Toilet Paper

Check out this video that talks about my Zero Waste bathroom adventures, yay! I use recycled toilet paper wrapped in paper instead of big packages wrapped in plastic. When the toilet paper is flushed it goes to a wastewater treatment plant where it naturally biodegrades (breaks down).
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My Zero Waste Bathroom Essentials

This video has been a long time coming! It is a complete list of everything I use in my bathroom in my beauty routine! I hope you love it 🙂 Here’s what I use:  Organic Corn Starch – as dry shampoo Baking soda- exfoliant or pimple remover Zero Waste toothpaste- applied with my bamboo toothbrush (recipe below) Bamboo Toothbrush can…
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My 4-Item Beauty Routine

Since adopting a Zero Waste lifestyle three years ago, I have transitioned away from all store bought products, minimized my beauty routine, and simplified my life.  How have I done this? By making all of my own products. I used to have dozens of beauty products. Multiple lotions, creams, deodorant, toothpaste… all of these things that society seemed to be…
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5 Easy Beauty DIY’s

Did you know that you can make so many of the products that you buy? It’s true! And you can do it from scratch with ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen cabinet!! What?! Yes­. I’m talking about ingredients like baking soda, coconut oil, sugar, and sea salt. Forget the unnecessary colors, additives, and fillers that are always found in toiletry essentials…
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Zero Waste Lotion

I have been making my own lotion for over three years. I’d melt down the ingredients, put them in a a jar and call it a day. But then… I whipped… and my mind was blown. It took a regular hard moisturizer and turned it into a fluffy amazing mound of goodness. You have to try it. Your skin will…
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Zero Waste Toothpaste

My YouTube channel has officially launched and I’m kickin’ it off with a video on how to make one of my favorite products, Zero Waste toothpaste! This toothpaste is super quick and easy to make and is an awesome way to transition away from toothpaste tubes that end up in a landfill after using them.  I want to hear from…
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