If you or someone you know has had the experience of getting little red bumps and irritated skin from a natural deodorant, it's likely that baking soda is the culprit. If baking soda is not for your pits, try this sensitive skin deodorant spray that's baking soda free!Read More
I was thrilled to have been asked to be a judge on CertClean's 2017 Clean Beauty Awards. CertClean is a certification for cosmetics and personal products that are formulated entirely free from harmful ingredients. Get a sneak preview of 2 of my favourites clean beauty products!Read More
Are you bug candy? I sure am! Bugs love me but I don't love them, so I've created a DIY Bugspray recipe that uses 2 superstar ingredients to repel the biters for your next outdoor adventure!Read More
Store-bought dusting powders often contain harmful ingredients, (even from stores that claim to be 'natural', 'green' and 'handmade'). Dusting powder is awesome for absorbing excess moisture and is perfect for hot, humid days. Apply pre-workout to prevent chafing or use any time you're feeling sticky. Avoid health-washed and green-washed products by making your own DIY Dusting Powder. Handmade, for real!Read More
I know you might think that you can't shampoo less or your hair will look like a grease trap, but it's honestly the best thing you can do to improve the health of your skin and scalp - and I've got you covered with my secret weapon! No grease, hair that's easier to style and it's super easy to make!Read More
The idea behind 'Vaporub' is that the vapors will relieve nasal congestion and ease coughs. Sounds good, right? But if you read the label, it comes with a warning that says, "Contact Poison Control Centre immediately if accidentally ingested'. Poison control? The label also recommends rubbing it into at least 3 spots on your body, 3-4 times daily. That's right, rubbing in the potential poison concern, frequently and all over the place! Now, call me crazy, but I'd rather make my own all-natural, nasal-decongesting, chest-soothing, cough-relieving Vapor Balm.Read More
The majority of hand sanitizers on the market use alcohol, triclosan and artificial fragrances.
The best defence against getting sick is hand-washing, but what about when you're out on the go and can't access a sink? Or when the only soap available is the toxic-laden, anti-bacterial kind? This is why I carry my own natural DIY Hand Sanitizer with me at all times, so I can avoid the toxic pink junk in most public bathrooms!