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Softening Coconut Milk Skin And Foot Soak

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Softening Coconut Milk Skin And Foot Soak

Ingredients: 32 oz   Coconut Milk 2 oz   Coconut Oil 1 cup   Sea Salt 1 drop   Glycerin  Measurements by Weight not Volume Method: Combine coconut milk, glycerin and salt in a saucepan and warm. Remove from heat and add coconut oil. Add entire contents to footbath and soak tired soles. After massage with Whipped Shea Body Butter.

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What Is Bentonite Clay, And Why All The Hype?

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What Is Bentonite Clay, And Why All The Hype?

You may be wondering what is this bentonite clay everyone is talking about, if not you may already know what it is and use it regularly. If you are like me who loves their clay both internally and externally, then wonderful! You are one step ahead! So, for the rest of us..What is Bentonite Clay? Bentonite clay is a natural healing clay comprised of minerals and its formed from natural volcanic ash, which was originally discovered near Fort Benton, Wyoming. Its very powerful and produces a negative electric charge when water is added to it, which aids in binding and...

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Keto Diet: What To Eat on A Low Carb Diet

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Keto Diet: What To Eat on A Low Carb Diet

The following is geared towards people who want to try out a ketogenic diet and just want to quickly know what they should and shouldn’t do. No confusing science or lengthy explanations here, only 15 easy guidelines to kick-start your keto journey. How strictly the guidelines are followed is entirely up to you, but if you follow them 100% you can be assured you’ll be eating for your body and greatly improving your long term health and well being. If you want more details, feel free to contact Salisha for your in-depth ketogenic diet protocol. Low Carb Foods Healthy Fats & Oils: Coconut...

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Cooling Peppermint Foot Mist With Lavender And Lemon

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Cooling Peppermint Foot Mist With Lavender And Lemon

If you are like me and many others who live in an extremely cold area, like Canada, you know how bad winter itch can be! Especially the stubborn, burning itch from athletes foot or just dry winter itching. It can sting and burn if not treated promptly. The same can be said for our humid summers! This recipe is a must for itchy feet and legs. It's super simple to make and works like a charm to relieve the itch. Kids get dry itchy skin too, so be sure to use this on your little ones as well. This spray...

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The Amazing Benefits of Shea Butter For Skin And Hair

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The Amazing Benefits of Shea Butter For Skin And Hair

Shea Butter and Its AMAZING  Benefits Shea butter is a thick, yellow butter made from the shea tree, a tree native to East and West Africa. The nuts from the tree are harvested and pounded, then boiled. As the nuts boil, the fat or butter rises to the top of the water. This butter is scooped off and allowed to cool. When it cools, what’s left is a rich, 100% pure shea butter. Shea butter’s benefits are astounding. Aside from its softening effects, the butter has natural anti-inflammatory abilities and is rich in vitamins A, E and F. It is...

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