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CLEANSE // @kiehlsnyc Calendula Deep Cleansing Foaming Face Wash x Lemon and Rosemary Detox Water in a @ dropbottle. Tap the link in our bio to download the Kiehl's x DROP bottle recipe book and hydration challenge #kiehlshydrationchallenge

CLEANSE // @kiehlsnyc Calendula Deep Cleansing Foaming Face Wash x Lemon and Rosemary Detox Water in a @ dropbottle. Tap the link in our bio to download the Kiehl's x DROP bottle recipe book and hydration challenge #kiehlshydrationchallenge

Roasted Veggie Pita with Avocado Dip by pinchofyum #Sandwich #Pitas #Veggie #Chickpea #Avocado #Healthy

Roasted Veggie Pitas with Avocado Dip

Roasted Veggie Pita with Avocado Dip by pinchofyum #Sandwich #Pitas #Veggie #Chickpea #Avocado #Healthy

Our savory MUST makes on Paper & Stitch - loaded mediterranean street fries

7 Savory (and Totally Decadent) Recipes that Will Make you Forget it's Monday

Our savory MUST makes on Paper & Stitch - loaded mediterranean street fries

10 Homemade Face Wash and Face Scrub Recipes

10 Homemade Face Wash and Face Scrub Recipes

Looking for a homemade scrub that is both exfoliates and moisturizes? Try out this Aloe Green Tea Homemade Face Scrub. This healthier and cheaper alternative to store-bought face scrubs is super quick, easy, and customizable.

HOW TO MAKE THE FACEPAINTS:  Mix together two heaped teaspoons of cornflour/cornstarch with one teaspoon of baby lotion. Add a few drops of food colouring and mix together well until you have reached the desired consistency. For a thicker paint add more cornflour/cornstarch and to make it runnier add more baby lotion (alternatively a few drops of water could be used).

HOW TO MAKE THE FACEPAINTS: Mix together two heaped teaspoons of cornflour/cornstarch with one teaspoon of baby lotion. Add a few drops of food colouring and mix together well until you have reached the desired consistency. For a thicker paint add more cornflour/cornstarch and to make it runnier add more baby lotion (alternatively a few drops of water could be used).

There’s nothing like having a new baby to make you really start checking labels on all the products you use at home. From food to cleaning and hygiene products, no item is left unturned. In recent years, many people have taken a turn back to using and making their own natural products and that most definitelyContinue Reading...

5 Easy DIY Baby Products That Are Natural & Safe

There’s nothing like having a new baby to make you really start checking labels on all the products you use at home. From food to cleaning and hygiene products, no item is left unturned. In recent years, many people have taken a turn back to using and making their own natural products and that most definitelyContinue Reading...

Start by pre-heating your oven to 375. Make sure you wash the squash {haha that rhymes!} first. Next, cut it in half lengthwise and place the squash face down into your baking dish. I like to add a small amount of water into the bottom of the dish to prevent it from sticking. Cover the baking dish with foil and cook in oven for 45 minutes.

Butternut Squash Baby Food

Start by pre-heating your oven to 375. Make sure you wash the squash {haha that rhymes!} first. Next, cut it in half lengthwise and place the squash face down into your baking dish. I like to add a small amount of water into the bottom of the dish to prevent it from sticking. Cover the baking dish with foil and cook in oven for 45 minutes.

OLIVE OIL FACIAL CLEANSER  2 teaspoons liquid face soap or baby wash 2 tablespoons water 2 tablespoons glycerin 1/2 cup olive oil Clean, empty pump bottle  Pour ingredients into a food processor or blender.  Mix until thickened, smooth and creamy

OLIVE OIL FACIAL CLEANSER 2 teaspoons liquid face soap or baby wash 2 tablespoons water 2 tablespoons glycerin 1/2 cup olive oil Clean, empty pump bottle Pour ingredients into a food processor or blender. Mix until thickened, smooth and creamy

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