white shirt with stain under the arm

 

How To Remove Yellow Stains

Those yellow under arm stains that slowly appear over time on your white shirts and T shirts are not from your sweat alone, they are the result of a reaction between the aluminium in your antiperspirant and your body. Changing to a natural deodorant will help with this issue, however it’s not an instant fix as your body can start …

 

 

Toenail Fungus Home Remedy

Toenail fungus is a very common problem that can be exacerbated by wearing nail polish and not giving your nails a break. Your nails may seem hard but they are actually quite permeable and they soak up substances that are applied to their surface. The pigment in nail polish can be absorbed by the top few layers of nail, if …

 

baking soda on a wooden spoon

 

Where Does Baking Soda Come From?

If you’ve ever wondered what exactly baking soda is, how it’s made, and where it comes from – look no further. We’ve always taken great care to ensure that our baking soda is of the highest standard and free of contaminants. Green Goddess Premium Baking Soda comes straight out of the ground in Colorado. However, not all baking soda is the …

 

 

DIY Liquid Stain Remover

This stain remover works on practically every stain imaginable: food, grease, most grass stains, mud, coffee etc. I’ve found it’s more effective and easier to make than the magic stain ball recipe I shared a few weeks ago. Whip up a jar of stain remover and keep it handy in your laundry. Apply a little directly onto the stain, give the …

 

 

Switch To Natural Toothpaste

Are you struggling to find a natural toothpaste that works, tastes good and doesn’t come in plastic packaging? We’ve finally found a brand that ticks all the boxes and it’s New Zealand made too. This article from the lovely people at Maxwell and McIntyre explains why you should make the switch away from toxic commercial brands. MOST commercial toothpaste contain …

 

 

DIY Coconut & Hemp Face Polish

This homemade face polish recipe is one of my all-time favourites. It leaves your skin feeling refreshed, moisturised and clean. Hemp seed oil, coconut oil, and essential oils work to kill bacteria while providing nutrients and hydration. Baking soda – which is a good alternative to environmentally disastrous plastic microbeads – gently sloughs off dead skin cells, and cocoa butter …