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  • #16
    I use Giovanni Tea tree Treat for shampoo maybe 2ce a week, the conditioner version once a week, and water the rest of the time.
    My toothpaste I still use Sensodyne, just 'cause I have cold sensitive teeth that haven't gotten better yet..
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    • #17
      I brush with Tom's of Maine, whiten occassionally with a bit of baking soda & peroxide, use jojoba oil or coconut oil for moisturizer/lotion, & use Method's baby bubble bath for shampoo. The latter was actually purchased by mistake, but turned out to be exactly what my hair needed.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by naiadknight View Post
        I use Giovanni Tea tree Treat for shampoo maybe 2ce a week, the conditioner version once a week, and water the rest of the time. ..

        thats what i use,....couldnt remember the name. Giovanni... love it!
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        • #19
          Originally posted by cillakat View Post
          When money is better: save it. Save save save. Budget. Go all Dave Ramsey;p


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          • #20
            Originally posted by cillakat View Post
            When money is better: save it. Save save save. Budget. Go all Dave Ramsey;p

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            • #21
              Originally posted by BugMan View Post
              This Sunday I will finish leading my 4th Class. Being debt free is very Primal. lol
              You are so right!



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              • #22
                The only debt I have is student loans, the house, and my car. And I'm paying extra on all of those every month.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by AuH2Ogirl View Post
                  Uncle Harry's tooth powder
                  That sounds interesting, I don't remember seeing it at the Raley's though. I did pick up some Nature's Gate Creme de Anise toothpaste and a bar of All-One Hemp Lavender Pure-Castile soap from Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps (the hemp sold me.)

                  Anyway, thanks everyone for all the great ideas.

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                  • #24
                    I was wondering if anyone here uses Eco-Dent tooth powder? That is what me and my fiancee use...at first I just made my own concoction with clay, bakingsoda, peppermint eo, and salt but he didn't like the taste of it and was really stuck on regular toothpaste. I figure that Eco-Dent is a good comprimise...the ingredients look pretty good!
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                    • #25
                      Tooth powder: powdered cinnamon, frankincense, myrrh, and charcoal.

                      Hair: nothing most of the time, but
                      if greasy - baking soda (always follow with vinegar)
                      if dull looking - apple cider vinegar
                      if dry - avacado or coconut oil (just a little)

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                      • #26
                        I recently started to brush my teeth with just water... I can actually hear a soothing squeekiness like sound when I brush them - a clean sound. I never noticed that with store bought toothpaste...

                        Does anyone else just use water? i would use coconut oil with banking soda but its always in the high 70's or 80 upstairs where I would store it so it just melts... would this be ok?
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                        • #27
                          I use JR Liggetts natural bar shampoo, it rocks, doesn't strip the hair or scalp and is reasonably priced at approx. $4. It lasts about the same as a large bottle of shampoo. Give it a try, you won't regret it.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Dosenberry View Post
                            I recently started to brush my teeth with just water... I can actually hear a soothing squeekiness like sound when I brush them - a clean sound. I never noticed that with store bought toothpaste...

                            Does anyone else just use water? i would use coconut oil with banking soda but its always in the high 70's or 80 upstairs where I would store it so it just melts... would this be ok?
                            I brush w/ only water right now but I might experiment with baking soda and see how it goes. Have still been using mouthwash, though I'm gonna swap it for peroxide soon.

                            For the first time in my life I've gone 2 weeks without shampoo/conditioner and all systems are normal, very good even... makes me wonder how much of a waste of money its been and what other 'everyday items' are useless or even harmful.

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                            • #29
                              Toothpaste: a bit of mint-flavored Dr. Bronner soap. (toothpaste or baking soda is too abrasive - read up on "toothbrush abrasion" for more info).

                              Shampoo: baking soda (1 tsp. dissolved in a cup of water), followed by apple cider vinegar (1 tsp. dissolved in a cup of water).

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                              • #30
                                baking soda teeth baking soda hair coconut oil skin SIMPLIFY
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