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Moody Sisters Skin Care Review + Giveaway

General, Safe makeup and skin care
Moody Sisters Skin Care Review

Your skin is your body’s largest organ and it is important to take good care of it. Every 27/28 days it renews itself by sloughing off old dead skin cells and replacing them with fresh new ones. A proper skin care routine is vital to this process. I recently got to try out the Moody Sisters Complete Skin Care Set. Even though I have combination skin, I often find myself afraid to try out skin care sets for this skin…

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Baking Soda for Green Cleaning

Green Cleaning
budget friendly cleaning

Baking soda is yet another of my favorite, budget friendly cleaners featured in my article, ​Dollar Store Deals for Green Clea​ning. Like vinegar, the uses for it seem endless. You may be familiar with it for its ability to make your baked goods rise; however, it has tons of practical cleaning uses as well. It is nontoxic to humans and very versatile. Baking soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, is derived from a mineral and in simplest terms is a…

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Vinegar for Green Cleaning

Green Cleaning
Safe, budget friendly cleaning product, vinegar

Is vinegar not the most versatile product ever? Not only does it have tons of uses for cleaning and cooking, but it is also very reasonable. So reasonable in fact, it makes it into my article, Dollar Store Deals for Green Cleaning. But the dollar store isn’t the only place to get a great deal on it, white distilled vinegar is easily accessible at pretty much any store these days. Vinegar is an ingredient I use for cooking so by…

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Dollar Store Deals for Green Cleaning

Green Cleaning
Save Money Green Clean

  Are you worried that going green is going to cost a lot of money?? Well have no fear, green cleaning can actually save you money! Just a quick trip to the dollar store and you can find these simple items for DIY cleaning products. (Stay tuned, I plan on sharing recipes soon!)  These are some of my favorite dollar store deals: Baking Soda, also known as sodium bicarbonate, is great for absorbing smells. Pet messes are something I use it on often and…

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Why I Switched to Wool Dryer Balls

Green Cleaning
Why I Switched to Dryer Balls

  Have you made the switch yet to using less toxic chemicals in the laundry room? Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, formaldehyde, nonylphenol, and dichlorobenzene are just a few of the many toxic ingredients that can be found in laundry detergent and dryer sheets, even ones that claim to be green from reputable companies. These have been know to have serious side effects including causing cancer, respiratory distress, asthma, skin irritants. Chemical fragrances are being piped into the air you breathe through the dryer…

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