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Make your own cooking spray without the nasty additives! One part olive oil to five parts water. Shake before each use! Well now i just feel silly for ever using PAM. I really hope that this works!
Get a spray bottle and mix together 2 cups of warm water, and a tablespoon each of sea salt and coconut oil. Spray this on wet hair. Section off hair in as many pieces as you have patience for, then twist each section. Then let it dry and shake it out. That’s it. Really. Hint: The less you heat style your hair, the healthier it will be, and the better this will start looking!
Natural Bug Spray. Here’s what you’ll need: essential oils (citronella and lemongrass are musts, I also like lavender or you could use tea tree oil or geranium oil for tick protection), 14 oz. bottle of witch hazel (available in grocery stores & pharmacies usually close to the rubbing alcohol), a spray bottle (or two–one for home and one for the diaper bag/car), a jar for mixing, and a funnel.
Homemade Cooking Spray by Natures Nurture Ingredients 1 part olive oil (or your choice of oil) 5 parts water 1 misting spray bottle Instructions Mix in your spray bottle 1 part olive oil to 5 parts water. In my 12 ounce bottle, I poured in 2 ounces of canola oil and added 10 ounces of water. Shake well and you’re done. That’s it. Store in a cool, dark place.