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Diy body scrub. Erases scars and dark spots, kills acne, brightens skin, and smells delicious. Great for yourself or a diy inexpensive christmas gift!
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DIY Lemon Salt Scrub What you will need: 5 tablespoons sea salt 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 lemon First mix the olive oil and sea salt together. Once the salt gets coated by the oil, the lemon won’t dissolve it! Next cut the lemon in half and squeeze over the salt + oil. Mix and mash. Then scrub away to more beautiful skin.
citrus salt scrub 1/2 cup sea salt 1/2 cup sweet almond oil (can substitute light olive oil or vegetable oil) 1/2 teaspoon lemon zest 1/2 teaspoon orange zest Good gift idea(: I love taking long hot baths with bene3ficial bath salts and essential oils, I love lemons too, as soon as I get some jars with lids, I'm making a batch of this body scrub along with some bath salts and other DIY body scrubs & bath soaking salt/mud formulas ahhhh
DIY Lemon Salt Scrub - great DIY Christmas gift idea... I have made the sugar scrub & gave as gifts & my mom & sister LOVED it...
Homemade body scrub
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Homemade body scrub. Honey Citrus Sugar Scrub.
great, inexpensive GIFT idea for spa night!
DIY honey citrus sugar scrub. I am going to try with avocado oil bc I read that is even better for your skin than olive oil.
Spa Retreat: make it yourself honey citrus sugar scrub
DIY Beauty make it yourself: honey citrus sugar scrub (I might try to eat this!)
Homemade Body Scrub - paleocupboard.com. Made with all natural products and it leaves your skin so smooth and soft!
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Homemade Body Scrub - all natural ingredients
Homemade Body Scrub. Made with all natural products and leaves your skin smooth and soft!
Pinner said, "Last winter, when I visited my sister who lived in Italy their showerheads had fresh sprigs of Eucalyptus casually tied on. When you took a hot bath or shower, the steam made the fragrance jamazing...".
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In Italy their showerheads had fresh sprigs of Eucalyptus casually tied on. When you take a hot bath or shower, the steam made the fragrance amazing. It's inexpensive and easy to do, Spa at home....Enjoy This would also be great if you have a cold and took a hot shower!!!
It is common in Italy to find fresh sprigs of Eucalyptus casually tied on to shower heads. When you take a hot bath or shower, the steam will release the eucalyptus oils. Eucalyptus is a natural decongestant, taking a shower with one can help to clear up sinuses and loosen cough. (now to find some fresh eucalyptus!)
Remineralizing your teeth to reverse and heal cavities without having them drilled and filled.
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'Rethinking Oral Health Care: A Homemade Toothpaste Recipe for Tooth Remineralization' RP: "remineralizing your teeth to reverse and heal cavities without having them drilled and filled. 2 Tbsp. coconut oil 2 Tbps. baking soda 2 Tbsp. calcium magnesium powder 2 Tbps. xylitol or green stevia powder 2 tsp. real sea salt 20 drops essential oil (I use peppermint.) 10 drops trace minerals."
remineralizing your teeth to reverse and heal cavities without having them drilled and filled. Pin now read later. APRIL 10, 2012 Rethinking Oral Health Care: A Homemade Toothpaste Recipe for Tooth Remineralization Tweet Pin It Written by Courtney, Contributing WriterSeveral years ago, I started to question some of the ingredients in commercial toothpastes as well as the approach of modern dentistry in general. I view some modern dentistry practices as appropriate and beneficial. Yet, the foundation of today’s dental philosophy is similar to the mainstream medical model in that it focuses on treatment and not prevention.I believe the focus of dentistry (like medicine) should be prevention of decay and disease through sound nutrition and a healthy lifestyle.This begins in utero (even pre-conception), when the teeth and jaw structure are formed, is well established through breastfeeding, and must be adhered to for one’s lifetime. Avoiding dental decay and disease through diet is challenging, as it means one must stray far from the standard American diet. Remineralization When most dentists detect a cavity, they suggest filling it, usually without thinking twice. However, what if teeth could be remineralized through a proper diet and oral hygiene routine? I believe they can.Once drilled and filled, teeth are weakened and susceptible to further decay, but I believe that if we focus on prevention, we can avoid most cavities and subsequent oral health decline as a result of filling cavities.Most of my teeth were drilled and filled in childhood and young adulthood, but I don’t want my children to go down the same path and struggle with susceptibility to decay for a lifetime because of it. I’m trying to learn more about prevention and remineralization so that my children can reap the benefits of a healthy mouth, which contributes to overall health. Image by makelessnoise There are several factors involved in tooth remineralization, mainly diet, Ph of saliva, and oral hygiene practices. Diet and saliva are inter-related and quite complex, I encourage you to dig deeply into the link between nutrition and oral health and possibly re-examine your own assumptions there. I hope you will take a closer look at your own oral hygiene routine as well, as what I’m sharing with you today is based solely on my research and conclusions as a mom. I am not a dentist!Toothpaste cleans teeth and remove plaque, which is beneficial, but if your goal is to maintain healthy teeth through a proper diet, mainstream toothpastes will work against your efforts. Furthermore, they contain questionable ingredients that may do more harm than good.Glycerin – Certainly not bad in and of itself if properly sourced, but its use in toothpaste may not be ideal. Some