Making Chemical Free Personal Care Products
Making personal care and cleaning products at home is easy, economical and rewarding. The best part is you know exactly what went into the mix and you can custom make them to suit you and your family. No harsh chemicals are used and most ingredients can be found in the kitchen pantry.
Personal Care Products
Lime, Milk & Olive Oil Moisturizer
This homemade facial moisturizer also makes your face glow
Mix the ingredients well; you can keep this for a few days in the fridge
Honey, Coconut oil & Lemon Juice
This homemade facial moisturizer that will leave your skin feeling silky soft and smooth. Honey is a natural humectant which means it attracts moisture and keeps it where it belongs: under your skin
Oatmeal, Aloe Vera & Honey Moisturizer
A super hydrating homemade facial moisturizer
Simply combine all ingredients and shake well before use. Apply with a spray bottle or use a cotton ball to wipe underarms.
Do a small skin test first to ensure no reaction to the ingredients.
Caution: Store well away from children.
Degreaser / Oven Cleaner
Soak orange skins in white vinegar for 5 days in a mason jar/glass bottle with lid. Then transfer to spray bottle for use.
Oven cleaning: Sprinkle baking soda in oven the spray with orange degreaser. Leave for 1/2 hr then wipe with wet cloth.
Great for removing sticky residue, cleaning stainless steel surfaces.
10 drops total of Spearmint Oil and/or Peppermint Oil
Spray in strategic locations and/or soak cotton balls and place in trouble spots.
Peppermint and/or Lemongrass
Place on cotton balls at the back of cupboards, etc.. and/or spray in trouble spots (10 drops essential oil to 10mls water for spray mix).
Peppermint Oil and/or Spearmint Oil
Smear a line across the floor on the track they are following. Be sure to leave an exit for them that you don't put oil onto.
Mix 5 drops Peppermint, 5 drops Citronella into 10mls water and spray or wipe over exposed skin.