September 13, 2014

Rejuvenating and Restoring Your Locks: Healthy Hair For All

Beauties, you can identify healthy hair by the way it moves. Healthy hair improves the physical appearance to a great extent. But it has to start on the inside, and be fortified by using naturally rich products topically. Breathe new life into broken hair with Yamerra's Green Tea Hair Oil with Healing and Strengthening Moringa. Designed to increase the movement of damaged hair, Yamerra's Green Tea and Shea Butter oil blend is rich in premium Shea butter, water, green tea, olive oil, rosemary, jojoba oil, and high levels of vitamin A and E. It is an innovative conditioning agent which reduces friction and increases alignment between hair strands for the freedom of movement that only healthy hair enjoys. Lets not forget Moringa's healing and restorative properties;
Yamerra's Naturally Nutrient Rich Green Tea Hair and Body Oil
1.Moringa found in Yamerra's Green Tea Hair and Body Oil Blend has a high content of vitamin A, thus promoting hair growth and maintenance. Optimum delivery of oxygen and nutrients from the circulatory system to the hair follicle is vital for proper hair growth. Vitamin A plays an important role in the development of healthy cells and tissues in the body and reduction of hair loss. Deficiency of vitamin A can cause thickening of scalp, dry hair and dandruff.

2. Moringa also contains zinc which stimulates hair growth by enhancing the immune function. Zinc and silica along with vitamin A prevents drying and clogging of the sebaceous glands. Sebaceous glands are responsible for production of sebum.

3. Vitamin E in Moringa is a powerful antioxidant that stimulates blood circulation around the scalp. Proper flow of blood to the scalp helps in the absorption of more nutrients available in the hair follicles.

4. Moringa is a storehouse of all the nutrients required for healthy hair. Hair loss occurs due to the deficiency of vitamin B- especially B6, biotin, inositol and folic acid. Proper blood circulation to the scalp enables hair follicles to grow stronger and healthier. Vitamin C together with vitamin E helps in the improvement of blood circulation in the scalp. It is vital to maintain capillaries that carry blood onto the follicles.

5. Moringa contains abundant quantities of minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, selenium, copper and manganese which are essential for healthy hair.

6. Moringa oil is a natural supplement for improving the health and strength of hair and scalp. Regular massage with this oil helps in reducing split ends and dandruff .It supplies rejuvenating vitamins and minerals to the hair follicles and tissues of the scalp.

Need I say more? We also would like to recommend other Homemade Hair Aids:

You can save money and get good results from these homemade, hair care products:
  • Treat damaged hair with with olive oil and egg yolk. Massage olive oil into hair. Then beat the yolk of 1 egg and massage it into hair, working from the scalp to the tip of the hair. Leave on for 10 minutes, then shampoo as usual. Do this once a week for a month for hair that is and feels healthier.
  • Condition your hair by applying mayonnaise (whipped eggs and oil) liberally before shampooing. Apply to dry hair and let sit for 1/2 hour, then rinse and shampoo as usual. 
  • Another great ingredient to boost radiance and health in the hair is fresh Avocado. The avocado, mixed with egg yolk makes for a nutrient-rich deep conditioning treatment for dry and broken hair.
  • Make sure that if you blow dry your hair after washing, you do not wring out all the water with a towel before doing so. Using a blow dryer that's too hot tends to dry out the hair and causes breaking.


True Beauty Brooklyn
419 Graham Avenue
Williamsburg, BK

Majory Warren Inc.
309 E 9th Street
Btw 1st and 2nd Avenue

House Of Adrene
264 Peters St SW,
Atlanta, GA 30313

Let us know if any of our recommendations work for you! Leave us a comment, your input!!!We want to know that you are doing well.

August 6, 2014

T R U E Beauty For All!

Hello Beauties,

It's been a while since we blogged at Yamerra.We have been working on making our products more accessible and available. We are  excited to announce that Yamerra is NOW AVAILABLE at TRUE Beauty Brooklyn.

Find Yamerra's Best Sellers At TRUE Beauty Brooklyn, Including Our Nutrient-Rich Natural Facial Serum
The Ultra Chic and tasteful Boutique in Brooklyn carries a myriad of Eco-Luxury Skin and Hair Foods for Women, Men and Children. Just absolutely divine. Let's add that we fell in love with the store owner, Elizabeth Taylor, fresh-faced, young, natural beauty taking large steps to provide earth-friendly personal care products.