suggest it may leave a layer of film on the teeth that prevents remineralization. It can also be dangerous to our health if processed with dangerous chemicals, and I assume most toothpastes contain the cheapest possible source.Sodium Laurel Sulfate – SLS is a known carcinogen. Some natural companies still stand behind it’s use and claim it is safe, but I prefer to stay on the safe side here.Saccharin – This was the first ingredient I questioned when I started to re-think my approach to dental health and toothpaste several years ago. I avoid artificial sweeteners like the plague, as most of them are proven carcinogens, several contribute to obesity and other health problems, and some are excitotoxins, meaning they cause rapid firing and death of brain cells. And yet, we see the artificial sweetener, saccharin, in our toothpaste.Fluoride - You knew I’d get to this one. I don’t claim to be an expert on fluoride, but from my basic understanding, fluoride is highly toxic in the form found in toothpaste and never found in nature in this state. If you’re trying to rebuild tooth enamel, just like with glycerin, a “protective” layer of fluoride is not ideal. It is also suggested that the layer it forms on teeth is much thinner than originally thought and is useless against protecting teeth from decay anyway. A Safer Alternative If you’re looking for a safe alternative to the common toothpastes, there are many options, from the more expensive natural toothpastes (be careful-- some contain some of these questionable ingredients) to simple recipes you can make at home.I’ve been experimenting with my own homemade toothpaste recipe for a while now, after I realized how easy it is to make on my own and that I don’t need to spend a fortune on store-bought brands.The most basic toothpaste alternative is a simple tooth powder. You can use baking soda alone or combine it with salt for a gentle yet abrasive clean, or you can use a mineral powder such as calcium and/or magnesium. I use Natural Calm brand. Some prefer to add hydrogen peroxide to their tooth powder right before use. I rinse with hydrogen peroxide, so I don’t add it to my powder or paste.I began to add coconut oil to my recipe to form a paste (and for its beneficial antibacterial properties) and essential oils for flavor. For a while, my recipe included coconut oil, baking soda, a dash of salt, and essential oil.I’ve since been searching for a solution to the salty taste of the baking soda and salt, which my children aren’t crazy about, and have recently decided to add xylitol to help combat the saltiness. I’m new to the use of xylitol, but it does appear to be safe and even looks promising for cavity prevention. I also recently added trace mineral drops to my paste. I use these to add minerals back into our reverse osmosis filtered water when making water kefir and I thought it would be a great addition to our toothpaste as well. Homemade Toothpaste 2 Tbsp. coconut oil2 Tbps. baking soda2 Tbsp. calcium magnesium powder2 Tbps. xylitol or green stevia powder2 tsp. real sea salt20 drops essential oil (I use peppermint.)10 drops trace minerals
Homemade toothpaste! Here's a cheap and much better alternative to commercial toothpaste. Supplies: -5 Tbs baking soda -4 Tbs coconut oil -About 10 drops of essential oil. (I used peppermint) -Container (Make sure it has a lid. Baking soda will absorb smells if left to open air.)
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DIY toothpaste - 5 tbsp baking soda, 4 tbsp coconut oil and about ten drops of peppermint essential oil. You can also add a bit of stevia or other natural sweetener if you're used to a sweeter toothpaste.
ToothpasteMake it- Homemade toothpaste *Update: This makes for the most excellent deodorant! I use it daily! I want to share the recipe for our homemade toothpaste. If you are a natural health enthusiast, you've probably read about the negative effects of saccharin and fluoride. Here's a cheap and much better alternative to commercial toothpaste. Supplies: -5 Tbs baking soda -4 Tbs coconut oil -About 10 drops of essential oil. (I used peppermint) -Container (Make sure it has a lid. Baking soda will absorb smells if left to open air.) -*You can also add a bit of stevia or other natural sweetener if you're used to a sweeter toothpaste. Mix all ingredients together in a container until it becomes a thick paste.
Homemade toothpaste - 5 Tbs baking soda + 4 Tbs coconut oil + 10 drops of peppermint essential oil.
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HOMEMADE MINT TOOTHPASTE 5 Tablesps baking soda, 4 Tablesp coconut oil, about 10 drops of peppermint essential oil. Screw top jar, (baking soda will absorb smells if left to open air).You can also add a bit of stevia or other natural sweetener if you're used to a sweeter toothpaste. Click on pic to read more.
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Essential Oils For Survival – 80 Tea Tree Oil Uses | Home Remedies, First Aid, Medical Tips and How To's - Survival Life Blog: survivallife.com #survivallife #survival #emergencypreparedness
#KimberlySnyder Tip of the Day: I always keep a small bottle of tea tree oil in my bathroom just in case I get a random breakout. Studies show that this potent oil is just as effective as 5% benzoyl peroxide when it comes to healing acne. #skincare #beauty #natural #acne #Padgram
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Tea tree essential oil has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal properties, as well as the ability to stimulate the immune system and eliminate external parasites such as lice and the mites that cause scabies. Studies have indicated that tea tree oil is an excellent disinfectant, and kills more germs than the disinfectants used in hospitals. It can be used in skin care, hair care, and household cleaning, and will even prevent mildew and remove mold.
Tea Tree Oil, a Natural Health Remedy for Skin Issues and Infections | via Simply Healthy Family: Plus a note on MRSA
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