That's disgusting..but good to know.. Tick Removal: "Apply a glob of liquid soap to a cotton ball. Cover the tick with the soap-soaked cotton ball and swab it for a few seconds (15-20); the tick will come out on it's own and be stuck to the cotton ball when you lift it away. This technique has worked every time I've used it (and that was frequently), and it's much less traumatic for the patient and easier for me." - Nurse said. Removal Ticking, Cotton Ball, Natural Ticking, Cotton Swab, Ticking Removal, Note Ticking, Tick Removal, Liquid Soaps, Soaps Soaking Cotton
WhiMSy love: DIY: Soap Pouch Easier to maintain than loofas, cheaper than expensive body wash, and more environmental friendly too. No more plastic bottles to worry about, not as many harsh chemicals and colors and you can use the money you don't spend on expensive cleansers to save up for a massage.
Homemade Liquid Soap. Just combine 1 gal. Water, 2 T. Liquid glycerin ( find in pharmacy) and 1 bar of a good quality, natural soap; grated. (Don't use soaps with additives like moisturizers, etc such as Dove-they won't work) Heat over med/high heat until dissolved. Cool 12 hours. Mix with hand mixer to make a smooth consistency. Voila! Hand soap/body wash at a fraction of store cost.
How to remove a tick painlessly - add a couple of drops of dish detergent to area with tick (covering tick). Let sit for a couple minutes, then wipe with cotton ball. Tick should easily come away on cotton ball. If not, use tweezers placing them at head (against skin), squeeze and pull firmly.
diy liquid handsoap (I know I'm a nerd, but I get really excited when I can make my own products to save money. One bar of soap, glycerin, and water makes one gallon of liquid soap-- I used a Lever brand and it worked great. I can't wait to buy some yummy smelling soaps from Bath and Body to use for handsoap and body wash.