Wednesday 1 March 2017

Homemade Cleansers

Commercial products and over-the-counter remedies and cosmetics are often full of dangerous chemicals and do not provide the needed effects.
Therefore, it is always a better idea to use homemade, simple items to support your health or clean the house, and save your money.
The infographic below reveal some interesting uses of items we are using on a daily basis:

Lemon Juice
Lemon juice helps digestion, reduces the skin pores, disinfects, detoxifies the body, and strengthens the immunity. Moreover, it relieves a sore throat, prevents wrinkles, whitens clothes, cleans the grass, and highlights the hair.
ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar)
Vinegar can be helpful to soothe sunburns, regulate blood pressure, and detoxify the body. Also, it prevents colds and treats yeast, deodorizes the clothes, can be used for washing the hair, and repelling fleas.
Coconut Oil
This miraculous oil prevents wrinkles, supports the function of the thyroid, soothes migraines, and can be used as a deodorant, lip gloss, wd 40, and a wood polisher.
 Castile Soap
It cures psoriasis, eczema, acne, and can be used as a cleaner, body wash, dish soap, mopping floor agent and pet shampoo.
Baking Soda
You can use baking soda to treat heartburn and diapers rashes, as a deodorant and toothpaste, oven and toilet cleaner, and a fire extinguisher
Castor Oil
Castor oil is excellent in the case of dry skin and cuticles, cracked heels, and PMS cramps. Use it to support the growth of your eyelashes, as a laxative, to boost plant health, and prevent rodents.
White Vinegar
White vinegar effectively calms the upset stomach and soothes bee stings. Also, you can use it to polish the silver, condition the hair, unclog the drains, and clean the windows.

Here You Can Download The PDF File to PRINT:  72 Uses For Simple Household Products

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