Health and beauty

Hygge Self Care Rituals - Face Mask

Hygge Self Care Rituals - Face Mask

Hygge. A word that has become part of the English language in recent years. One word that takes so many in English to explain what it actually means. It comes from a Norwegian word meaning well-being, it means seeking refuge and safety from the outside. It came into the Danish language in the 18th century so is very much ingrained into the psyche of Danish life. It's about being comfortable with the people you are with, with a level of comfort coming from the chairs you sit in, the food and drink you consume, being able to relax...


Naturally Glowing Skin in Isolation

Naturally Glowing Skin in Isolation

In Australia, it's been two months now that we've been in some form of isolation. We are very lucky, in Europe and other parts of the world it's been a lot longer. How has this affected you? Physically, emotionally, what effects has it had on your body, your mind, your skin? 

Has your skin become dull and lifeless?

Some of us are working from home, others have unfortunately been stood down. No matter our situations, we are at home more than we have ever been. We're experiencing a lot less movement, sitting for longer hours of the...


6 Ways to Self Care in Isolation


Crystal Infused Intention Oils

Crystal Infused Intention Oils

Our recent addition to the Freya's Nourishment range deserves a special introduction. The five beautiful scents and intentions I first created for myself, as I do with all of the Freya's Nourishment products, as a self-care tool kit. Then I started sharing them, first with my own Mr Odin, then with friends and when I was completely in love with them and knew they had to be shared with the world, I had some healers and energy workers trial them.

The oils are made with an organic jojoba oil base, with cleansed crystals and essential oils. Each roller bottle is charged with...


Anger - Spring Wood Element

Anger - Spring Wood Element

Oh Spring how we love you! The promise of warmer brighter days after the hibernation of winter. New growth everywhere you look, and even within ourselves we can feel renewed motivation and a pull to start taking action.

With the brighter days comes the need to clean the house, air it out after months of it being closed up. Persians even celebrate their New Year on the first day of spring.

Iranians today continue the practice of "khooneh tekouni" which means shaking of the house. It's to cleanse the house, rid it of bad luck from last year...