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This is just a great tip to save yourself a little money. This is great for when you have a cold but my boyfriend gets allergies in the summer and it works like a harm for them too. 2 cups baking soda 2/3 cup water approximately 15 drops essential oil (rosemary, eucalyptus, lavender) muffin pan muffin liners
Help your skin survive unpredictable weather with these two essential steps: exfoliation and moisturization. Skin-cell buildup leads to dryness, poor circulation and blemishes. Exfoliation eliminates these dead cells, revealing fresh skin that is better able to absorb moisture. And guys, take note: While men’s skin tends to be oilier than women’s, men may be more prone to epidermal dehydration. Food: Avocado
My weekend of celebrating with the folks was excellent. And sure enough, my mom (known to many of you as Grandma G) embarked on a DIY deodorant project. She came across someone selling homemade deodorant nearly a year ago, tried it out, and found that it actually kept stinkiness away better than store brands.
Treat someone you love to these wonderful body oils and bath salts this holiday season. Lavender Body Oil Makes three 4-ounce bottles
Edited to answer questions…. I think cooked buckwheat is known as kasha, but you want to get the unroasted kind for freezer bags. I bought buckwheat and flax seed (also raw) in bulk at the natural foods grocery. I poked around a little and didn’t find any warnings or concerns regarding Velcro in the microwave. (I suppose you could use buttons–that would be very cute.) I didn’t find any warnings about essential oil in the microwave either, although I confess that I didn’t look hard.
by Michelle Kaufmann Source: http://www.ecologue.com/ShowArticle/recycled-bathroom-mat Give old towels a second life by turning them into a super soft, oh-so-cozy bath rug. All you need besides the towels (old t-shirts will also work but with less luxurious results) is a gridded matting that you can find at any craft store. You can work on this project while you’re watching TV or sitting around with your family after dinner – whenever your hands are free. It may take you a while but it will be worth it once you’re finished.