Karim Orange shares her 20 green beauty must haves for the fall. You guessed it The Body Scrub made the list.
The changing seasons have been putting my body to the test this year. Hot to cold and back again really messes with my skin and body’s pH levels. As nature tries to find the right balance of temperature your skin can be as sensitive as ever before. No need to worry, I have an easy cure to leave your skin relaxed and reduce the irritation it may have suffered.
- Jars filled with ungents containing lavender were found in the tomb of Tutankhamen when opened. These were primarily used in cosmetics, oils and medicines by royal families and high priests in Anchient Egypt.
- It was speculated that Cleopatra used a perfume infused with the herb to seduce both Julius Ceaser and Mark Antony. It was not uncommon for girls to wear small bags of lavender in their cleavage to attract potential suitors.
- King Charles VI of France required all his seat cushions to be filled with dried lavender so the aroma could “lift” his depression
- Queen Victoria was well known for her love of all things lavender. Not only did she require all her furniture to be polished with a lavender based solution, but she went so far as to appoint a lady in waiting as “Purvey of Lavender Essence to the Queen”.
- Queen Elizabeth I required fresh lavender flowers to be available everyday of the year (quite the task considering England’s weather!)
- In Tudor times, lavender was associated with romance. Ladies would sip on lavender brew while chanting to St. lL
- By Tudor times, lavender brew was being sipped by maidens on St. Lukes day to divine the identity of their true loves. They’d chant, “St. Luke, St. Luke, be kind to me. In my dreams, let me my true love see.” Lavender in the pillows of alpine girls brought hope of romance, while lavender under the bed of newlyweds ensured passion.
May 29, 2009
At long last, it is time to bid good riddance to Herman and close down the indie.removes.herman email account. It is hard for me to believe that over a month has passed since my surgery and yet oddly it is almost like it never happened (emphasis is on almost).