To help soothe common health ailments, improve general health, and/or provide a more natural alternative to beauty treatments, you can opt for proven home remedies.
Here in this post, you’ll find links to different home remedies found around the web. Choose what suits you based on your needs and interest. You’ll find home remedies for hair care such as coconut oil shampoo, a recipe for nutmeg toothpaste, a homemade eye cream, and a diaper rash cream. You’ll even find home remedies for headaches, coughs, ear infections and more.
HOMEMADE COCONUT OIL SHAMPOO BAR RECIPE
Commercial shampoos are usually made with harmful ingredients such as sodium lauryl sulfate – which is a known skin irritant. It is also a good idea to detoxify your hair once in awhile and use natural ingredients such as coconut oil.
The Mommypotamus blog shares a homemade coconut oil shampoo bar recipe that works well to wash your hair. See the link below for all the details…
HOW TO MAKE HOMEMADE COCONUT MILK SHAMPOO
Most store brand shampoos contain many unnecessary ingredients in them. This coconut milk shampoo from ‘One Good Thing By Jillee’ is a great alternative to wash away other shampoo and product build up.
To get the recipe for this coconut milk shampoo, click the link below…
DIY HOMEMADE LAVENDER ROSEMARY SHAMPOO
It is a good idea to give your hair a break from all the chemical build-up of using regular store-bought shampoo.
Consider rinsing your hair once in awhile with natural ingredients such as lavender and rosemary. You can easily make your own formula.The Premedited Leftovers blog shares a recipe for making your own homemade lavender rosemary shampoo at the link below…
BAKING SODA AND VINEGAR HAIR CARE RECIPE
Commercial shampoos can be really hard for your hair. It contains a lot of harmful ingredients that you may not even be aware of. If you want to distance yourself from these chemicals, it would be best to use a natural, time-tested method to clean your hair, such as a baking soda mix and vinegar rinse.
In Sonnet’s Kitchen has posted a DIY baking soda and vinegar hair care routine. According to the blogger, her hair had more body and volume when she started using it, results which she didn’t get when she was using shampoo and other commercial hair care products. If you want to try out using baking soda and vinegar to clean your hair, find out how to do it at the link below…
COCONUT OIL SCALP TREATMENT
While moisturizing our body, we often forget about caring for our scalp.
There are many benefits to doing a scalp treatment including: treatment dandruff, providing relief from dry, flaky skin, getting rid of product build-up from shampoo, conditioners, and other hair products, and speeding up hair growth by stimulated the scalp.
If you want to see how it is done, themotherhuddle.com blog shows us a coconut scalp treatment and other recipe options below.
333 SUPER USES FOR COCONUT OIL
Coconut is becoming more and more widely known for its super uses and benefits. It is affordable, readily available, and can be used for many different health issues, great for kitchen uses, and so much more.
To see the full list with an overview of coconut oil, click the link below…
HOW TO MAKE CINNAMON NUTMEG TOOTHPASTE
The good news is that you can make this cinnamon nutmeg homemade version that not only works well to do it’s cleaning job, but is also great for sensitive teeth.
To see the recipe and details from the Nourishing Joy blog, click the link below…
NATURAL HOMEMADE EYE CREAM
I was super excited to find this eye cream formula. It moisturizes the eye area, it has anti-aging properties, and is less expensive to make at home. It is made from only 2 powerful ingredients: coconut oil and vitamin e.
The Ramblings of a Happy Homemaker blog shares the recipe for making this natural homemade eye cream and provides information on the benefits of vitamin e. Click the link below to get the recipe and details…
9 HOME REMEDIES FOR HEADACHES
Instead of reaching for medication to help with headaches, you may want to consider using some home remedies.
While there are different types of headaches, some remedies may be more appropriate then others. To see the causes of headaches and all 9 suggested home remedies for headaches, click the link below…
12 HOME REMEDIES FOR COUGHS
At the Common Sense Home blog, there are various things to try when dealing with a cough. My favorite is the honey and cinnamon option, and also the peppermint oil. See all of the 12 home remedies for coughs at the link below…
HOMEMADE DANDELION SALVE RECIPE
Dandelion, like coconut, has a lot of uses. From food to beauty products, there are just so many things you can make from this amazing plant. The Montana Homesteader has made a homemade salve from dandelion, and according to the blogger, it’s easy to make, inexpensive, and leaves her hands feeling soft and nourished for some time.
If you want to try your hand at making this salve, go to the link below…
DIY 10 MINUTE NATURAL DIAPER RASH CREAM
Instead of buying diaper rash products with all sorts of chemical ingredients in it, opt to make a natural version at home.
The blogger at the Diaper Wrecker blog did just that using just a few ingredients and it only took 10 minutes to make. See the recipe for making this natural diaper rash cream at the link…
DIY MAGIC SALT SOCK EAR INFECTION RELIEF
If your child has an ear infection, making a magic salt sock to provide relief is an excellent idea that works well.
This is not meant to be a cure for ear infections, but simply an effective way to ease discomfort and providing some relief until further medical treatment if necessary. See link below for the easy instructions on making this salt sock from the Macaroni Kid blog…
MIRACLE TREATMENT FOR ECZEMA
If you’ve tried everything to find relief from eczema without much success, you may want to consider using apple cider vinegar. Ashley over at the Hangout blog tried apple cider vinegar after she tried other remedies to treat eczema for her daughter and it worked well!
You can get the details on how to go about using this supposed, ‘miracle’ treatment to treat eczema at the link here…
HOW TO MAKE A HOMEMADE MOSQUITO REPELLENT
The Surviving The Stores blog shares a recipe for a homemade mosquito repellent. While the warm weather approaches, pesky mosquitoes tend to unfortunately hang out with us outdoors. Instead of using store bought sprays that have chemicals in them, this homemade formula is a better option in my opinion.
Ingredients include: 5 drops of Lavender Essential Oil, 5 drops of Citronella essential oil, 3 – 4 Tbsp of Vanilla Extract, and 4-5 Tbsp. Lemon Juice or 5 drops of Lemon Essential Oil.
To see the details on this homemade mosquito repellent, click the link here..Homemade Mosquito Repellent
KEEPING SPIDERS AWAY WITH PEPPERMINT OIL
The Herbs and Oils World blog shares how spiders hate peppermint oil and how you can use peppermint oil to keep them out of your home. Click the link below to find out exactly what you can do with peppermint oil to keep spiders away…