Today, we’re going to have a quiet chat about personal hygiene. We’re all adults here, right? So let’s talk about how one can feel clean after a normal bathroom visit. We’re going to talk about Nest Half Full’sBath Tissue Moistening Spray. Continue reading “Bath Tissue Moistening Spray”
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UPDATE 20 March, 2017 – Mr. Nest and I were recently in Hope Town in the Bahamas visiting friends when I ran out of my toner (that I buy here these days and like very much). We were on a small cay with limited shopping. What to do?
I headed here to my own post from a few years ago and threw an abbreviated version of this together using 2 ounces filtered water, about 1/8 teaspoon (or less) ACV and a few drops of AMEO’s Pure Tranquility essential oil blend. It still works great! Which leaves me wondering… why did I stop making my own?
Apple Cider Vinegar is the main active ingredient in my toner and I’ve been very satisfied with it for about a year now. However, my skin has begun feeling a little too tight after toning. I blame Winter. Tweaking it (the toner, not Winter… although, hmmm!) has been on my mind, but it’s taken awhile to decide what to do about it.
So, it simmered on the back burner while daily life continued.
… with an anti-aging, hydrating facial mist made by a prestigious skin care company. DESPITE its price tag, which was comparable to a new pair of casual shoes, I really LOVED this stuff! It felt so good. Smelled so nice. Kept my skin sooo fresh.
I was hooked, I tell ya.
Thing is, we’ve become very conscious of all the nasties that are used to make personal care products. I’ve been making more and more of the products we use on our skin like body lotions, facial moisturizers, liquid hand soaps, shaving cream… You get the idea.