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A DIY Life: Beach ready Feet – Soft Hands worthy of holding -Year round – For Summer / Winter

You do not have to give an arm & a leg to naturally care for your feet & hands.

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Oh those tired feet: Do you just want to keep your feet hidden & dread flip-flop weather? Do feet2ayour feet have dry skin, red patches or other issues that make them look like you were wearing barbed wire shoes all winter?

Lets go barefoot: It is time to run barefoot on the beach, in your yard, the park or wherever you are wanting to get barefoot, footloose & fancy free, with great looking feet.001hands

Give me a hand: And how about your hands, do you hide them away in your pockets just hoping no one wants to shake your hand?  And oh my they can hurt when the dry skin snags on something, is that you?

Raise your hand: Pull out your hands & be proud of them, wave them in the air like Miss America 🙂

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I get a lot of questions about care of feet & hands, but in all truthfulness I care for them the same way I care for the rest of my skin, And I always get compliments so it works!

Walk with me: Naturally love your feet & hands

The basics of DIY foot & hand care: I exfoliate & use a mask on my feet & hands once or twice a week, I moisturize my feet & hands daily, & I wash them daily of course but never with soaps, commercial antibacterial anything, or Toxic creams, rubs, cleaners etc. My whole family uses these methods for our skin, feet & hands.

To be totally beach ready check out my blog post with a DIY Sunscreen your whole family can use here.

food grade diatomaceous earthExfoliate: I use the same things that I exfoliate my face with to exfoliate my feet1feet, ankles & hands, like baking soda, Food grade diatomaceous earth, Epsom salt, Borax. (use any of these skin ideas on your feet & hands for amazing results)

Wash/soak: I only wash my feet & hands with baking soda just like the rest of my body, & I soak my feet whenever I feel like it in Epsom salt, baking soda & peroxide in hot water, sometimes I use Bragg Vinegar & lemon juice in hot water for the soak. For my hands I prefer to soak them in Epsom salt & unrefined salt in hot water. For more soaking ideas go here.

003handsFoot & Hand Mask: Just like my face I use a mask on my feet & hands usually just before exfoliating. I like to use Clay powder, raw honey & raw coconut oil, or Clay powder & colloidal silver. Apply allow to dry (about 20 minutes) Go here for more mask ideas.

Moisturizing: After washing & before bed or just as needed rub raw unrefined coconut oil on TT gold labelyour feet & hands, or you can use wheat germ oil or real olive oil or use any of these body butter recipes.

Essential oils: You can add essential oils to any of the above steps, some that are great for skin mixed with either exfoliate, washing, masks or moisturizing are. Lavender, tea tree, rosemary, lemon, orange or patchouli.

Washing dishes, taking a bath or using soaps: Me personally I never use soaps, body washes, commercial beauty washes, commercial shampoo or conditioner for bath & shower, so these things do not get on my skin to dry them out or to absorb toxins into my body. For a bath & shower I use baking soda as my soap & shampoo as stated here. Other things I use in the bath/shower for body & hair are all the things listed above, for DIY shampoo ideas go here. When washing dishes by hand I prefer a little bit of natural soap, sometimes I just use one of my DIY laundry soaps for dishes here, & there are dish soap ideas here , I also enjoyed this dish spray bottleliquid. But most of the time for dishes washed by hand all you will find in my sink is baking soda & borax, colloidal silver & a bar of Zote soap sitting near by if it should be needed. After every bath or hand washing dishes I always run raw oil on my hands like coconut oil or body butter.

Teen approved: My teens & pre-teens love exfoliating with Epsom salt, baking soda & lavender essential oil on their whole body & love it on their feet, they also love washing there hands & body with baking soda. They love using raw coconut oil or body butter as moisturizer. So when I hear people say “just try to get a teenager to use that”, I say “I have & they love it”, my teens & their friends love my DIY ideas.

Dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, athletes foot, rashes, hives & other skin issues: Using 005handsall the above not only gives you soft healthy skin on your feet & hands it can also effectively treat many skin conditions or prevent them. Items like baking soda, borax, raw honey, raw coconut oil, wheat germ oil, olive oil, colloidal silver, clay powder, essential oils (especially lavender & tea tree), peroxide, lemon juice, Diatomaceous earth, rosewater, plantain water etc. These can all be mixed into your skin care routine for great results with any of the above skin issues, allergic reactions, funguses etc. Great for your feet & hands, great for your whole body.

