Thyme for some tea

Thymiantee in Teetasse mit frischen Krutern, weier Hintergrund

Thyme for some tea for these cold winter days… Thyme has been used as food and medicine since ancient times. The french sip thyme tea for pure pleasure, but it is also wonderfully healing for winter ailments like sore throats, upper respiratory troubles and tummy bugs. Thyme contains thymol which is a great anti-oxidant, and may help to increase omega-3 fatty acids in brain cells. Thyme also contains iron and vitamin K. Thyme tea contains only one key ingredient which is THYME and for most of us we have it in our kitchen cupboards or in our fresh herb garden. … Continue reading

How to save your skin this winter

Woman in Red Dress

As the days are growing a bit longer, dry chilly winds are picking up, and humidity levels are dropping , all these weather elements are causing the skin to become dry , flaky and itchy. How do you save your skin this winter? By nourishing your skin with GERnetic’s anti-ageing and nutritive products and taking heed of our simple advice, winter won’t seem like such a cruel season for your skin IF YOUR SKIN IS… DRY DON’T FORGET TO DRINK WATER. You may not feel as thirsty in winter as you do in summer but it is essential to keep … Continue reading

Winter Tips


During winter, our skin can become dull and dry, so to help keep you on the path of well-hydrated skin, we’re sharing some of our favourite winter skin care tips and listing the jane iredale products to help you perfect them. Our first tip: Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean that you don’t need to stay hydrated. We’re all pretty good when it comes to moisturising during summer (we usually have a glowing tan as an incentive), and staying hydrated is easy as the warm weather makes us thirsty, but what about hydration in winter? With less skin on show, many of … Continue reading

Look good and feel good with our Autumn beauty tips

As the days draw in and the cooler air descends, it’s time to reflect on your beauty regime. Here are our top Autumn beauty tips to keep you looking and feeling your best. – Rehydrate the skin. After being exposed to months of harsh Australian sun, the skin needs plenty of moisturiser to restore radiance. It is time to have your skin re analysed . Book in for your hydrating facial treatment or maybe time to have a peel or microdermabrassion.  Give us a call so that we will re assess your skin condition and discuss your next treatment plan … Continue reading

The benefits of anti-oxidants


Skin is constantly bombarded with impurities such as pollution, toxins, radiation and smoke, all of which provide a breeding ground for free radicals that damage skin cells. The effects of free radical damage can be reduced with healthy doses of their mortal enemy ; ANTIOXIDANTS. Antioxidants such as Vitamins A, C and E work wonders for the skin and can be found in fresh foods as well as applied topically. Vitamin A in fresh foods   –   Vitamin A, ( Retinol)  is fat-soluble and is found only in animal products. It softens rough skin, improves skin texture and increases the skin’s natural … Continue reading

Eye treatments for dark circles, puffiness and wrinkles


Are you concerned about the eye area? Are you suffering from dark circles, puffiness and wrinkles around the eyes? Here’ s how to keep your eyes sparkling bright! The skin around the eyes is much thinner and more sensitive than on the rest of our body, which is why this area needs tender love and care. The eyes also tend to be dryer because of the lack of sebaceous ( oil ) glands. They are often where the first tell-tale signs of tiredness, ageing and internal dysfunctions can show. Lifestyle can be a major contribution to problems of the eye … Continue reading

Chia seeds for Breakfast?


Wake-up to a decadent and nutrient- rich Breakfast … Chia seeds – Coconut Pudding! Chia seeds may be tiny but they are packed with nutrients! Containing 8 times more omega 3 than salmon, which is vital for heart health and keeps the skin and hair radiant. Chia seeds provide an amazing array of health benefits. Chia seeds are high in fibre and they are excellent for digestion due to their gel-like consistency, as they absorb water, which helps to cleanse the system as they pass through the body.  The Chia seed is super high in antioxidants, calcium, Vitamin C, iron and … Continue reading

Healthy Easter treat recipe


Feel like a decadent treat over Easter? This healthy Easter treat is great for your skin and your general health! Our amazing Choc-Berry Mousse will satisfy all your chocolate desires without any guilt! Healthy Choc-Berry Mousse: Ingredients: 2 large avocados 1 punnet raspberries 1/4 cup raw cacao powder 2 tsps. vanilla extract 3 tablespoons maple syrup 1/3 cup coconut cream 150 g dark chocolate (70%), melted Extra grated dark chocolate & fresh mint leaves to serve Method: Blend the flesh of the avocados in a food processor, with the cacao powder, vanilla extract, maple syrup and coconut cream for 10 … Continue reading

Healthy food par excellence – Chocolate!


Healthy food par excellence! Chocolate. What was once a sinful pleasure science now agrees that cacao found in Chocolate is good for us! Chocolate, is not only good for you , but  also have beauty benefits as it is full of anti-oxidants! Anti-oxidants are essential to health and well-being, and are one of the keys to anti-ageing. We are talking about good Cacao-rich, dark organic chocolate, eaten in small quantities –  not the junk food bars, packed with sugar found at the checkout.Cacao is derived from Theobroma Cacao beans, which literally means ” food of the Gods”, and is bursting with nutrients. Cacao found in … Continue reading



You may or may not have been blessed with desirable generic traits, such as resilient, flawless skin, or drop-dead gorgeous supermodel looks, but there is one thing that should be your top priority – looking after your skin. You deserve it! Wrinkles and ageing are a fact of life, but the earlier you start caring for your complexion the more graceful you will age. Did you know that approximately 80% of the lines and wrinkles you see in the mirror are caused by the sun and the other 20% result from smiling, pouting and frowning. However if you haven’t paid … Continue reading