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Oils have become a major part of my daily beauty routine. Almost every single product I use contains at least one type, or is actually an oil itself. Read more »

Tiffany -Nov 19, 2014, 8:09PM
I use tea tree oil as a spot treatment for blemishes, but also lemon juice, and almond oil as my moisturizor. I wear the latter in the morning and at night before bed.
Jim Morris -Oct 21, 2014, 10:06AM
Essential oils are in everywhere in your daily routine. I got many advantages and uses of essential oils. Thanks for come up with this blog.

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I made the switch from using body lotion to oil about a year ago, and haven’t looked back since. Read more »

nedra -Nov 12, 2014, 5:56AM
I've only heard of using coconut oil on your person recently. Forgive me for asking a stupid question, but here goes anyway. Is the coconut oil that's being used as a moisturizer the same oil you can cook with?
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Post image for Ayurvedic Morning Routine For Winter

This post comes from our Australia contributor, Miann Scanlan. Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleaustralia! Read more »

Miann -Aug 14, 2014, 8:20PM
Elizabeth - there is a wealth of information on the internet. Start with some basic ground reading on the philosophies of Ayurveda which will be a great foundation to understanding why many of the ancient practises are great to incorporate into your day. Meara - they are they Novella Royalle bell bottoms from Free People! :) X x
elizabethportman -Aug 06, 2014, 10:08AM
Ayurveda reminds us about something that our ancestors did without thinking, naturally – to follow the rhythms of nature.

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Yeah, it kind of freaks me out when I’m swimming in the ocean, minding my own business, and I feel it brush up against my leg as if it wants to be friends… but I have a new-found appreciation for seaweed. Read more »

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Post image for How To Clean Your Hairbrushes Naturally

I’ll admit it: I’ve never once properly cleaned one of my hairbrushes. Read more »

A moon baby -Oct 14, 2014, 10:44AM
I use my own shampoo as a cleaner. Good tips :)
elizabethportman -Aug 06, 2014, 10:10AM
Clean hairbrushes and combs are a lot better for our hair than dirty brushes and combs.

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Makeup is one of those things that I personally hate to love. It takes time to put on, but the end result can lift up your spirits, and help you feel put together. Read more »

faith -Jul 28, 2014, 12:12PM
you're so beautiful without the makeup too!!!!! go natural some days!(:
Callie -Jul 26, 2014, 9:29AM
Love this look! It's basically my everyday makeup routine: moisturizer, concealer, mascara. It's very clean & fresh, perfect for the summer.

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Our skin deserves the best of care, and bath bombs are one of my favorite new ways to achieve that.  Read more »

-Jul 18, 2014, 6:36PM
This looks wonderful! I can't wait to try it!
Olga -Jul 15, 2014, 11:04PM
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Acne. It’s just something that happens when we’re younger. It’ll go away on it’s own. Right? But on my 26th birthday, when my acne of 13 years was at its worst to date, I must say… I begged to differ. Read more »

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Nomad -Sep 06, 2014, 4:25PM
Products with Saliclic acid work best for me... I also use 6% Glycolic acid cream every night.. It helps to purify skin and keep new pimples from popping out

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Post image for How To Intensify Your Yoga Routine

This post comes from our Australia contributor, Miann Scanlan. Follow along with her on Instagram @freepeopleaustralia! Read more »

Katie Kat -Aug 14, 2014, 5:31PM
Sweet! Love this. I'm a vinyasa flow teacher and I definitely like to build heat with active flow. Careful with up dog to down dog, though. It's really hard on the rotator cuff, especially if you're not warmed up.
Taylor -Jul 15, 2014, 10:55AM
This routine is very similar to my yoga classes I take, and let me say that IT WORKS! I do it 4 times a week and am starting to see strong and sexy arm and core muscles :)

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Post image for How To Detoxify With Calcium Bentonite Clay

Whether we want to face it or not, we are constantly exposed to toxin upon toxin in our daily life – both internally and externally – and sometimes it gets to be a little too much for our bodies to handle on their own. That, my friends, is where calcium bentonite clay comes to help save the day. Read more »

Shannon -Nov 09, 2014, 8:56PM
This is a practice that's been passed down to the women in my family from my grandmother. I usually will take a bite of kaolin clay once a week or sometimes use the bentonite clay in powder form straight from the jar. I didn't know that there was a "proper way" to take it internally but because of my pica issue, I find this form more palatable . My skin is always blemish free. When I take a break from the clays, I notice I start to become less energetic and my digestion isn't as good. I notice that it also seems to help with my oral hygiene.
Judy -Oct 06, 2014, 11:06AM
I am trying the clay detox baths. (did one this morning.) How often should one do one to cleanse the body for the first time? I have been reading on parasites and realizing they are everywhere and most likely in the creek water I drank as a child. So I am adding clay along with the CD (chlorine dioxide) to a detox- parasite cleanse. This is all new to me and just getting through the research and testimonials on the CD. Am hoping to see the cellulite on thighs disappear with the clay baths. Has anyone else seen cellulite disappear as you detox?

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Post image for 3 Ingredient Makeup Remover (All Natural!)

For a morning pick me up, or a finish to the day, cleansing the face is the fastest and quickest way I feel refreshed. Read more »

Kelsey -Nov 20, 2014, 8:45PM
I am definitely trying this soon, I have all the ingredients but does it have to be baby castile soap? I use Dr. Bronner's almond scented and it would be nice to not have to buy an extra bottle!
Summer -Jul 29, 2014, 10:37AM
So I went out, shopped, combined, and conquered. I absolutely LOVE these make up wipes. I love the scent I love how they get slightly sudsy and I love how there is the slightest astringent feeling left behind I'm guessing from the witch hazel. I am sad to say I totally agree with ^Stephanie and they really REALLY burn my eyes :( so what I started doing is just making sure I take it in the shower with me and rinse it away after I wipe my eyes or follow up with a splash of water from the sink. I think if mine we a little less saturated it wouldn't be as bad. But just the feeling of knowing I made these and how much my skin likes them is enough for me. Thanks Jana for posting this and bring on more home made skin care! xoxo summer http://indianpaintblush.blogspot.com

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Lights are out, head is resting on a pillow, and eyes are shut. In a few moments, you’ll drift off and start to dream… Read more »

Stephanie -Oct 30, 2014, 5:32PM
I'll have to try the cherry juice one I've never heard of it, but it sounds like a cool idea! I've also learned that packing your things up for the next day (I'm in high school) and looking at your calendar helps you know what's coming up the next day. Knowing what I'm doing tomorrow helps me de-stress and therefore fall asleep quicker!
The Queen of Dreaming -Jul 26, 2014, 4:20AM
Great post! Thanks for the tips about Palo Santo and the pillow spray! :) http://justsem.wordpress.com

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