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For most people skin care is a part of daily life. In a 24 hour period I use a cleanser, toner, moisturiser, face serum, hand cream, lip balm, body wash and body lotion. I always lean toward natural and organic because the list of ingredients in unnatural products is frankly daunting. Lets be clear natural,Continue reading “The Importance of Using Natural Skin Care”
Last Friday I opened an Etsy Store! This is something I have been working on for a while and i’m so excited to be able provide people with natural, organic and sustainable products that i’m passionate about. The store is called ‘Happy Hive’ https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/HappyHiveStore and I sell moisturisers, skin healing balms, lip balms, washable makeContinue reading “I opened an Etsy Store”
Plastic is basically the earths equivalent of human’s smoking cigarettes. I apologise for starting with a metaphor but seriously think about it, between the 1930’s and 1950’s cigarettes were actually marketed as being healthy and approved by doctors. It was very unusual to be a nonsmoker. Then in the mid 50’s the links between smokingContinue reading “5 simple plastic alternatives”
20% of all food purchased in Australia is discarded Food waste costs the economy $20 billion each year Up to 40% of all household waste is food The average household spends enough money on wasted food each year to pay 6-9 months worth of electricity bills 30% Of perfectly edible produce is turned away fromContinue reading “The fast facts of food waste”
Homemade protein balls are the best snack! They are cheap to make, can last in the fridge for a couple of weeks and can even be made in bulk and stored in the freezer. Not only do you get a hit of protein from the powder but the flax seeds and oats are also aContinue reading “Peanut butter oat protein balls”
Perchlorethylene, 2-Butoxyethanol, sodium hydroxide. I don’t know about you but i can hardly even pronounce those first two chemicals! these are just a quick example of some of the harmful toxins in everyday cleaning products. Now I know some people think that making their own cleaning products is a bit of a “hippie” thing toContinue reading “Homemade cleaning products: Inexpensive, safe and easy to make”
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