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bird cages prevue hendryx -Oct 18, 2014, 9:39PM
Thank you for the auspicious writeup. It actually was once a entertainment account it. Glance complex to far added agreeable from you! By the way, how could we communicate?
Caitlin -May 16, 2014, 12:23PM
My third grade teacher alway gave us fresh sprigs of rosemary before tests and encouraged us to take a whiff whenever we had trouble remembering answers. I haven't seen a teacher use it since then but I'm hoping to incoporate this herb once I have my liscense. :)

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We all have that certain scent. That scent that, when we smell it, makes us feel so good; so at home. It makes us feel like us. Read more »

Iga -Jul 29, 2014, 2:18AM
May I ask where did you buy such a beautiful mug?
Brittny -May 28, 2014, 2:50PM
Bergamot and grapefruit are my favorite combination when making body scrubs and soap! :) Brittny

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I recently made the switch to natural deodorant. Read more »

Brittany -Oct 29, 2014, 8:23PM
Antipersperiant might not be proven to be linked to life threatening diseases but it's messing with your body's natural function. I find it really messed up that we as a society are so self conscious that we're afraid to do what our bodies are built to do--sweat! Also, it ruining all of your favourite shirts. The most natural and also most effective deodorant I've ever used is a lemon. Not lemon essential oil, or lemon juice strained and diluted with such and such, but just a simple small slice of lemon rubbed under my arms. It creates an environment that is too acidic to be hospitable to oder causing bacteria. It's so cheap and so effective. You only need a small slice with each application, and I know many people that only need one application every other day (as long as you're not using harsh soaps in the shower). It doesn't disrupt your sweating, you just don't smell--like, at all. It's awesome and I will never be rubbing any over priced, or labor intensive "natural" concoction on my underarms again. Warning: Lemon does make skin more sensitive to sunlight, so if you plan to have exposed pits in the sun take precautions.
Reid -Sep 29, 2014, 12:38PM
The very best deodorant that I have ever used is Ozone Layer Deodorant, which also happens to be ALL NATURAL! It's just shea butter and beeswax infused with oxygen, a new patent pending technology, which oxidizes anaerobic bacteria, eliminating the root cause of odor. It is so effective that you can put it on after you are already experiencing body odor because it kills the bacteria responsible for that odor. It's unbelievable! Check it out at www.OzoneDeodorant.com, it's also on AMAZON.com

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The ponytail never goes out of style, but spring and summer are when it really comes out to play. Read more »

Sherry Park -Apr 25, 2014, 1:23PM
Nice pony tail. I'll share this in our site http://v-spa-v.com
Tiffany -Apr 23, 2014, 2:16PM
Very cute, I love the snap shots too! Makes me want to stay inside and laze around all day! Xx, Tiffany | www.sunshinedaydreamphotography.com

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Shawn -Nov 17, 2014, 12:49PM
I made a blend of grapeseed, black seed, coconut and castor oil (I add castor oil for the winter months) makes the skin feel heavenly!!
Hyman -Oct 14, 2014, 9:24PM
This blog was... how do I say it? Relevant!! Finally I've found something which helped me. Appreciate it!

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UPDATE: This post originally ran on March 7th but we are still loving these hair trends for spring so we wanted to share it again! Read more »

satin pillowcase -Aug 04, 2014, 9:28PM
I love the bobby pins. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your weblog and wanted to say that I have truly enjoyed browsing your blog posts.
Karis -Apr 06, 2014, 9:09AM
love these, wish my hair wasn't so short/curly so i could create these styles :(

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It’s really interesting to me that so many beauty products out there contain incredibly long lists of potentially harmful synthetic ingredients, when in reality, you can often achieve the same goal with just one ingredient. Read more »

Krishna -Nov 19, 2014, 7:29AM
These beauty tips are latest for every time. Aloe vera is also very effective on skin,
Julio -Oct 20, 2014, 7:40AM
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It’s rare that I will ever take a bath as I’m much more of a shower person, but when I crave one, I crave nothing more. Read more »

elizabethportman -Aug 07, 2014, 5:05AM
Thanks, son had numerous X-ray’s last week, is it too late to detox?
Sherri -Jun 03, 2014, 5:33AM
This sounds like heaven... Thanks for the recipe!

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For years and years and years, women in Asian cultures have been using rice water as a way to cleanse their skin. Read more »

Michelle -Dec 18, 2014, 12:55AM
i have just started trying this hopefully it works cause i have really bad acne :( just one question.. can you put on a moisturizer once the rice water dries up?
Ruby -Dec 09, 2014, 2:37PM
how many times a day do you wash your face?

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First of all, I’d like to start this post off with a friendly little reminder that you do not need makeup. You are gorgeous on the inside as well as the outside. There’s nothing that the presence or lack of a little makeup can do to change this about you. Know that. But for those of us who enjoy wearing makeup — especially on those days when we just aren’t feeling as on top of the world as usual… I wanted to share a little tip I came across.

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Jazmin -Mar 31, 2014, 11:34AM
I love this! Definitely trying this. I wanna go more natural this spring & summer. I love make up, don't get me wrong, but I would like to wake up & not wear too much make up & feel good about myself. So thank you guys so much <3 Keep Being Awesome xx
Haley -Mar 19, 2014, 8:55PM
I'm so excited to try this! Thanks for the tip. www.chasingvelvetskies.blogspot.com

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Update: This post originally ran February 10th, 2014, but we wanted to bring it back to get your cheeks all rosy for spring!

Making your own natural makeup is a beautiful way to feel good about what you’re putting on your skin, and this recipe only has a few ingredients.

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Nadine -Nov 27, 2014, 3:15AM
Good work girl! I really lovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvve it and I am gonna try it! I hope all of us women and girls shall do this! it's cheap, it's safe, it's great for the skin, it smells good and unharmful for the environment!!! Please teach us more on how to make own make up! you're genial! Many thanks!
V -Oct 29, 2014, 10:08AM
I am going to try some of these ideas right away! I like them as a powder and pretty sure this will work well for me as I use coconut oil on my skin each morning and the powder will stick nicely as I am using conventional loose powder and it works well. No longer want unknown chemicals on my face! Thanks for this : )

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April -Aug 24, 2014, 12:46AM
I tried this recipe out, just to let everyone know, and here is what I have to say: First, it isn't very pigmented AT ALL. It gives a very subtle natural color on the lid, which is fine, but I was hoping for a little more color. I even tried adding more turmeric powder, but it didn't seem to do the trick. Second, I actually did get a little in my eye on accident while applying it. I can assure you that it didn't hurt at all, for the people who were wondering if it stings or anything like that, it doesn't. Overall, I enjoyed making it, but I'm not sure it's something I will use on a regular basis because of the lack of pigment. I may try it as a bronzer instead...
Jeanette -Apr 22, 2014, 5:33PM
Are you sure of the safety of these ingredients on the eye lids? Being a pharmacist, I know from my training and dealing with natural products, that the eyelids are very thin and can absorb ingredients through the lid. Also, is there any information on what happens if any of these ingredients get in your eye? Just because it is natural, does not mean it's safe for the eye area.

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