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Organic, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

NOW Essential Oils 3-Pack (Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Lavender):

Dr. Wood’s Raw Black Soap w/ Organic Shea Butter

Dr. Bronner’s Castille Soap (Hemp Rose 8oz.)

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  5. I looked on Amazon and am going to try Dr Woods black soap & their castille soap; it's a little bit cheaper. Also, I just used your Excel budget. It was so helpful! Thanks so much!

  6. I love Tea Tree Oil!

  7. Happy Saturday 🙂 Nice video! Where did you purchase the Dr Bronner and how much did you pay for it. Love Dr Bronner's products. Btw, yes, you can use this to wash your hair. It works great but start with a tsp of product to 16oz-32oz of water. A little goes a looooooong way and will dry you hair out if too much is used. But, it's a great cleanser.

  8. thanks for that – I knew it would be a good video. I'm particularly impressed with the pure castile soap. is there anything you CAN'T wash with it? is there any reason you don't want to try it on your hair?

  9. Very nice video and informative.

  10. Yes! This is what I've been working on!
    I had a bad habit of buying endless amounts of bath products
    I use RA Cosmetics raw African black soap bars as shampoo, shaving cream, body wash & face wash
    Bentonite Clay for hair cleansing, acne treatment, & deodorant (with some other ingredients)
    Apple Cider Vinegar for salad dressing, hair rinse/detangler, toner, & detox drink
    Grapeseed or Safflower Oil for body "lotion" and hair oil
    Shea Butter for cuticles, lip balm, foot cream, hair sealant, and elbow grease lol

    When I graduate, I'll be in over 25,000 of debt, so I'm trying to get this beans and rice lifestyle down pat before I have to do the debt snowball.

  11. Yes! I recommend for those of us with more fine hair to put the coconut oil just on the ends and not the scalp. It is amazing stuff tho! I lovvvvvveee the rose hemp soap❤️❤️❤️ Great tips!

  12. I use the castile soap to clean my Beauty Blenders. Works great!

  13. Also note: a few drops of essential oils in water = bug spray

  14. On Amazon getting the black soap now! Thanks much.

  15. I love your videos, I also take a lot of tips away and apply them in my daily life.

  16. Love it 🙂 I use Castille soap in my DIY cleaning products, I didn't even think to use it for other things so great tip! With makeup I often use both my bronzer and highlighter as eyeshadows, some of my creamier lippies as a cream blush, and coconut oil for a million different things 🙂

  17. I use Jojoba seed oil or sweet almond oil instead of coconut oil. Coconut oil breaks me out and flattens my hair too much. I love multi purpose products. I also like to use some lipsticks as blush too. I'll also use blush in the crease for a quick look. Essential oils can also be used as a natural perfume. Do you use these products on the kids too? Some essential oils can be used to disinfect toys too!

  18. I have an eyeshadow palette where I use the creme, pink, black & brown colors for highlighter, blush, eyeliner, & contour. That's 4 separate products I'll probably never purchase again 🙂

  19. Dr bronners works amazing in hair. It washes so clean. I used the almond one.

  20. You look so good in this video. And you are so right about that mac blush…it warms up every look beautifully.

  21. Used in my 3c hair and its an amazing rose scent in hair!

  22. Just found your channel! Love it soooooo much! ❤

  23. Great tips.

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