Charlie Craggs shares simple at-home remedies for brittle nails, dry hands, fungus, and more.
While the summer sun may feel good on your buns, all that salt water and wind can be drying for your skin! Care for yours with this easy body scrub and butter.
Tzatziki on your face, huh? We live in a world where it’s been made clear there are no rules and I intended to live as such. And that’s great because tzatziki is my favorite dip that goes with pretty much everything savory. When I die bury me inside a dill leaf store!
I’ve been spending some time collecting up my favorite looks on how to embrace my beautiful lil eyelids for all of you. Hopefully this will be helpful for all my hooded/monolid sisters out there.
Hey boi, here’s an array of homemade products and some very necessary queer/hippie extras that keep me feeling so fresh and so clean clean. Let’s be fresh together forever. Xo.
Put one or two in your bath and watch them fizz away. As you’re steeping, take some time to reflect on your life and feel good about all the decisions you’ve made that have gotten you to this point.
Making your own soap takes doesn’t take anything more than the stuff you’ve got in your cupboards and a little bit of daring.
Looking for a DEET-free way to keep mosquitos away? Mix up an anti-bug soap or lotion bar.
Whip up some homemade lotion that’ll keep your body soft all summer.
This stuff holds your hair in place without giving it that oh so popular glue-in-your-hair look that so many gels offer.
Smell nice and damn the man all at the same time! Make your own deodorant.
Eat your heart out, Etsy.
It’s been six latherless months, but I still smell great.
Throw out all your fancy face washes and special lotions; all you need is a little bit of oil.
This caramel’s for your legs, not your mouth.
As it turns out, you really can have a lifetime supply of chapstick.
You’re just 5 minutes and a bit of kitchen chemistry away from smooth skin.