Ditch the toxins and refresh your body with this DIY citrus mint body wash. Made with natural ingredients, this soap invigorates the skin!
Everyone is familiar with a relaxing Swedish massage, but what about a lymphatic drainage massage? Here’s how to do it on yourself!
Want to learn how to make your own baby lotion? This recipe is safe for even the youngest child with the most sensitive skin.
This DIY mango body butter is perfect any time of the year. Keep your skin moisturized whether it’s rainy, sunny, cold, or windy!
People are obsessed with bidets in many parts of the world and after learning about the benefits, you may say goodbye to toilet paper.
You only need three ingredients to make your own non-toxic hand soap! It’s moisturizing, easy to make, and smells like freshly cut lemons.
For all the pregnant mommas out there, this DIY belly butter may help reduce the appearance of stretch marks once the baby arrives.
The honeydew melon is potentially the sweetest of all melons and may support hydration, digestive health, bone health, and more.
Nourish the skin with this fragrant citrus body butter, which contains all-natural ingredients and real zest from two citrus fruits.
Blue light, air pollution, and UV rays can cause sagging, dark sport, and fine lines. These ingredients can help protect your skin.
Sleeping in the nude may promote reproductive health and help you sleep better by keeping you cool. Learn about other health benefits here.
There are so many store bought items that have harmful chemicals and toxins. You can make non-toxic versions with natural ingredients.
This DIY magic cream works to nourish and moisturize the skin. It may even work as a hair treatment or help tame frizzy hair.
The skin is the body’s largest organ and the skin barrier protects it from free radicals. Here’s how to protect it from external damage.
A whipped moisturizer that is very easy to make. Only requiring two ingredients, dandelion and coconut oil, this will make your skin happy.
Flavorful, colorful, and highly nutritious, apricots may boost gut and skin health. Learn about their other health benefits in this article.
Pamper your skin with soothing ingredients after a day in the sun. A cooling summer face mist can help restore hydration after sun exposure.
Do you have curly locks or thick, straight hair? Scientists researched which type of hair keeps you cooler as temperatures rise.
Eating seasonally increases nutrient intake and contributes to a more sustainable environment. Eat summer vegetables for great benefits!
If you your web search for quality boot wax let you down, fret not because this DIY leather conditioner works on shoes, purses, and more.