Food For Your Face

Food For Your Face | Paprika

Harking all the way from Hungary (much like Eminence!), paprika is a ground spice made from capsicums. Typically used to season devilled eggs, as a rub for meat, or adding to rice to season or colour, paprika is a popular spice for a reason. And if you’ve tried any of...

Food For Your Face | Carrots

You might have grown out of believing that carrots will help you see in the dark, but these crunchy veggies may still surprise you. Whether you like your carrots steamed, fried, baked, pureed, or even just raw, the health benefits make it a must-have on your plate and face. Bugs...

Food For Your Face | Yoghurt

As one of the oldest and most popular fermented foods on the planet, yoghurt has made its way into supermarkets, lunch boxes, and stomachs everywhere! Whether you opt for flavoured, Greek, frozen, or goats’ milk, yoghurt has an incredible range of health benefits for both consumption and topical application. Grab...

Food For Your Face | Licorice

While you may know licorice as the divisive soft candy (team licorice all the way!), the flavouring is derived from the root Glycyrrhiza glabra, a herbaceous perennial legume. Many species of the plant are grown throughout Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. As one of the world’s oldest herbal remedies,...

Food For Your Face | Bamboo

As the fastest growing plant on the planet, bamboo is a renewable and sustainable source that is utilised as a building material, clothing fibre and even as a dinner ingredient! In fact, the nutritional content of bamboo ranks it in the top five most popular healthcare foods in the world....

Food For Your Face | Chamomile

Part of the daisy family, chamomile is known for its gentle and soothing properties. A popular ingredient in herbal remedies, skin care and tea, just the smell of chamomile alone has been shown to improve relaxation levels. So, pour yourself a cup of tea, get comfy and let’s talk chamomile!  5...

Food For Your Face | Calendula

A cheerful addition to any garden bed, calendulas bloom in vibrant yellows and oranges. Both beautiful and edible, calendulas can be used to brighten up a salad, stew in a pot of tea and revitalise your complexion. In Ancient Egyptian, Aztec, and Roman cultures calendula was celebrated for its powerful...

Food For Your Face | Lime

You know the old saying. When life gives you limes… hang on, that’s not how it goes! Great for topping desserts, making tangy salsa, or even elevating a simple glass of tap water, limes are a refreshing favourite. Keep reading to discover why we love zesty limes!  5 Food Facts 1.    Lime...

Food For Your Face | Kale

Do you remember when the entire world became obsessed with kale? Seemingly overnight it was kale smoothies this, kale salads that. It seemed inescapable! But kale lives up to the hype and has continued to reign supreme in the world of leafy greens. Keep reading to find out a bit...

Food For Your Face | Pear

With seven different varieties to enjoy year-round and an impressive resume of health benefits, it might be time to turn your attention towards the pear. Often overlooked as a fruit bowl staple by its more popular friend the apple, pears are the ideal fruit to display in your kitchen. As...