Certain products are multitasking rockstars. They can be used to make your own household cleaners and even as bath and beauty products. What are our favorites?
Having these five products on hand at all times can help you take of yourself and your home:
1. Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar tops the list because of its many uses. You can use apple cider vinegar to treat common skin conditions like acne or use it as a base for a multipurpose cleaner to use around the house. Go for organic and unpasteurized. You can find more uses for apple cider vinegar here.
2. Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is another product with a myriad of potential applications. For personal care, coconut oil can serve as a moisturizer or makeup remover. You can obviously cook with it to add healthy fats to your dishes and coconut oil can also be used around the house as a cleanser and conditioner for different surfaces. Find more ways to use coconut oil here.
3. Baking Soda
Baking soda, which you probably have on hand for baking, is also very exfoliating. Baking soda can be used to make your own toothpaste to whiten teeth. You can also use it to freshen fabrics and other materials. If you have a stinky yoga mat, try filling your bathtub with water, mixing in baking soda and soaking the mat for up to an hour.
4. Essential Oils
Keeping essential oils like lemon and tea tree on hand means you can create many different products from a very tiny bottle of oil. Use lemon oil to make household cleaners and the tea tree oil as a topical acne treatment. You can also add essential oils to shampoo, conditioner or body wash for aromatherapy benefits.
5. Raw Honey
In addition to tasting delicious, raw honey also has antioxidant properties. Add it to tea to treat a cough or sore throat. You can also use raw honey as a balm for treating minor burns on the skin due to its antibiotic and analgesic properties.
You can find these home essentials and more at eVitamins. Check back soon for more tips for a healthy home!
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