Diy deo. I have been using all-natural deodorants for a couple of years now.
The aluminum found in many conventional deodorants has been linked to breast cancer. SCARY! I like to know that only healthy ingredients go into the products that I use every day on my skin. So…guess what has found its way onto my To Do list? Yes, that’s right! The recipe for Homemade Deodorant found at The Passionate Housewife contains only 3 natural ingredients: Coconut Oil, Baking Soda and Cornstarch (or Arrowroot). Homemade Deodorant 5-6 Tbsp Coconut oil 1/4 cup baking soda 1/4 cup arrowroot powder or cornstarch Combine equal portions of baking soda & arrowroot powder.
There’s an excellent tutorial over at Crunchy Betty with pictures to show exactly how to make Not a Secret Homemade Deodorant. Not a Secret Homemade Deodorant Melt the beeswax and coconut oil on very low heat, whisking often. I think that Michele at Frugal Granola has a homerun recipe for Natural Homemade Deodorant. Natural Homemade Deodorant 3 Tbl. Homemade Soap Recipe. Grandpappy's Homemade Soap Recipe Copyright © 2007,2008 by Robert Wayne Atkins, P.E. All rights reserved and all rights protected under international copyright law.
Click Here for a Microsoft WORD printer friendly copy of this article. Introduction During hard times sooner or later everyone runs out of soap. To make soap you only need three things: rainwater,cold ashes from any hardwood fire, andanimal fat from almost any type of animal, such as a cow, pig, goat, sheep, bear, beaver, raccoon, opossum, groundhog, etc. Soap is not difficult to make and it does not require any special equipment. Soap is a "perfect consumer product" for the following five reasons: Soap is a legal product.Everyone everywhere uses soap.Soap is completely used up in a short period of time.When people run out of soap they want to buy more.Soap is relatively low in price so almost everyone can afford it.
Pantry Soap. DIY Clean eyes makeup remover. Eye make-up remover is so darn expensive!
Here is a quick and cheap DIY Eye Make-up Remover recipe. If you have kids, you’ll have the materials! If you don’t… and you have to buy ingredients, well, you’ll spend less than 3 dollars! And get at least 30 bottles of remover. Ingredients: 1 C water 1½ TBSP Baby Shampoo (tear free) ⅛ TSP Baby Oil (Cocunut Oil or Olive Oil) EDIT! Materials: Mixing Bowl Measuring cup/spoons Bottle to put finished product in (I used an empty medicine bottle; an empty baby oil bottle would work GREAT) Small funnel (or improvise like me) Combine ingredients. Snow-Globe Soap. Dec19 by Brenda Ponnay Stuff their stockings with something they can wash their hands with!
By Brenda Ponnay What’s cuter than a button, small enough to fit in a stocking, won’t rot your teeth and leaves you squeaky clean? A mini snow-globe soap, of course! This is technically just “melt and pour” soap so it might be considered cheating to some hard-core soap enthusiasts but I’m not about to mess with lye or distilling vodka when I’ve got a small child acting as my personal assistant. First you’ll cut up the glycerine into 1-inch chunks. Don’t be fooled by the picture above. After you’ve poured the glycerine, let it cool just enough to form a thin skin on the top. After all your toys are arranged, you can add your snow. Next you’ll pop it in the freezer for about twenty minutes or until the cubes are cool to touch from the underside of the ice cube tray (be sure to check the middle). If you found us through Stumble Upon!
Single-Use Flower Petal Soaps. Learn to make some pretty single-use soaps for your guests!
You Will Need: Fabric Flowers or Fabric Flower PetalsMelt & Pour Soap Base (Your Choice)Bath & Body Safe FragranceSoap Colorant (Optional)TweezersCookie SheetMicrowave Safe Measuring Cup Instructions: 1. Melt your soap base in the microwave (see Melt & Pour Soap Instructions), add your fragrance, and colorant if desired. 2.