5 Simple Beauty Products You Can Make From Coconut Oil. Many people who are very choosy about what they eat often forget that their skin is their largest organ, and what you put on your skin gets absorbed into your body.
Unfortunately, many conventional soaps, lotions and other beauty products are filled with chemicals and toxins. To replace your chemical-laden products with health-sustaining natural ones, all you need is a jar of coconut oil and a few minutes of free time! This superfood isn't just great for better-balanced hormones, and a stronger immune system--it can feed your skin as well, leaving it soft, glowing and youthful-looking.
(Not to mention delicious-smelling!) Once you’ve replaced your standard beauty products with coconut oil, you’ll never go back. Here are five easy-to-make beauty products that use coconut oil as a base. Makeup Remover It doesn’t get much easier than this! Deodorant Conventional deodorants and antiperspirants contain aluminum, which has been linked to cancer. 23 DIY Natural Beauty Tips. All Natural Lip Balm. The week leading up to the new year wasn't exactly how I had pictured it.
It was the last week of the boys winter break. I had envisioned walks around downtown looking at the lights, taking down the Christmas tree together, continuing our holiday baking marathon and maybe even a little post Christmas mall browsing. But alas, none of those things happened. The flu happened. Or rather, what I guess must have been the flu. Thankfully, I had made a big batch of lip balm the week before Christmas to give as little handmade gifts to my girlfriends.
This recipe is super simple. The recipe came from this blog last year and I tweaked it a bit and she grabbed it from this book where she had tweaked it a bit. Sweet Orange Lip Balm 8 Tablespoons Coconut Oil 3 Tablespoons Beeswax 1.5 Tablespoons Raw Honey 30 drops Sweet Orange essential oil (if you want color) 1/2 stick of natural lipstick (I like Jane Iredale and Josie Moran) Remove mixture from heat, and add peppermint oil and lipstick.
"Сухой шоколад" для ванны. Coconut Oil Scalp Treatment. How to Fix Split Ends. Dry Shampoo. I really don’t like washing my hair every day.
It takes forever to dry my hair and I try not to use heating tools on it every day if I can avoid it. To give me hair a break and still freshen it up, I sometimes use dry shampoo between washes. It soaks up any oils that the hair follicles create at the roots, and gives it a bit of body too. Store bought dry shampoos can be expensive, with top brands being as much as $35, but you can make it at home very easily, for less than $2 a jar! It’s an easy way to cut back some time on your busy mornings, while still having fresh hair.
Dry Shampoo for Light Hair 1/4 cup Cornstarch1/4 cup Baking Soda5-10 drops Essential Oil (e.g. Add the cornstarch and baking soda to a small bowl. Using a fork, mix it up well. I store it in the bathroom in a small jar, with an old makeup brush to apply it. Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair 1/4 cup Cornstarch1/4 cup Cocoa5-10 drops Essential Oil (e.g. Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl. Советы по уходу за волосами. Grow Healthy Hair Naturally. Homemade Probiotic Deodorant. My latest venture has been to experiment with homemade probiotic deodorant.
I found a recipe on pinterest and was, of course, interested in why I would want to make my own deodorant and include probiotics in it. Stinky Pits – Why Do Pits Stink? Our pits smell, not because of sweat, but because of the bad bacteria that likes to collect in the dark area under our arms. I have read a few articles that say adding the probiotic to the deodorant helps to regulate the good bacteria which keep the bad bacteria from taking over and causing stink. Are Antiperspirants Bad? Our bodies are meant to sweat. Besides that little bit of information, there are many chemicals in store-bought antiperspirants that you probably don’t want touching your body and being absorbed into your skin. For these reasons, I decided to try out a homemade version of deodorant.
Homemade Probiotic Deodorant Homemade Probiotic Deodorant – Vanilla Scent Author: Jennifer Dickison. DIY полоски для носа.