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In 1996 Harald Tietze published his book, Kombucha: The Miracle Fungus, (available on ebay) and it mentions Gypsy Rose’s products… here’s an extract of the book.
A hairdresser from Queensland had so many good reports from clients using Kombucha that they developed a special Kombucha Shampoo. “Normally, hair conditioner is applied after shampooing, but when using Kombucha shampoo, the hair is silky and soft without conditioner,” said Karen from the Herbacraft Gypsy Rose Hairdressers (with 18 national and international hairdressing awards to their credit). She wrote me a letter with comments from some of her clients. → Read more
I have received responses from all of the companies listed below confirming they are cruelty free; no animal testing of any ingredients or products by the company, parent company or a third party. Vegan product information outlined below, all other products may contain animal ingredients such as: animal hair brushes, beeswax, honey, propolis, lanolin, milk derivatives, animal derived collagen/elastin, carmine, shellac, tallow etc. → Read more
Who would like to clean up their act in the bathroom? Yes… you… with the hand up in the air waving excitedly at me. Good on you for wanting to be a clean, green, gorgeous gal or guy. In an effort to cut back on the amount of waste coming out of my bathroom I went on a quest to find a effective face wash option that works and doesn’t cost the Earth. My quest lead me to the HerbaCraft Gypsy Rose Pawpaw, Carrot, and Orange Dry Skin Face Soap which at a small instalment of $15.75 AUD has been one of the best eco investments to date. The facial soap comes in a cardboard carton and the soap itself is wrapped in plastic. This may seem a bit dicey and un-environmental but the longevity of the product is MIND-BLOWING. I purchased this bar around 8 months ago and have chopped wedges of it off as needed and kept the rest wrapped. → Read more