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I haven’t updated Chemical Free in 2016 in a long time and wanted to check in with some awesome product swaps I’ve made!
I recently discovered Grove Collaborative and I’m obsessed! They ship you chemical free and all-natural home and beauty products every month! And the prices are great! One thing that holds me back from buying the all natural alternative (I usually make my own), is that they can be much more expensive. But with Grove, I was really, really surprised! My order only came to about $25 (with shipping!) and I got 7 products! Here’s what I got this month:
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Happy Monday! June is just flying by! Today, I’m sharing an awesome recipe and tutorial I’m really excited about!
You all know how I enjoy eating clean and living a chemical free lifestyle. Today I’m sharing two things that fit into both those categories. I’m going to show you how to make a delicious paleo meal, and then how to execute your clean up with an amazing DIY chemical-free sink cleaner! Let’s get started.
Happy Friday! I’m extra excited for the weekend this week! I’ve got lots to do because Sawyer’s first birthday party is next Wednesday! Then, the week after that, we’re headed on vacation to Balboa Island! So many exciting things are coming up for our family and we can’t wait!
Today, I want to share with you a really fun product I’ve found called Re-play Recycled.
Re-play Recycled is children’s dish ware. They make no-spill sippy cups, plates, bowls, snack stacks and more. Here’s the cool part…they’re all made from recycled HDPE plastic…milk jugs!
Today I’m talking about an oil everyone should have in their house- Lavender. Even if you’re not into essential oils, you should definitely have some lavender in your house. If there is one and only oil you buy in your whole life- it should be lavender.
Lavender is a gentle oil so it’s one of the very few that doesn’t have to be diluted- unless you have extremely sensitive skin. I usually dilute it when I use it on Sawyer, just to be safe. You can never be too careful when using essential oils and want to make sure you are properly educated in using them correctly. Here are some of the amazing uses for lavender.
Hey all! Today I’m sharing a really great eco-friendly subscription box called Homegrown Collective!
Homegrown Collective is a monthly subscription box that delivers all-natural, “green” DIY products to your door every month. And they’re so fun! Homegrown Collective provides you with all the ingredients and tools necessary to make your own all natural products for your home. And every month is different!
Past boxes have included Home Remedies and Cure-Alls, Let Us Make Soap, The Beauty of Coconut, Honey: How Sweet it is, and DIY Detox in a Box! They design their boxes based on the season and how it will be useful during that time of year. Their goal is to help their members become greener and more self-sufficient by learning how to make things themselves that are much less harmful than the things you can buy on the shelves. Members have even coined it “Pinterest in a box!” The box I received was full of DIY projects perfect for a “Spa night”, they’ve really helped me minimize the chemicals in my beauty supplies even further!
Every time I write a Friday Favorites post, I can’t believe it’s already Friday again! You guys know I love my essential oils! I use them daily and they are key to riding my house of chemicals and living a more natural lifestyle. I would be lost without them. Today’s Friday Favorites are going to feature some of my favorite accessories for essential oils that I know you guys are going to love!
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Drops of Joy Jewelry
Okay. Get ready because, until recently, I didn’t even know products like this existed. Diffuser Jewelry. You read that right. How cool is that? With diffuser jewelry you can reap the aromatic benefits of essential oils all day long, by wearing them right on your person!
Today, we’re continuing our Chemical Free in 2016 series, by replacing our household cleaners! Newsflash: You’re household cleaners are toxic! Some of them could literally kill you if accidentally ingested, and the fumes are often harmful. Why are we all so okay with keeping products like this in our homes?
For me, it’s simply convenience. I though that buying cleaners at the store would be much easier than making my own.
But I was so wrong.
Making my own cleaners literally took minutes. And included items I already had in my pantry, so I didn’t even need to pick anything up at the store! And, it saves so much money. Today, I will be sharing two cleaners with you; All-Purpose, and Glass cleaners. I’ll save some other cleaners such as bathroom cleaner and wood polisher for a separate post.