Search Results for 'Vegetable oils'

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Beneficial traits of hempceutix cold-pressed pure oils use

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Hemp plants are extremely effective at cleansing soil and absorbing impurities.

PoppySeed is a Business All Star

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A local café group has recently become an accredited member of the coveted Business All Stars for 2020.

PoppySeed celebrates ten years in business

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PoppySeed Gourmet Cafés joined together the staff, suppliers, friends, and family who have helped it achieve 10 successful years in business this month at a birthday party held at its Clarinbridge daytime café-restaurant.

What’s the crack – coconut oil?

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Coconut oil used to be the preserve of face and body lotions but in the last year it has become popular, hailed as the latest health food. But what is the evidence to support these health claims – it seems it might not be as black and white as you might think!

Benefits of Black Seed Oil

Black Seed Oil is also referred to as Black Cumin Seed Oil or Nigella Sativa.

Fake the perfect body for Valentine’s Day

Irish beauty brand, Karora is all heart this Valentine’s, donating €2 to the Irish Heart Foundation for every Karora product sold during February at its online shop (www.karoracosmetics.com) and at participating salons, such as Beautiful Touch, Market Lane, Tone Street, Ballina.

Saving face

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A “superfood” for skin and hair which is famous for its anti-ageing properties is now available from a local company.

Treat your skin

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Olive has been used in skincare for thousands of years because of its ability to increase moisture levels and improve skin elasticity.

Going for gold

Are you looking a little too pale and interesting as winter begins to bite? If so, check out Karora Gradual Bronzing Moisturiser (€19.99). This self-tan promises to give a natural golden radiance while protecting your face from the cold and wind.

Kate’s Orantown Centre and choosing a good oil

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Kate Wright has moved from her Cobblestones Cafe in Quay Lane, Galway, to a location upstairs in the Orantown Centre in Oranmore. A courageous move, I would think, but I am sure the legendary high rents in the city have something to do with it. Similar to the article last week about the new owners in Loughrea, these premises have also had two previous incarnations. The fact that Kate makes absolutely everything on site every day should make the difference and help make this a success.

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