• 10 Easy Bath Bombs Recipes

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    While our skin deserves the best, one of the ways to get your skin nourished and a sensory filled experience is by the use of bath bombs. Here is a list of easy bath bomb recipes, perfect for Summer or all year round!

    ROSE BATH BOMBS

    Give yourself some loving with these bath bombs. Perfect for Rose lovers or gifts! (Image credits: Happy Go Lucky Blog)

    GEODE INSPIRED BATH BOMB

    One of the most easy DIY recipes, these Geodes inspired bath bombs will be a phenomenal experience. Half salt and half bath bomb, checkout the video tutorial here(Image credits: The Make Up Dummy)

    AFTER SUN BATH BOMB

    With more time spent outside this Summer, you skin will require extra nourishment.  These bath bombs will help to soothe and repair the skin. Soak it up and enjoy! (Image credits: Free People Blog)

    OATMEAL BATH BOMB

    One of the most soothing, creamy and comforting bath experience you can ever have, these Oatmeal bath bombs is fantastic for dry skin! Get the recipe here(Image credits: Soap Queen)

    EUCALYPTUS ROSE BATH BOMB

    Why head to the spa when you can skip it and create the experience at home. Create your own apothecary inspired bath bombs here and share some love by gifting the extras! (Image credits: Camille Styles)

    NON-TOXIC BATH FIZZES

    One of the best non-toxic bath fizzes, safe for you and children, these bunch are also great for gifts. Be ready to have one of the best bath time delights with relaxing aromas and dried flowers! (Image credits: Sugar and Charm)

    LAVENDER BATH BOMB

    A must try infused with lavender oil and flowers, you'll find these bath bombs to be  the best relaxant after a long day of hard work! (Image credits: A Pumpkin & A Princess)

    BLACK SALT BATH BOMB

    Soak and detoxify with some activated charcoal and nourish your skin with essential minerals with black salt! Get the recipe here. (Image credits: Soap Queen)

    EASTER EGG BATH BOMB

    There's no reason to wait for Easter to make this babies. The little guys are all fun and easy to make. Get the full recipe here(Image credits: Style Me Pretty)

    UNICORN BATH BOMB

    If you haven't notice the unicorn trend the past year, how about trying out something different and fun with these bath bombs. They too make great handmade gifts for friend! (Image credits: A Pumpkin & A Princess)

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  • 5 Best Skin Mists for Summer

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    There are so many things not to love about Summer but one things for sure is you can't escape from the excessive heat and humidity. So here's a list of 5 best face mists that will be sure to come in handy this season!

    ROSE WATER FACE MIST

    We're big fans of rose water and this is one to die for. It's super easy to make and will be sure to keep you wanting for more and add that extra spritz! Checkout the project here. (Image credit: A Beautiful Mess)

    GREEN TEA FACE MISTS

    Another on the top of our list is this cooling green tea face mist. Not only is it hydrating and refreshing to your skin, but also full of antioxidants! Customise this baby accordingly to your skin type - dry, oily or sensitive accordingly. Instructions available here or try the another green tea mist for dry skin here. (Image credits: Hello Glow)

    WITCH HAZEL & TEA TREE FACE MIST

    This 3 ingredients face mist is a one of the beauty elixir that you'll want to have handy with you this Summer. It's minty smelling mist will be sure to give you a tingly sensation on your skin! Get the project for this addictive face mist here. (Image credits: Brit Co)

    REFRESHING CUCUMBER FACE & BODY MIST

    This baby makes us feel like taking a leap into a pool! One of the most refreshing with much more benefits from the rosewater, aloe vera and lemon, you'll be sure to be blown away by it! Get the instructions here or try another customisable cucumber mists here. (Image credit: Free People Blog)

    SOOTHING COCONUT FACE MIST

    Last but not least, this soothing mist will be sure to soothe you from the excessive dry air, salty ocean water and chlorine which will be sure to wreck havoc on your skin. It also acts an after-sun spray so be sure to have one bottle every where you go! Instructions available here. (Image credits: Premeditated Leftovers)

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  • 15 Healthy Popsicles DIYs for this Summer!

