Here are 3 homemade toilet cleaner recipes that will help you ditch the chemicals and save money while cleaning your toilet bowl and toilet tank, naturally.
All you need to make an amazing DIY leave in conditioner spray are three simple ingredients! Simply combine, shake, and apply. Your hair will thank you!
The safest cookware may be a matter of opinion, but those opinions always revolve around just a few different types. Read up and see what’s best for your family.
Chlorine is a popular pool sanitizer, but some folks are opposed to it. Fortunately, these natural pool chlorine alternatives can also keep your pool clean.
Learning how to make sour cream is surprisingly easy, and it sets in just 24 hours. It’s not necessarily cheaper, but making your own always has its perks!
Bacuri butter absorbs into the skin very easily. It is wonderful for mature skin, scratches, burns, and also insect bites, eczema, hair care, and even scars.
Ancient grains were grown by our ancestors. They are heirloom varieties, grown without lab modification, chemical fertilizers, or pesticides. They were more healthful and nutritious than most grains found in stores today.
At first I was intimidated to make fermented vegetables, but I soon discovered that fermenting any vegetable is just as simple and fun as making sauerkraut.
Growing crystals is a fun learning experience, for kids and adults. Learn how to grow crystals that are large, small, in different colors and shapes, and even in geode formations!
This gentle and effective DIY Face Polish leaves skin feeling fresh and rejuvenated, not red, flaky, or overly dry. It’s my favorite way to get glowing skin!
We have high humidity all year. That means mold in shower, toilet, and other secluded areas. I remove the shower mildew and mold with this homemade shower cleaner.
This homemade face wash is a natural facial cleanser that works great, is inexpensive, and easy to make. You can also tailor it to your specific skin type.
This natural homemade insect repellent is great for mosquitos, flies, and other annoying warm season bugs. Use the recipes as they are or tweak to your liking and begin applying your bug spray with confidence. You’ll never buy commercial sprays again!