Natural Living
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Easy Lemony Poppyseed Soap Bars

I love cold processed soap, but sometimes I don't have time to wait for soap to cure and that's when I turn to melt and pour. I know, it seems like making cake ...

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Oatmeal Honey Sugar Scrub

Its the middle of winter. Is dry, itchy skin getting you down? Well don't let it. This easy oatmeal honey sugar scrub will leave your skin soft and touchable. ...

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Avocado Cold Process Soap Recipe

When I look back at my first attempts to create my own soap recipes, I am appalled by the laundry list of ingredients! Chalk that up to beginner’s excitement ...

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DIY Calendula Lotion Recipe

Calendula is an awesome skin care botanical. It is anti-inflammatory, soothing, and softening.  In this recipe, we put calendula to work in a hand and body ...

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Making Cold Process Soap – Basic Instructions

Cold process soapmaking is fun, rewarding, and a little bit scary. After all, working with lye can do some serious damage to you or someone else if you’re not ...

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Guide to Natural Dental Care

.. a little bit concerned about what some people are doing and trying. As both a dental hygienist and an aromatherapist I’d like to help you decipher the ...

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Plant-Powered Beauty Book Review

Plant Powered Beauty Book Review by Amy Galper & Christina Daigneault This post contains affiliate links. Plant-Powered Beauty (Amazon) was released ...

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Lavender Oatmeal Cold Process Soap

The purpose of this soap was to experiment with natural colors,  in this case, alkanet root powder.  Alkanet is an herb whose roots have been used since ...

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Essential Oils in the Laundry–Is it Safe?

The question comes up now and again, can you use essential oils in the laundry?  Honestly there is no clear cut answer, but read on to discover what the ...

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Honey-Nature’s Sweet, Golden Medicine For Skin and Health

Honey, the thick, soothing, nutrient-filled syrup that comes from nature. In addition to being the delicious treat you add to your tea or toast, it is also an ...

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7 Great Projects you can make with your Lavender Harvest

Known for its frequent use in cosmetics, medicine, and culinary., lavender can be harvested in late spring and summer or May, June, and July. After the ...