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Eco Living: New Year Skin And Hair Care Tips!
Li Wong's Eco Living Articles
Written by Li Wong of Earth Alkemie   

Happy Chinese New Year!  If the winter is wrecking havoc on your skin and hair, the New Year is a great time to change your beauty routine!  Here are a couple of my favorite all natural cosmetic tips to help rejuvenate your skin and hair.

Sunscreen:

Many people only use sunscreen in the spring and summer months, or when they are going to be outside for long periods of time.  I suggest using sunscreen year round, even if you are only going outside for a minute or two!  The majority of aging is due to sun damage, so use it daily and start using sunscreen when you are young! 

I don’t recommend most commercial brands of sunscreens since many of the synthetic chemicals in these brands are potentially irritating or potentially toxic, or they contains a lot of fillers.  I suggest using a natural based brand, since they usually use zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, and contain little to no fillers.  Most natural brands double as moisturizers and contain a lot of good ingredients for your skin.  Zinc oxide is an effective full spectrum sunscreen.  Titanium dioxide is pretty effective too, but not as effective as zinc oxide.  Try to get a zinc oxide or titanium dioxide based sunscreen that isn’t made with nano-sized particles.

Multi-tasking Products:

Most people are super busy so may not have much time to spend on skin and hair care.  One reason I love natural ingredients and products is that many of them are multi-tasking.  Most plant ingredients used in skin and hair care have many different properties, so it is possible to use only one or a few ingredients to meet your beauty needs. 

A great example of a multi-tasking ingredient is a carrier oil!  If you find a carrier oil your skin and hair loves, you can use the same carrier oil for many different uses. Some uses include sealing in moisture, removing makeup, cleansing the skin, deep conditioning the hair, as a base for perfumes, as an antioxidant, for its fatty acid and vitamin content, or to use for many different skin issues.  Many oils are good for balancing oily, dry, or dehydrated skin, or for conditions like acne, eczema, and rosacea.  Some oils can be used for all of the above purposes, while others can only be used for a few tasks.  I recommend using cold pressed, unrefined or expeller pressed, unrefined oils. 

I love using virgin, organic, cold pressed, unrefined coconut oil.  I use it on my body to help seal in moisture.  I use it as a deep conditioner for the hair.  I often recommend it as a spot treatment for acne.  My mom loves using it on her face instead of creams!  I have used it in perfumes: virgin, pressed, unrefined coconut oil smells delicious and adds a fruity, tropical back note to products.  It is very nourishing for the skin.  Plus I use coconut oil in cooking and baking too!  (Please note: not every carrier oil is food grade).  I add coconut oil to a lot of other products when formulating.  Oils have so many amazing uses!

Another multi-tasking ingredient: hydrosol.  Hydrosols can be used for many purposes.  All of them hydrate and are acidic, so they can rebalance the pH of your skin.  They are effective toners.  All of them have their own properties too.  Some of them are slightly astringent, but non-drying.  Others are soothing since it is thought they have anti-inflammatory properties, so those hydrosols are perfect for irritated skin.  A few are high in natural antioxidants.  Many aromatherapists use certain hydrosols for their anti-aging properties.  Many are excellent to use on different skin types and conditions.  

One of my favorite hydrosols is rosewater.  Rosewater is excellent for all skin types, especially dry, mature, and sensitive skin.  But many young people and those with oily skin love it too!  It is very balancing and slightly astringent.  Aromatherapist and hydrosol pioneer Suzanne Catty recommends it for anti-aging, moodiness, and pms!  I use hydrosols as toners and misters, and in products like cleansers, hair rinses, masks, scrubs, lotions, moisturizers, serums, and more!

