Citrus 17 Blend - Home Fragrance
Essential Oil, Diffuser Oil, Pot Pourri
February already! Time to trial new products.
Malka Citrus 17 Blend - home fragrance is a piquant blend of 100% pure essential oils including: grapefruit, lemon, mandarin & bergamot.
An energizing fragrance for home & work -
sadly, a little too irritating for use in skin care products
Special trial price with no fancy label while we test it out.
Your feedback is always helpful.
Economy is the word: Malka creams often have more than one purpose.
For the Face | Organic Jojoba Hand & Body | Itches, Sprains & Aches
are now available in super size amber glass jars 500g,
and for gift giving - blue glass jars 250g.
A 30ml glass 'traveller' is included with your 500g jar for you to decant, carry, wash and refill.
Creams are freshly made at time of order - there's no shelf-sitting at Malka Natural Skin Care
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'Conservation' is another guiding word at Malka Natural Skin care and we are looking forward to hearing Dr Anne Poelina speak at the 'Celebrating Women in Conservation Breakfast' at Federation Square in Melbourne on 2nd March.
Don't be misled by its title - you don't have to be a woman to attend.
The event is being hosted by Trust for Nature and Bush Heritage.
It is not that normal for Malka Natural Skin Care to have a stock clearing sale, but we do have to pack up our studio to relocate in January 2017. There will be no fresh production of skin care products from the 20th Dec 2016 through to Feb 10th 2017. Creams in this collection have been made since the 10th of November, available only through the SALE page. Any queries please email email@example.com
Image "Parasites" by Matthew McIntosh
For a quick top-up, 5ml bottles of Sweet Cinnamon can be purchased from:
Pentimento, 249 King St Newtown 2042
VIVIDSHOP, 558 Crown St Surry Hills 2010
La Maison Jolie, 535A Sydney Rd, Seaforth 2092
Taylors of Maitland, 437 High St Maitland 2320
Sunrise Nursery, 193 Princess Hwy, Helensburgh 2508
Juniperhearth Studio, cnr Alexandra & Princess Streets Berry 2535
Entice U, 7 Stockton St, Nelson Bay, 2315
KOVA, 23 James St Fortitude Valley 4006 Botanical Grace 419 Fairfield Rd Yeronga 4104 Shon's 142 Long Road Eagle Heights 4271 Carmels Designs, 21 James St Burleigh Heads 4220
Etage Boutique 52 Tunstall Sq, Doncaster East 3109
Loujo, 189 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh 3340
Frith 58 Hitchcock Ave Barwon Heads 3227
Mingara Gallery, 242 Thompson Avenue, Cowes 3922. SuchnSuch 809 Sturt St, Ballarat 3350
Thank You August 30 2016, 0 Comments
Over the past 25 years the Malka catalogue has evolved from customer requests and feedback. Your comments and reviews help keep the product range relevant and unique.
Forestial August 25 2016, 0 Comments
Forestial essential oil: not just for the guys. The clean citrus freshness of the bergamot and mandarin essential oils, combined with the sweet wood scent of fir, makes Forestial Essential Oil ideal for helping to banish winter coughs and colds. Use in an oil burner to perfume the room, dilute for massage oil, or dab on a few drops as a personal fragrance to clear your head and your mind.
Did you know?
The mandarin (Citrus reticulata) is a native of south-western Asia, including China, and was introduced in Europe much later than the orange. Mandarins get their name from the English word for Chinese officials.
Mandarin essential oil is widely used in perfumes, including Armani’s Vetiver Babylone for men, Salvador Dali Classique for women, as well as Malka’s Forestial blend.
Melbourne Exhibition Centre Southbank Follow your nose to our stand F61 (one row away from the Psychic Readings)
The girls will have a stack of sample sizes at promo prices. You're already familiar with Sweet Cinnamon, this festival provides an excellent opportunity to try the extensive Malka range of vegetable based, organic natural skin care, essential oil blends, home fragrance and decorative bits and bobs.
Order directly on line for $12.50 (half price) entry
http://www.mbsfestival.com.au/ get tickets and then for promo code, enter MBSINVITE16
As vivid as if it happened yesterday (1997). Finally, the crucible – the point of no return – in the early hours of a Sunday morning, dozing through the twilight zone - I was juggling two questions: ‘How am I going to provide for these daughters?’ and ‘What would be a good combination of essential oils to combat those silverfish in the wardrobe?... Perhaps if we used….’ and then, as though by Mother Nature herself another Malka baby was conceived, Sweet Cinnamon
And while we're on the subject of not testing our products on animals...
It's the 1990s, the babies arrive and prompt more experimentation and development of the of the Malka Natural Skin Care range: bathed in chamomile tea bags or diluted cider vinegar; calendula cream was created to treat a little eczema; arnica cream for bruises and after-ballet massage; baby balm for that red rash around their lips when ‘run-down’; lip balm for, well…cracked & dry lips.
A Malka baby after braces
My mother-in-law in her element, an actress in UK Rep theatre in 1950s. No, she didn't use Malka Rose & Beeswax Cream to take off her her make-up but you can bet she wishes she did.
Purposeful Pot Pourri
Her diversion is to dry out aromatic flowers, mix with spices and sachet-up in William Morris fabric for fragrant drawers or display in the odd antique dish. One of her first gifts to me: a silver lidded Stuart Crystal bowl filled with dried renunculi, poppies & coriander seeds, spawning a new Malka obsession.
Lesley is altruistic from head to toe. Among many things she has recorded readings for the blind, volunteered her time with PLAN Australia & Oxfam, boxed and hand stitched sachets of pot pourri diverting all sales' proceeds to The Mental Illness Fellowship http://www.mifellowship.org/
Recently we were required to ‘re-accredit’ ourselves with CCF. While we certainly do not 'test on animals' it is true that members of my family have not been spared the same treatment - but the don't exactly count as animals.
Necessity is the mother of invention (Plato)
Malka Rose & Beeswax Cream – Spunky Dory (evil genius, inventor, guitarist The Melody Lords 1990’s +) the original Malka guinea pig
After a hard night’s stomping & guitar grinding Spunky D was complaining about the arduous task of removing make up. So Mrs Dory (AKA Malka) went down to the lab with a few ancient texts and explored Galens’s (another Greek, b 129 AD) cold cream recipe who prescribed the balance of oil water & wax emulsion so simply that even I could make it. And there we have it: rose water, sweet almond oil and organic leatherwood beeswax. Maestro Dory was instructed: pat small dabs of cream on to his face and gently wipe with damp cotton wool the make-up away from the eyes in outward motion and then rinse with tepid water to remove grime, sweat and thick theatrical makeup.