Product Review: Palmer’s Coconut Range

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I recently tried Palmer’s Coconut Range and the products are really good. From the range, I tried a coconut oil body lotion, hand cream, a repairing hair conditioner, and conditioning shampoo, as well as coconut sugar body scrub. All the products are really. I am a huge fan of anything coconut, so this range was an instant hit for me.

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Palmer’s Coconut Oil Body Lotion

This body lotion is made up of high levels of naturally occurring fatty acids and proteins that are great for keeping the skin looks healthy and radiant.

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Hand Cream

This hand cream nourishes and moisturises the hands. It works great as a glove-like protective barrier, locking in moisture and softening the skin.

Palmer’s Coconut Sugar Body Scrub

The Palmer’s Coconut Sugar Body Scrub exfoliates the skin and invigorates the senses at the same time. It pampers the skin from head to toe.

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Conditioning Shampoo

This conditioning Shampoo by Palmer’s contains raw and natural ingredients that deeply hydrate and condition the hair, while cleansing it at the same time.

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Repairing Conditioner

The Palmer’s repairing conditioner with coconut oil instantly detangles the hair, leaving it silkier, shinier and easy to manage.

Palmer’s Coconut Oil Deep Conditioning Protein Pack

This deep conditioning protein pack helps deeply hydrate the hair, giving it some shine. It is a moisture intensive treatment for dry and damaged hair.


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  1. The body lotion is nourishing and moisturising. It locks up skin moisture for up to 24 hours, leaving the skin looking radiant.
  2. All products are free from Sulfates, Parabens, Mineral Oil, Gluten, Dyes and Phthalates.
  3. I like the packaging of the products. They look good and work great.
  4. The hand cream leaves my hands feeling and looking very moisturised. I love the texture of the hand cream a lot.
  5. I really like the body scrub. It works great on my skin, leaving it moisturised.
  6. The conditioning shampoo gently cleanses my hair without stripping it. It is a lovely hair shampoo.
  7. The repairing conditioner is another great hair care product from the coconut oil range. It detangles the hair and leaves it easier to manage.
  8. Another great product from the range is the protein pack. The intensive hair treatment is just what my hair needs after a protective style.


I love all the products in this Palmer’s Coconut Oil range. The products are really good for my hair and skin. I love that they do not contain any harsh ingredients.

What do you think of these products? Have you tried any of the products in Palmer’s Coconut Range? Do you like coconut based skin and hair products? You can find out more about these products on Palmer’s website. Thanks for stopping by. Be safe.



Tips for starting a craft business

For many people, it is the ultimate dream – turning a hobby into a business. If you excel in a craft and enjoy doing it and have considered starting a part-time or full-time business, then here is some excellent advice to get you started. From knitting and sewing to pottery, whatever it is, there is some advice you should follow to be successful.

Before we get into all of that, if you are starting, you are selling your goods to people you need to be aware of the laws around it. Your state may have different laws around tax, licenses, and insurance, and penal codes vary.


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Research the market

Before you quit your job in the hopes of selling your craft, consider if the market for your product is big enough. Perhaps start trying to sell them before you commit to anything to see how successful you are.

You can research what’s out there already by going to craft shows or looking at Etsy. If your product fits into a category, then there is probably demand for it. Can you offer something different? Or is there already a lot of what you do on the market?

 Know your customers

It is essential to know who your customers are so you can display your products well and decide what events to attend. For example, if you are selling children’s clothing made out of sustainable materials, then your audience will be environmentally conscious parents. Therefore, you may want to attend family festivals and vegan markets.

Consider your name

Pick a business name that is memorable and appeals to your customers. Think about your brand potential and what you can do with a name. You should also check that no one else has your name and secure it. A good place to start is checking that no one else has the same domain name; you can do this at name cheap. An attorney can also help you to secure your business name.

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Online presence

You should have a website; it will add credibility to your business. You should also consider utilizing social media platforms to promote your business. Look at your competitor’s online activity as a good way of coming up with a plan for how you will present yourself online.


Make a cost analysis

Making products to sell will mean that you will need a lot more supplies. Many places offer a discount for bulk. Find your suppliers and figure out exactly how much each item is costing you. This can be difficult with craft items, but you must have a clear idea of your overheads. Also include your shipping costs, packaging, and workspace if it is separate from home.


Practice photography

Having good pictures of your products when selling them online can make a big difference. You may want to consider where you will take photos and keep it consistent so that it looks professional. You can also consider lighting equipment.


Arrange shipping

Compare prices of shipping providers and invest in good packaging materials. Good shipping will encourage people to leave you good reviews!


Dating Someone New? These Are the Red Flags Not to Ignore

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When two people meet and fall in love, dating is often the next step they take. However, it is still possible to date someone casually as this has become a norm in the modern days. It is normal to be anxious or tense when dating someone new because of the numerous uncertainties that can happen.

People who are new to relationships usually get a mixed feeling of fear and joy. But amid this confusion, it is crucial to be cautious and vigilant of various red flags that signal future challenges. Shared below are such red flags and what they mean.

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There Are Constant Complications

Coming from different family setups and beliefs can be a constant challenge in a relationship unless you agree to compromise. Some relationships are strangled by this and many more constant challenges such that partners are hardly ever happy. If you cannot find solutions to such problems, then your relationship is in big trouble. Sometimes, it is better to quit early rather than later.


Dating a Cheater

Nobody likes to be cheated on in a relationship. Problems start to arise immediately when this happens. The bigger problem is that some people are addicted to infidelity and they cannot stop even when they are caught red-handed. As soon as you realize that this is happening, it is paramount to take it as a red flag. You can forgive one or two times, but when it becomes a habit, you have to think twice. Dating is a great opportunity to know the person you are dealing with before escalating it into something else.


No or Poor Communication

Communication is part of a healthy diet in a relationship, whether it is physical or through communication platforms. It does not matter whether you have met at an online dating site like Happymatches or anywhere else but communication runs a relationship. It is a great red flag if both of you have no time to respond to a text, make a call, or even a video chat once in a while. This is even worse if you have nothing to tell each other when you show up for a date.


There is Abuse

Abuse in a relationship comes in many ways. Physical abuse is the worst that can happen to you when dating a person. Other forms of abuse include disrespect, being used for personal gain, and many others. When you detect this, always consider working it out first, but if it is persistent, consider quitting as fast as possible.


There is No Commitment

There are many things that show no commitment to a relationship. It could be one of the things we have discussed above or many others such as not being responsible and always failing to meet the promises you make to each other, just to mention a few. Ignoring this red flag increases your chances of being sad in the future. So, give it a serious thought to know whether this is the relationship you want not.


The Takeaway

Every relationship has some red flags. Some can be ignored or resolved while others are serious. If you see any of these, be sure to give them a good thought and take the right action for your own good.


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