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Here Is Another Natural and Homemade Hair Moisturizer

Homemade hair moisturizer ingredients

Homemade hair moisturizer ingredients

Hair moisturizers do not necessarily have to be purchased from the shelves. You can make your very own hair moisturizer at home using ingredients from the kitchen and the cupboard.

  • Honey Hair Moisturizer

Combine half a cup of honey and 1 to 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Apply the mixture onto your damp hair and massage. Leave the honey and olive oil mixture on your hair for about 20 minutes. Rinse off with warm water.

You can also replace olive oil with other natural substances and food products that are high in protein like egg yolk or avocado. This can be used once a month for extremely damaged and sun dried hair.

  • Avocado Hair Moisturizer

Cut avocado into half and use one half of it for this recipe. Simply mash half of the avocado and combine it with 1 to 2 tablespoons of egg yolk, mayonnaise or sour cream. Massage the mixture onto damp hair and let sit for about 15 minutes. Rinse it off with water and repeat this natural treatment after two weeks.

  • Flat Beer Hair Moisturizer

    How to get shiny hair just like this?

    How to get shiny hair just like this?

Open a can or a bottle of beer and measure 1/2 cup of it. To make the beer flat (less carbonated), let it sit for about 2 hours. After 2 hours, add in 1 teaspoon of canola oil or sunflower oil and one raw egg.

Mix the three ingredients thoroughly and apply it onto damp hair. Let it sit for around 15 minutes and rinse off. Make sure to use cool or room temperature water when rinsing so as not to cook the raw egg.

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What Is The Health Benefits of Tomato Juice



I guess everyone loves to eat tomatoes.  I am not sure of you, tomatoes is one my of my favorite vegetables. Tomatoes are known for the health benefits they provide the human body with.

From skin to organ functions and even cancer, this fruit has proven to be one of the healthiest. Tomatoes are used in numerous dishes. It can be consumed raw by adding it to salads and can be made into soup, sautéed with vegetables and meat and can also be made into juice.

Tomato juice is gaining more and more popularity as it is easy to prepare and comes with a load of health benefits.

  • Tomato juice is a natural antioxidant.

The red color of tomatoes is brought about by an antioxidant called lycopene. Antioxidants help get rid of free radicals that can cause harm to the body cells. Since tomatoes are loaded with lycopene, the body can better fight off free radicals and help prevent signs of aging like wrinkles and even lower the chances of developing cancer.

  • Tomato juice is a high fiber drink.

Tomatoes naturally contain lots of fiber. Fiber can help regulate the body’s digestive tract resulting to a healthier digestive system. It can also help lower cholesterol by sweeping through arteries and veins. This is possible by the presence of niacin which is a natural remedy for high cholesterol.

  • Tomato juice has a lot of Vitamin C.

Vitamin C helps strengthen the body’s immune system – protecting you from common sicknesses like colds and cough. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant and can help prevent aging and fight off cancer.

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What Food That Dogs Should Not Eat and What To feed Your Dog

Some of the food are toxic for your dog. Be careful when you feed them.

Some of the food are toxic for your dog. Be careful when you feed them.

What to feed your dog? And what you should not feed your dog?  I have an answer for you.  Keep reading….

Giving in to those puppy eyes and handing your canine buddies a treat seem pretty harmless. That is, if the human treat you’re giving them is 100% safe and non-toxic. Here is a list of foods that you should never be fed to your canine buddies – no matter how cute they act up.

  • Grapes and Raisins

Grapes and raisins can cause lack of appetite, weakness, abdominal pain, dehydration and even kidney failure if fed to your dogs.

  • Xylitol

Xylitol is not only found in chewing gums but also in certain cookie brands. Xylitol is highly toxic leading to a drastic decrease in blood sugar in dogs which then leads to severe liver failure even at the smallest amount.

  • Onions and Garlic

    Dangerous Food for dogs

    Dangerous Food for dogs

Onions and garlic cause a decrease in red blood cells in dogs when consumed at certain amounts. Of course they are good for human but definitely NOT for your dog!

  • Macadamia Nuts and other nuts

Nuts generally cause vomiting in dogs. It can also lead to weakness, lethargy and depression.

  • Coffee, Chocolate and Tea

These three often contain caffeine which can are highly toxic to dogs. These food items can cause vomiting and hyperactivity and can lead to heart arrhythmias and seizures in dogs.

  • Cooked bones most especially from fish

Cooked bones are very much prone to breaking and can obstruct or lacerate your dog’s digestive system.

  • Food items and beverages with alcohol content

Alcohol can cause intoxication, coma and even death in dogs. You should always check food items for alcohol content before feeding them to your dogs.

So, what to feed your dog? I would recommended to read my previous articles on how to homemade dog food. I think you will like it.

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How To Homemade Toothpaste Recipes

Having a healthy teeth by using natural homemade toothpaste

Having a healthy teeth by using natural homemade toothpaste

When we are talking about buying toothpaste from store, We know some of the popular brand that we can name of like Colgate, Aqua Fresh, Crest etc. I wonder if you have ever think about homemade toothtaste?

Try it at home. Making your very own homemade toothpaste can not only be fun and exciting but can also help you save up a few bucks on those toothpaste tubes. What’s even better is that you know exactly what your toothpaste is made of – without the need for chemicals, stabilizers and whatnots. Here are a few toothpaste recipes that are worth a try.

Homemade toothpaste

Homemade toothpaste

  • Matt & Betsy’s Toothpaste Recipe


2/3 cup baking soda

1 teaspoon of finely ground salt or sea salt

1-2 teaspoons of peppermint oil or any other flavoring you wish to try

Filtered water


Simply combine all the ingredients except water. Add water in slowly according to your desired consistency. The resulting form should ideally be that of a paste. Store it in a container and scoop out whenever you want to brush your teeth.

  • Vegetarian Toothpaste


4 tablespoons baking soda

8 tablespoons water

5 drops of peppermint oil or any other flavoring you wish to try

2 teaspoons vegetable glycerin

1/2 teaspoon guar gum


Combine all ingredients except oil into a pan over low heat. Stir frequently for five minutes until a paste consistency has been achieved. Allow to cool to room temperature and add in the oil. Store your homemade toothpaste in a jar and scoop out whenever you want to brush your teeth.

  • Coconut Toothpaste


6 teaspoons baking soda

1/4 teaspoon hydrogen peroxide

2 tablespoons coconut oil

10 drops peppermint oil or any other flavoring you with to try


Combine all ingredients until a paste consistency is achieved. If it is runny, add more baking soda. If the paste is too dry, add more coconut oil. Store in a jar and use whenever needed.

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