  

Skin Care And Aromatherapy Links:

 

My green and white tea recipes for Chinese New Year! http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/67-formulating/811-eco-living-white-and-green-tea-infusion-and-tea-flower-mask 

An Eco Living article explaining the differences between carrier oils, water based ingredients, and moisturizers. http://www.allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/70-other-topics/261-eco-living-all-natural-moisturizers

My recipe for a deep conditioning hot oil hair treatment! http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/67-formulating/817-eco-living-deep-conditioning-hot-oil-hair-treatment

Many natural ingredients are excellent for acne, including coconut oil. http://allnaturalbeauty.us/ani67.htm

My Eco Living and DIY article on sunscreens and sunscreen ingredients. http://www.anbportal.com/absolutenm/templates/?a=1025&z=126

An Eco Living article on a few ingredients for winter skin care. http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/67-formulating/575-eco-living-ingredients-for-winter-skin-care

My article on natural autumn and winter skin care routines. http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/67-formulating/118-eco-living-all-natural-autumn-and-winter-skincare

From my eco blog: what are carrier oils, hydrosols, and essential oils? http://solarkateco.blogspot.com/2006/03/carrier-oils-essential-oils-hydrosols.html

The Aromatic Plant Project is a wonderful resource on all things aromatic.  Here is their page on hydrosols.  It’s a non-profit, founded by aromatherapy pioneer Jeanne Rose. http://www.aromaticplantproject.com/hydrosols.html

My eco blog post on choosing carrier oils for your skin type. http://solarkateco.blogspot.com/2006/03/carrier-oils-for-specific-skin-types.html

 

 

 

About The Author:

Li Wong is the owner of Earth Alkemie, an all natural, vegetarian skin care and perfume company.  She has a B.A. in Environmental Studies (Biology) and a M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy.  Li has been crafting natural cosmetics and studying aromatherapy and herbalism since 2001.  Environmental interests include conservation, botany, ethnobotany (uses of plants by indigenous peoples), mammals, organic standards in cosmetics, urban wildlife issues, environmental education and awareness, and public perception.   She is the all natural beauty website’s Eco Living and DIY Natural Beauty Formulating Expert, and the anb’s mall Eco Living writer.  http://www.anbportal.com/meet_the_all_natural_beauty_experts.htm  

For more information on environmental issues, Eco Living, natural cosmetics, aromatherapy, and herbalism check out: Solarkat’s Eco Blog:  http://solarkateco.blogspot.com/

For information on Earth Alkemie's products (skin care, hair care, perfumes, DIY raw ingredients, and containers), properties of natural ingredients, the benefits of natural cosmetics, and green business practices, please visit Earth Alkemie’s blog: http://www.earthalkemie.com/blog  

For Earth Alkemie's news and products, environmental issues, eco living, herbalism, aromatherapy, and crafting tips, visit Earth Alkemie's face book fan page: https://www.facebook.com/EarthAlkemie 

 
Inspired Living : Pumpkin Puree – Skin-Friendly, Delicious Winter Treat
Danna Norek's Inspired Living Articles
Written by Danna Norek of Aura Sensory   

Pumpkin is an excellent food for our skin. Not only does it contain a lot of dietary fiber per serving, it also contains several vitamins and nutrients that are notoriously excellent for the health and vibrancy of our skin. Oh, and then there’s also the fact that pumpkin is ubiquitously tasty in a TON of different recipes. 

You often see pumpkin in shakes, ice cream flavors, fancy lattes at coffee houses, pastries and a variety of desserts.  And pumpkin pie, that holiday staple, is actually one of the healthiest pies (considering) that you can enjoy during the holidays due to its lower fat content and reasonable sugar content compared to other types of pies.

Beta carotene

Beta carotene is important for skin health, and is a potent antioxidant.  A diet rich in these types of antioxidants is excellent for keeping the skin healthy and supple since it helps to fight the free radicals that kill off healthy skin cells. It also helps mitigate the effect of the environmental stressors that the skin is exposed to day in and day out. 

Orange-colored fruits and veggies may even make your skin “glow” with that natural undertone of health and rosiness.

Studies have actually shown that those who eat lots of brightly colored orange veggies and fruits tend to have a healthier glow to their complexion proving that you really are what you eat when it comes to the health and beauty of your skin.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is also abundant in pumpkin puree. Vitamin C is essential for building collagen and maintain the underlying structure of the skin.  It also helps to fight off free radicals and to defend skin against those every day stressors and elements that destroy healthy skin cells. It also may provide another layer of defense against things like sun damage by providing the skin with an extra line of defense against cell mutation and hyperpigmentation at the cellular level.