003handsI get lots of questions about feet & hands or skin, I just got a message a week or so about helping eczema on hands, here is my response (same info can be used on feet or anywhere on your body): Washing hands with only baking soda never using soap. You can also do a clay powder hand mask with the clay & colloidal silver, clay & raw honey. I would also spray your hand frequently with colloidal silver & sometimes spray them with Bragg 002handsapple cider vinegar even though it might burn & rinse off after a minute. I would use the raw coconut oil on them as much as possible &/or the raw coconut oil & wheat germ oil body butter with maybe rosemary & feet3lavender essential oil in it  And of course drinking plenty of pure water, not using things your hands touch that have toxins like make up, beauty products, hair products, soaps, dish soaps, cleaners etc & be very careful what you eat, stay away from processed foods & sugars, no sodas, do not use iodized table salt, use natural unrefined pink salt. You can also once a day or a few times a week do a hand soak with Epsom salt, baking soda & peroxide in hot water & leave them soaking 20 to 30 minutes  then rub on the oil after just barely patting dry.

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Epsom salt: DIY Uses – Garden – Beauty – Health – Bath – Soak

Epsom salt, do your really know what all it can do for you?

Epsome salt 002Even though the name suggests otherwise, Chemically, Epsom salt is hydrated magnesium sulfate.
In our home Epsom Salt is used for so much that it almost made my 10 list, it came so close to making the top 10 list that it is probably 10 & 1/2. We use it for lots of DIY ideas like Skin issuesSkin care, Soaking bath for pain etc, Deodorant, Laundry & even for roses & in the Garden.

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Duh!
Because you do your research & dig deep to find the truth & research both sides of everything, at some point in everyone’s natural journey & researching you will hit that Duh moment time & time again, Duh moments like: What vinegar & baking soda can clean my whole house & my body? Really shampoo & body care items are impairing my immune system with their toxic ingredients? Etc (insert your personal Duh Moment here). You learn that health is not just vitamins, but the types of vitamins, what you eat, what you use on your body & in your house, that it is all one big package.

And at some point in that journey you realize your body needs magnesium & that most are magnesium deficient, & then you learn the best way to get your magnesium is to absorb it, enter Epsom Salt (& diet, I never like to ignore diet).

An estimated 75% of Americans have daily magnesium intakes less than recommended.

Foods that may help promote best-absorbed magnesium include:

  • Fructose and complex carbohydrates
  • Protein, with the exception of unfermented soy products
  • Medium chain triglycerides, or MCTs, such as raw/virgin coconut oil & palm oil
  • Fermented foods or soluble fibers, such as fiber from fruits and vegetables

Foods that hinder magnesium absorption include:

  • Non-fermentable or insoluble fiber, such as whole grain, bran and seeds
  • Foods high in phytates, such as whole flours and grains, bran, the hulls of seeds and nuts, and un-sprouted beans and soy
  • Foods high in oxalates, such as spinach, leafy greens, nuts, tea, coffee and cacao

How can Epsom Salt help in Magnesium absorption?Epsome salt

Studies have shown that magnesium is easily absorbed through the skin, so an Epsom salt bath does not just feel great it can be great for your health too. So a soaking bath can relax you & give you pain relief while giving you other much needed health benefits while you absorb magnesium.

Magnesium can greatly ease migraines headaches so another benefit of soaking in epsom salt is it can help prevent & stop headaches.

Rather you like a relaxing epsom salt bath or a foot soak simply adding epsom salt a part of your daily routine can add health benefits. Add 2 cups Epsom Salt to a warm bath and soaking for at least 15 minutes then rub your skin with a natural oil to seal in moisture. Do not use soap as it will interfere with the benefits of the epsom salt, if you feel the need to wash use baking soda only instead. After an epsom salt bath it is best to go to bed for at least 2 hours, so doing it just before bed might work best.

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As the above info shows baking soda baths are great, & I highly recommend them for many many reasons, but they are great to absorb magnesium, I had issues with magnesium so now I take 2 to 4 baths a week with epsom salt just before bed & my magnesium levels are great, I also do not use shampoo (no poo) & do not use commercial products or soap (I use baking soda as shampoo & soap) we are totally DIY in so many areas. Now for other great ways to use epsom salt, & I use several of them while I am in my epsom salt soaking bath.

