Cleaning your home naturally, toxic free and without any waste at all it totally possible. In facts it's easy, better for you and far far better for the environment. I am going to share with you 6 super easy, natural, DIY cleaning recipes that you can use around your home. These recipes are created from only 5 ingredients and you can access all of these ingredients all waste free and affordably through our online store. You will not only save money by making these products but they are so much better for your health and the environment.
These are a great protein filled quick snack which have a different wee twist on the standard chocolate flavoured bliss ball. You can make up a batch and pop them in the fridge for a easy, delicious snack. They are great for kids as don't contain any cacao like a lot of regular bliss balls.
This laundry powder recipe is so ridiculously simple and so much more affordable than buying or refilling your laundry powder every few weeks. Plus means you can cut down on more packaging and waste in your house even further.
The ingredients are 100% safe and natural with no dodgy ingredients that you aren't sure what they are exactly. I use this on all of our clothes and also on our reusable nappies and find it it works really effectively, washing everything thoroughly and depending on what oils you add to it, it can add a nice natural fragrance to your washing too.
This our own tried and true recipe for the natural, zero waste tooth powder which we have been using for over a year now. This recipe is a natural blend of 3 ingredients which are easy to access waste free.
The baking soda in this recipe provide the anti-bacterial properties as well as helping to clean tartar off your teeth. The peppermint essential oil is said to have energising properties and it has also been said to help to eliminate harmful baceteria. The stevia in this recipe acts as a sweetener. It is important when choosing the stevia to use in this recipe that you 100% all natural stevia powder - which is derived from the plant. Typically the more natural forms will be green as they are less processed and 100% plant derived.
Kate Callaghan The Holistic Nutritionist shared this delicious, easy, waste free seed slice at our Sustainability Evening recently and it went down a treat so we thought we should share it with you all. It is so so simple to make, affordable, refined sugar free and you can get all of the ingredients with no excess plastics and packaging through our online store. It is a great recipe to replace muesli bars that you may buy at the supermarket in unnecessary single-use plastics and this recipe will be far healthier without unknown additives and ingredients.