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Not exactly a food, but this facial mask worked for me. I was surprised! // Homemade Honey and Lemon Face Mask #theeverygirl
Homemade Honey and Lemon Face Mask What you’ll need: ½ Organic Lemon 1 tbsp. Organic Raw Honey Mixing Bowl Spoon
Tried this today :) awesome, delicious sticky loved it - Homemade Honey and Lemon Face Mask #theeverygirl
Homemade Honey and Lemon Face Mask: Don’t think that the spa is the only place on earth were face masks exist: you can make your own blackhead busting version with just two ingredients: honey and, of course, lemons. Chill out for 15-30 minutes while your skin soaks up all the good stuff (antioxidants galore!).
Homemade Honey and Lemon Face Mask #theeverygirl ½ Organic Lemon 1 tbsp. Organic Raw Honey
Homemade Honey & Lemon Face Mask | the everygirl
Lemon and Honey face mask
You know what to do if life gives you lemons... make DIY beauty and skincare products! Okay, so the phrase might not be as catchy, but it’s way true: lemons are natural toners and cleansers, making them the go-to for everything from brightening your hair to banishing oily skin. Plus, they’re extremely cheap for a main ingredient (take that four for $1 deal next time you’re at the market). So we’re putting the spotlight on the yellow citrus in our latest DIY beauty roundup with these 12 easy ways to work lemons into your homemade beauty recipes.
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Homemade herbal sachets pull double duty for your fabric items by imbuing them with a fresh scent while deterring pests. Place on a hanger in a closet, in a drawer with lingerie or socks, in a chest with off-season garments or anywhere you’d like to offer a bit of fragrance and olfactory protection from pests. Fir, cinnamon, dried orange peel, lavender, cedar.
Herbal Sachets - For today’s Small Measures, I’m sharing my all-natural solution for keeping garments in tip-top shape. Homemade herbal sachets pull double duty for your fabric items by imbuing them with a fresh scent while deterring pests.
DIY Herbal sachets for keeping clothes smelling fresh and moth free. On Design*Sponge.
Homemade herbal sachets for protecting clothing from moths
DIY herbal sachet for keeping garments in tip-top shape
DIY Beeswax insect repellent candles: 1/2 pound beeswax (either as a solid block or already broken up into smaller pieces) 3 drops citronella essential oil 3 drops eucalyptus essential oil 2 drops cedar essential oil
Small Measures: Beeswax Insect Repellant Candles | This is a bit of a long process but if you're up for the challenge, you can DIY your own bug repellant outdoor candles.
Great DIY Project from Design*Sponge -- Small Measures: Beeswax Insect Repellant Candles | Design*Sponge
Small Measures: Beeswax Insect Repellant Candles | Design*Sponge- I might try with other essential oils
Small Measures: Beeswax Insect Repellant Candles | Design*Sponge #dssummerparty #designsponge
Small Measures: Beeswax Insect Repellant Candles | Design*Sponge
DIY: Beeswax Insect Repellant Candles via Design*Sponge.
Beeswax insects repellent candle. Great tutorial that I discovered for making! Link is after my commentary as per usual. Some of you may already have read my previous page of tips on how to make beeswax “jar candles”, together with the link to an original tutorlal. This new tutorial adds an extra twist – the use of citronella, eucalyptus and cedar essential oils which act as insect repellants, meaning that your candles are great for use outdoors on those warm summer evenings that will soon be upon us! I can’t really think of very much to add to this fantastic tutorial. They’ve covered it all, including a ton of extra images and a list of all the tools and materials you will need. There are a few important notes regarding, and these are important – so I might as well go over them again: 1) Use the “double boiler” for melting beeswax (this is more for quality because too high a temp, such as that from using a single pan. will discolor / burn the beeswax. 2) make sure the wick stays in the center of the jar when pouring the candle. A wick too close to the side could heat the glass too much and cause it to crack. 3) Don’t let candles burn all the way to the bottom as this could also crack the glass (another reason not to leave candles unattended!) 4) Don’t leave candles close to curtains or drapes, and don’t leave them underneath a shelf as when the air is still, they can set light to things a surprising distance above the flame. 5) It’s usually a good idea to leave candles on a sturdy, steady earthenware dish, even if they are in a jar, to add another layer of “protection” in case they get knocked over etc. Here, then, is the link to the full tutorial for insect repellant beeswax candles:http://www.designsponge.com/2012/06/small-measures-beeswax-insect-repellant-candles.html
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Dealing with dull and coarse hair? Try this avocado hair mask for silky smooth results.
Avocado Hair Mask for dull, coarse, frizzy hair! Definitely a must!
avocado hair mask to make hair soft and shiny hair-beauty
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Hair masks can be found in any cosmetic shop, but still, it is better to prepare your own hair treatment. Do not know how to start? We will take care of that. These three masks are good for dry hair, they are easy to make, and they will also nourish your hair and give it a healthy and shiny look.