Ear candles get rid of wax and other stuff from inside your ears right? Right? Read about our candling experience and learn from the research we did.
Using handkerchiefs instead of facial tissue is another great way to reduce your use of disposable paper products. Try it, I guarantee you’ll like it!
You can make this homemade deodorant spray using all-natural ingredients. It’s so easy and effective you’ll never buy deodorant again. We promise!
Before paying an arm and a leg for commercial pore strips, try this homemade gelatin pore strip recipe and blackhead tape to remove blackheads and save money.
Making your own natural beauty products can be much easier than you think. Doing so gives you control of ingredients, satisfaction, and piece of mind.
Make these natural bath bombs to use at home and also give away as gifts. They’re simple to make and are a fun and educational project to do with kids.
Researching products and ingredients takes time and effort. The benefits include: peace of mind, knowledge, savings, and resulting the health benefits.
Let’s answer the buzzing question “What is Xylitol?” to figure out why this sweetener is popular and if it’s benefits live up to all the recent hype.
How to reduce trash and paper usage by making the switch from disposable paper products to reusable products that save money and make you feel good.
Beyond saving money and living sustainably, there are many reasons to make things yourself, here are a few of our favorite reasons to DIY Naturally.
Suffer from dry damaged hair or dandruff and dry scalp? Make easy and effective at home hair treatments and kick expensive spa treatments to the curb.
This is natural herbal ointment is a great salve to use for healing and makes an incredible gift for others. Use this recipe for better health.
This homemade facial recipe, made of 3 simple, everyday ingredients, helps to reduce acne and wrinkles while improving your skin’s elasticity and shine.
Why learn how to cut hair at home? It saves money and increases sustainable living skills. As a family of 2 the DIY hair cut saves us nearly $300 every year.