Showing posts from May, 2014

Treat Your Feet

Get a bucket of warm water, not to hot, with a cup full of Epsom salt. You can add a bit of essential oil to the water such as Peppermint or Eucalyptus. Allow salt to dissolve before placing your feet inside. Once the salt has dissolved, place your feet inside of the water, allow to soak for up to 30 minutes. 2 Remove feet from water after 30 minutes. Scrub gently with a nice salt of sugar scrub this helps remove any dry skin. This only takes a small amount of time. After I rinse my feet and pat dry I use a pumice stone to smooth out my heels. This may sometimes require a second soaking and scrub but my feet look wonderful afterwards.

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Helpful Laundry Tip

I found this to be very useful but I haven't tried it yet as I pretty much don't use dryer sheets anymore but thought this was a neat idea.


SUPER simple tip great and saves you A LOT of $$$$!!

You’ll need…..
A container with an airtight lid (I use a 2QT food storage bowl w/screw on lid)

4-6 sponges (I use small, thin, cheap ones)

NOTE: You can also use cloths sheets too as I have them available so I will try these first

2 cups fabric softener (any brand/’flavor’)
4-5 cups water

Gently stir fabric softener and water together in container ..add sponges and put on lid to leave soak.

To Use: squeeze out 1 sponge and put it in the dryer with your load of wet clothes ..when clothes are dry, put the sponge back into the container of mix.
Results: EXACTLY the same as using the expensive dryer sheets that get thrown away!!!!!

Refill container as needed ..but that won’t be very often at all …MAYBE twice a year or less!!!

NOTE: If you use a smaller…

The Wonders Of Coconut Oil

Why coconut oil is a little better than your face moisturizer and as a serum for your hair

Store bought moisturizers contain lots of water, which makes your feel like your skin is being moisturized. But as soon as the water dries, your skin becomes dry again. Also, many store brand moisturizers contain petroleum-based ingredients that can suffocate the skin. In contrast, coconut oil provides deep and real moisture. It helps strengthen underlying tissues and helps remove excessive dead cell on the skin's surface that makes your skin rough and flaky in texture. It is also great for shine and as a natural moisturizer for your hair.

Coconut Oil For The Hair

Coconut oil can help encourage hair growth, reduce hair loss and restore protein loss in dry damaged hair. Massage coconut oil into your scalp as a pre-wash, anti-dandruff treatment or leave in overnight. Just remember to wash out the coconut oil in the morning to leave your hair looking shiny and healthy

Helpful Tip: Rub a dime-size…