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  • Donna C. 3 years ago
    I have tried the DIY shampoo made with just baking soda and water and a rinse made with cider vinegar. It actually does work. I like to make lotions with olive oil, coconut oil, and etc. And I do a homemade facial made with yogurt, honey, oatmeal, and avocado that is better than bought. You don't have to worry about getting it to close to your eyes or mouth. Just put on and 15 min. later rinse off, your skin feels smooth and moisturized.
  • Tony R. 3 years ago
    All comments from 2 years ago? Is that correct? Then I won't say anything...
  • EDDIE S. 5 years ago
    I LIKE TO THINK I AM DOING MY PART OF.
  • Anne Lalli F. 5 years ago
    I agree that there are a lot of companies who call themselves "natural" but are not. I think they spread their definition of "natural" quite thin. Fragrance is not natural for scenting, even if the rest of the product is. There are lots of ways to fragrance items with essential oils and they are always natural as they are plant based. I checked the recommended link stated above, www.vitapulita.com and those products are totally natural. No fragrances, no artificial colors, no micas.
  • Wayne B. 5 years ago
    I've noticed that even a lot of the more natural hair care and soap products out there still use artificial fragrance. I have contacted several companies about this since I'm highly sensitive to artificial fragrances and would rather have no scent than an artificial one. It irritates me that everything has to be scented. Artificial fragrance is one of the most toxic ingredients out there.
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