Tip of the Day

Our deodorants are filled with chemicals that are harmful to the environment and to you. Why not blend sodium bicarbonate, witch hazel and mint to make your own? Add sage to make it an antiperspirant 🙂 

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Tip of the Day

Green Tea contains anti-oxidants which slow down aging, fight off infection and keep your body in check. Use some freshly brewed tea as a hair soak, apply as a skin toner, add to the bath or even drink some to reap in the benefits 😀

 

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Simple beauty DIYs to welcome Spring

This winter has been particularly harsh across the globe so here are some simple DIY’s to move you on into Spring. Enjoy!

Meg from Mego on the Go has made up a simpDIY Hot Oil Treatment - Only 3 simple ingredients. All natural! Very easy to do.le recipe that only uses 3 ingredients. In winter, our hair becomes brittle and dry due to all the bad weather so give your locks some much needed lovin’ with this at-home hair mask.

 

 

 

 

  • Grapefruit face/body scrubDIY Grapefruit Sugar Scrub - Exfoliate dead skin cells  and renew damaged skin with this gentle homemade sugar scrub recipe!

Get rid of that leftover dead skin with a scrub from Crissy over at Dear Crissy. I personally don’t like the taste of grapefruit but the smell is just divine and it is so full of vitamins and minerals that I just can’t resist this scrub! Make your February your month to rid yourself of the leftovers of  winter and look forward to spring.

 

 

 

 

 

  • ‘Mud’ maskDIY Edible Mud Mask via Essentially Eclectic

After you’ve exfoliated with the scrub, use a moisturising face mask to give your skin some suppleness. This ‘mud mask’ from Thinking Closet (Scroll down to the 2nd recipe on the list) is just the thing to feel rejuvenated after the harsh winter!

 

 

  • Beautiful hair spray trio                          Spa sprays
    These sprays from One Good Thing by Jillee are a good way to keep your hair strong, de-frizzed and even lighten your hair. The three include: ‘Lighten & Brighten’ spray, ‘Smooth & Shine’ spray, and finally ‘Strengthen & Volume’ spray. Get a pack of empty spray bottles from Dealz or a cheap euro/dollar shop to keep the spray in. Maybe even carry one in your handbag/schoolbag/whatever for on the go!

 

DIY Bunny Bath Bombs

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Why not finish off this list with a cute and fun bath bomb recipe? Easter is just around the corner and this treat will definitely get you in the mood. Crystal over at A Pumpkin and a Princess has just the recipe you need. If you don’t have a similar mould, just go for a cupcake mould (preferably silicone as this makes it easier to remove the bath bomb) like this one –>  

 

 

 

I really hope you enjoyed this list! In the next few days I’ll release a list for Spring crafts you can try. Hope you have fun trying out these DIY’s, let me know in the comments below or on facebook and twitter x