Wash Your Face With It As a rule, we think that harsh scrubs and exfoliants do not belong on your face—not least of all because you need that top layer of skin to keep bad stuff out and moisture in. Most exfoliating scrubs also contain other sketchy ingredients—like plastic balls. If you’re hellbent on scrubbring, though, at least switch to baking soda. It works great on elbows and feet too, and combined with some raw honey, this DIY face wash is refreshing and soothing—and anti-acne, too.
Here's my old dresser and mirror that my parents got from #gothiccabinetcraft in the freaking 90s. It was originally green and beige, but I painted it black when I was 13 because of course I did. Since it's good quality wood all it took was some elbow grease, a can of chalk paint, some modpodge and napkins and voila! I have a grown up lady dresser that's #shabbychic and functional ^.^ Found the knobs in #homegoods #diy #handmade #renovation #upcycle #grownup
This really works on fiberglass tubs and showers! Easy Off in the blue can. Spray it on tough hard water stains. Leave on for 2 hours (yes, 2 hours) and then use a stiff bristle brush to lightly scrub. It comes right off. For stubborn stains, you may have to retreat a time or two, but I swear this stuff is amazing!