Hairspray is a product most of us, especially women, use on a daily basis! Unfortunately, there are a lot of chemicals in these products that put our health at risk just to hold our hair in place.
Our kitchens can be a big burden on the environment, from the type of food cooked most often, to water usage and the waste from different products. There’s no getting around it, we all need to use our kitchen so I wanted to show you a few simple ways to make it more eco-friendly!
A body butter recipe that is creamy and feels so good when you put it on! All of the ingredients are very beneficial for the skin. No nasty preservatives or additives that can harm your health. It’ll also save you money and can be made in less than 30 minutes!
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that indoor air pollution is 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor. The EPA also estimates the average person receives 72% of their chemical exposure at home.
Shampoo is a product that we use a few times a week, some even use it everyday so it should be a product that has better ingredients.
Winter is officially here and you might have noticed a difference in your skin… The cooler weather can cause it to dry out even more. This homemade hydrating lotion is made with just a few simple ingredients and it’ll save you money!
It’s been known for decades that potential health problems have been associated with applying conventional antiperspirants and deodorants to the body.
Research shows that people who don’t get enough sleep or those who consistently miss out on good sleep are 3-5 times more likely to get sick. It also takes these people longer to recover once they are sick.
Plastic pollution is a global problem that continues to grow rapidly every day. Besides pollution, plastic can also affect our health.
Over the last decade dry shampoo has grown to be staple beauty product in a lot of bathrooms.
Store-bought cleaners are filled with chemicals that can affect on our respiratory health, hormones and cause other health issues.
Raise your hand if you’ve ever wanted to unbutton your jeans because you felt so bloated! A lot of times this can happen after a holiday weekend and a little too much indulging. Here are some foods that can help reduce all the bloating.
Now that the temperatures are warmer we’ll be spending more time outside, hiking, camping or just taking a nice summer stroll. This also means we’ll be fighting off bugs, especially mosquitos! Instead of reaching for the bug repellents that are full of chemicals, how about trying some of these more natural remedies
Mascara, it’s something almost everyone has in their makeup bag. It’s said to be the second most used beauty product behind lipstick! I definitely use mascara more than lipstick so I want to know what’s in it, especially if I’m putting it on my body almost every single day. But not all mascaras are …
We’ve been told over and over again to put on sunscreen to prevent damage and even skin cancer from sun exposure, but did you know a lot of these ingredients meant to “protect us” haven’t even been tested for safety or efficacy?
The EPA estimates that indoor air pollution can be 2 to 5 times higher than outdoors! Powerful disinfectants cleaners, scented air fresheners, laundry detergent and more all contribute to the pollution that is being trapped in our homes, schools and offices.