There’s a new natural deodorant on the scene: The Last Deodorant You’ll Ever Use (TLDYEU). The deodorant review below looks at what’s in it and how it performs for both men and women.
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Why is it so hard to lose weight? There’s one factor at play that you probably hadn’t considered.
Want to buy handmade for the holidays this year? There’s a new handmade marketplace worth shopping. Meet Remade in Britain.
If you take dietary supplements, you know that those little pills are pretty pricey. This helpful graphic shows which are the best supplements and which ones may not be worth the money we’re spending on them.
I’m a big believer that the best natural deodorant is one that you make yourself. Try this simple recipe for how to make deodorant!
Microfiber, the fabric used to make synthetic clothing, is a major contributor to ocean plastic pollution. Here’s how you can help stop it.
Whether you’re shopping second hand or trying to mend instead of replace, patching holes can be a little bit tricky. Here’s how to mend clothes with crochet instead of unsightly fabric patches.
Shopping for safe cosmetics can be dizzying. It’s hard to tell at a glance which products are safe and which contain toxic ingredients. This guide can help!
Experience gifts are a great way to waste less while still giving generous, thoughtful holiday gifts. I’d argue that they’re even better than material gifts.
If you could flip a switch, what one thing would you change about your body? Would you want bigger eyes? A smaller waist? Maybe to be just a little bit taller? Or would you want a mermaid tail?
This DIY eye cream recipe uses only two ingredients, and it’s much less expensive – and healthier! – than store-bought creams.
Cambodia is the most-bombed country in the world. The Purple Buddha Project empowers locals to turn tragedy into a living wage. And to do it with style.
Next time you brew a cup of tea, don’t toss the empty bag into the trash or compost! Try some of these beauty uses for tea bags instead.
Turn an old pair of socks into cozy yoga socks. You don’t need sewing, knitting, or crochet skills to make these heelless, no-toe socks for yoga.
Kering – the parent company that owns brands like Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Puma – is sponsoring a grant for sustainable fashion at the London College of Fashion.
Don’t you love the look of a terrarium? A splash of green, some earthy soil, a pretty container. What I love as much as I love terrariums is how simple they are to create. These terrarium ideas are more than beautiful: they’re totally doable. Even if you don’t consider yourself crafty.
Skin elasticity is what keeps your skin looking young and wrinkle-free. Or, at least, wrinkle-light. These foods may just help improve skin elasticity by providing vital nutrients for healthy skin.
Ocean Sole has been recycling flip flops to raise awareness about plastic pollution and clean the beaches in Kenya.
We don’t talk about men’s clothing a lot around here, but dudes deserve good-looking clothes with a conscience, too! A new brand – Dirtball Fashion – makes men’s clothing from recycled fabric and plastic water bottles.
As if cancer-causing ingredients weren’t enough, a new report looked at antibacterial soap and revealed another cosmetics ingredient that’s a threat to our health: triclocarban.