TRUE Beauty Brooklyn: 419 Graham Avenue, Williamsburg, BK
Please visit TRUE Beauty Brooklyn, if you are in the Williamsburg area, or make a special trip of it! You'll thank us. You can find Yamerra as well as other Eco-friendly skincare brands:

TRUE Beauty Brooklyn
419 Graham Avenue,
Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY
Hours: 12pm-7pm 

May 8, 2014

Homemade Eye Serums and Creams? YES Please!!!!

We have since discovered the joy, fun and benefits of crafting our own personalized body care products using herbs and other natural ingredients that nourish, pamper, cleanse, and protect the skin and all of this can be done without using irritating or harmful chemicals. 

Yamerra provides offerings that are all natural and nutrient-rich in essential oils and fresh herbs that will embolden the skin to greater heights of radiance! In conjunction with our eco-luxury skin and hair offerings, you can always make and use natural skin and hair remedies on-the-spot that are just divine! 

In just minutes, you can whip up dozens of organic treatments that will make your face radiant, your skin glow, your hair shine, and your hands and nails beautiful. From head to toe, you'll find the perfect treatment for every part of our body, whether you're looking for a relaxing bath blend, a stimulating facial mask, a natural bug repellent, an anti-aging eye serum and nutrient-rich creme, or a sensual body cream. Our new craze at Yamerra is to make our own fresh, natural Eye Serum!!!! We have shared 3 different blends that are restorative, soothing and strengthening, with anti-aging natural ingredients and properties:

Ultimate Eye Serum Recipe

1 tablespoon Grape Seed Oil
1 teaspoon Cranberry Seed Oil

1 teaspoon Pomegranate Seed Oil
1 teaspoon Carrot Oil
Pomegranate Seed oil carries high moisturization, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that are excellent for skin regeneration and repair
Combine oils and store in a one-ounce glass bottle with a dropper top.

To Use:
Apply 1 drop of the oil to your finger and gently smooth the oil around eye area at night. Less is more!

Anti Aging  Eye Serum Recipe

1 ounce Jojoba oil
5 drops Rose essential oil
5 drops Chamomile essential oil

Rose oil carries restorative power to heal the skin, especially scars and blemishes.
Combine essential oils with Jojoba oil and store in a one-ounce glass bottle with a dropper top.

To Use:
Apply 1 drop of the oil to your finger and gently smooth the oil beneath your eye and onto the area just beneath the brow bone. Do not apply oil directly to your eyelids.

Cucumber Eye Gel

1 Tbs. aloe vera gel
1 tsp. fresh cucumber juice
¼ tsp. cornstarch
1 Tbs. witch hazel

Freshly pressed cucumber juices, with sunburn healing properties, and helps to tighten open pores.
Mix together aloe, cucumber and cornstarch. Heat until just boiling. Remove from heat source and stir in witch hazel. Stir well and allow the mixture to cool completely. You should have a clear, jelly-like cream. Spoon into a small clean jar. To use: Dab a small amount under your eyes and be careful not to rub or pull the delicate skin under your eyes.  Keep in cool place.
We trust that these natural eye serum blends will help strengthen, soothe, restore the skins radiance and balance. Try them! Let us know how they work for you.


March 19, 2014

4 Surprising Reasons You Wake Up Tired and How to Avoid them

I've been increasingly experiencing sleeplessness and decided to read more on it, and share my findings. I hope the information here helps others out there that are finding it hard to get some shut-eye!

When you can't sleep, you know it. What about when you can, but you still wake up feeling tired or you're groggy again a few hours later? What's that about? All too often, it turns out, the problem is one that doesn't keep you awake but does sabotage your sleep in more subtle ways, so the hours you spend in bed don't refresh and revitalize you the way they should. Here are four signs that you have a sleep problem that's secretly stealing your rest, with some ways to help gain fitful sleep.

You toss and turn or wake up often to use the bathroom:

It's a symptom of: 
Nocturia. This is the official name for waking up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Normally, our bodies have a natural process that concentrates urine while we sleep so we can get six to eight hours without waking.What to do: Try not to drink any liquids for at least three hours before going to bed, see if that helps. This includes foods with a lot of liquid in them, like soups or fruit. Lower your coffee and tea consumption; the acids in coffee and tea can irritate the bladder. Try not to drink alcohol before bed, which functions as a diuretic as well as a bladder irritant. Go to the bathroom last thing before getting in bed and relax long enough to fully empty your bladder. It's also important to get checked for conditions that cause urination problems. 