Ways to incorporate pumpkin into your diet

A pumpkin smoothie (or shake) can be a real treat.  Try adding anywhere from a half a cup to a cup of the puree to a blend of greek vanilla or plain yogurt, ice, nutmeg and cinnamon.  Add some stevia for additional sweetness if needed and top off with a dollop of whipped topping or real whipped cream for a real treat!  Even better, add some skin-healthy pecans or walnuts to the top for some crunch and extra protein, not to mention a healthy dose of omega 3 fats.

Pumpkin butter can be a delicious and portable way to add some pumpkin to your diet.  You can add this to oatmeal or cereal in the morning, add a little to some ice cream or yogurt, or add it to pretty much anything else you can think of to add flavor and a great texture.  At just 80 calories a cup and 7 whopping grams of fiber, you’re doing your body a favor AND treating yourself to a delicious flavor.

You can make a wonderful coffee creamer our of pumpkin puree as well.  Using half and half, sugar or stevia, nutmeg & cinnamon (or just use pumpkin pie spice) and pumpkin puree to taste, you’ll add some much needed antioxidants to your morning cup of joe. You’ll want to puree this mixture in a food processor since the pumpkin is heavy and can tend to fall to the bottom of the coffee cup if not well blended.

 

Danna founded Aura Sensory products and the line includes an aluminum free deodorant, sulfate free hair care products and facial and body soaps and facial skin care products.

 
Eco Living: Eco-Friendly Resolutions
Li Wong's Eco Living Articles
Written by Li Wong of Earth Alkemie   

Happy New Year!  Every year I make Eco resolutions and try to implement more Eco-conscious practices in my life.  Living a green lifestyle is not only healthier for you and your family, but it’s also easier on your wallet.  Not sure what green resolutions to make this year?  Here are some great suggestions!

 

Educate Yourself!

Strive to learn about ecological issues.  Pick issues that you are interested in, educate yourself on them, and learn about how you can make a difference.  Small changes can make huge impacts! 

There are a wide range of environmental topics, spanning nearly every subject, field, and aspect of life.  For example, if you are interested in global issues, you might want to learn about climate change and what you can do locally, in your daily life, to help (97% of climate scientists agree that climate change is occurring1).  If you are concerned about local issues, you may want to learn about environmental issues that affect your community or state.  Your local and state government’s websites or local environmental organizations are great resources to start learning about your area’s ecological problems.  If you want to learn more about products you use every day, then I recommend learning about toxins, irritants, and fillers found in many foods, skin care, and house cleaning products, and their green counterparts.   If you like learning about wildlife and nature, many plants and animals are threatened or endangered, including some of the most beloved creatures, such as pandas.

Ecological, plant, and animal magazines and news articles are good resources.  There are many excellent scientific, government, and non-profit organizations that have online educational resources.  Join an environmental non-profit, or participate in programs from your local parks, ecological organizations, and community centers.  Many websites and blogs are devoted to living a green and crunchy lifestyle!

 

Participate In Environmental Activities And Practices!

You can greatly reduce your ecological footprint simply by reducing what you consume and by implementing environmental practices in your life.  In my research, I’ve found that most people care about the environment, however they think it is time consuming or expensive to be more Eco-conscious.  Or they simply don’t know how to live a green lifestyle.  However, many green alternatives don’t take that much time and they are often budget friendly.  It may take a little time to learn about them, but once you get into the habit of doing green practices or activities, you will be amazed about how little time they take to do!  Many green practices and products are inexpensive to do or buy, either costing less, the same, or just a little more than commercial products.  For others, it may be expensive to invest in certain green products or services initially, but they save you a lot of money in the long run. 

Decide on a few environmental activities and practices, and commit to them.  Some great but simple ideas: use natural, organic, sweatshop free, or fair trade products.  Use reusable bags or bottles.  Use or formulate your own natural cosmetics and house cleaning products.  Eat more natural, organic, and local foods.  Reduce clutter, buy only what you need or will use, give new life to old products (use them for different purposes or donate them), and recycle what you can.  Spend time outdoors to reconnect with nature.  Educate others and get involved in your local community.  Or start an online Eco blog or website to inspire others in going green!  Donate funds to your favorite environmental and non-profit social welfare organizations.  There are so many ways to live in a green manner; these are just a few basic ideas!

