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    1. Thanks Jen, and honestly $20 is the most I have ever spent on a beauty product and even that feel expensive 🙂 I’m so glad that the beauty industry is starting to take note that inexpensive doesn’t necessarily always mean it’s not effective.

  1. Nice post! I am a big fan of lanolin too.

    I really like Dr. Bronner’s liquid soaps, which are all-natural and part organic. We use them for body wash, shaving cream, hand soap (mix with water to refill any soap foamer), washing baby’s hair for the first year or so, and hand-washing delicate garments. They can also be used for dish washing, but I prefer more suds for dishes; I do use Dr. Bronner’s to wash the bathroom cups rather than take them down to the kitchen. Oh, and I mix Dr. Bronner’s with baking soda to make a paste to clean the sink and tub.

    Kerry’s Herbals Miracle Salve is excellent for diaper rash and minor cuts and scrapes.

    I wash my face with honey.

    I wash my hair with vinegar.

    1. I forgot about Dr. Bronner’s liquid soap! I used to use it all the time too but for some reason I got out of the habit and I have no idea why 🙂 Thanks for the reminder to get some soon and start using again!

  2. Oh these look fantastic! So many natural beauty products are so expensive, good to know there are other options out there! Stopping by form the Pin It Party, am pinning this post for future reference!

  3. I love Burt’s Bees Dry Skin Night Cream, it’s super moisturizing and gentle.

  4. Hi Victoria, Thanks for the article about natural beauty products. Generally natural beauty products are less expensive. People some time undermine their effectiveness only because of less price. However, Now there is a tendency among the mass moving to natural things.

  5. Thank you for this suggestion. I go through the whole article and found they are quite budget-friendly.

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