Castille soaps are traditionally made of olive or other vegetable oil. Since 100% olive oil soaps can be slippery and uncomfortable in hand we can add other oils that improve them. In this recipe, coconut oil provides lather and extends its shelf life. Both oils are very nourishing, calming and suitable for all skin types, especially dry skin.
Homemade deodorants are free of many ingredients that have been linked to cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Parabens (synthetic preservatives) and aluminium are found in antiperspirants because both block sweat from going out of pores. Several studies have linked the use of antiperspirants and breast cancer, which sound likely since armpit pores are very close to lymph glands. Deodorant ingredients easily penetrate deep into the skin (especially if it’s injured from shaving/depilation) and since toxins that would otherwise be released with sweating can not leave pores, these ingredients end up in lymph nodes.
Clays are soil materials that can be used for detoxifying and in skin care. Face and body masks are two of the most known uses, but different types of cosmetic clays can be beneficial for soaps, scrubs, and even deodorants.
Busy lifestyle often results in tired eyes, under eye bags and dark circles. While there are many commercial solutions, you can also choose easy natural remedies. Many vegetables and other common household items can help you get rid of these conditions.
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