I wish you all a green and natural New Year!

 

Climate Change Links:

1Climate change statistic on NASA’s climate website, which lists many other U.S. and world scientific organizations that agree that climate change is occurring:  http://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus

The Environmental Protection Agency’s climate change website: http://www.epa.gov/climatechange/

Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change’s website: http://www.ipcc.ch/

United Nations Environment Programme’s website on climate change: http://www.unep.org/climatechange/

Former Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore’s The Climate Reality Project: http://climaterealityproject.org/

 

Suggested Environmental Or Plant Related Documentaries:

“An Inconvenient Truth”.  This Academy Award winning documentary raised public awareness of climate change.  http://www.takepart.com/an-inconvenient-truth

“Blackfish”.  This documentary focuses on killer whales and captivity. http://blackfishmovie.com/

“Numen”.  This is a great documentary on herbalism and the healing power of plants. http://www.numenfilm.com/

 

Conservation And Panda Links:

World Worldlife Fund’s Panda Conservation page: http://worldwildlife.org/species/giant-panda

An article I wrote on conservation and preservation: http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/68-environmental-issues/733-eco-living-conservation-and-preservation

 

More Plant And Environmental Links:

My eco living article on some of my favorite plant and ecological online resources: http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/242-eco-living-plant-and-environmental-online-resources

United Plant Savers: help protect native medical plants. https://www.unitedplantsavers.org/

Treehugger is an amazing website that has information on all things green. http://www.treehugger.com/

  

Natural Cosmetics Articles:

Eco Living article on the benefits of all natural cosmetics (skin care, hair care, perfumes, make up, etc): http://www.anbportal.com/absolutenm/templates/default.aspx?a=355&z=126

My article on defining natural products (part 1): http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/347-eco-living-natural-and-organic-products-part-1-what-is-natural

My article on defining organic products (part 2): http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/68-environmental-issues/363-eco-living-natural-and-organic-products-part-2-what-is-organic

Eco Living article on house cleaning: http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/69-living-an-earth-friendly-lifestyle/826-eco-living-spring-cleaning

For more articles on DIY cosmetics and green house cleaning, check out my Eco Living articles on anb mall, my Eco Living & DIY Natural Beauty Formulating Expert articles on all natural beauty website, my eco blog: Solarkat’s Eco Blog, my skin care business blog: Earth Alkemie’s Blog, and Earth Alkemie's facebook page (see links below).

 

Food Links:

Mother Nature Network’s article on nine Eco-friendly diets: http://www.mnn.com/health/fitness-well-being/photos/9-eco-friendly-diets/be-green-and-lean

 

My sister has a blog with many delicious vegetarian recipes: http://littlebexn.blogspot.com/

Elana’s Pantry is an excellent gluten free recipe website.  It also has a lot of information on other kinds of natural diets such as paleo, vegetarian, egg free, grain free, etc.  She has written many great cookbooks too. http://www.elanaspantry.com/

 

 

Reusable Items And Recycling: 

My eco blog post on reusable bags: http://solarkateco.blogspot.com/2007/11/lis-quick-eco-tips-and-actions-reusable.html

My Eco Living article on reusable bottles and other items: http://www.allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/302-eco-living-lis-quick-eco-tips-books-packaging-and-reusable-bottles

Don’t know where to bring items to recycle? Use Earth 911’s website to find out!: http://earth911.com/recycling/

 

More Eco Living Green Resolution Articles: 

http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/69-living-an-earth-friendly-lifestyle/805-eco-living-green-resolutions

http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/69-living-an-earth-friendly-lifestyle/701-eco-living-new-year-eco-resolutions

 

About The Author:

Li Wong is the owner of Earth Alkemie, an all natural, vegetarian skin care and perfume company.  She has a B.A. in Environmental Studies (Biology) and a M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy.  Li has been crafting natural cosmetics and studying aromatherapy and herbalism since 2001.  Environmental interests include conservation, botany, ethnobotany (uses of plants by indigenous peoples), mammals, organic standards in cosmetics, urban wildlife issues, environmental education and awareness, and public perception.   She is the all natural beauty website’s Eco Living and DIY Natural Beauty Formulating Expert, and the anb’s mall Eco Living writer.  http://www.anbportal.com/meet_the_all_natural_beauty_experts.htm  

