Feeling pretty crafty if I do say so myself!
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Join Date: Feb 2008
I surely can! I kind of stumbled upon a blog called One Good Thing by Jillee. She lives in the state I live in (not important, just a random fact). She's pretty funny and has all these homemade recipes for household cleaners, laundry soap (liquid and powdered), bleach alternative, mix to get the yellow stains our of your white shirts, the sea salt spray, facial cleansing wipes, homemade boogie wipes (how freaking awesome is that?!) and so much more!
One Good Thing by Jillee
Just click on the categories and explore to your heart's content! The recipes for some of the stuff I used here was under "Homemade Solutions." But she has a whole recipe sections full of gluten free meals, etc. It is a really well done blog.
Some other blogs I liked were:
Wellness Mama | Health, Nutrition, Recipes, Natural Living, Fitness
The Whole Crunchy Blog | Crunchy Betty
(^This website is where I got the idea to break some of my batch into pieces and store them in altoid tins for my purse, work, etc., so I'm not trying to lug around a block of solid lotion bar)
Little House in the Suburbs
Those were just some of the blogs I really found fun.
It all started with searching for recipes for OCM, so here is what I found on that along with the other more creative stuff!
Natural Skin Care: Oil-Cleansing Method : Nature's Nurture
The Oil Cleansing Method - A simple, cleansing facial massage for clear skin!
Oil Cleansing Method Tutorial for Beautiful Glowing Skin
(^Her site is pretty pimp overall)
Okay. Those are some websites you can play with until I can get recipes on here for you!
This area is under construction as my hair type change
d and nothing works well for
me. I shamp
I condition and
pretty much have done nothing
chuck my hair in a messy
for the past oh...yea
eah, I'm that lazy.
No...going no-poo or CG does not work for me. It leaves me overconditioned and oily in a second no matter what I use, so that's not what's not working.