As a historian I use the original sources of old recipes and wisdom of ancient cultures’ herbalists and healers. I use this knowledge in my products..
Ancient herbalists’ knowledge still in use
I strongly believe that everyone is naturally beautiful and unique in their own way. That’s why my aim is to enhance the natural beauty and health and to give people the confidence and comfort they deserve. I offer a range of homemade holistic care products that can clear your skin and cleanse the body leaving you feeling healthy, fresh, rejuvenated and relaxed.
As a historian I use the original sources of old recipes and wisdom of ancient cultures’ herbalists and healers. Some of those old receptures are known and often used in our times (e.g. some Cleopatra’s rituals, creams and baths), some other are nearly forgotten – but what makes them special is that they work well for people for thousands years.
I believe I can join two of my greatest passions – history and natural care – in one great work by researching the less known recipes from the ancient cultures and bring them to life in carefully made creams and potions. These old healing and care rituals are proven to work perfectly by time and by many lab experiments. What more, it doesn’t have SLS, SLES, artificial colourings or any other chemical devils of our times…
Why not to use the ancient knowledge in our cosmetics and health routine now?
That’s what I want to give you.
Hoistic is Whole
Holistic daily care assumes constantly keeping the whole body at the highest level of total wellness. The state of your body affects the state of your soul and spirit, and vice versa because together, they form a unity – they form you. “Being holistic doesn’t mean mumbling mystical mumbo-jumbo all the time, it means seeing the reality as it is, without giving in to either supernatural nonsense or intellectual arrogance.”
'Holistic' - what does it mean?
The term holistic, sometimes referred to as ‘wholistic’, is the philosophy and practice of healing that has to do with constantly keeping the whole body (meaning the physical body, the mind and the spirit) at the highest level of total wellness. This concept draws from the universal natural laws that state a whole is made up of the sum of all of its parts and that the parts cannot function properly if the whole is not functioning properly. Conversely, if there is a problem with one of the parts, the entire whole is affected.
What is a holistic skin care concept?
It implies that one cannot treat the skin as a separate entity from the entire body. The skin (being the largest organ of the body) performs many functions, all of which either work in partnership with or depend upon the functions of the internal vital organs. While many in the industry consider holistic skin care to simply be the practice of using non-invasive treatments and products containing mostly natural and organic ingredients, this is just the tip of the iceberg. The concept of holistic skin care must go deeper than just the skin if sustainable results are to be achieved.
What exactly are natural ingredients?
The FDA defines natural ingredients as ingredients derived from natural sources (for example, soybeans and corn provide lecithin to maintain product consistency; beets provide beet powder used as food colouring). Some ingredients found in nature can be manufactured artificially and produced more economically with greater purity and more consistent quality than their natural counterparts. For example, vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, may be derived from an orange or produced in a laboratory. Clearly, the latter would not be considered natural to a holistically-minded consumer – and for us, which is why we do not use any laboratory-made ingredients. Each of our products contains only what we have raised or bought from ecological farms.