How to Use Deodorant Powder
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It is easy to apply deodorant powder, especially fresh from the shower. Just put your damp fingertip into the reusable glass jar to get some deodorant powder on your finger and then rub it into your armpit. Repeat for the other pit and you are good to go.
Why Natural Deodorant Doesn't Work For Me: Is There A Solution?
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So you’ve tried some natural deodorants and perhaps even dabbled with some DIY solutions to your pit predicament. However, you haven’t come out smelling like roses. Quite the opposite in some instances.
DIY All-Purpose Cleaner
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Here's a recipe for an all-purpose household cleaner that you can make at home using natural ingredients:
Creating a More Sustainable Kitchen with Zero Waste Swaps
Creating a more sustainable kitchen with zero waste swaps is a lofty goal and it sounds expensive, right? Well, yes and no. Plastic stuff sure is cheap, but the environmental costs are huge. Not to mention they are generally junk and actually break easily. So if you factor in that plastic-free kitchen cleaning tools actually last longer and don't have the horrible environmental costs they become the obvious and perhaps even affordable choice. If you are here then you likely know how awful the plastic-pollution situation is. If not just read a couple of these blog post that focus on...
Are Boar Bristle Toothbrushes Good?
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Boar bristle toothbrushes have been around for centuries and are making a comeback as people become more environmentally conscious. The bamboo and boar bristles are sourced in China which is the largest producer of these types of bristles, not to mention bamboo too. The bristles are sterilized with hot water and do not cause any harm to the animal. These bristles are used in a lot of different brushes and are generally a byproduct of the meat industry. This is truly zero waste as it makes wise use of organic waste that would have otherwise generated methane in a landfill, or CO2 in an incinerator.