Okay everybooty! I just made some awesome stuff. I was searching on youtube at the library and I was eating an energy bar at the time and I was bored, and then the universe gave me a good slap on the face and told me to get back to my herbies. I followed this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQJmYFGJ5ow&feature=relmfu and I love it. I’m spraying this stuff everywhere, even on cat Luna after she uses the litter box. She doesn’t like it very much, but she sure smells better, and I like to think I’m killing all the plague-possible bacterias. Thieves blend was used by people to go steal stuff from people’s houses while they had the plague but the thieves didn’t get the plague because they used this blend! I learned that story from a friend a few months back so I’m not sure about it’s authenticity. Okay so I just looked it up and it’s true! Look! http://www.secretofthieves.com/four-thieves-vinegar.cfm

Tomorrow I’m going to make her laundry soap that is a penny and a half a load! Stay tuned.



This lotion is on hella sale because it’s a combination of 3 awesome lotions. The price should be jacked up 3 times because it’s so incredible, but it’s not so go and buy 3 of them instead! That’s what I did, and I put two in the fridge to keep the goodness intact while I use the first one. I use this lotion for my face mostly but it is so potent and good that you can use it on anything, I just use it on my face so that it lasts longer on my small budget.

http://www.supersalve.com/creams.html#   and scroll down.

I’m gonna do it, all by myself! But not today. I must first bring together all my materials and bowls. Stay tuned. For now, play with this cool soap calculator.


This lotion cannot be conveyed via words or its pricey payment. It is 100% amazing, that is for sure. It has healed my splits, cuts, burns, and acne.It keeps my skin feeling soft and healthy. It contains no oil so you don’t put oil smudges everywhere you touch. It soaks up really quickly and protects you during the day. I have tried eating it, but it does not taste very good.

Cons: If I use it on my face and then go to work and am hot and sweaty, my face will feel hot because the lotion is not letting my face sweat! It must clog the pores while it is on the face. Also, the original kind is very fragrant in fruitiness. Next time I get the lotion, I am going to get a scent like eucalyptus or lavender, or fragrance free.

It’s pretty expensive. Like, hella expensive. 8 ounces for $21.98 and 16.5 ounces for $41.98. So if you are rich, really get after this product and buy it for your poor friends and family. If you are poor, save up some money from this and next months pay check.

Good thing: On the website right now, if you buy any size of Healing Lotion, you get one item of your choice for free! That is a really great deal. Go go go and get it!!!


100% Amazing Organic Ingredients: Mountain spring water, coconuts, cinnamon, apples, thyme, geranium, sea salt, green tea, rosemary aloe, matricania, orange, vitamins A, C and E

This soap is a great soap for a small period of time (at least for sensitive skin). It really takes away all the oils and impurities on the skin. The reason I say it’s good for a small period of time is because it really dried out my skin after awhile of using it (after about two weeks). I use a different soap now, but will use this Mud Bar about once  or twice a week to really clean my face, and so I don’t get too bored with the skin regimen! The bar lasts a very long time (a couple months at least, but longer if you just use it on your face). The bar has quite a bit of dead sea mud, which I also really like. All the mud really seems to cleanse and detoxify the face. But I don’t know this for certain, since i have not read about dead sea mud in other places other than the Dead Sea Warehouse. It keeps my sometimes-problem-zits at bay. Be a brave bug and try it.

$7.25 for a 3.75 oz. bar

Ingredients:  Olive Oil, Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, 100% Dead Sea Mud and lots of love!

Today is my 2nd day using this cleanser. I love it. I don’t need to use that much because it comes out lathered up so I don’t lose tons of the soap in between my fingers if I were to lather it up on my hands. For this cleanser, I defiantly have to wash twice, instead of just once. It’s not concentrated enough to get all oils off of my face the first time. One thing I am skeptical about is that the first ingredient is water. I feel like it’s a bit pricey for the amount you get, but I will re-post when I figure out how long a 5 oz bottle lasts me. After the 5oz bottle is empty though, you can get a refillable 8 oz bottle for $15.95. Foaming bottle with 5 oz. of soap is $12.95.

CONTAINS: Purified spring water, aloe vera gel, castile soap, seaweed,
glycerine, witch hazel, vitamin C (ester), and grapefruit seed extract.


Coconut Cleansing Milk did not have an amazing smell. It was very too much coco-nutty. But it makes my face feel really clean, moisturized, and nourished (really, i’m not sure quoting from the brand’s name). I have to use it twice to get off excess oils and lotions and makeup. I feel like it doesn’t mega-clean how I like my soap to, so I like to use it as a morning refresher, instead of at night when I want to get my make up and lotions off. It’s good for when my skin is damaged, as opposed to already healthy and thriving. For example, I’d use it if I had a sunburn, but not if I want a really fresh, squeaky clean face. The price is $15 for 8oz. Is it worth it? I’m borderline yes/no mostly because of the strong smell I dislike, and because it takes quite a bit to clean your face (it doesn’t lather up). Go ahead and try it and see what you like/dislike about it.

CONTAINS: Organic aloe vera gel, coconut milk, vegetable glycerin, kukui nut oil, coconut oil, vegetable emulsifying wax, xanthum gum, coconut flavoring, glucose, and enzyme.