Freshly cut DIY glycerin soap bars, so easy to make for you and to give as gifts!- Scratch Mommy

Soothing DIY Glycerin Soap

Homemade soap is truly a marvelous and wonderful thing. It also requires the use of lye in many cases and well that’s not always something we all want to tackle and is certainly not a project for young children to take on. We can, however; make a soothing homemade glycerin soap that is easily customized for our homes and for …

DIY Dandelion-Infused Hand Lotion Recipe- featured on Scratch Mommy

Dandelion-Infused Hand Lotion

I’m a big fan of body butter, and even my homemade rose lotion, but I needed something lighter for my hands. This dandelion-infused hand lotion is a luxurious way to get some extra moisture to your hands without being overly greasy. Creating a Hand Lotion With a preschooler and all the cooking and product making I do, I end up washing …

DIY Edible Massage Lotion Recipe- Find the recipe on Scratch Mommy

Edible Massage Lotion

This Valentine’s Day, anniversary, or any day consider treating your partner to an extra special massage that includes some DIY edible massage lotion. It is the month of Valentine’s Day and whether you’re going away with your partner or choosing to do something at home, it is a nice time to do something a little special, something a little more …

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Naturally Healing DIY Aftershave Spray

I like sexy, hairy men. In fact, I like them so much that I married one (the best one, of course). The more facial hair, the better…I say. That said, my sexy and hairy man does have a job in corporate America where it is (unfortunately) frowned upon to have a beard…even a nicely trimmed beard. Boo Corporate America!!! In …

DIY SUPER Moisturizing & Antibacterial Hand Soap (leaves your hands silky smooth & ready for handshakes)

SUPER Moisturizing DIY Antibacterial Hand Soap (leaves your hands silky smooth & ready for handshakes)

First, I am NOT a germ freak…at all (see my blog posts on Earthing and hand sanitizer). That said…yes, I wash my hands and certainly encourage my toddler washing his hands in our home, too. We simply aren’t obsessive about it. When we do wash our hands, we want to make sure that a few things are occurring… We are …