How to make nontoxic, organic versions of your favorite beauty products.
Natural toners can be a little pricey, but they are quick and inexpensive to make at home. All you need is apple cider vinegar, water and essential oil.
Plain old vegetable oil is so 2000-and-late. Coconut oil is today's choice for those in the know—and it's more than a flash in the pan.
Instead of dropping major money on products that probably also contain chemicals and harmful additives, get your DIY on with essential oils.
Whip up a few of these recipes and start the summer with smooth, supple skin.
Not only does this body butter smell great, but it's luxurious, refreshing, and has amazing health benefits for your skin.
8 natural cures for chronic headaches and migraines.
With its rough, fibrous exterior, a coconut is an inconspicuous package for something so incredibly beautifying.
This all-natural, DIY coconut milk facial cleanser takes off makeup and dirt and softens and nourishes dull winter skin.
This easy bright-green mask, which you can whip up in a few minutes, repairs parched winter hair with protein– and vitamin A–rich chlorella.
Here’s a recipe for a powerful DIY deodorant spray that contains only all-natural ingredients—including one you wouldn’t expect.
Give skin a natural-looking glow with this DIY self-tanning spray—the secret ingredient is probably already in your pantry!
Looking for a conditioner that makes your hair soft, shiny, and manageable? Just stroll into your kitchen and pick up a bottle of apple cider vinegar.
Korean sheet masks aren’t a fad—they’re the real deal when it comes to giving skin a glow. And you can make a DIY version with just 3 ingredients.
The best thing about having a kitchen stocked full of healthy food is that they can also double up as amazing natural beauty products.
Washing your skin with oil, instead of soap, can actually improve your complexion.
No need to splurge on lip stains for a pop of color on your pout. Making your own with edible ingredients is way more fun—and tasty.