A detailed review of the new Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Honeysuckle Body Wash. This is my overall impression of this body wash with essential oils and natural plant-based ingredients.
Here is how you save money & make your own All-In-One 100% natural homemade body wash, face wash, sulfate free shampoo & conditioner.This is how to make soap that works for your body, face and hair!
Beldi-type soft soaps—sometimes called paste or gel soaps—are easy to make and wonderful for your skin. Here is my own recipe for a luxurious version.
This article describes the advantages and disadvantages of 7 bath products and explains who would be interested in using them and how these products fair.
Now don't get me wrong ladies—you will love this as well. However, I have designed this body scrub for myself and the other natural neanderthals out there!
Shea butter makes super hydrating bars of soap that your skin will love. All recipes will be made with the cold process soaping method.
This is an excellent Dead Sea salt scrub recipe for exfoliating your skin. It is easy to make and economical.
How to make Beldi facial soap to clear acne, nourish skin with quality oils, and rejuvenate aging skin.
Two homemade recipes using grapefruit. A grapefruit face mask and a luscious sugar, salt and grapefruit peel body scrub to revitalize and invigorate face and body. Read on for recipes, tips and info.
For next to no money and almost no effort (yay!), you can make your own all-natural liquid laundry soap and say bye to expensive, harsh commercial laundry detergent forever.
Bananas may be used in a scrub recipe easily at home. Rich in antioxidants bananas are an excellent ingredient in face scrubs, body scrubs and much much more!
Did you know that olive oil one of the best moisturizers and natural skin care products you can use? Used by mediterranean women for thousands of years, find out the benefits of this wonder product.
I've noticed a huge new trend in shower items: Shower Jellies! Of course, being of such frugal nature, I just can't wrap my head around spending $18.00 on a 3.5 oz shower jelly. That's insane!!
Sometimes you just need a little pampering (shut the bathroom door and just drift away into a spa of your own)! This Himalayan salt & lavender bath bar offers just that!
You don't have to spend a fortune on a beauty product for it to work. Some of the best natural, cruelty-free products can be made at home with items you would find in your fridge or cabinet.
Bath bombs are great fizzy bath items that will fill the bathtub with bubbles, scents, and moisturizing elements. These can cost a fortune to buy but follow this guide to easily make you own at home.
You might not think it, but a pumice stone is one of the best treatments for dry and hardened skin, especially on your feet and hands. These are the best to use for soft, silky skin.
A simple recipe that doesn't require corn starch and fizzes just like a Lush bath bomb! Includes ideas on how to make them unique. Great for relaxation or as a gift.