Johnson’s Baby Oil. That’s it, that’s the post.

When a baby is born, their skin is at its most delicate. That’s why we perfected our formulas over 125 years so they’re now even more gentle for all. Our Baby Oil is specially designed to lock in more than double the moisture† to keep delicate skin soft and feeling healthy. Connect with your baby through touch! Use baby oil during a baby massage for a bonding experience that is relaxing for both you and your little one. Great for kids and adults too!

  • Hypoallergenic* and pH balanced

  • Paediatrician and dermatologist-tested

  • Free from dyes, parabens, phthalates, and alcohol

  • Our Clinically Proven Mildness formula is specially designed for baby’s delicate skin

  • Pure and gentle daily care

  • Moisturises and protects delicate skin from dryness

  • Ideal for baby massage

*formulated to minimise the risk of allergies. † than baby lotion

We only choose high quality ingredients that are gentle for baby. That’s why we’ve rejected over 400 ingredients that don’t meet our Best for Baby™ Standards.

You know what I love about Johnson’s Baby Oil? It’s really smooth. I feel like my skin just glows – albeit a greasy glow – but a glow nonetheless… Which, if I’m inside my house – brilliant. That’s the only time I apply it.

I basically sit around looking like a greasy Earth goddess.

See that light in my room? It just switched itself on. Sexy!

Anyway…

Baby oil. But not just any oil, Johnson’s Baby Oil.

I need to get up to 350 words, but I don’t have much else to say… It’s Baby Oil.

Parents use it, babies use it, grandparents use it, cousins use it, aunties and uncles use it… At risk of repeating myself, grand parents even use it. Literally everyone uses it. Your whole family and circle of friends use it (or have used it).

The next person you touch? They’ve used it. So, that skin is Johnson’s Baby Oil material.

Thanks for visiting.

It’s ya gal Samatha, coming at you LIVE and direct from her house! How YOU doin’?

I’m doing a quick blog post on the importance of travelling and seeing the world…

For me, I want to pack as many trips and memories into my life as possible, because, eventually, I’ll be too busy starting and maintaining a family to do all of that!

What is it they say? ‘Stamp that passport before the pitter-patter of tiny feet stamps your floor.

It’s also fair to mention the importance of travelling alone. Sometimes, you can even surprisingly find yourself… I plan on doing just that, as daunting as it sounds.

The ability to just get lost in a city, a country or a new surrounding? That’s an aphrodisiac and pure bliss for me.

Obviously, you’d want to do it in a place where there’s a strong 4G or 5G signal, so you can call an Uber to take you back, but… Just explore. Fall in love with the world and yourself all over again.

Note: I’ll be doing a series of posts soon highlighting the best places I’ve visited and pictures of what I’ve seen.

Also, following on from this, any and all trips I go on will be documented.

I’ve visited some places – such as Switzerland and America a few times, so I’ll only do one post for those. I also plan on going many more times, and seeing different parts that they have to offer – which I’ll no doubt post follow-ups.

Travelling is great.

Travelling is a chance for us to open our eyes to new perspectives, new ideas, new information and new heights…

A single trip can change your entire life. If anything, the more of the world we see, and understand of the great divide, the more grateful and thankful we become for the blessing of living in a first world country.

Do yourself a favour and book a trip. Be happy, plan it well (which I’ve never really done previously) and enjoy the much needed time for yourself to recharge your batteries and escape from your reality (albeit for a short space of time). You deserve it.

Disclaimer: you don’t need to go on an extravagant trip (or even across the world) to make it worthwhile… You could just see a different part of your country.

Just, visit new surroundings – or familiar surroundings in a different way. Your mature self will thank you later on.

When you look back on your life, it’d have been fulfilled and full of glorious memories of discovering all that the Earth has to offer. Life is beautiful, and so is our Earth. Earth is life. It’s the only one we have.

Love always!

Here’s something you never thought you’d see on this blog… A haircare routine.

Ya gal Sacha is about to run you through her haircare routine!

Strap yourself in! Here we gooooo!

Kevin Murphy: Hydrate Me (‘mii) Shampoo

The Tina Turner of all shampoos, because it’s: Simply The Best. Let’s face (or in this case: hair follicle) it, I’ve never had the greatest hair, but with this – I’m well on my way. This has no parabens in it, so it’s 100% natural and doesn’t damage or strip the hair of its moisture/colour. It also smells like chocolate orange. So, my hair definitely smells good.

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Label.m Diamond Dust Conditioner

I’ve reviewed this bad boii before, #TBT or #FBF or #SBS to the brilliance. Still good, never better.

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Coco & Eve: Virgin Hair Mask

I’m still a virgin, so this works, and is very apt. Thanks. #SUBS❤️

Argan Oil Hair Treatment Oil

A very recent post, but still golden. #TBT, #FBF, #SUBS!

If you’re wondering what #SUBS is: #SummonUpBackSaturday – won’t ever catch on, but it’s worth a try to my two (maximum) readers.

Hi, mum and bro!

Post-Wash Hair Treatment

1) Wet-brush with comb.

B) Dry with Microfibre towel. They’re better for hair than cotton towels. But, we all know that heated towels are the upper echelon of all towels. Those towels are HOT!

