This homemade face mask for acne is simple to make. It utilizes slippery elm bark and aloe vera to help soothe acne, sunburn, dry, and red or swollen skin.
Hot stone massage is a popular type of massage that involves using heated smooth stones, of a particular type, to help ease and relax tired, sore muscles.
This DIY hair spray is natural and easy to make. You can stop covering your hair with chemicals and make this fruit-based homemade hair spray recipe instead!
Dry skin is no match for this sweet orange vanilla sugar scrub recipe. It exfoliates and moisturizes the skin, promotes healthy skin cells, and is simple to make.
This avocado face mask is an all natural, simple, homemade facial mask that uses the power of nature to help tone, condition, and refresh your skin.
A hydrating facial mist is a simple and effective way to add moisture to your face. They are non-greasy, don’t affect makeup, and customized for your skin.
Overuse of everyday cleaning products can lead to VOC overexposure. Avoid this hazard by replacing common commercial products with natural DIY alternatives.
This is veteran soap maker Debra Maslowski’s “Oils for Soap Making guide”. It helps you decide which oils to use based on what properties you want your soap to have.
Learning how to make beeswax candles gives you a fun new skill and control over the ingredients. Enjoy using these, giving away as gifts, or even selling to your local community!
This DIY herbal mint melt and pour soap recipe is made with dried mint and essential oils. This is a great way to easily make your own natural soap at home.
Learn how to stop bleeding with styptic powder, a natural coagulant. Styptic powder is easy to make, natural, and the ingredients are common pantry items!
We use homemade jewelry cleaner because commercial cleaners are expensive and full of chemicals. Trial and error have proven this solution most effective.
This simple DIY facial can be made in under a minute at home! The quick process gives fabulous results thanks to the secret ingredient: carbonated water!
These DIY bath salts are a candy cane inspired homemade bath soak that is beautiful to look at and even more lovely to soak in! And they make great gifts!
This recipe shows you how to make glycerin soap base. It makes a moldable base (purged of all lye and oils) that you can make into many shapes and colors.
This year I wanted to make beautiful and useful gifts for people. Since I love the scent combo of mint and vanilla I decided to make vanilla mint lotion bars.
Learn the reported magnesium oil benefits that have worked for many people, and learn how to make magnesium oil at home. Our recipe is simple and inexpensive.
Our homemade mouthwash is natural, effective, and gentle, not harsh like the store-bought stuff. It’s easy to make and costs far less than commercial brands but works just as well.