Are you stumped as far as what to get friends and family for Christmas or Hanukkah?
Well, guess what? It’s not too late to make your own homemade holiday gifts.
And I’ve got just the thing to help you make it happen — right now!
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DIY Organic Beauty Recipes: The E-Book
From purifying clay masks to herbal toners to essential-oil-scented bath bombs, DIY Organic Beauty Recipes covers it all.
DIY Organic Beauty Recipes will teach you how to make:
- Rosemary Peppermint Soap, scented with essential oils
- Sweet Orange and Honey Shampoo
- Tooth Soap, Tooth Powder and Toothpaste
- Orange Vanilla Dream Lip Balm
- Homemade Sunscreen and Bug Spray
- Man Stink Killer Deodorant (LOVE that!)
This is the Lavender Honey Salt Scrub:
And wow, check out this Mint Chocolate Body Butter:
Here’s the Rosemary Peppermint Soap:
I’ll be honest… I’ve always been too scared to try to make soap at home. I’ve always been intimidated by the lye. But Mommypotamus makes it seem so easy and fun, I’m ready to put on my big girl panties and give it a go.
Why You Need DIY Organic Beauty Recipes
Did you know that store-bought sunscreen is carcinogenic (causes cancer)?
Now you can make your own!
Also, did you know that baby powder can be contaminated with asbestos?
In a 1982 epidemiological study, researchers “found that women who dusted talc on the skin near the vagina or on sanitary napkins had one and a half times the normal risk of ovarian cancer. If they dusted it on both places, they had three times the risk.”
Yikes! Time to make your own baby powder, eh? Thanks to DIY Organic Beauty Recipes, now it’s easy.
OK, here’s another thing. Did you know that the fats from animals (such as beef tallow or lard) are the very best types of moisturizers for our skin?
Mommypotamus calls beef tallow “the perfect food for skin”.
She says that “about 50% of the structure of our cell membrane comes from saturated fats.” She writes, “Tallow fat is typically 50 to 55 percent saturated, just like our cell membranes.”
Dessinger goes on to say, “‘Sebum’ actually means ‘tallow’ in Latin, so we are not the first to make this connection.”
DIY Organic Beauty Recipes Makes It Easy to Be Beautiful
Did you know that you can:
- Whiten your teeth with activated charcoal?
- Make natural skin bronzer with cocoa powder?
- Lighten brown spots with lemon essential oil?
- Make natural blush and lip tint from dehydrated and powdered beets?
I don’t know about you, but this stuff excites me.
Brown spots lightened? Natural skin bronzer? Whiter teeth?
And all with natural, non-toxic ingredients?
Of course, everything we put on our skin, we absorb. Yep, all those nasty parabens and other toxic chemicals.
I’d like to avoid getting breast cancer, thank you very much!
Who is Heather Dessinger and What Is This “Mommypotamus”?
Heather Dessinger is the author of the Mommypotamus blog. If you don’t read it, you should. She’s awesome.
That’s Heather and her daughter, Katie.
Yes, she clearly knows beauty. She’s not only gorgeous, but she’s committed to healthy living and real food.
You guys know I’m picky about what I put on my skin. But I’ve read this whole book and I personally vouch for every single recipe.
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These recipes are totally safe, easy to make, and cost a fraction of what you would spend buying these products at the store.
Give yourself an early Christmas (or Hanukkah) gift that will keep on giving.
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