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While many people see the new year as a fresh start, until this year it was always the end of summer for me. A new year, heading back to school, meant that I could cast aside the bad habits of summer and get back to basics and new habits.
Over two years ago, these new habits included significantly reducing my toxic load. After watching the documentary Bag It, I got to work and a blog was born. I threw out my soaps and shampoos, stocked up on baking soda, vinegar, shea butter, beeswax, and a few other “must haves” and began making all of my own personal care and cleaning products. I made new batches every time I came home from college, and even made sure I always had baking soda and apple cider vinegar in my dorm room. This was my first venture into #LifeFromScratch, and I’ve never looked back.
Today over at Scratch Mommy, I am sharing more of my story and well as a recipe for a DIY healing balm.
This DIY healing balm is quick and simple to make. It is based on my All-Purpose DIY Healing Ointment, and it is perfect healing balm for cuts, scraps, and any other “boo-boo.”
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