How to make a dry skin salve with essential oils!
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Create a winter skin care routine with natural ingredients to cleanse, moisturize, and hydrate.
Does your skin feel tight and dry this time of year? Sometimes, skin can lose moisture and some of its natural oils can become depleted. It can be so uncomfortable. And using soap—even all natural, organic soap—can just make your skin feel more dried out.
When you have dry, cracked knuckles, it can feel like you’re constantly applying moisturizer but not experiencing much benefit from it. I have a hand salve that can really help! You can apply this hand salve as often as you need throughout the day. Some people even layer it on thick before bed at night and wear gloves while they sleep, so their dry, cracked knuckles and nails will absorb as much of the healing components as possible. This recipe makes 7 oz (196 gm) of hand salve. You can make it in an 8 oz (240 ml) glass jar or in two 4 oz (120 ml) jars. […]
From Andrea: My Trip to Morocco A while back, I went to Morocco. I think my favorite part of the trip was taking photos to capture the incredible people, the spices, the food, and the color. It’s hard to convey the vibrant energy of Morocco in words, so I thought it would be fun to share some of these pictures with you. […]
I really enjoy sharing natural living recipes. And I love learning new natural living recipes--new green cleaning ideas, natural body care recipes and natural perfumes--I love them all! So please feel free to share your own favorite natural living recipes, tips and tricks in the comment section. […]
This aromatic butter recipe makes a silky, easily-applied chapped skin body butter that moisturizes, soothes, and protects. Body butters are pure nourishment for your skin! The true art of creating body butters has to do with the ratio of butter to oil to wax. To create a chapped skin body butter that's soft and easy to apply, a 6:1 ratio is ideal. Six parts of butters and oils, to one part beeswax. […]