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HOME MADE COCONUT SHAMPOO 1/2 cup coconut milk 2/3 cup castile soap (I used Dr. Brooner's brand) 40 drops essential oil (I used jasmine) 2 teaspoons olive oil Combine all the ingredients in an empty shampoo bottle or jar and shake. I used a funnel to pour ingredients in the empty bottle. You can keep it in the shower for one to two months. Shake well before each use.

I've tried so many deodorant alternatives I can't even count them all. Then I found this one. It meets all of my expectations -- it smells good, it works (even combating stress-sweat, intense exercise, and hot and humid summer days), it’s economical, it doesn’t stain my clothing, and I feel great about the ingredients. |

Homemade Carpet Deodorizer {with essential oils} - Weed'em & Reap All-Natural DIY with doTERRA Essential Oils.

Homemade Non-toxic Eczema Cream | the fact that it is touted as non toxic makes me question it's effectiveness.....

Try this homemade toothpaste based on coconut oil and you will have the most white and clean teeth :) Choose to take care of your teeth in a natural way..

How To Make Natural Deodorant [infographic]

"homemade shampoo: use a clear bottle. Add some castile soap. Add water to roughly equal 3-4 x the original volume (just eyeball it, then shake the whole thing up). When you start this, your hair will feel greasier than ever. That’s because your scalp is still used to being washed with engine degreaser, so it takes a little time (about a week) for it to settle down and stop producing so much oil. After an adjustment period though, it’s all good."

Homemade deoderant that won't melt 1.1 oz. cocoa butter (1/8 c.) 2.0 oz. beeswax (3 Tbsp. melted) 1.5 oz. coconut oil (3 Tbsp.) 1.5 oz. baking soda (1/8 c.) 1.0 oz. arrowroot powder (3 1/2 heaping Tbsp.) 15 drops clary sage essential oil (for men) or other 10+10 drops of vanilla essential oil and cinnamon essential oil (for women) or other

Natural Deodorant! Rather than using a deodorant with aluminum, this is made with coconut oil (SO good for you), baking soda (to absorb odor), arrowroot powder ( I think to absorb liquid), and essential oils of your choice. I used lavender (great for healing of skin) and Lemon (antibacterial). Smells great, too! Let's see how it works! So far, so good!