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DIY Natural Beauty & Cleaning Recipes

Learn how to make your own natural, non-toxic and eco friendly home cleaning and beauty products with Eco Diva on SABC3's Expresso Show every Thursday morning between 8-8.30am

Eco Diva: Cellulite Buster - get rid of cellulite naturally with this Eco Diva recipe

8 Clever Uses for Silica Gel: Reuse those packets of silica gel that come in a shoe box or beef jerky packet.

DIY: Facial Mask 1 TBS of juice from an orange 1 TBS of baking soda 1. Mix together until it looks pasty. (can be surprisingly) 2. Use a clean makeup brush to apply a thin layer all over your face 3. Leave 15-20 minutes 4. Gently scrub with fingertips to exfoliate 5. Rinse with warm water and washcloth as needed.

Eco Diva: Baby Talc Powder (23.5.2013)

Tutorial on how to get these awesome waves! My FAVORITE new hair trick!

'Hot lips Hoolahan' with Katlego on Expresso Show for Eco Diva DIY natural lip balm recipe www.ecodiva.co.za

Eco Diva Clean n Green

This is AWESOME! Use this (castor oil + egg treatment) twice a week for four weeks... Even just halfway through the month your hair will be softer and stronger, your scalp will be happier and you'll see improvements in softness and shine.

Eco Diva: Waterless Car Wash (31.1.2013) - YouTube

Eco Diva : Sexy sugar rub (14.2.2013) - YouTube

Eco Diva- Essential Tool Kit on a Budget (28.2.2013) - YouTube

Eco Diva: 5 Top Essential Oils (7.3.2013) - YouTube

Eco Diva :Shoe shine (14.3.2013) - YouTube

Eco Diva :Natural Tile Cleaner (28.3.2013) - YouTube

Walk on the Wild Side

Walk on the Wild Side

Hummus, yumm- I just made Hummus with chickpeas, cucumber, tahini, lemon, garlic and coriander. D'Liteful :)

Eco Diva Natural Tile Cleaner with Burgess & Finch essential oils lemon and tea tree, bicarbonate of soda, squeezed lemon, white vinegar and warm water. With Liegh-Anne.

Want to go green and save water for your gardening needs? Try using a rain barrel.

NEVER EVER wash your cast irons with soap... scrub your cast iron with coarse salt and a soft sponge. The salt is a natural abrasive and will absorb oil and lift away bits of food while preserving the pan's seasoning. Rinse away salt and wipe dry.