The number one oil we use in our soaps is coconut oil. It has so many skin loving benefits:
Moisturizer for Skin & Hair – The numerous minerals and nutrients in coconut are great for your skin. The oil can also work to help remove dirt and dead cells from the skin.
Acne treating – The acids in coconut oil (lactic, capric, etc) can also have benefits when it comes to acne treatment. The antimicrobial properties of these fats can act to prevent or help reduce current acne breakouts.
Skin Firming – Wrinkled skin can be caused from the elasticity in your skin breaking down as you age. The antioxidants from the coconut oil described above work to stop this both preventing and helping to reduce skin aging.
If you want to be able to cook and not use up your electric battery bank power then go with this 1lb propane powered stove and oven by camp chef. You can fit two 9x13 pans in this bad boy. 1 lb propane running on high heat will last 5 hours! Great investment. #vancompanions
Where: Waterton Lakes National Park
___________________________________________ - Waterton Lakes National Park is a national park located in the southwest corner of Alberta, Canada, and borders Glacier National Park in Montana, United States. Waterton was Canada's fourth national park, formed in 1895 and named after Waterton Lake, in turn after the Victorian naturalist and conservationist Charles Waterton. The park contains 505 km2 (195 sq mi) of rugged mountains and wilderness.Operated by Parks Canada, Waterton is open all year, but the main tourist season is during July and August. The only commercial facilities available within the park are located at the Waterton Park townsite. It offers many scenic trails, including Crypt Lake trail. - The park is part of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, designated as World Heritage Site in 1995 for their distinctive climate, physiographic setting, mountain-prairie interface, and tri-ocean hydrographical divide. They are areas of significant scenic values with abundant and diverse flora and fauna
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'The North American education system is very different compared to the British style. This is helping me adapt to different situations and systems. I would recommend students to travel and explore the world while study at great universities.' Aayush, studying at The University of Alberta, Canada. 🇨🇦 @aayushgoyal01
49 more days. I have the 5th wheel trailer, have the reservations, getting the truck this weekend. #grasslandsnationalpark is honestly my favourite place. I can't explain the longing I feel to be in this beautiful secluded place. Makes you feel small and insignificant. You're in the middle of this barren landscape that is somehow teeming with life. Time to regroup. Time to remember what we work towards. Time to stop. Honestly, do yourself and your brain a favour. Take the journey, or at least look at photos online. Trust me on this one. 😉
From China, in all seriousness though I chose this picture today because for one, the other pictures I took in China where already posted and secondly, China. Why China? Well because a group of beautiful people take off to China tomorrow and I couldn't be more excited for them... except for the fact that my friends are leaving me. Here's to your two weeks guys, have fun and make impact. I love each and everyone of you. @rachelcross5 @juliana.wilfley @salkeldchloe @haggis.pk @kmwilfley