Epsome salt 002Beauty uses:
Epsom salt makes a great acne fighting or skin issue face cleaner, even if you have no issues it is awesome. Simply wet face or mist face/skin with colloidal silver & gently rub epsom salt on face, either just wash & rinse off or let dry like a mask. this is great for eczema, hives, poison ivy/oak, shingles, dermatitis, psoriasis etc.

Epsom salt for some hair types makes a great no poo, either mixed with baking soda, mixed with borax & baking soda or alone. simply add 1/2 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon to a cup or 2 of hot water, stir till dissolved & apply & work into wet hair, allow to run across your face at the same time for double duty use. you will need to play around with the amounts to find what works for you, some like to also add 1 teaspoon with commercial shampoos & conditioners, Epsom salt can also be added to the DIY no poo conditioner if you like. Epsom salt does make some people’s hair greasy if they add to much & some just can not use it for this reason. Great for those with thinning hair, many report when using epsom salt hair stopped falling out or thinning, but in all truthfulness once you find a no poo recipe that works for you this seems to just in general be an awesome side effect of going no poo. Epsom salt can help Dandruff, an itching or peeling scalp, Cradle cap, damaged hair & hair follicles, head lice & mites.

13 Wonderful Ways to Use Epsom Salts

Deodorant:From my deodorant blog post here:
DIY cream deodorant #3
Use 1/2 cup of room temperature raw coconut oil, add several tablespoons of epsom salt, mix until all epsom salt is dissolved & no clumps, sit in fridge or allow to get hard, apply by rubbing under arms.

Mist spray deodorant #2
Another great natural DIY spray deodorant
This spray can be used on days when you wont be sweating as bad or working as hard or to use with other DIY deodorants to help revive them near the end of the day.
Find one of those small 2 to 3 ounce spray misting bottles to add this to
You want to use just a little less water than will fit in the bottle for this
Add heated distilled water to a bowl & add 1 tbsp of Epsom salt & 1 pinch of baking soda & dissolve the salt completely (might take a while)
add to spray bottle & spray on underarms
Options to add: Essential oils, Rubbing alcohol, Lemon or Lime juice Apple cider vinegar, Witch hazel etc.

Mist spray deodorant #3
Add 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt to every 4 ounces of water, add to mist spray bottle, spray under arms. Or buy a deodorant crystal & break it into small pieces with a hammer, add 1 tablespoon per 4 ounces of water. Options to add: essential oils of choice, Citrus Vinegar, rubbing alcohol, lemon or lime juice, colloidal silver.

Epsom salt love ❤ in the garden & for plants.

For roses: They sprinkle about 1/2 cup of Epsom salt into the soil around rose bush in the spring & the fall. For feeding mix 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt into 1 gallon of water & apply to a rate of about one gallon for larger roses & less for smaller roses every two weeks. This could help prevent garden pests, while it helps roses get bushier & bloom more vibrantly.

For tomatoes: Add Epsom salt into the soil as you plant each plant, and supplement with around the plant base during the growth period. This will help to boost tomato growth and production.

For peppers: Mix 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt with 1 gallon of water and spray it directly to the leaves of plants

General soil preparation: You can work in 1 cup of Epsom salt per 100 square feet of garden area before planting.

Epsom salt is high solubility and foliar application is a fast way to get the nutrients to plant. You can mix 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt with a gallon of water and
apply to container gardens (not cactus or succulents) and houseplants once a month to boost growth and encourage healthy foliage and blooming Epsom salt should be used only as a growth enhancer along with your regular fertilizer, as it does not contain the nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
necessary for plant growth. It does not build up in the soil and does not cause harm to plants if overused.

Epsom salt is a popular  in organic & natural gardening for flowers, vegetables & fruit plants as well as lawns.

rosesMe:
My roses love Epsom salt & baking soda in water. I also use this mixture on several houseplants & on tomatoes, we also add epsom salt in soil to prepare it like the method above. but beware just watering any plants with epsom salt, I have had no issues with any plants I just watered with baking soda water, but research your plant type before adding epsom salt with baking soda or alone.

Here is a great resource for things you can feed plants.

Epsom salt & your life:

What about you, what is your favorite use? Do you use Epsom salt in your DIY life? Is epsom salt part of your natural journey?

