Skip to content

Your body is your temple, this is your oasis!

It's no secret that a healthier home means a healthier you and while our Habitual Skin range has got you covered when it comes to looking your best, we want you to feel your best too! Below are some of our favorite ways how you can turn your home into your oasis and maximize your well-being!

Factors such as stress, air quality, and general living conditions within the home can have a major effect on both skin quality and overall health, meaning it’s just as important to look after your home as it is to look after your skin. Don’t sweat! Our Habitual Skin range has mostly got you covered but to maximise your health and well being so here are 5 bonus tips to help transform your home into your oasis…


Indoor Plants

Although you could try artificial plants indoors, they won't have the same effect as real plants. There are so many varieties that work well in any shaded area that the choices are endless. Along with adding a distinct look, you also benefit from better air quality. Your home has certain pollutants that leech off of paints, woods and other materials. Plants are constantly absorbing carbon dioxide and expelling oxygen. During this process, the plants also absorb toxins that you're otherwise breathing in. Choose plants designed as shade-loving or indoor species; give them a home that they'll love and they will flourish!



A humidifier may be beneficial during the summer months when some people experience respiratory symptoms due to the hot air containing more allergens. However, people are more likely to benefit from a humidifier in the winter months, when cold air dries out the lungs, nose, and lips. Consider a humidifier for your home to keep you looking and feeling fresh! Here are a few reasons why…

  • Keeping the skin and hair moist

    Some people notice that their skin, lips, and hair become dry and fragile in the winter. Heating units pump hot, dry, air through the home, which can dehydrate the skin making it itchy, cracked, and flaky. Using a humidifier to add moisture to indoor air may help to reduce these unwelcome issues.

  • Preventing influenza

    The authors of one study noted that humidifiers might reduce the risk of catching influenza. Researchers found that humidity levels above 40 percent rapidly deactivated virus particles, making them much less likely to be infectious!

  • Benefits for the home

    Moisture from a humidifier can be helpful around the home. Any moisture-loving houseplants may become more vibrant, and wood floors or furniture may last longer. Humidity can also help to prevent the wallpaper from cracking and even add a warmer feeling to your home which helps with those winter heating bills!


Himalayan Salt lamps

Himalayan salt lamps host an array of health and environmental benefits which make them extremely beneficial for the home. Not only do they serve as beautiful interior decorations but also act as a natural source of light. Check out this rundown on how they work their magic…

Salt Lamps release negative ions which yield positive effects on indoor air - including reducing stress, and improving concentration by increasing blood and oxygen to the brain while also boosting the neurotransmitter Serotonin - which literally creates the feeling of happiness! They are also believed to filter dust, mold, mildew and pet dander from indoor air.

Plus - The soothing light will have you sleeping like a baby so you wake up looking and feeling fresh!


Air Purifiers

If you have always wanted to lead a healthier lifestyle, consider an efficient air purifier for your home - these guys can almost do it all! Besides ensuring the air you breathe is fresh and clear, they can also be of immense help to people with a weakened immune system. Here are a few helpful facts to consider about Air Purifiers...

  • Reduce allergies

    Allergies can easily trigger an illness, especially for hypersensitive people. Exposure to allergens carrying pollen, pet dander, and dust mites are the primary triggers. Today’s air purifiers are specially built to keep the indoor air clear of impurities that cause allergies and long-term health complications such as asthma and respiratory issues.

  • Smells and odors

    Things like cooking and water damage can easily leave unwanted odours lingering in the home. If left unsettled, water damage can create a perfect breeding ground for potentially dangerous mold to grow. An efficient air purifier will filter your air and eliminate nauseating odors and mold spores, leaving you with clean air to inhale.

  • Stress Reduction

    Studies have shown that air pollutants (whether indoor or outdoors) increase your stress level. When air purifiers clean the air and remove toxins, they are also playing a major role in reducing your stress level, which helps with mental health and general well-being.

  • Did you know Air purifiers even repel mosquitos?!

    Some air purifiers available today act as excellent mosquito repellent. You will get a great night's sleep, even during summer and insect-buzzing seasons. And you’ll rest extra well knowing you’re inhaling clean air while you’re in dreamland!

  • Did you know Air purifiers even repel mosquitos?!

    Some air purifiers available today act as excellent mosquito repellent. You will get a great night's sleep, even during summer and insect-buzzing seasons. And you’ll rest extra well knowing you’re inhaling clean air while you’re in dreamland!

  • Last but not least, Purifiers benefit your skin!

    When air purifiers absorb and kill pollutants from your indoor air, it is also protecting your skin from toxins that trigger itchiness, acne, and other uncomfortable skin conditions. Air purifiers can really save your skin from contact with germs, which slows down aging and heals acne.


Indulge your senses

Visual appeal is nice, but you can add ambiance to your home by engaging all five senses. One easy way to make your home smell fantastic is by using an aromatherapy diffuser and some essential oils. To add soothing sounds to your environment, consider a wind chime, a small fountain or a white noise machine. You can also appeal to the sense of touch by adding different textures to your home.. faux fur blankets and rugs are a great option here!

Prev Post
Next Post

Thanks for subscribing!

This email has been registered!

Shop the look


Shop Now

Notify Me When Available
Notify Me When Available
this is just a warning
Login Close
Shopping Cart
0 items