You guys, I normally don’t write stuff like this, but I know this is the type of community that uses their services and I want to protect my readers.
What can you do to help the bees besides beekeeping? Plant organic plants that bees love!
IDEA: Can we create a society in which ageism is not a thing?
Alright, friends. So as positive as I seemed the first time I wrote about natural hair care, I did not believe in it. Since I have thin, easily knotting, (what I thought was) greasy hair, I thought that there was no chance for me. After about six months of trying different things and avoiding parabens/sulfates, I am here to tell you that all the hype surrounding natural hair care is true. This is real life, folks, and this is the future. What I didn’t realize starting out was that there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” recipe for natural hair care. It really depends on your hair type.
It took me a long time to switch over to organic soap. I just didn’t understand why I should switch. I realized that organic soap is really not that expensive and I switched over because I knew it would be healthier for my body. I did not know, however, that the soaps I had been using were full of toxic ingredients.