Homemade Thyme Spray To Stimulate Hair Growth & Beat Dandruff

Thyme is an aromatic evergreen shrub and a popular kitchen herb. It is also renowned for its medicinal properties. Its leaves, flowers, and oil contain powerful therapeutic value.  The use of thyme medicinally by ancient Babylonians, Assyrians and Sumerians can be traced back almost 5000 years ago. In the European Middle Ages, thyme was placed beneath a pillow to help with sleep. In the European Middle… [read more]

Easiest Homemade Lavender Linen Spray That Actually Kills Odors

Linen spray is perfect for adding a scent boost to your bed sheets or even freshening up your linen closet. You can use your favorite essential oil combinations or go with a classic like lavender. Lavender is known to help with nervousness, anxiety, stress and sleeplessness. This makes lavender linen spray perfect for spritzing on your pillows right before bed. If you have a cranky… [read more]

Homemade Foaming Facial Wash That Moisturizes Skin

Getting the oils and debris off your face daily is instrumental in helping your skin healthy. However, commercial facial cleansers are often too harsh on the skin causing it to dry out. Using a gentle, natural soap and some essential oils, you can make a simple foaming soap cleanser that will keep your skin looking fresh. Ingredients 1 cup distilled or filtered water ¼ cup… [read more]

Homemade Easy To Make Natural Eye Shadow & Liner

Cream eye shadows and liners are perfect for adding color and moisturizing your eyes. This recipe uses shea butter and vitamin E oil that helps reduce inflammation and boost collagen for the skin. It’s perfect for dry or combination skin. If you have very oily skin, you may want to stick to powder eye shadow. This recipe also uses cosmetic grade mica powder. Using cosmetic grade… [read more]

How To Make Your Own Uniquely Fragranced Solid Perfume

Why should you make your own perfumes? Why not! If you are a fan of essential oils, then you have most of what you need to create a custom scent in the comfort of your home. DIY perfumes can be tailored to fit your mood and style. Plus, they are a fraction of what it cost to purchase the chemical laden stuff from the store.… [read more]

Homemade Natural “Wet” Dry Shampoo Spray

For most hair types, washing it daily is not necessary. In fact, washing your hair with harsh, commercial shampoos on a daily basis will strip your hair of its natural oils.  This will cause hair to be drier and more prone to breakage. Your hair needs to produce natural oils in order to keep your scalp and hair moisturized. Instead of washing your hair daily, try… [read more]

DIY Regenerating Vitamin C Serum To Help You Look Younger

Sun damage, age, old acne scars…it has all happened to our skin at one point in our lives. However, one of the best things about our skin is its ability to regenerate itself. Naturally, it’s a slow process. To help expedite your skin’s renewal you can employ the power of vitamin C. Commercial Vitamin C serums comes at a steep price – for example just one ounce… [read more]

Homemade Soothing Tea Tree Coconut Shampoo To Beat Dandruff & So Much More

Why make your own shampoo? Well, for starters, if you currently make and use your natural beauty products, then you probably already have the ingredients to make it in your cupboard. Secondly, commercial shampoos have tons of chemicals and detergents in them that cause more damage than good to your lovely locks. Add the power of tea tree oil and you have a lovely shampoo… [read more]

Homemade Soothing Tea & Honey Throat Drops For Cold, Cough & Sore Throat

For as long as I can remember, when I felt under the weather, my go to remedy was a cup of hot tea with a splash of lemon and honey. It’s widely know that a lemon and honey combo is great for cutting congestion and soothing the throat. If you are on the go and need a cuppa to help relieve your cold, flu, sore throat… [read more]

How To Make A Beautiful DIY Lip Stain

For someone that doesn’t wear a lot of makeup, I do like for my lips to have a dash of color. I’m not a fan of those heavy, waxy lip sticks that end up on your cup rims and teeth. I prefer a natural tint that will stay put on your lips and moisturize as well. Many commercial cosmetics contain all sorts of toxins and… [read more]