“For a few bucks a month” I’ve been receiving shipments of razors directly to my door. It’s cheap, saves money and keep you switching out your razors and being more hygienic.
Dollar Shave Club has multiple subscription packages (options are $3, $6 or $9 a month including shipping,) which include razor refills and sometimes a free sample. Check out their blades here. Continue reading →
I love sugar scrubs. I use one daily as a soap alternative with coconut oil to replenish skin moisture in the dry Eastern Washington winter. This sugar scrub is nicely themed for St. Patrick’s day. It’s optional to add the food coloring and I don’t to avoid color substitutes and fake dyes. The minty flavor is enough to remind you of Shamrock shakes and green clovers. Continue reading →
This nourishing and conditioning hair balm with help restore life to limp and damaged hair. Make and rubs all over your hair, especially the ends. Wait a few hours, then rinse away. Here’s the recipe for an herb-y and nourishing homemade hair balm. Continue reading →
Turmeric has many health benefits. It’s good for digestion and joint pain. This juice may not be your favorite and won’t taste like a milkshake, but it works wonders on balancing your internal organs and reducing pain throughout the body. If possible, use all organic ingredients.
Pain-Relieving Turmeric Juice
4 stalks of celery
1 peeled and chopped cucumber
1 inch of ginger root Continue reading →
There are many reasons to make your own deodorant, the most important being the certainty of ingredients. Aluminum additives in commercial deodorants are dangerous for your skin so rest assured knowing you’ve made your own! Try to use organic ingredients if possible. Here is a recipe for deodorant for women or men.
Deodorant for Women and Men
Shea butter Continue reading →