Tricia's Blog

I love wTriciaorking with natural hair and beauty products – whether I’m cooking up a new skin care recipe, making henna mud-pies, or writing about how to fix a hair dye gone wrong or how to avoid harmful chemicals in cosmetics.
This blog is for me to share that enthusiasm and knowledge with you…so have a browse, or go to a particular category to learn more about what interests you. And don’t forget, I love to hear your comments and answer questions, which you can leave at the bottom of the posts. (Of course, if you would rather ask me a question privately, you can drop me a line here.)
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2 CommentsTuesday, 26 March 2019  |  Tricia

I'm often asked to recommend hair care products to use with henna and henna based natural hair dyes. It is particularly important to use a mild shampoo to avoid washing the colour out too quickly.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018  |  Tricia

Helpful ideas for Christmas Gifts to put under the tree for your loved ones. From fragrant aromatherapy body and bath care to beautifying natural makeup.

50 CommentsFriday, 4 November 2016  |  Tricia

Organic Indigo, from the ground leaves of the Indigofera Tinctoria plant, a completely organic gift from nature for dyeing hair. Some people get fantastic results from it, whilst others struggle to make it work well. These tips will help to give you the best result.

6 CommentsTuesday, 22 September 2015  |  Tricia

‘The season of mellow fruitfulness’ enjoying the organic fruits, leaves, herbs of nature to nurture your skin and hair.

Monday, 27 July 2015  |  Tricia

The 'No Poo' movement promotes an alternative way of washing your hair with simple natural ingredients like baking soda or soap nuts.

1 CommentWednesday, 28 January 2015  |  Tricia

Valentine's Day is almost upon us, and it is time to do nice things for the ones we love to put smiles on their faces and make their hearts all a-flutter!

5 CommentsTuesday, 13 January 2015  |  Tricia

These tips are specifically for henna based natural hair dyes such as It's Pure Organics and Logona. It tells you how to get the best results and enhance the longevity of the colour.

Wednesday, 5 November 2014  |  Tricia

Pure essential oils are very concentrated aromatic essences from plants. They contain the healing properties and fragrance from the plant they are extracted from. Most essential oils are extracted by steam distillation from the leaves, stems, flowers, seeds, bark or roots of the plant.

Thursday, 23 October 2014  |  Tricia

Deepavali, the Festival of Lights, is an important Hindu celebration symbolising the defeat of spiritual light over darkness, or good over evil. The ceremonies include lots of lights - beautiful lanterns, candles, flowers and special prayers, and exchanging gifts.

Monday, 22 September 2014  |  Tricia

‘Pure dead brilliant’ is a modern Scottish slang phrase meaning ‘the best’ or ‘Exceptionally good’. We originally chose the brand name 'Its pure organics' to signify its purity and organic credentials. We later learnt of the Scottish phrase and thought it very apt. We think our hair dyes are 'pure dead brilliant' as well as being very pure!

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