Healing the skin with milk.

Healing the skin with milk.

It is generally well known that throughout history many believed that Milk was good for the skin. Legend has it that Cleopatra, the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt required 700 lactating donkeys in order to supply the milk for her daily bathing regime. Poppaea, the wife of the Emperor Nero was said to have washed their face with milk seven times daily and required whole troops of donkeys to attend her on her journeys.

Why kids need to get hurt to learn - Risky play makes a come back.

Why kids need to get hurt to learn - Risky play makes a come back.

Children today are growing up with un-precidented levels of safety. Risky outdoor play provides a unique environment where kids figure out how the world works, learn to work well with others, and find creative solutions to problems. It has been said that children who engage in risky play are more likely to experience positive emotions such as enjoyment, excitement, pride, and self-confidence.

Factory cut inspires new business for Whanganui man

Factory cut inspires new business for Whanganui man

Ouchie Powder features in the Wanganui Chronicle, with an article by Zaryd Wilson about how Alan Smith was inspired to create Ouchie Powder after receiving a factory cut. He has created an innovative new product which aids the healing of cuts. Alan says "the powder heals cuts 80 per cent faster than the body naturally does."