Do you want to sell the homemade beauty products you already make and use? Take these tips from DIY Natural staff writer Deb Masklowski–who has been making, using, and selling natural beauty products for years–to bring your homemade products to market.
Natural homemade beauty products and toiletries like deodorant, toothpaste, and more.
You all know I love making soap, I’d be happy I could do it all day! I’ve been doing it for a long time now, and because experience is a great teacher, I’m ready to share even more of my soapmaking tips with you!
This homemade ice pack is flexible and easy to make. They are reusable, inexpensive, make for great gifts, and you can control the ingredients. So stop buying the expensive commercial ice packs and make these simple homemade alternatives.
Learn how to lighten hair naturally (and add highlights naturally) at home. We already wrote about coloring hair naturally and figured you would also enjoy an article on lightening your hair naturally! Here are 12 natural ways to do it yourself at home.
Why use apple cider vinegar for hair? It’s a pH balancer, antibacterial, anti-fungal, detangles, removes soap and oil build up without stripping, and even helps protect against dry skin and dandruff. You’ll love this apple cider vinegar conditioning rinse I’ve been using for years!
Activated charcoal is useful in many, diverse ways. Have you heard of activated charcoal? It’s not the charcoal we use on the grill, but a powdered form of charcoal with many tiny pores. These pores absorb materials and are beneficial in the many ways listed here.
If you don’t want to use palm oil but still want to make soap, there are some good alternatives. If you do use it we recommend sustainably-sourced palm oil that is organic and RSPO certified. Do you use palm oil, or some other alternative? What are your thoughts on the subject?