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    With Summer almost at full blown, there's nothing better than staying cool with these 10 and more healthy do-it-yourself popsicles!

    HERB INFUSED FRUIT POPSICLES

    With temperatures soaring, it's about time you deserve this refreshing cool treat. These herb-infused popsicles are a divine so be sure to give them a shot this Summer. Checkout the recipe here! (Image credits: Lia Griffith)

     HIBISCUS & MINTY WATERMELON POPSICLES

    With colors so awesome and flavours so rich, this super healthy pops are sure to bring back those Summer memories! Tryout these minty pops here. (Image credits: Half Baked Harvest)

    RAINBOW POPSICLES

    One never to be missed, this rainbow popsicles is still our ultimate fav every Summer! Turn those fruity smoothies into popsicles to keep you cooler this Summer by the beach! Recipe here. (Image credits: The First Year Blog)

     YOGHURT GRANOLA & HONEY POPSICLES

    Comes right out of your breakfast bowl, this popsicle is one of the easy DIYs that's simple, nourishing and real delicious! Feel free to switch up to your favourites fruits and jump right into the recipe here. (Image credits: Cook Republic)

    CUCUMBER LIME & MINT POPSICLES

    With a triple whammy of cucumber, lime and mint, these pops will be sure to cool off your Summer! So crank up your AC while you literally, and we really do mean it literally, just take 5 minutes to crank this easy DIY recipe here. (Image credits: Donna Hay)

     CHOCOLATE CHIA PUDDING POPS WITH BANANA

    This yummy frozen treats aka fudge-sicles are pretty fool proof and is the ultimate healthier version of a pudding. Replace the bananas and go kiwi instead. Go bananas for the recipe here! (Image credits: Wife Mama Foodie)

     CHAMOMILE GINGER POPS WITH HONEY & LEMON

    And if you're down on lady luck and feel a cold coming, tryout these throat soothing pops. Who says you can't indulge even when you're feeling sick. Enjoy the recipe here so you you can enjoy the rest of the Summer cold-free! (Image credits: Port & Fin) 

     MARBLED WATERMELON POPSICLES

    Watermelon are doubtless everyone's favourites! These pops reminds us very much of cheesecake popsicle with just honey and yoghurt instead of cheese =) Tweak the recipe to your liking and get the original here. (Image credits: Green Kitchen Stories)

    PINEAPPLE PINK LEMONADE POPSICLE

    Absolute love for the pink hues of this popsicle and what's better is how refreshing they taste like! Add sliced or pineapple bits for added effect and flavours. Tap here for recipe and be ready for one of the most refreshing moments this Summer! (Image credits: The House That Lars Built)

     MINI ORGANIC FROZEN YOGHURT POPS WITH FRESH FRUITS

    They say good things comes in small bite pieces, so does these! The mini frozen pops are perfect snack size so you can devour them before they melt all over. All you need is an ice cube tray and we're pretty sure every household is certain to have one. Get your not so mini recipe here but we're pretty sure you'll love this a huge bunch! (Image credits: Becky's Best Bite) 

    APPLE, GINGER & SAGE POPSICLES

    One of the most aromatic popsicles, with color so gorgeous, it's Summer personified. Serve them as mocktails or turn them into gorgeous pops like above. And oh, be sure to add a shot of tequila for boozy pops for adults =) Get the recipe here. (Image credits: Tumeric & Spice)

     STRAWBERRY COCNUT WATER POPSICLE

    We all know how hydration is important during the Summer months so here's one that'll be sure to keep you hydrated. Grab the recipe that'll help replace your electrolytes here! (Image credits: Recipe Runner)

