How long has Lovegrove Essentials been up and running, and why did you decide to set up the business? HDB: The brand had been an idea we had discussed for a number of years, but the company as you see it now is about 5 years old. We wanted to create a beautiful range of skincare that harnessedContinue reading “Hannah & Hayley’s FAQ”
Quick, easy and vegan – this dessert is lovely all year round with a variety of toppings!
A guest post from Flossie McGhee. The first time I remember thinking “wow, rugby is brilliant” was in 2003, wrapped in a duvet very early one morning where I was taught the basic rules of the game by my flatmate’s boyfriend as he watched the World Cup on a portable TV in our communal living room.Continue reading “Find Your Inner Warrior.”
Want to make the most of your Healing Touch Serum? Here’s all the ways it can be used, and the skinfluencers that love it!
Physically, there are many symptoms of liver imbalance from the obvious to the very subtle, such as feeling a lump in the throat, or problems with tendons or eyes. One of the first signs is related to your emotions, specifically your temper: are you suffering from anger, stubbornness, aggression or irritation? When you’re thinking aboutContinue reading “Yoga Detox for your liver”
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This delicious recipe by Florence is the perfect end to any dinner. Quick and easy, plus it’s suitable for all dietary needs.
The weather this summer is very thirsty work, and with Wimbledon and the World Cup looming, we all need a thirst quencher to slake our thirst before we start the celebrations. Whenever friends and family are around, I make this big Jug of Summer from the herbs outside the back door. I make it aContinue reading “Summer Refresher”
Last week we tried out our pasta machine (purchased from a charity shop over a year ago) for the first time, and made buckwheat pasta. It was a great success, and it was much easier than I thought it would be. We used two eggs, buckwheat flour and a little bit of water, then rolledContinue reading “Creamy Porcini Mushroom Pasta”