fashionistaswonderland:

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yungmuneca:

CFDA In New York City (Jun. 2)

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yungmuneca:

CFDA In New York City (Jun. 2)

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sunkissalba:

Banana & Avocado Smoothie

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sunkissalba:

Banana & Avocado Smoothie

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sunkissalba:

I LOVE MAY!

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I LOVE MAY!

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greenhomegoods:

Shaving Cream

Most shaving creams are a mixture of synthetic chemicals. Some of theses chemicals, such as TEA or PEG 90-M, can be contaminated with chemicals such as dioxide or 1,4-dioxane, which are known or suspected carcinogens. Propylene glycol, used to moisturize skin in shaving creams, is a known skin irritant. Isobutane, which is used as a propellant in many shaving cream cans, is often contaminated with butadiene, which is a carcinogen. Preservatives of shaving creams often contain hormone-disrupting parabens. 

RECIPE:

  • 4 tbs of solid Shea butter
  • 3 tbs of Coconut oil
  • 2 tbs of Sweet Almond oil
  • 10-12 drops of Lavender essential oil (this is optional)
  • An air-tight container ( such as a mason jar) for storage

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Melt the shea butter and coconut oil together in a double boiler (you can use a glass bowl over a pot of simmering water) over low heat. Occasionally stir. 
  2. Once melted and mixed together, remove from the heat. 
  3. Add the essential oil and Sweet Almond oil and mix in. 
  4. Store in a refrigerator until hardened. 
  5. Remove from the fridge and mix until it has reached a frosting-like consistency. 
  6. Store in the fridge and use for about a month.                                  (Source)

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Timestamp: 1401302703

greenhomegoods:

Shaving Cream

Most shaving creams are a mixture of synthetic chemicals. Some of theses chemicals, such as TEA or PEG 90-M, can be contaminated with chemicals such as dioxide or 1,4-dioxane, which are known or suspected carcinogens. Propylene glycol, used to moisturize skin in shaving creams, is a known skin irritant. Isobutane, which is used as a propellant in many shaving cream cans, is often contaminated with butadiene, which is a carcinogen. Preservatives of shaving creams often contain hormone-disrupting parabens. 

RECIPE:

  • 4 tbs of solid Shea butter
  • 3 tbs of Coconut oil
  • 2 tbs of Sweet Almond oil
  • 10-12 drops of Lavender essential oil (this is optional)
  • An air-tight container ( such as a mason jar) for storage

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Melt the shea butter and coconut oil together in a double boiler (you can use a glass bowl over a pot of simmering water) over low heat. Occasionally stir. 
  2. Once melted and mixed together, remove from the heat. 
  3. Add the essential oil and Sweet Almond oil and mix in. 
  4. Store in a refrigerator until hardened. 
  5. Remove from the fridge and mix until it has reached a frosting-like consistency. 
  6. Store in the fridge and use for about a month.                                  (Source)

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motherearthnewsmag:

Pear Sorbet Recipe

With all things fresh and seasonal, it’s always important to taste, taste, taste. Make the sorbet base to your liking with more glucose, salt, or citric acid.

Powdered gelatin can be substituted for the sheet gelatin: use 1/2 teaspoon. In a pinch, substitute 18 g (1 tablespoon) corn syrup for the glucose. Makes about 480 g (1 pint)

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Timestamp: 1401302078

motherearthnewsmag:

Pear Sorbet Recipe

With all things fresh and seasonal, it’s always important to taste, taste, taste. Make the sorbet base to your liking with more glucose, salt, or citric acid.

Powdered gelatin can be substituted for the sheet gelatin: use 1/2 teaspoon. In a pinch, substitute 18 g (1 tablespoon) corn syrup for the glucose. Makes about 480 g (1 pint)

[Get the recipe!]

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