Live Green and Earn Points


  • Regina C. 9 years ago
    Coffee grinds and olive oil are great for exfoliating and the coffee reduces cellulite. I use apple cider vinegar nearly everywhere, but when diluted with water and essential herbs it makes a great toner. Apple Cider vinegar is also a great addition to henna when covering grey hair. I use baking soda as a "shampoo" and apple cider vinegar as "conditioner". Of course oats and sugar are great, too!
  • Diane W. 9 years ago
    I made a facial exfoliant with baking soda and water to form a paste.
  • Anne Lalli F. 9 years ago
    Someone asked about how to make hair less frizzy. One thing I know is that hair becomes a lot more soft and loses frizz when harsh shampoos are stopped. Trade in your shampoo filled with sulfates and parabens for a natural shampoo bar. Over time with use, you will notice that the frizz is substantially reduced. I buy mine from an independent soap maker at
  • Beth D. 9 years ago
    My mother swore that if you had "smelly feet" soaking them in brewed tea would relieve the odor-and you know what it works if done regularly!
  • Natalie G. 9 years ago
    @Michelle M - Try Pamela's suggestion of lemon juice and oatmeal!

    @Ginniebez - Have you ever tried massaging warm olive or coconut oil into your scalp? Simply rub in, slip on a shower cap for about 45 minutes, then rinse!

    @Jerry S - Please email

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