Let us think for a moment about alllll of the things we use our cutting boards for: chopping that apple 🍎, mincing garlic and onion, and cubing the occasional tofu block. Now, not any one of these is bad per sé, but think of all the remnants each of these sessions have left on the cutting board over the course of its life. Let’s be honest, cutting boards have the potential to become petri dishes that keep on giving. It is up to alllll of us to make sure they aren’t giving us food-illness or anything icky of the sort! Here are the things I use and the steps I follow to keep mine as germ-free as possible and disinfect my cutting board.
THIS. STUFF. WORKS. Mother nature knows what she’s doing ─ all the ingredients in my natural cold remedy are well, natural. You can pronounce all the ingredients, unlike the stuff on the back of few store-bought cough syrups I’ve seen, which shall remain nameless… Everything you need can be found at your local grocery store, and you may be using a few to cook your dinner with already. A win-win for your pocket, and your cold ─ which won’t be around for long if you try this recipe ::wink-wink::
My DIY Facial Oil is my secret to clear, radiant skin. Scroll down for the full recipe! If you think you don’t like face oils or avoid them because you have oily skin, I encourage you to reconsider! It’s a common misconception to avoid oil on your face, and I thought the same in the past as well. But I encourage you to flip over the moisturizing skincare products you are currently using — they probably contain oil, so imho, we are cutting out the bad stuff here. I know you probably think the recipe is a bit extra, and you’re right! Sooo, feel free to adjust the recipe as needed.
If you buy fresh fruit and don’t refrigerate it, likely it will attract fruit flies ⏤ it’s only natural! Here’s how to make an effective fruit fly trap at home. Recipe and links to everything I used are below as well. You’re welcome 😉
Have you ever read the ingredients on the back of your mouthwash label? So many chemicals and mystery ingredients that are hard to pronounce and harmful to your health and our environment. Here’s how to make a version at home that is not only safe and non-toxic, but promotes oral health and contains things we can all pronounce and recognize.
Traditional anti-bacterial hand sanitizers are known to do more harm than good since they kill good bacteria along with the bad bacteria.
Learn how to make a version at home that is not only safe and non-toxic, but builds up your immunity too.
Do you know how easy it is to make your own foaming hand soap? This recipe will not only save you TIME (it takes less than 60 seconds to make), MONEY (it is super cost-effective to buy all the ingredients once and be able to make and re-make this recipe when it’s time to refill) and support your HEALTH (store bought hand soaps are filled with synthetic fragrances and chemicals). You’re welcome 😉
Why make your own dish soap at home when you can buy it at the store you ask? Well, many store bought dish soaps contain toxic, synthetic ingredients and dyes that are harmful to us as well as the environment. This homemade recipe is quick and easy to make, uses all-natural ingredients and is more cost-effective. This recipe creates a dish soap that rivals store bought brands in thickness and effectiveness, but it’s healthy for you!
Got tangled tresses? This DIY Hair Detangler & Pre poo will not only melt tangles away and make wash day a breeze, but the all-natural ingredients fortify the hair and add softness promoting hair retention and reducing hair fall.