Si) Curl with Remington Heated Rollers (another cheeky #SUBS😍).

I’m forever calling them ‘tongs’ because: ‘songs’ with a lisp, apparently!

People keep a diary. I don’t always, because it’s hard to keep up, and frankly, some days, I don’t even feel like writing…

Writing my thoughts, emotions and feelings down becomes a chore that I just won’t do. No matter how much time I have, I just won’t go through with it because the energy it takes for me to put pen to paper just isn’t there.

The thing about writing it down is, it’s there permanently. Sure, you can burn/tear the page, but it was still written.

I don’t want to write emotions and feelings down, because they’ll become all too real. Typing, ironically, is easy. But, writing with pen on paper is difficult – because it’s tangible.

The, I guess – great thing – about the mind is that you can be and do anything with it. So, straight after a negative thought, you can replace it with a good one. But, as soon as we put pen to paper, that negative thought becomes permanent. This might sound really weird, that’s fine. I can live with being weird. I’ve been that way for as long as I’ve lived, and I don’t foresee a change in which I’ll stop being weird anytime soon, which is a shame. Normal seems fun.

Anyway, I’ve been in a good place recently, so I’ve been getting back into keeping a diary… Sort of.

However, the original purpose of this post (before we got deeper than the Great Barrier Reef), was to introduce you to a new type of diary – maybe one you haven’t heard of before, a ‘5-year diary’.

I bought this from a church I used to attend, and I absolutely love the sentiment behind it. For me, it suggests having a long-term goal and keeping tabs on its progress. A five-year plan. We’ve all had our fair share of five year plans, I know I have. None worked out. But, there’s something about writing it down, hiding it away and then looking back on it, that really works. This was something one of my most dearly beloved teachers taught me at school.

Writing down a goal. Folding it up. Putting it in a drawer. Time and date it. Set a time and date to check it. Then, look back at it (if you remember to). You’ll either be closer to the goal or right there, depending on how hard you’ve worked.

Anyway, I have a 5 year diary, and for me, the pages are pretty blank right now.

To be honest, I haven’t really started using it yet – but I will soon. I wanted to start it in a new decade, so I can analyse the things I’ve achieved by mid-decade. Therefore, 2020 will be the year that I officially start writing in it.

What will I write about?

Happy, excited, calm, content and peaceful emotions. As I said above, I don’t ever write down the negative ones, because I, like everyone else, just want to forget them.

I will also be attempting to do one new thing each day – whether that’s make a new friend, a random act of kindness, or pushing myself out of my comfort zone and trying a new hobby/skill etc.

If you followed me on Twitter, you’ll know that I decided to start setting myself long/short term goals of things I’d want to achieve each month in the lead up to the New Year. I’ve joint a choir, done a pilgrimage and even started volunteering. All these things really give life more of a meaning. The goal by end of August is to achieve and reach a personal milestone.

What should you take with you from this post, (if you want to take anything at all)?

Try to keep a diary, or even consider setting short/long term goals for yourself that are achievable (in the time frame you give yourself- i.e. a month, a week, a day, a year).

Remember: don’t give up. If you can’t reach it this time around, you’ll definitely be able to next time. Circumstances delay us, but the delays only lead to detours and a sweeter arrival to the destination.

Hellooooooo, Argan Oil.

It’s ya gal, Susanne! How’s it going? Top, middle and bottom of the morning to YOUS!

I’m back to write up a quick blog post on Argan Oil or as my brother calls it, ‘Orang-utan Oil’.

My hair’s been drier than Africa in the middle of a drought season, so- gimme the Argan Oil Hair Treatment Oil.

Argon Oil Hair treatment has been specially formulated using the oil from the fruit of the Argon Tree and enriched with vitamin E, a natural anti-oxidant to nourish and rejuvenate dry and damaged hair. This concentrated formula will help protect the hair whilst adding shine and reducing frizz. 

Slicker than an OIL STRAND!

Do I like using it?

It stinks, not going to lie. But, it’s not as sticky as Castor Oil and actually does the trick. A little goes a long way too, because I don’t fancy looking like I haven’t washed my hair in a few weeks. Especially when I wash it three times a week… (Sometimes more)

What does Argan Oil do?

Argan Oil strengthens the hair, restores its elasticity and makes it look shiny, sleek and healthy.

When’s the best time to use it?

The best time to apply Argan Oil is after finishing from the shower and towel drying your hair. Alternatively, you can apply a bit on dry hair – just one pump because it might get too greasy.

Does it work?

Short answer: “yes.”

Long answer: “of course it does, I use it every day almost. It really benefits my hair, I’ve seen a real difference – particularly in hair thickness. I felt like my hair was finer before I started using it. I do believe it works. It does do the job. I recommend it, for sure. Absolutely. Cannot recommend anything better. It’s sensational. In fact, buy some and use some because you won’t and can’t go wrong. How can you? It’s Argan Oil. Argan Oil is great. Y’know? Give it a whirl, a twirl and a curl. It’s. Argan. Oil. Buy. It. Use. It. Thanks.”

Glad we cleared that up.