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Clean Beauty

 image by Clean Beauty (@diybeautybabes) with caption : "Ph balancing #NoPoo shampoo
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1 can full fat coconut milk (about 13.5 oz) - ph 6.1-7.0
2 Tbsp liquid raw honey - ph 3.9
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Ph balancing shampoo β€’ 1 can full fat coconut milk (about 13.5 oz) - ph 6.1-7.0 2 Tbsp liquid raw honey - ph 3.9 1 tsp jojoba oil - ph 4.21 1 tsp castor oil - ph 4.65 2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar - ph 3.1 1 tsp essential oils of choice (lavender, cedarwood, rosemary, peppermint, carrot, clary sage and tea tree are all good for hair) πŸ₯£ Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl and whisk until smooth. This will separate some, so shake well before each use. To use, massage a small amount on the scalp and use your fingers or a comb to spread through the hair. Leave on for a few minutes before rinsing off. If your hair is naturally very oily, you can follow this up with an apple cider vinegar rinse made with ΒΌ cup apple cider vinegar and ΒΌ cup purified water. Don’t forget about the detox period before switching to the 😍 . . . . beauty

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Clean Beauty

 image by Clean Beauty (@diybeautybabes) with caption : "Foaming & clearing face wash β€’
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Foaming & clearing face wash β€’ 1 cup filtered or previously boiled (now room temp) water 1/4 cup liquid castile soap: an all-natural, extremely concentrated soap made from 100% plant oils. 5 teaspoons jojoba oil or another facial oil of choice 2 tablespoons raw honey: a wonderful antibacterial that helps to gently eliminate breakout-causing bacterial, and also helps calm the skin 1 teaspoon tea tree oil: another great, all-natural antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antifungal that will not only keep acne-causing bacteria in check, but also help preserve the wash. 15 drops lavender essential oil: great for all skin types, it helps calm inflammation and eliminate bacteria. 10 drops rosemary essential oil: another great, all-natural antibacterial. πŸ₯£ Add the ingredients in the order listed (if you add the soap before the water, it will become a sudsy explosion!). Stir the mixture gently, mixing everything together. Put the mixture into your foaming soap dispenser and your facewash is complete! 1 or 2 pumps is all you need as the castile soap is very concentrated. . . . . beauty

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Seeking Sustainable 🌍

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Trying to reduce waste is such a learning curve and it's easy to think of yourself as not doing enough. I beat myself up about not making progress with reducing my food wrapping waste, but it's important to congratulate ourselves on progress and change - and one area I can say I've made progress on has been reducing my bathroom plastic waste . I've been using a shampoo bar for 4 months now, and in the spirit of complete honesty, it's been a mixed outcome. I'm a curly girl - rarely straighten my hair, frequently blow-dry it with a diffuser because I live in Scotland and would probably get pneumonia if I didn't ❄️ - so my hair can be pretty temperamental. Curly hair is prone to lacking moisture, it's hard to make it look really shiny, and unfortunately the shampoo bar hasn't seemed to help (though my hair is healthy and looks fine) . I'm determined not to give up, and once I finish my current shampoo bar I might try another, but a method I recently learned about is the apple cider vinegar rinse. Putting vinegar on your hair... Yep, sounds weird! But rather than buying an expensive low waste conditioner, I tried this DIY method a month ago because of comments that it helps to remove residue and product buildup in your hair, and can help curly hair especially to look shinier and feel softer. It worked! . The first time round, I used a supermarket brand of cider vinegar which I later learned wasn't necessarily the most beneficial to my hair, so I bought this raw organic one containing 'The Mother' which is supposed to give more nutrients to your hair. I'm adding a drop of geranium essential oil to minimise the vinegar smell, and I'll top it up with boiled water as undiluted vinegar is too acidic. To me, reducing your waste is about using what you already have - so I'm reusing this plastic spray bottle 😊 It's low cost, low waste and fingers crossed it'll really boost my hair care routine! . . . #diybeauty

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Kylie Stevens

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RENOS β€’ Stage 1 complete - prettying up the farm πŸŽ¨πŸ€Έβ€β™€οΈπŸ‘©β€πŸŽ¨ #diybeauty