Saturday, September 29, 2012

Tsi-la: Did You Know?

We just posted one of our favorite Hair Treatment Recipe's earlier this week. And... 

Did you know that the key ingredients have additional benefits for your hair?

Rosemary Oil stimulates hair growth
Lavender Oil is soothing to the mind as well as a dry scalp
Tea Tree Oil has healing and cleansing properties while
Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil and Olive Oil are known to alleviate dry hair and scalps

Isn't it amazing what essential oils can do for you? Tell us your thoughts!



Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Tsi-La: Try Our Dry Hair Treatment Recipe!

Here at Tsi-La, we are often asked about different ways that you can use essential oils in your beauty routine. With the cooler weather coming, we thought it was a great time to share our "Dry Hair and Scalp Recipe" with you. It is fantastic!

You'll need:

1  tablespoon of Jojoba
1/2 teaspoon of Coconut Oil
1/2 teaspoon of Olive Oil
2 drops of Rosemary Oil
2 drops of Lavender Oil and
1 drop of Tea Tree Oil

Simply mix the Jojoba, coconut oil and olive oil in a bowl. When combined, add the remaining essential oils -  Next, apply the oil treatment to your hair and massage into your scalp allowing it to sit on your hair for 15-30 minutes. Finally wash your hair as normal.

Let us know what you think!



Thursday, September 20, 2012

Try This Alluring Tsi-La Recipe: A Floral Blend

Did you know that little changes can make a big difference in your Tsi-La experience? To prove it to you we want you to try this Floral Blend experiment. It promises to:

Enhance your Tsi-la experience and
Help you customize our Fleur Sauvage into your own personal scent

To try it, you'll only need:

Jasmine Oil
Rose Otto Oil
Neroli Oil
Organic Johoba and
An eye dropper

Best of all, it's easy. Simply infuse 2 drops of each oil listed above into 2 tablespoons of organic Johoba.  Stir gently. When combined, add a dab of this basic Floral Blend to your skin. Complete this decadent experience by layering the blend with a hint of Fleur Sauvage for a new perspective on how Tsi-La can be used!



Friday, September 14, 2012

 Tsi-La: Certifications Are Nice, However...

Did you know that Tsi-La's Misaki Organic Eau de Parfum was the first perfume certified by the Natural Products Association? And that we received The Green America Business Seal of Approval in recognition of our commitment to socially and environmentally responsible business practices? Well...

Certifications are all fine and good, however....

We do what we do because we believe in Tsi-La and we believe that you deserve the best organic beauty products in the world. 

Thanks for choosing Tsi-La!




FYI: Check out more of our accomplishments here:

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Tsi-La: Behind Our USDA Organic Seal...
You may have seen the label on your favorite food at the grocery store. Or even skimmed past the seal affixed to your new bottle of Tsi-La. But...

Have you ever wondered what the "USDA Organic" logo means? Well...

For a product to be deemed organic it must be composed of at least 95% organically produced ingredients. Plus, the organically produced ingredients must be processed, handled and labeled according to strict government's standards.

So, the next time you see "USDA Organic" you'll have some insight as to why USDA Organic is considered the best of the best for you and your family.




Monday, September 10, 2012

Tsi-la: How to Spice Up Your Homemade Rose Perfume

We recently shared a blog that showed you how to make your own rose perfume. But, did you know that...

Although the recipe called for rose oil, some of the drops can be replaced with other essential oils to create a more complex perfume? For example:

Try adding Sandelwood as a base note or

Layer it with one of your favorite Tsi-La Aromatic extraits.

The sky is the limit with what you can create!



And... if you are interested in more perfume recipes, let us know on Facebook!

Saturday, September 8, 2012

We are so proud to announce our new retail partner!!!

Tsi-La is at Roots - The Beauty Underground

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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Tsi-La: Make Your Own Single Note Rose Perfume

Have you ever wanted to make your own perfume? Tsi-La wants to show you how!

Why not try to make our single note rose perfume recipe?

You'll only need:

2 ounces of Grain Alcohol
20 drops of Rose Absolute
One small funnel
Some coffee filters
A bowl and
One empty bottle - large enough for storing it


1) Using the small funnel, pour 2 ounces of Grain Alcohol into the empty bottle. 2) Carefully add 20 drops of rose absolute to the 2 ounces of Grain Alcohol. 3) Securely place the top on the bottle and shake gently. 4) allow the mixture to age for 4 weeks.This step is very important since the aging process allows the aromatic constituents and energy of the plant to fuse with the alcohol.

After the aging process...

1) Chill the "perfume" briefly. 5) Next, filter the chilled perfume by gently pouring it into a coffee filter situated over a bowl. Catch the perfume in the bowl. 6) Using the small funnel, pour the mixture from the bowl back into your bottle.  7) Chill and repeat until all traces of undissolved rose oil are removed.

Seem easy? It really is!

Let us know what you think....