Monthly Archives: September 2014

#MoussercontreEbola (Lather Against Ebola)

By Francine Holmes #MoussercontreEbola (Lather Against Ebola) It’s the Ivorian twist on the ‘Ice Bucket’ challenge to motivate the African population to adopt better hygienic practices to combat the spread of Ebola. For those who plan on doing this challenge … Continue reading

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Thieboudienne (Senegalese Fish and Rice)

By Francine Holmes      Thieboudienne (Tieboudjen or Ceboo jen or Tiebou Djeun, the spelling varies across the board) translated from Wolof (language of Senegal, Gambia, and Mauritania) rice and fish is the national dish of Senegal.  There are 2 variations … Continue reading

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Gentle Floral Astringent

Adding one, toner or astringent to your daily skin care routine might not be such a bad idea. I have combination skin and use this recipe. Continue reading

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