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What Brands of coconut oil do I trust for taking & oil pulling? That is simple I use & recommend these 2 great brands:

  1. Skinny & Co. Coconut oil: Medicinal grade Extra Virgin coconut oil 100% pure. (click link for ordering info)
  2. Tropical Traditions Virgin Gold Label Coconut oil. (click link for ordering info)
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I am NOT a doctor, this page is for education & research only. Always consult a doctor, your health practitioner or other competent licensed health professional before taking any herbs or supplements, using alternative ideas & for any specific advice about medical treatments. In many cases these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.

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Natural Ideas – Tips for Health – Beauty – Face – Skin care – Hair care

Great Natural DIY ideas for everyday use. 

For these beauty tips the products being used will be Raw unrefined coconut oil, Food grade peroxide diluted, clay PowderBragg Vinegar/Vinegar, Unrefined Wheat Germ oil, 10ppm Micro particle Colloidal silver, Food Grade diatomaceous earth Etc.

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Face mask
(A teen favorite in my home) Mix clay Powder with a little raw honey & add water to get a thick

consistency (I add colloidal silver instead of water) Apply evenly to face neck arms etc & allow to dry fully 10 to 15 minutes, to keep on face longer  use a misting spray bottle with water or water & CS in it and as clay dries mist slowly to keep clay wet longer to get better benefits. Wash off & rub a mixture of coconut oil & DIY face maskWheat Germ oil or coconut oil & olive oil on face rubbing in Small circles (we use Montmorillonite clay powder)

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Facial scrub
Boost the magnesium in your skin while also exfoliation and deep cleansing by mixing 1/2 teaspoon of Epsom salt with baking soda on a wet face. Massage gently in circles, wash off with cool water and pat dry. ~ Another way, use just epsom salt on wet face & work in & let sit till dry then wash off & rub in raw coconut oil, I have also used the Epsom salt with the coconut oil, Epsom salt with sea salt, Epsom salt with borax, epsom salt & baking soda, Epsom salt & honey, Epsom salt is awesome

For Dark under arms, dark spots on skin
Make a paste with baking soda, Lemon juice & 3% hydrogen peroxide, Make a mask on under arms & leave 5 to 10 minutes, this take several times of doing it to notice any changes. rub the baking soda around gently in circles to exfoliate under arms. wash off then rub coconut oil on underarms. (or leave on as deodorant & apply the coconut over it after you rub off the excess). For dark spots do the same, make the mask etc.

Sore infected Gums,Teeth & gum pain, Toothache ~ tooth powder
Make a tooth powder with 1/2 cup baking soda, 1 to 2 TBS Montmorillonite clay Powder , 1 TBS of clove powder (yes just ground cloves the spice) Can be used for normal teeth brushing also. For pain or infection: Brush teeth well then letting it sit in mouth near where pain or infection is as long as you can, then rinse with slightly warm water & do a 2nd brushing with coconut oil making sure to fully cover teeth, gums etc. rinse with normal temp water then swish 1/2 ounce of Colloidal silver around your mouth for 1 min to however long you can do it, you can even hold the CS in your mouth over the area of the problem for a few minutes, either swallow or spit out the CS. Optional to add to tooth powder, ~10 to 20 drops tea tree oil, ~10 to 20 drops Peppermint essential oil, ~10 to 20 drops grapefruit seed extract. ~1 tsp to 1 TBS of natural sea salt

Mouth Pain/Toothache
Dab a cotton ball in colloidal silver or water then sprinkle on some ground cloves (Yes the spice), put cotton ball in mouth near pain & hold there as long as you can. or use colloidal silver & fresh minced garlic, or just use Apple cider vinegar.

Shaving
Use Coconut oil to shave with instead of shaving creams/gels  Options to add to coconut oil: Essential oils, a few pinches Baking soda, oil, olive oil , Vitamin E oil/Wheat germ oil or Colloidal silver etc.  After shaving wash skin with baking soda add a few drops of soap if desired  then spray/wipe on Colloidal silver or Witch hazel.

