*bundle c/o Moody Sisters So unless you’re new around here, you probably know I am a little bit of a skin care junkie, plus a big bit of a hippie dippie lover of natural oils, butters, and homemade body products. Natural skin care? It doesn’t need to be expensive or complicated! One trend we have seen over the years is the propensity for women to begin paying closer attention to ….
Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Hey cloth diapering parents! We haven’t chatted about cloth wipes in quite a while. Do you use cloth wipes? I have been using cloth wipes for diaper changes for almost four years, and I must say they are so much better for nasty diaper changes. I have tried flannel wipes, cotton wipes, hemp terry loop wipes, and more. For extra ….
Enter below to win a 10 pack of colorful Bummas cotton velour terry cloth wipes valued at $15! These soft, high quality wipes will be your go-to for cleaning drying baby’s bum and other baby messes. Learn more about Bummas from my Bummas cloth wipe review. Enter the giveaway by filling out any of the entries in the form below. Open to U.S. residents 18 or older. By entering ….
I see a lot of people looking for wipe solution recipes or even just all purpose cleaner recipes. I have done the internet search myself or even asked around and more often than not, the answers are far more complicated than they need be. What do you need in a wipe solution? Water. And if you like, a way to reduce the tension in the water to make it ….
If you’d like to try making a homemade wipes solution for diaper changes, it’s very easy to do. The basic ingredients include distilled water, soap and oil. Why distilled water? You don’t want tap water leaving mineral deposits in your wipes container. Tap water also tends to “go bad” more quickly. It’s also wise to stick to fruit or vegetable-based oils for your recipe; baby oil can build up in ….
We all have heard the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra for a few decades, and now, more than ever, people are starting to listen. Recycling has become the status quot in many households across the states, but reduce and reuse seem to often times get left in the dust. In the past 50 years or so, our society has exponentially increased its consumption of all resources (natural and otherwise). If you ….
Cloth diapering is a great way to save money, reduce waste, and dress your baby up in cute fluff! Well, we have an event to compliment your fluff addiction! Welcome to the Accessorize your stash in August Event, hosted by According to Jenny and So Easy Being Green! We’re taking a fun spin on the Cloth Diaper Giveaway Hop Events and bringing you one with lots of accessories to use ….
Since we use a lot of reusable goods in our home, we also use cloth diapers and cloth wipes. I did not start out with cloth wipes years ago when I had my first baby, but quickly switched over when I kept wrapping my disposable wipes up in the cloth diapers and washing them! Every cloth diapering parent has a preference for how they use their wipes. Some just use ….
I am delighted to share another product with you from thincskin.com, BALM! Baby FRESH out of the TUB! BALM! Baby FRESH out of the TUB is a baby wash and shampoo made from Taylor House Inc.’s special formula liquid Castile soap. It is made from rich macadamia nut and coconut oils and has added lavender and orange essential oils for added loveliness! I am personally a lover of Castile soap and make ….