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  1. Just don't put anything on it including oils, lotions or makeup.
  2. Casual shirt - $35 max, but usually a lot less Jeans - I recently spent $78, but that was unusual. Usually around $35-$45 max. Dressy shirt - $50 max I hardly ever wear dresses and skirts. Shoes - $65 max Sweater - $55 max Purses - $300 max, but usually a lot less. The cost of living is pretty high where I live.
  3. Oil pulling will get teeth very white. You can find out more at www.oilpulling.com
  4. I've heard soy isn't good for you. It's highly sprayed with pesticides. It's genetically modified, and it can play havoc on our hormones. Here's an article warning against soy: http://www.mercola.com/article/soy/avoid_soy.htm
  5. Maybe it's getting the toxins out of your body. It may get worse before it gets better??
  6. Artisana and Tropical Traditions are very good, high quality coconut oils.
  7. Take off makeup with a blend of olive and castor oil. Works fantastic! Exfoliate the face with an [post=http://renewalproducts.com/p_ayatecloth.htm]ayate cloth Whiten teeth by [post=http://www.oilpulling.com/]oil pulling Get shiny hair with an apple cider vinegar rinse (diluted!)
  8. I like Meow and MAD. Signature is pretty good, too.
  9. First thing in the morning, I do my dry skin brushing which is great for soft skin, lymphatic stimulation and exfoliation. Then in the shower, I "wash" and exfoliate my face gently with an [post=http://www.amazon.com/Ayate-Wash-Cloth-Natural-Exfoliate/dp/B000B9FFAU.]ayate cloth. I usually don't use soap on my face, but sometimes I'll use [post=http://www.choosetobehealthy.com/product_info.php?products_id=249]dr. ohira's kampuka soap. I wash the rest of my body with the kampuka soap. Then I ton
  10. A friend of mine told me that Victoria Boutenko recommends washing hair with flax seeds. You soak them over night in water, and in the morning you put them in the blender with more water. Then you wash. We'll see how it goes. I'll probably do this tomorrow!!
  11. This is a great article describing how backwards our attitudes toward diet have become. Unprocessed, whole, natural foods are considered suspect while processed, chemically laden foods are considered "normal." http://www.newstarget.com/019417.html > > What is a "normal" diet? Consumers and food industry pundits have it all > backwards > Monday, June 12, 2006 by: Mike Adams > > I was describing the raw foods diet to someone the other day, and they > remarked, "Well
  12. I use hemp powder, and I think it's helping me. I definitely think it's safe.
  13. This is a good thread. I color my hair red, too. I do it with henna which is great for my hair. I don't have as much problems with fading, but that's probably because I only need to wash my hair a couple times a week. The last time I hennaed, I added apple cider vinegar to the henna. I've heard it does help the color take better. For some reason, I can't open links that people put in their posts. I get an error message. Can someone explain what the glaze is people have been talking about? Als