Acne/Pimples/Blackheads
Put a warm wash cloth on face for about 30 seconds to open pores, wash face with a tea tree oil & baking soda mix, gently rubbing in circles to exfoliate face, then let dry a minute or so & wash off mixture off with warm water, then rub with a cotton ball or mist on apple cider vinegar, or Witch Hazel Or colloidal silver (or a mixture of these) if you used ACV you might need to lightly rinse depending on your skin. then apply coconut oil to face & gently rub in small circles.

For more info on Natural DIY acne. pimple & blackheads ideas go here

For rough dry feet
Soak feet for about 5 to 15min in warm/hot water with Apple cider vinegar in it (like 1 to 2 TBS) then gently exfoliate each foot with baking soda or a baking soda & essential oil mixture, rinse off in foot soak water then slightly dry & rub on coconut oil or a coconut oil/wheat germ oil combo (optional add essential oils) then put socks on feet till oil has absorbed.

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Smelly feet
Do the above foot soak for odor on feet & to help prevent odor on feet
Also use 2 socks to & add baking soda in them & tie the ends, it can have essential oils in it, sit socks in shoes over night. Optional mist shoes with colloidal silver after taking them off your feet & at least 5 minutes before adding baking soda socks

Chapped lips skin
Some use bag balm for bad cases & it does work, but just plain coconut oil also works amazing, so does raw honey.

Travel mist deodorant
Travel size spray bottle 1/3 Apple cider vinegar, 1/3 Rubbing alcohol, 1/3 colloidal silver, Options instead of rubbing alcohol add just a pinch of baking soda first & slowly add vinegar then CS, if no colloidal silver just use vinegar & Rubbing alcohol with pinch of baking soda, can also use straight Rubbing Alcohol or strait Colloidal silver or with pinch of baking soda. Add essential oils as desired & play around with mixture to what works best for your body. (I carry this in my purse, see what else I carry in my purse here)

Cream Deodorant
Mix 1/2 cup baking soda with 1/2 cup of corn starch or Arrow root, mix coconut oil to the consistency you desire, then you can add  essential oils after oils you may need to add a pinch or so more baking soda. store in air tight container, remember this can melt in heat. Optional add 1 TBS of Montmorillonite clay Powder you can also play around with ratio of mixture to suit you.

Powder deodorant
Mix 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/2 cup corn starch or Arrow root, & 1 to 2 TBS clay Powder , just apply to damp under arms with cotton ball or makeup brush/kabuki options add essential oils

For more DIY deodorant ideas go here

Face exfoliates
Use either baking soda, natural sea salt, Epsom salt, borax or diatomaceous earth or a mixture of these can be used just wet face & put on face or mix with coconut oil, rub gently in circles for a few minutes then allow to sit a minute or to then wash off, optional mist face with colloidal silver after.

For more skin care ideas go here

Scars
Use wheat germ oil by itself or mixed with colloidal silver &/or raw coconut oil & gently rub in circular motion twice a day & after any baths or showers

Face/Skin
Extra or old kombucha cultures (SCOBY) & kombucha tea are great for your skin, so is extra milk kefir just rub on face & allow to dry like a mask (absorb)

Boils
Use clay powder made into a paste with water or colloidal silver, cover if necessary to keep it moist & in place.

Eye redness, Pink eye, Allergy Eyes Etc
Add 2 drops of colloidal silver in each eye 2 to 6 times a day, can also for pink eye or other eye issues add just a drop of coconut oil before bed (will cause you to see blurry is why before bed).

For more natural ideas to use for allergies go here

No Poo, Unpoo, Homemade Shampoo
Most can just use this instead of Shampoo & conditioner 1 tsp baking soda in 3/4 cup warm water & apply to wet hair & work & allow to sit a minute or 2 then rinse then add 1/4 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar to 1 cup warm water & work into hair & let sit up to 5 min if possible, then either totally rinse out or slightly rinse depending on your need.

For other No Poo ideas that might work better for you go here for no poo to get rid of lice go here

Options to add to the no poo method
Add 1 TBS of raw honey to the baking soda mixture & 1 TBS of Raw honey to the vinegar conditioner. ~Add 2 tbsp of colloidal silver to the vinegar conditioner, spritz hair after last rinse with colloidal silver ~ in blinder mix a peeled fresh cucumber with lemon juice & use as a conditioner & you can still do a ACV rinse after if you desire. add coconut oil to the baking soda, Use very hot water to rinse out, you may need to do another baking soda wash after depending on hair type

For info on using Borax for skin & hair go here

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