For more information on environmental issues, Eco Living, natural cosmetics, aromatherapy, and herbalism check out: Solarkat’s Eco Blog:  http://solarkateco.blogspot.com/

For information on Earth Alkemie's products (skin care, hair care, perfumes, DIY raw ingredients, and containers), properties of natural ingredients, the benefits of natural cosmetics, and green business practices, please visit Earth Alkemie’s blog: http://www.earthalkemie.com/blog  

For Earth Alkemie's news and products, environmental issues, eco living, herbalism, aromatherapy, and crafting tips, visit Earth Alkemie's face book fan page: https://www.facebook.com/EarthAlkemie 

 

 
Inspired Living : What are You Grateful for this New Year?
Danna Norek's Inspired Living Articles
Written by Danna Norek of Aura Sensory   

I thought  of how everyone usually makes a New Year’s resolution, only to have it fade within a month. I’ve been guilty of this too, and I thought that this year rather than making a resolution that will fall by the wayside again, I would think of all the things I’ve been grateful for.  I feel like I have a lot of things in my life I’m grateful for, and by acknowledging them it’s kind of like saying to the universe that these things don’t go unnoticed. 

The simple act of gratitude, I believe, often brings on more positive things in one’s life.  I’ve seen this happen in my own life again and again. It is only when I start to realize how precious life is and how lucky and blessed I am to have the life I have, that good things begin to happen again. When you’re depressed, or letting silly things bother you, or are stuck in a negative thought pattern, this is when you tend to see a negative pattern develop in your life.

For this coming year of 2014, I’ve made it my mission to periodically just give thanks for the things that have gone well in my day. Even if this is something you speak out loud, or a thought or positive impulse you simply think of in your mind, it really does wonders for your outlook.  Not only that, it really does have a domino effect, and you start to see positive things happen in 2’s, 3’s and 4’s when you really start focusing on the things that are going right instead of the things that could use improvement.

The simple act of gratitude, whether spoken or thought, has a relaxing effect on the body.  When you think of the negative occurrences in your life, notice what your body does. Your stomach clenches, your heart speeds up, and your body generally feels tight and uncomfortable.

Positive, grateful thoughts result in the exact opposite. The body opens up, the muscles relax and your breath slows down.  This is the perfect example of the negative, destructive effect that stress and negative energy have on the physical body and it’s the very reason why positive thinking gets you so much further (and healthier).

I figured I would sign off this year with a short list of some of the things I’m most grateful for. 

Happy New Year everyone!

1.)  My health has been fantastic, and everyone I love is also in great health.
2.) My business is finally at the point where I can start paying off some of the debt incurred for starting it.
3.) I feel lucky and extremely grateful that I have a good job at a time when a lot of talented, hard-working people are having a hard time finding work.
4.) I just got to spend a fantastic Christmas with the family I love and my sister was able to make it home for the first Christmas in years.

 

 
Eco Living: Eco-friendly Holiday Tips!
Li Wong's Eco Living Articles
Written by LI Wong of Earth Alkemie   

Happy Holidays!  I love the winter holiday season, but a lot of holiday practices and traditions can be excessive and wasteful.  According to the Environmental Protection Agency, household waste in the U.S. increases 25% during the holiday season (from Thanksgiving to New Years), which amounts to one million additional tons*.

But just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate it in an eco-friendly manner!  Being green not only helps protect the Earth, but it is also better for you and your family’s health, and your wallet too!  Many environmental friendly products and methods are budget friendly or they save you money in the long run.

Here are some more of my favorite eco-friendly tips for the holidays!

 

Cards And Invitations:

A great green and budget friendly tip is to save your old cards from last year.  You can make new cards from them.  Simply cut the cards in half.  Then paste the front of the card (with the picture) on stiff paper, card stock, or thick scrap book paper to create a new card!

Another way to use old cards is to cut them up and use them as gift tags or bookmarks!  This is a good way to use the other half (the back half) of old cards.  Just cover the old writing with some nice paper.

Make handmade cards!  There are some beautiful papers available made from recycled or eco-friendly materials, such as banana peels, hemp, or sugar cane fiber.  Or make your own paper from old paper.  This is a good craft to make with kids!

