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Organic for Everyone Blog™ ~ Health and Wellness

Unique Ways to Use Your Balms

Unique Ways to Use Your Balms

Most people use balms in a very traditional way. However, there are so many uses for balms that go beyond using it on your lips and body. 

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Wax-less Eco Candles : Most Affordable Candle Ever!

Wax-less Eco Candles : Most Affordable Candle Ever!

Conventional bought candles can often have synthetics and toxins, that when burned leak into the air. Consumers also have to weary of Soy based candles. Farmers in the rain forest are destroying huge plots of land in order to plant soy. It’s really sad, but most soy is not sustainable and is huge cause to the deforestation of the rainforest. This wax-less candle is also very inexpensive to make, especially if you live somewhere that has a citrus tree nearby.

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Full Body Toning Coffee Scrub

Full Body Toning Coffee Scrub

Hey folks we’ve got a super easy quick recipe for you to try out!

While cellulite is a tricky thing to combat, this coffee scrub could possibly help it out! A quick general reason as to why women get cellulite is because of a layer of tissue under the skin that is web-like. While a google search on the internet will give you a plethora of possible reasons; genetics, fat deposits, weak connective tissue, and more, they all seem to link back to this webbing that lies under our skin. For women, this webbing runs up and down our legs. Men have tissue that runs diagonally, this is just one reason why they are less likely to display cellulite.  

Below the recipe, I’ve broken down each ingredient and its purpose in this scrub and why it can help you tone your skin!

10-minute recipe

 

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Natural Plant Based Tie Dyes

Natural Plant Based Tie Dyes

Tie dyeing has been a stable in most of our lives. Whether your first time was as a Girl Scout (or Boy Scout) or college freshman “Tie Dye” is a great activity for people of all ages! While there are non-toxic dyes you can purchase to color your fabric, we wanted to show you a fun way to dye clothing using ingredients you normally use when cooking! That’s right, we will be using fruits, veggies, and even a spice to dye our white t-shirt! We will be using 4 dyes but I’ll leave ideas for other colors at the bottom of this post, just in case you’d like to try them!

 

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