There is nothing worse when you wear a lovely top, skirt, pants or dress and it clings to you like no tomorrow.
Years ago I used to use chemical-based sprays that I would buy in the lingerie section or personal care aisle at large department stores and supermarkets. I love them, but they never really worked. I always had to carry them around with me.
Until I started doing this trick…
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I never really have a problem with crying onion eyes anymore.
Do you cry when cutting onions?
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Have you ever brought liquid castile that was just too thin for your liking? Or, has this only been me?
I often don’t use foaming tops in the shower so I want a nice thick liquid castile. I don’t like the castile to be too running otherwise it pours out of the pump tops I use.
So, this is what I do…
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I came up with this idea after spending 4 days in hospital with my daughter Bella in 2017. She broke her foot and a few places and needed surgery so I stayed with her, and unfortunately I caught a cold. My nose was raw from using tissues, and unfortunately I only had a limited number of oils as I never left the hospital from the moment the ambulance took us there. I did have a plain dōTERRA lip balm, so I applied some to my nose to act as a barrier against the tissues, and I loved it.
Once we got settled back home, I thought I would test out whether the dōTERRA lip balm worked on my skin as a protector/barrier for when have my hair coloured. And, it works! I find the colour doesn’t penetrate as much into the skin on my forehead and ears. I use it every time I go.
As an alternative, it also works with the correct-x ointment. But, my favourite is the herbal lip balm. Simply because I usually have this, as it’s my favourite lip balm.
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Last week I shared how I use the dōTERRA Beautiful Body Mist as a quick and easy hair mask.
This week, I am sharing with you how you can also use it as your face cleanser and moisturiser* plus as a body wash. How versatile and awesome is that! It’s particularly great when your travelling and don’t want to take too many products with you, or if you don’t want to buy excess products or for when you run out. Personally, this is one of my favourite hacks. Continue reading Wash and Moisturiser
I have previously shared with you my hair mask hack already, but this one is super easy.
But, this is one way I have discovered how to use it a little differently, as it contains nourishing carrier like avocado (makes your hair shiner), coconut oil (supportive for hair growth and shine) and sunflower seed oil (an Omega 9 which stimulates healthy hair), and essential oils like frankincense (supports your scalp and moisturises hair follicles) and bergamot (supports blood flow to your scalp). So, make sure you also rub it into your scalp! Continue reading Easy Hair Mask
Here is my version of The Inspired Little Pots deodorant spray that I like to call ‘pits spray’, which can double up as a magnesium spray for cramping and a spray for clothing that likes to cling to your skin/stockings.
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My hack for using a Lavender Touch Rollerball Bottle in a different way.
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If you only travel with 1 essential oil. Make it Lavender! It’s so versatile. Here is my hack for limiting luggage, limited chemicals, and using your essential oils.
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My hack for using a bottle of balance essential oil in a different way.
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