You move all over the bed or wake tangled in the covers:

It's a symptom of: That kind of movement indicates restless leg syndrome or a related problem, periodic limb movement disorder.
How it interrupts sleep: The restlessness can prevent you from sinking into deep sleep, or a muscle jerk can wake or partially rouse you from deep sleep.
What to do: Try making dietary changes to make sure you're getting enough iron and B vitamins, particularly folic acid, since iron and folate deficiency have been linked to restless leg syndrome. Red meat, spinach, and other leafy greens are good sources of both nutrients, but you may want to take supplements as well.

You have bad breath in the morning and feel groggy:

What it's a symptom of: Mouth breathing and snoring both disrupt sleep by compromising breathing. Look for drool on your pillow or in the corners of your mouth. If you have a partner, ask him or her to monitor you for snoring, gasping, or overloud breathing.
How it interrupts sleep: Mouth breathing and snoring can interrupt sleep because you're not getting enough air to fully relax. Severe snoring -- particularly when accompanied by gasps or snorts -- can also indicate a more serious problem with obstructed breathing during sleep.
What to do: Train yourself to breathe through your nose. Try snore-stopping nose strips, available over the counter at the drugstore, or use saline nasal spray to irrigate your nasal passages. Experiment with sleep positions; most people have a tendency to snore and breathe through their mouths when sleeping on their backs. Use pillows to prop yourself on your side.
If you typically drink alcohol in the evening, try not to. Alcohol (a sedative) relaxes the muscles of the nose and throat, contributing to snoring. It also makes you sleep more deeply initially and is dehydrating.

You experience broken Sleep throughout the night:

It's a symptom of: Getting out of sync with night and day. Irregular sleep patterns, staying up late under bright lights, working a shift schedule, using computers and other devices in bed, and having too much light in the room while you sleep can disrupt your body's natural sleep-wake cycle.
Why it interrupts sleep: The onset of darkness triggers production of the hormone melatonin, which tells the brain it's time to sleep. Conversely, when your eyes register light, it shuts off melatonin production and tells you it's time to wake up.
What to do: Try to get on a regular sleep schedule that's not too far off from the natural cycle of night and day -- and preferably the same schedule all week. (Experts recommend 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. or 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. every night, but that's just a general outline.) If you struggle with not feeling alert in the morning, go outside and take a brisk walk in daylight to feel more awake; you'll find that it's much easier to fall asleep the following night.
As much as possible, banish all screens (TVs, computers, and iPads) for at least an hour before bed. Reading is much more sleep-inducing than looking at a lighted screen, but make sure your reading light isn't too bright and turn it so it doesn't shine in your eyes. Don't charge laptops, phones, cameras, and other devices in your bedroom unless you cover the light they give off.

Since noting these things and adjusting accordingly, I have started to sleep better again. YES to a great night's rest. Take control of your rest and sleep patterns to increase productivity and quality of life during the day!

Sleep well!

March 7, 2014

Did You Know?

Yamerra has a NEW Location carrying our products. For all our Beauties in New York, there is a HUGE sale going on there too: 

Eco-treats for skin and hair at Majory Warren Inc on East 9th Street!
Marjory Warren Inc
309 East 9th Street,
(Between 1st and 2nd Avenue)
NY 10003
The fun and earthy boutique carries women's clothing and one-of-a-kind accessories. Yamerra fit it in quite naturally in their collection of gems and beauty offerings found at the cozy and welcoming location on East 9th Street.

Fun and earthy, with one-of-a-finds, skincare, jewelry and clothing!
Marjory Warren is a very well know women's clothing store migrated from the Madison and 88th. Carrying popular brands such as Flax, Tianello, Snoskins, Citron, URU, Wallaroo Hats etc. It is now run by Chris Warren, always helpful and with a great eye! Stop by, check it out! Browse their gift items, Eco-luxury beauty and jewelry without any high pressure sales team in a relaxed, fun and unpretentious environment. Go visit! Don't miss the Yamerra Specials!!!!