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Homemade Natural Deodorant - worth a try. Put in an old deodorant container for easy use.

SHAMPOO! •1 C Dr. Bonner’s Liquid Castile Soap (unscented) •1 C Vegetable Glycerin •1 Tbsp Almond or Jojoba oil (Jojoba is more moisturizing and I prefer it in the winter) •15-20 drops of Essential Oils (lav, lemon (oily scalp) and cedarwood (dry scalp)

16 Easy DIY Perfumes You Can Create Yourself

On my dream beauty list, creating my own perfume in some fancy shop in Paris is right up there with having my own Sephora built into my house. The likelihood of either of those things happening is as high as receiving a marriage proposal from Nick Jonas in the mail. (Read: Zero) That being said, if you’re like me and you want your own perfume, you don’t need to abandon that dream completely. You can create your own fragrance yourself at home. Really.

Non-toxic DIY Deodorant with Naturally Antibacterial Essential Oils

Deodorize your Carpets Naturally with Baking Soda and Essential Oils

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Homemade deodorant using Young Living Essential Oils. I love this recipe. I put it in a roll-on. It has worked SO well during the summer months. 10 drops purification, clary sage, 5 drops frankincense, lemon, cedarwood, and lavender. Kick up the lavender if you'd like. Top with as much carrier oil as preferred. I used about 1/4 bottle of a 2oz roll-on.