This is just the mockup, but you can snag this design for reals on a khaki racerback tank from @gnomoncreative. Talk about making a positive contribution to our community, the team at Gnomon not only collaborates with local designers, they also give 10% of every purchase back to local charities! --
Summer might seem like it's over already, but philanthropy is never out of season, so get benevolent, grab a tank, and wear it under your fave leather or denim jacket.
Day 2 on the job! Visited an ancient woodland today called Lees wood in matlock to clear some invasive plant species. Also came across an old cottage on the site that used to be owned by Florence nightingales family when the woodland belonged to them. Learnt a lot about the different fungis knocking about the woodland my favourites being "witches butter" (the black fungi) and "fly agaric" which are like stumbling across a fairtale!. Next stop tomorrow checking out Idle Valley with the team for some scrub clearance ♡ get it on me. #workingfornature#derbyshirewildlifetrust#fortheloveofnature#RIPmyback
Natural Remedy for Acne
1. Lemon juice and baking soda
Get the juice of half a lemon and mix it with a teaspoon of baking soda. Apply on the whole face and wash off after 10 minutes.
P.S Don't use if your skin reacts to lemon
Apply a dab of toothpaste of the acne. Wash off after 10 minutes.
Place an ice pack on the pimples.
4. Turmeric and lemon
Mix two teaspoon of turmeric powder with a teaspoon of lemon and a teaspoon of water. Apply on the face for 30 minutes.
5. Apply a mixture of rosewater, honey and tomato pulp on the face. Wash off after 30 minutes.
6. Apply garlic paste on the affected area. Wash off after 20 minutes.
7. Apply orange peel paste on the affected area. Wash off after few minutes.
Avoid wearing too much make-up
Use oil control soap and lotion
Make sure you wash off make-up before sleeping at night
Observe yourself and know what you are allergic to
Eat less junk food
🌿Let's take care of our things.🌿
🌿There was a time when previous generations would look after everything they owned until it wasn't possible to repair, maintain, clean up, fix up, etc. any longer. Fast forward to today, we can toss out said things, and buy a brand new shiny version. Sometimes the new one is cheaper than repairing the one we tossed. That's normally the case when we're buying lower end things that are lower quality.
🌿What we could be doing instead is buying better quality, and if it's more expensive, we should take the time to save for it. We tend to look after things more when they are more expensive. Take sunglasses for example. 😎I know many people who buy, let's say, $10 or $20 sunglasses. They lose them or find them broken on a regular basis. I have a pair of prescription sunglasses that were much more expensive, given the nature of prescription glasses. I never lose them, they've never been broken, and I have had them for years (they've outlived prescription changes, but I still wear them anyway). We tend to look after the things we value, and if that item was a bit more expensive, we value it more because the replacement cost for us tends to be higher. Let’s value you our things, no matter the price tag!
🌿Back to the original point, as I clearly digress! Let's look after our stuff. We've become a disposable society. Let's find the products that can be fixed, that last longer, and due to the trendiness of everything - find a timeless style that suits us, not the latest trend.
What are your recommendations?
📷: @camillab.photo in collaboration with @zero.waste.collective