Tick Removal: Apply a glob of liquid soap to a cotton ball. Cover the tick with the soap-soaked cotton ball and lightly swab it for seconds; the tick will come out on its own and be stuck to the cotton ball when you lift it away. Crush or burn the tick.
This is the tick spray I've been using although I add in some citronella and lemon as well as what it calls for: White Vinegar, Eucalyptus Oil, Lavender Oil, Peppermint Oil (Kornerstone Farms: Easy DIY Natural TICK Repellent TICKS)
How to Remove a Splinter with Baking Soda. Splinters can sometimes be removed with baking soda and a bandaid. You will have to clean and dry the area and then apply baking soda to the splinter. Place a bandaid over the splinter and then.
It may sound strange to place a plant in your shower, but this trick may have you feeling stress-free. Hang eucalyptus nearby your shower, or purchase some eucalyptus oil drops to bring clarity to your day.
Keep Pests away using Borax - Top 10 Most Creative Household Uses for Borax You just have to mix equal parts of borax with regular sugar. The sugar helps to draw the bugs in and the borax takes them away – permanently.
Soften and Get Rid of Tough Calluses: blend two tablespoons of baking soda in a basin of warm water and add a few drops of lavender oil. After a nice long soak, scrub them away using three parts baking soda, one part water, and one part brown sugar.
How to safely remove a tick. Soak a cotton ball in liquid soap and swab it over tick several times. Next hold the soapy cotton ball lightly touching the tick for 15 seconds or so and the tick will dislodge and be on the soapy cotton ball.