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You Have Food On Your Face!

You Have Food On Your Face!
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How To: Make Your Own Jewelry Cleaner Did you know that when your jewelry looses its sparkle and your silver pieces start to tarnish, there’s no need for getting it professionally cleaned or spending on a jewelry cleaner full of harsh chemicals? You can make your own jewelry cleaner at home with simple ingredients you already have! I own a couple of pieces that really needed some care, so I put them to the test with this easy DIY cleaner and I’m happy to report that I brought them back to life! This DIY will leave your jewels clean and shiny in less than 15 minutes! Now all of a sudden is like I have new pieces to wear :) A small bowlA piece of aluminum foil1 tablespoon salt1 tablespoon baking soda1 teaspoon dish detergent (I use one that is 98% made from natural ingredients, but you can also make your own with this recipe)A toothbrush1 cup of hot water 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Now go rock your shiny pieces!

Homemade Shampoo with Essential Oils Sign up for free wellness tips & updates. If you would have told me 10 years ago that I would one day whip up recipes for homemade shampoo, I would have laughed at you and said, “No way.” But a funny thing happens when you become interested in living more naturally. First, you start reading … a lot. (After some time, your husband dreads what you’ll say after you start off a sentence with, “so I was reading …”) Then you start implementing. Next you start making your own laundry detergent. And then you move into the world of natural bath and body products and herbal-infused everything. One thing leads to another and the next thing you know, you’re excitedly mixing up your own shampoo on the unfinished kitchen counters of the school bus you inhabit with your husband and four kids. Because you’ve moved past washing your hair with baking soda and water and just plain water and now you’re convinced that you’re a mad scientist confident do-it-yourselfer who can make anything she wants.

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ECOlunchbox - Earth Friendly, Plastic-Free Lunch Boxes Health When you stop to think about your skin, there are two important facts to bear in mind. One, it’s the largest organ of your entire body, and two, it’s all over you. Men and women alike want healthy skin, and this is amply proven by the huge amounts of cosmetics and skin care products sold globally every year. According to cosmetic industry trade groups, global cosmetic and toiletry sales exceeded 333$ Billion last year, and are expected to grow. Additionally, in the highly competitive skin care business, natural ingredients are faring very well, with sales of truly natural cosmetics topping 8 billion dollars in the U.S. alone. You don’t really have to spend big on skin preparations. Witch Hazel First off, a personal confession that I have splashed witch hazel on my face daily since I was a little boy. Chamomile This little daisy-like lawn flower (Anthemis nobilis) has been used for centuries as an herbal tea for calming and for promoting sleep. Tamanu Oil Dragon’s Blood

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