Hands dirty from hard work? You can clean them using ingredients straight from the garden that stained them.
A good cream can not only clean and protect rough hands, but also restore the balance of acidity upset by harsh soaps.
Whichever natural smell you find most invigorating can be used to scent your homemade facial scrub.
What appears to be one of nature’s most persistent weeds, the common dandelion is endlessly useful for health and beauty.
This cold cream recipe with a long history of use not only softens skin, but can be used as an end-of-day makeup remover.
This fragrant powder will keep you comfortable when you’re interested in staying cool and dry.
By Janice Cox
Toss a nourishing bath bomb in the tub and bask in soothing aromas from essential oils to rejuvenate the mind and body, as well as alleviate stress.
By Raphaele Vidaling
Make Halloween extra spooky this year with a flying ghost.
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