    DAIRY FREE STRAWBERRY BANANA SMOOTHIE POPS

    For those lactose intolerant but have a hug smoothies lovers, this one is specially for you! Be sure to drizzle some honey on it! Get this nutritious, light, delicious and healthy on the go option here(Image Credits: Sugar and Charm)

    CHAI TEA OMBRE ICE CREAM POPS

    Specially for the Chai lovers out there or alternative you may use coffee. Get your dosage of favourite tea or coffee in caffeinated ice cream form here(Image Credits: Paper & Stitch Blog)

    SANGRIA POPSICLES

    Here's a BONUS piece for all to enjoy! Have a boozy Summr treat with the Sangria popsicles. Perfect for barbecues too. Enjoy the recipe here(Image credits: The Novice Chef Blog)

    Have you tried any of these above? Let us know what you think and share your Summer experience below! xx

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  • 10 Must-Try Summer Popsicles

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    RAINBOW POPSICLES (Image credits: The First Year Blog)

    With 7 of these colorful fruity layers, it's no wonder it's on the top of our list! You're probably not going to have leftover smoothies from this one. Try these here!

     LIMEADE POPSICLES (Image credits: A Simple Pantry)

    With all the excessive heat and humidity, these Limeade Popsicles will be sure to cool off your Summer. So crank up your AC while you literally, and we really do mean it literally, just take 5 minutes to crank this easy DIY recipe!

    HONEY CHAMOMILE POPSICLES (Image credits: Vanilla & Bean)

    We all know how a cup of chamomile tea can be really soothing, relaxing and therapeutic. And, like honey, it has plenty of health benefits! So why not combine these duo and create one of the most refreshing and healthy Honey Chamomile Popsicles you can ever have!

    FRUITY ICED TEA POPSICLES (Image credits: My Fussy Eater)

    Similar to the previous popsicles, except that these are kinda fruity and allows you to have a wide variety of flavours. Kids would certainly stick around you for this ones! Be sure to sweeten and make them tastier by adding a little honey to your Fruity Iced Tea Popsicles.

     

    COCONUT POPSICLES (Image credits: Little Spice jar)

    You gotta go big or go home with this one! While these may take some extra effort with blending, trust us when we say this is worth that extra prep time. =) Feast you eyes on these babies and get ready for the creamiest Coconut Popsicles ever!

    COCONUT MANGO POPSICLES (Image credits: The Little Epicurean)

    With the whirlwind of coconut products going around, everyone is going coco-nuts when it comes to creating popsicles with this ingredient! How about adding a little twist to the usual coconut popsicle and add some mango? Recipe here!

    STRAWBERRY MANGO POPSICLES (Image credits: Half Baked Harvest)

    Yeap, you can never get enough of of mango. And just three ingredients, yet the flavours still burst in your mouth! One of those perfect summertime popsicles and a sure must try here!

    CUCUMBER MINT POPSICLES (Image credits: Donna Hay)

    One of those that looks too good to eat, this is naturally sweet and refreshing! You can never go wrong with one of these healthy recipes. Enliven those tastebuds and try the Cucumber Mint Popsicles this weekend!

    ICED CARAMEL MACCHIATO POPSICLES (Image credits: Shrimp Salad Circus)

    You can never go wrong with coffee so how about sprucing your summer mornings with these Ice Caramel Macchiato Popsicles? Don't forget to add that extra expresso shot to last you the day!

     

    STRAWBERRY & WATERMELON POPSICLES (Image credits: Emilie Murmure)

    Last but not least, how can we ever go through summer days without at least one watermelon popsicle recipe. We'd have this all day everyday to be honest! So effortless yet so succulent with all the watermelon juices. Not one to be missed! Recipe here.

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  • The Mandala Mayhem

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    via Bohemian Homes

    There has been a Mandala revival as of late, with more people picking up on the sacred circle’s magical energy. Its origin is in Hinduism and when translated, Mandala means circle in Sanskrit.

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