home-made sugar and coffee scrub - 3 ingredients DIY

  Today I will show you a simple and quick recipe for my favorite sugar-coffee scrub.
This peeling is a great thing for every coffee fan.
It smells beautiful and has very good properties.
It exfoliates, moisturizes and improves circulation.

What you will need:

Coffee grounds
Jar / container for peeling
Essential oil


  I start making the peeling by brewing coffee.
The grounds that were left after it were left to cool, and in the meantime measure the amount of sugar.
I put sugar in a container in which I will store the scrub and when the jar is almost full, pours the contents into a bowl.
It adds liquid oil and 2 tablespoons of coffee grounds.
I mix the whole to get a mass with a fairly close consistency.
If the peeling is too watery, we can add more sugar, if it is too dry, add oil.
Then we can add fragrance oil, although the peeling smells coffee itself.
I added vanilla oil because I like the combination of fragrances.

You can store the peeling in a refrigerator and use it within 7 days.

If you add a few drops of vitamin e, you can extend its durability for a few days.

You can use scrub twice a week and remember not to use it on wounds and irritated skin.



An easy recipe for oat milk – 3 ingredients

25 September

An easy recipe for oat milk – 3 ingredients

  Today I want to share the recipe for oat milk with you. 
I know that there are quite a few types of plant milk, among others soy or rice, nevertheless I stated that I would mention it. Why? 

  Because it is my favorite and it’s quick to prepare (about 2-5 min). It’s also very tasty with coffee, cereal or just for drinking 😉, but moreover it has a high content of vitamin C (per 100 g is 40mg ). 
An easy recipe for oat milk – 3 ingredients

What will you need? (for 400ml): 

  • 3 tbsp of oatmeal 
  • ½ liter of water 
  • ½ tsp of sugar or agave syrup (or another sweetener) 
  Of course, if you want make more milk you need to greater the proportions. This is enough for about five uses when adding to coffee 
Cats also like oat milk ;)
An easy recipe for oat milk – 3 ingredients 

Preparation : 

  Well, it is rather simple and doesn’t require a greater philosophy 😃 
Pour oatmeal and pour water into the blender cup, add sugar (or another sweetener that we prefer) to it. 
Then put a gauze or strainer on the dish in which you want to keep milk (e.g. Glass bottle). 
Then pour the milk from the cup into our dish and close it. 
And it’s ready 😉 

  Just remember to shake before each use! 😀 
Oat milk can be stored in the fridge for 2-3 days. 

 Well... I hope that you will like them as much as I do. 😉 

Take care, 


Vegan Hair Dye - Joanna Naturia Organic gray 314

19 September

Vegan Hair Dye - Joanna Naturia Organic gray 314

  It is very difficult to find vegan hair dyes in drugstore. Recently I found Joanna naturia Organic and it turned out that it has a vegan ingredients and doesn’t contain ammonia or ppd. 
Joanna also doesn’t test their products on animals. 

Manufacturer's description: 

 The Naturia Organic dye line was created especially for people with sensitive skin prone to allergies that need non-irritating products with mild recipes. 
These dyes eliminate highly irritating ingredients such as: ammonia, parabens, silicones and PPD. Ammonia was replaced by monoethanolamine, and silicones - Polyquaternium 22, an aqueous conditioning polymer, highly stable at extreme pH. It prolongs color durability, is ideal for dry hair after chemical treatments. 
The paints have been enriched with organic argan oil, thanks to which it cares for your hair during the dyeing treatment! Long-lasting colors, perfect coverage, and at the same time the care of sensitive skin. Convince yourself of the wonderful properties of Naturia Organic dyes! 
Application tests have proved that dyeing hair with Naturia ogranic paints makes them more moisturized, nourished and extremely shiny. 
Vegan Hair Dye - Joanna Naturia Organic gray 314

My opinion: 

 The dye packaging has a very simple and aesthetic design. It contains dye, oxidizer with the given power (in my case it was 9%), conditioner, shampoo, gloves and instructions. 
 The dye after mixing has a not too nice smell, which, fortunately, disappears after applying to the hair. 
 I applied the mixture on dump hair for 40 minutes. After that time I rinsed it and I washed my hair with the attached shampoo and I put on a conditioner. I used up the whole package of dye on my hair, I think two, maybe even three packages can be useful for dying long hair. The paint lightly brightened my hair. The coloring was delicate and didn’t irritate my skin. 
 Unfortunately, I'm not happy with the color I got. I don’t know if it's because I applied dye on a washed pink color, but it came out honey, not gray blond. 
Hair  doesn’t look damaged after dyeing and the color is shiny. 
Despite the fact that the dye doesn’t contain harmful ingredients, the shampoo contained sls, and the mineral oil conditioner, which I try to avoid in cosmetics. 

I think I will use paint from this series, but in a different shade. 


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