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Is ‘propylene glycol’ on the label of your conventional shampoo? You might be surprised to find out that it’s not just in your suds – it’s also in aircraft de-icing fluid! There are countless chemicals in conventional shampoos. Another common one is sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), a strong detergent responsible for the bubbles in your hair. Cut out the chemicals and choose organic. Learn more about organic shampoo.
Health and Community info
A food forest contributes to a diet with more organic options.
Permaculture design embraces food forests which have horizontal layers such as the canopy and a vertical layer such as vines.
You might find the following plants in a Missouri food forest. These are all routinely available through many garden suppliers.
In areas with an annual rainfall of between 10 and 100 inches, you might find the common wheat, which is Introduced to MO.
Known as having a Medium drought tolerance, the common wheat (Triticum aestivum) is in the Grass family. It requires a minimum temperature of -28°F.
The fruit/seed period of the common wheat runs from Spring to Summer. It si propogated by Seed and has a bloom period in Early Spring.
Not every plant species listed as a food forest candidate in Missouri will thrive in your specific climate or area.
Take a weekend trip to your local garden supply store and learn more about which plants, shrubs and ground cover will be a great fit for your food forest.
We want to hear from you! Show us your awesome food forest by submitting a photo and we may feature your paradise!
Photo Diary – Honey Is The New Shampoo: Week 2
. . . is a hair “ rinse” that you apply after you shampoo, or can mix 50/50 with your shampoo to bring out your hair color. For brown hair: use sage, rosemary, & nettle leaf or quassia chips, For black hair: use crushed walnut hulls or black walnut po. . .
Skin, Hair & Teeth
. . . Review: Green Beaver Sport 24 Natural Citrus Deodorant Review: Green Beaver Shampoo Review: Green Beaver Hand & Body Lotion Green Beaver: A Canadian Natural Personal Care Product Company Review: Avalon Organics Lemon Clarifying Shampoo. . .
Honey Is The New Shampoo: The Conclusion
. . . from Frank Vinyl Veronica – February 8, 2014, 8:23PM I use cornstarch as dry shampoo and I have dark nearly black hair. Obviously you can’t just plop it on, you have to dip your fingers in it and then tousle it in your hair. Works just fine f. . .
Homemade Coconut Milk Shampoo
. . . Jessie – April 16, 2013, 11:59AM Thanks for the tip, Brigette! I’ll try making the shampoo again this weekend! 🙂 Hillary – April 18, 2013, 7:22PM Just made this now. A tad watery, so it’s chilling in my fridge. The coconut milk I bought was pre. . .
Honey Is The New shampoo
. . . I’m going on 3 weeks of washing my hair with natural substances (no commercial shampoo or conditioner!). I’ve used mainly honey with a couple tries of clay and apple cider vinegar… and this week I started something else. (…) Read more » beauty . . .
Honey Is The New Shampoo: Week 3
. . . ‘poo to begin with! Follow FP Brigette on Twitter. Tags: dr bronners , dr bronners shampoo , honey is the new shampoo , honey shampoo , natural beauty , no poo Comments Erica – January 30, 2014, 7:12AM Brigette, Don’t know if you wanted to switch b. . .
Five Major Natural Hair Care Myths Debunked.
. . . up your shampoo and conditioner often to get great results. FACT: If you feel your shampoo and conditioner have “ stopped working,” it’s likely due to build-up over time of use versus the actual products themselves no longer working. Using a clari. . .
Review: Thursday Plantation Organic Tea Tree Shampoo
. . . from the health promoting benefits of tea tree oil. In terms of properties , the shampoo has a claim to “ clean and revitalize” hair. It is suitable for frequent use, however it is not recommended for chemically-treated hair as tea tree oil has . . .
How To Make Dry Shampoo with Wilder Quarterly Editor, Abbye Churchill
. . . well :/ will get some now! 🙂 Helen – April 27, 2015, 1:37PM I love this post! Dry shampoo is definitely on my list of beauty essentials because it saves me so much time in the mornings and prevents my hair from getting dry and brittle. I love. . .
Review: Valley Of Longevity Natural Shampoo
. . . is needed on my hair and it brushes easily after washing. Since using this shampoo for a couple of weeks now, I can tell you the volume was not a fluke, nor was the clean hair effect. Ever since I have started to use this shampoo, I now. . .
Review: Giovanni Root 66 Max Volume Shampoo
. . . Essential oils * Safety Rating based on Skin Deep Cosmetic Database Packaging The shampoo comes in a sleek, rectangular, almost see through, plastic #2 bottle, which is recyclable once product is finished. The regular size is 250mL (8.5oz). Price. . .
Review: Avalon Organics Lemon Clarifying Shampoo
. . . organic, with the overall ingredient list not looking organic at all. Overall, the shampoo gets a score of 3 (moderate hazard) from Skin Deep. In terms of how it worked, well here was the tipping point. It lathered great, naturally thanks to the. . .