Monthly Archives: January 2014

Glowing skin and yummy sunday brunch – My recipie for rosemary oil

Hmm, Sunday!! A day that is known in our house as massage day, a day everyone has to treat themselves a day of pampering 🙂 .

Massaging -A soothing, gentle, and potentially sensual way to relieve exhausted and fatigued muscles. Stroking or patting are the easy ways to massage yourself.
Making your own massage oil-
Almond oil / sunflower oil /coconut oil/ olive oil – any of these oil can be used.

To start the series – Today it is Rosemary oil.

Rosemary Oil-

Rosemary oil is one of the most popular oils. It has become important to us due to its various health benefits including its ability to stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain.

In “The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy,” Valerie Ann Worwood writes that the benefits of rosemary include relieving muscle soreness and pain. It also helps treat respiratory conditions, such as the common cold, sinusitis and flu. It also stimulates the central nervous system, thereby affecting the brain and promoting mental clarity, says Patricia Davis in her book, “Aromatherapy, An A to Z.”

Directions –



  1. Coconut oil ( if you are  using this oil for body massage and olive oil if you are making it add flavor to your pizza or bread dough )
  2. Rosemary – I got the rosemary flakes from a local organic store.
  3. Glass jar – Pack the jar with rosemary flakes and then fill the jar with the preferred oil to cover the flakes.

Tightly close the jar and place the jar on your sunny window.

Use the oil as your massage oil, few drops in your hair conditioner, few drops to your bath water or to add flavor to your cooking.



Yes, I did used the rosemary oil to bake my Sunday brunch bread too  🙂

So go ahead enjoy a glowing skin and yummy bread.



Babita  Jaishankar

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Looking good and feeling better!!!

Some people just enter the room and all the heads turn to look at them, they seem to dress effortlessly, look confident and healthy. Sometimes it makes you wonder that how could they do it , maybe they have tons of money , a personal shopper ( yes it does help ) or some are just  born that way …

Trust me most of the time they are just following some basic rules –

  1. Dress for yourself – To do that you have to know what looks good on you and what doesn’t.  You should be wearing something that makes you feel happy but that doesn’t mean that you are not considerate about the situation or people you are going to meet (like wearing running shoes to job interview or wearing something pretty drastic when going to meet your grandma in a small town). When you are dressed right for the occasion and audience, it boosts your confidence and asserts the feeling that you can dress right.
  2. Decide what to wear – what you want to wear requires some planning and it you can avoid last minute stress. Decide on few looks that looks good on you so you don’t waste time experimenting when in hurry..
  3. Dress according to your personality – Dress according to what you think you are, not what others want to see you as. Don’t obsess over “if I am good enough’ dressing according to your personality oozes the self confidence that even inspires others.
  4. Reality check – Looking good doesn’t mean that you have to hurt your body, I truly believe that looking good is all about feeling good too. When you can do that you will be less stressed out and will have more energy and strength to deal with other things that life throws at you.

Looking amazing doesn’t have to make you unhappy, uncomfortable and stressed out, get a reality check and review your fashion choices (aim to have your own style) to make changes that will lead to a happier, stylish and healthier you.



Babita Jaishankar

CEO/Founder WSol fashion and image makeovers pvt ltd


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