For cards and invitations, consider sending a virtual invite or an e-card.  There are many websites that offer free e-cards or invitations.  Or invite someone by calling them on the phone.

 

Gift Wrapping:

Instead of using wrapping paper (which most people only use once and toss), wrap your gifts in a crunchy manner!  Place gifts in reusable cloth or fabric shopping bags or totes.  Many companies make reusable bags in beautiful patterns and designs, including winter and holiday themes.

Wrap your gifts in a scarf, towel, or fabric.  The ‘wrapping’ makes an awesome second gift!  Green and useful!

If you receive a gift with bows and ribbons, save them to use on other gifts.  Or use real ribbons or yarn to decorate your gifts.  Ribbons and yarn can be reused in many ways: to tie hair, on future gifts, as a decoration on clothes or pillows, or use them to tie herbs together (to make wands or to dry), etc.

Place small items in festive tins or glass jars.  I use tins and fancy glass jars for all sorts of uses.  I use them to store baked goods, sweets, teas, herbs, and more!

I love placing gifts in sachet or drawstring bags: they are beautiful, and come in a variety of fabrics.  I package Earth Alkemie’s gift sets in organza and hand crafted, fair trade Sinamay mesh bags (a natural fiber made from a species of banana), but drawstring bags also come in other fabrics like velour, cotton, and linen.  Some sachet bags are decorated with patterns, and sometimes you can find them decorated with embroidery, beads, or sequins. 

 

Donate:

This is the season for sharing and caring!  How about donating and making someone else’s day a little brighter?  If you have any extra items, gifts, or foods consider donating to women shelters, poor shelters, and children organizations.  During the cold winter months, in addition to food and basic toiletries, shelters and organizations need items such as warm clothing, blankets, and toys.  Check your local government pages for a list of local shelters.  Many stores, banks, schools, jobs, and organizations have food, clothing, and toy drives during the winter months.

 

Links:

Here is my eco living article on many other tips on how to green your holiday! http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/69-living-an-earth-friendly-lifestyle/715-eco-living-green-your-holidays

My article on green and budget friendly hand made gifts.  Includes links to lots of recipes. http://allnaturalbeauty.com/articles/eco-living/69-living-an-earth-friendly-lifestyle/716-eco-living-green-and-budget-friendly-hand-made-gifts

Here is a good video on how to make your own paper from old paper: http://video.about.com/familycrafts/How-to-Make-Paper-With-Kids.htm

A good step by step guide on paper making: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Paper

Every year the American Botanical Council offers beautiful herbal e-cards.  They are free but you have to register on their website. http://abc.herbalgram.org/site/PageServer

*EPA’s (Environmental Protection Agency) statistic on holiday waste.  Their website has many green holiday tips too! http://www.epa.gov/Region09/waste/recycling/index.html

 

 

 

About The Author:

Li Wong is the owner of Earth Alkemie, an all natural, vegetarian skin care and perfume company.  She has a B.A. in Environmental Studies (Biology) and a M.S. in Environmental Science and Policy.  Li has been crafting natural cosmetics and studying aromatherapy and herbalism since 2001.  Environmental interests include conservation, botany, ethnobotany (uses of plants by indigenous peoples), mammals, organic standards in cosmetics, urban wildlife issues, environmental education and awareness, and public perception.   She is the all natural beauty website’s Eco Living and DIY Natural Beauty Formulating Expert, and the anb’s mall Eco Living writer.  http://www.anbportal.com/meet_the_all_natural_beauty_experts.htm 

For more information on environmental issues, Eco Living, natural cosmetics, aromatherapy, and herbalism check out: Solarkat’s Eco Blog:  http://solarkateco.blogspot.com/

For information on Earth Alkemie's products (skin care, hair care, perfumes, DIY raw ingredients, and containers), properties of natural ingredients, the benefits of natural cosmetics, and green business practices, please visit Earth Alkemie’s blog: http://www.earthalkemie.com/blog  

For Earth Alkemie's news and products, environmental issues, eco living, herbalism, aromatherapy, and crafting tips, visit Earth Alkemie's face book fan page: https://www.facebook.com/EarthAlkemie 

 

 

 
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