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  • Melody King
  • March 31, 2017 11:59:48 AM

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A blog dedicated to being an organic and natural beauty - inside and out. Features DIY beauty and house cleaning projects, health tips and product reviews.

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Makeup DIY: Matte Translucent Finishing Loose Powder (for Oily Skin)

Recently, I’ve been reading a lot of good reviews about Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder which is considered as a Holy Grail (must-have) product for oily skin people like me. I almost bought it but decided not to because I find it expensive - almost Php 400 for a 5g of product. In the end, I realize I can try to make my own oil-control powder since I have most of the raw materials on hand. Let me tell you, you can buy the raw materials in bulk which is enough to make 1-2 years supply of...

Piñatex: Vegan and Sustainable Alternative to Animal Leather

Image Credit: Piñatex [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia CommonsDid you know that the leather industry is one of the primary contributors to our ever growing pollution problem? Leather tanning – which is the process of converting animal skin into leather – involves the use of harmful chemical agents. The most commonly used leather tanning agent is chromium which can be toxic to human at high exposure over a long period of time. Environmental issues also arise as chromium waste (which comes...

Product Highlight: CocoWonder

Image Credit: CocoWonderCoconut is often called as the “tree of life” because every single part of it can be used to make several products. Andy Albao saw this opportunity and decided to establish CocoWonder – a Filipino brand that focuses on creating high quality healthy products from coconut. The company takes pride in the fact that they produce the raw materials directly from their farm and are processed immediately in their facilities to maintain the product’s freshness. All...

Essential Oil Profile: Ylang Ylang

Latin Name: Cananga odorataPlant Family: AnnonaceaePlant Part Used: FlowerExtraction Method: Steam distillationScent: Intensely sweet, exotic, floralColor: Clear, pale yellowViscosity: ThinShelf Life: 4 to 5 yearsMax Dermal Use Level: 0.8%Notes (Perfume): Base (to Middle)Phototoxic: NoSafe for Kids: NoSafe for Pregnancy: YesSafe for Breastfeeding: YesHas GRAS Status: YesChemical Families: sesquiterpenes, esters, sesquiterpenolsPrimary Chemical Constituents: limonene, beta myrcene, linalool,...

10 Awesome Household Uses for Baking Soda

If you are a baker, baking soda is a staple item in your kitchen pantry. Baking soda (also known as sodium bicarbonate) is often used as a leavening agent in doughs and batters to make them rise and expand. How does it happen? When baking soda is mixed with an acid (e.g. vinegar, lemon juice, etc.), it makes small bubbles of carbon dioxide that cause baked goods to rise.Baking soda should not be confused with baking powder, they are totally two different things. Baking powder is already a...

Safe Essential Oils for Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

When a woman is pregnant, she is often advised by a doctor to be extra cautious with her food and drug intake as well as cosmetic products applied to the skin. It is because during pregnancy, whatever the mother takes internally or externally could reach the fetus through the placenta. The same is also true for breastfeeding mothers. The mother’s daily diet can affect the nutritional content of the breast milk.It is no wonder that women often ask if it is safe to use essential oils while...

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