Which essential oils are safe to use on kids and babies? And what about the lovely new blend you just got from your favorite essential oil company? Is it safe to use on your toddler as well as yourself? Find out in this post, as well as discover best practices for using essential oils safely around babies and kids.
Summer is a delightful time for enjoying the outdoors, but it’s all too easy to get just a little too much sun. This after sun spray brings welcome relief and helps your skin heal well.
DIY Massage Oil is a gift for yourself or a loved one! It’s simple to make, easily customized, and makes both relaxation and romance extra-special.
Essential oils are a huge gift for those of us who want to treat and heal our families with natural, effective, safe remedies. However, with great gifts come great responsibility, in this case to properly steward the potent natural remedies we have at hand. Use our printable cheat sheet to keep accurate information close at hand.
Make a squeezable homemade toothpaste that’s safe for kids (and in flavors they love) with this simple recipe.
Just because your cleaners are natural doesn’t mean they’re safe for your pets! Here are a few tips on how to be eco-friendly AND keep your pets healthy.
If you’ve got a burn, sunburn included, this burn salve is wonderfully soothing, promotes healing naturally, and mixes up in minutes.
Knowing your home is truly clean is deep-down satisfying, so here’s a handful of my favorite little-known tips to clean those areas that typically get overlooked.
This tooth powder is an excellent way to clean your teeth, freshen your breath, and fight cavity-causing bacteria.
Make your own homemade bug sprays and insect repellent and keep pests away – naturally!
Making crayons was neither as easy nor as frugal as I had hoped, but it IS TONS of fun and you end up with a high-quality, non-toxic final product that you can be proud of.
Homemade calamine lotion is easy to make and effectively helps with all those itchy bumps from hives, chicken pox, poison ivy, and mosquito bites.
Making your own toothpaste helps you avoid toxic ingredients and allows you create any number of yummy concoctions. Besides being delicious, cinnamon and nutmeg oils are strong antibacterials and great for those with sensitive teeth.
Making your own deodorant is fun, easy, and frugal. Grab an old deodorant tube and make your own today.
Not only is making your own homemade shampoo a great way to save money, but it’s healthy for your family and you’ve got control over the ingredients, so you can choose how the shampoo makes your hair feel. I have toyed with many homemade shampoo recipes through the last few years as I have…