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Homemade recipes!

By ABConservation - Updated on 15/03/2021

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Soaps, soaps, lot of pretty soaps!

For many years, the DIY (Do It Yourself) has been on the rise. Indeed, in addition to provide the satisfaction of doing things on your own, it allows you to control the ingredients used, whether it is about what you eat or what you put on your skin. Yes, cooking is not the only product you can make at home, but also a bunch of other articles like soap, toothpaste, moisturizer and household products. Are you ready ? Let's go !

The DIY is a good way to control what ever you are buying.

For practical and economic reasons, large industrial groups have not hesitated over the past decades to sprinkle our everyday products with numerous additives. Although sometimes these molecules are not toxic to our health or to the environment, the list of controversial products is getting longer every day. It is often difficult to select the good one or spend hours in the store to read the compositions of any of the things you are buying. Although there are more and more brands that adopt reliable ethical specifications, the most effective way is still to make your own products. The Internet is full of recipes of all kinds, and today we offer you our small selection:

1/ Make your own Tspread without palm oil ( Click here - recipe from Foodcook)

2/ Tell goodbye to plastic bottles by making our own soap!O(Click here - Recipe from Tweak and Tinker)

3/ Prepare Ua lipbalm (Click here - Recipe from One Little Project)

4/ Goodbye toxicsS - Welcome natural shampoo! (Click here - Recipe from Tweak and Tinker)

We hope we have succeeded in convincing you that the DIY worth it with those very simple recipes! Don't hesitate to share your achievements on the social medias by tagging us @abconservation!



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