If you are a mum and on the lookout for a new natural skincare range to try out for you and your tots, then I recommend giving the new GLÜKi Organics range a go.
Before you renew your gym membership and head to the gym every day, choose to exercise outside sometimes. It’s not just a great way to get some fresh air – there are proven benefits to it. Read on to find out about them.
You slip them on and enjoy their practical and beautiful simplicity when you’re running around town or heading to the beach. Flip-flops are a wardrobe staple and let’s be honest: they go with so many clothing choices in the summer. But are they good for your health? Here are some things you need to know about flip-flops and how to wear them safely.
MIT Media Lab’s Tangible Media Group has developed a “living” second skin, derived from a species of ancient bacteria, that responds to sweat and body heat.
Five times stronger than steel, three times tougher than nylon or Kevlar, yet a fraction of the width of human hair, spider silk is one of the planet’s most valuable, if tricky to mass-produce, textiles.
Fast fashion has been getting bad press in recent years but sometimes we know it’s bad for the environment without understanding in what ways. It’s crazy to think that the fashion industry is the second largest reason for pollution after big oil. Here are ways it pollutes the earth and why you shouldn’t put it in your basket the next time you’re clothes shopping.
Flowers, flowers everywhere! They’re one of the most important wedding decisions you’ll make because they set the theme and give everything a dream-like effect. But when you’re going to town with the perfect bunches and bouquets for your big day, make sure you choose seasonal flowers.
IKEA made history last month when it became the first major retailer to obtain 100 percent of its cotton from “more sustainable sources,” specifically farmers who “use less water, less chemical fertilizers, and pesticides,” according to the Swedish furnishings giant, which uses around 0.7 percent of the world’s cotton in everything from sofas to dishtowels.
Let’s have a food fight! No, it’s not what you think. Instead of throwing food around, let’s fight against food waste. The thought of food ending up in the bin isn’t only sad because so many people would kill for the bruised fruit or leftover sandwiches we throw away, but it’s also negative for the environment. Here is how you can start decreasing your food footprint.