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  • KiteNest featured on Lincolnshire Echo Website

    Our recent interview with the Journal magazine has been featured on the Lincolnshire Echo Website.  Read the whole article in full...
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    KiteNest featured on Lincolnshire Echo Website
  • Grow Cress on your Windowsill - KiteNest 101 Ways to Recycle

    Who hasn't grown cress in a jam jar, yoghurt pot or from a saucer?!? The steps are simple and if you've never done it then now's the time to give it a go or to share it with a new generation.
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    Grow Cress on your Windowsill - KiteNest 101 Ways to Recycle
  • Disposing of Your Old Cosmetics

    Everyone thinks about what to do with the containers, recycle them, reuse them or up-cycle them but what about the contents?
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    Disposing of Your Old Cosmetics
  • Use as a Paperweight - KiteNest 101 Ways to Recycle

    Another simple way to recycle your KiteNest tin!
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    Use as a Paperweight - KiteNest 101 Ways to Recycle
  • Benefits of Orange Essential Oil

    This essential oil is extracted from the fruit of the Orange plant (Citrus sinensis) by cold-press method. Well-known for its uplifting properties, orange essential oil is soothing to the mind and helps to relieve stress, it has a fresh, sweet, citrus smell and is a valuable treatment oil for many ailments.
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    Benefits of Orange Essential Oil
  • Emergency Cup - KiteNest 101 Ways to Recycle

    Such a simple one here for turning your tin or tub into an emergency cup for when you're out hiking
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    Emergency Cup - KiteNest 101 Ways to Recycle
  • KiteNest in The Journal

    We're really stoked that KiteNest and our 100% Natural Cosmetics and products are featured in this month's edition of the Journal, created by the people behind the Lincolnshire Echo amongst other award winning publications.
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    KiteNest in The Journal
  • KiteNest Online Store Launch

    Welcome to our brand new website, the online home of KiteNest and our 100% natural range of products. We've spent a long time putting together a friendly and informative store that helps you to not only purchase our products but also to learn about the benefits of using natural products.
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    KiteNest Online Store Launch
  • The Benefits of Avocado Oil

    Avocado oil boasts some unusual yet healthy properties. Looking at the basics, avocado oil contains potassium (more than a banana in fact) unsaturated fats and the most important for KiteNest products it is a natural source of vitamin E.
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    The Benefits of Avocado Oil
  • How to Use Beeswax Furniture Polish

    For solid hardwood furniture like oak, teak, mango etc. it is important to provide high quality and regular treatment. Ideally you will need to treat this type of wood around four times a year, to keep it at its best. Any wood which is unfinished is prone to moisture and straining when in the home and can easily crack or split so furniture wax protection is very important.
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    How to Use Beeswax Furniture Polish
  • Why You Should Start Using Natural Cosmetics?

    The Beginning of the New Year is a great time to start using new products. I don’t know why but to a lot of people the New Year holds a lot of sway in changing the habits of a lifetime and that’s why today I wanted to take a bit of time talking about the benefits of 100% natural products that do not use harsh chemicals and toxins.
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    Why You Should Start Using Natural Cosmetics?
  • When Should I Use Salt Scrub?

    Scrubs are perfect for regular use to remove dead skin and to soften skin. We can’t talk for all products but our blend of natural oils ensures that following use your skin feels soft supple and refreshed.
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    When Should I Use Salt Scrub?
  • 10 Uses for KiteNest Body Butter

    10 Ways to use natural body butter and to care for your skin.
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    10 Uses for KiteNest Body Butter
  • The Wonders of Shea Butter

    Shea butter has many health benefits particularly for the skin and hair and is widely used in the cosmetics industry for skin and hair related products such as lip balm, salve, skin moisturiser, and hair conditioners for dry and brittle hair.
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    The Wonders of Shea Butter
  • Alternative Uses for Lip Balm

    The great thing about lip balm is that beside the obvious use (It’s clearly named after its purpose) there are a number of alternative ways that you can use your beloved tin/stick of lip balm to improve your life.
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    Alternative Uses for Lip Balm
  • Why Should I Use Natural Lip Balm?

    Your lips are one of the most sensitive areas of your body and are often the fist skin to react to the environment around you. Your mouth is a gateway and right next door are the sensitive mucus membranes of your mouth. It is important because of this to make sure that you are doing all you can in this area to rid yourself of harmful bacteria.
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    Why Should I Use Natural Lip Balm?
  • Upcycled, Recycled, Vintage Crates

    Take a look at what we picked up this week.
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    Upcycled, Recycled, Vintage Crates
  • Business Cards

    Take a look at the new 'swish' KiteNest business cards.
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    Business Cards
  • The Construction of KiteNest HQ

    Our custom made KiteNest workshop/lab/HQ/base/factory has been built. Providing us with 18ft or space to produce, design and create our lovely 100% natural products we know it will house us for years to come.
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    The Construction of KiteNest HQ
  • KiteNest - The Start of Natural Creations Without Compromise

    Do you ever pick up your pot of hair wax, shampoo or *insert other* and your eyes accidentally fall across the small text of ingredients? Hidden under a ‘peel here’ or written in Arial 6 it’s easy to miss them, forget them or never find them at all. Maybe unlike ‘old me’ you do search but because of the poor light of the season or peeling due to overuse they are still beyond your reach and out of reach until your next visit to the shops.
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    KiteNest - The Start of Natural Creations Without Compromise
  • How Long Does Beeswax Last?

    Beeswax found on old shipwrecks has been melted down and used as if it was sourced last year. Beeswax has been used as long as we can recall, found in Pharaohs tombs, Roman ruins and the sunken dragon boats of the Viking Northmen.
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    How Long Does Beeswax Last?

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