Monthly Archives: April 2013


Review: 100% Pure Organic Lavender Seafoam Facial Cleanser

I’ve been looking for a new morning cleanser to add to my Morning Skin Routine and was happy to try something from the 100% Pure line of skincare products. I like the fact that none of their products contain parabens, mineral oil, pertrolatum, sulfates, propylene glycol or behentrimonium sulfate. So I decided to try the Organic Lavender Seafoam Facial Cleanser. Continue reading

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Savvy At NY GreenFest + Contest!

This Earth Day weekend, New York GreenFest will be at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center in New York. This Saturday, I’m going to be on a panel with Yoli Ouiya of Yoli’s Green Living and stylist Eden Di Bianco of Eden’s Hair and Makeup. The topic of the panel is “Green Your Beauty and Your Life” and we’ll each be demonstrating how to make several home and beauty products on your own the green way! In addition, Yoli is running a contest and is giving away 9 tickets to GreenFest! For more info about the panel and the contest check out the links below! Hope to see you there! Continue reading

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Oil Cleansing Method Update

For those of you who have read this blog for awhile, you know I’m a huge fan of the Oil Cleansing Method, (OCM for short), and how it has kept my face rather clear for the past couple of years or so. Since my original OCM post, however, I have tweaked the formula a bit so that it works better for my skin. Here’s what I’ve learned…

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Review: Paper Pellet Cat Litter From Planet PetCo

After finding out how toxic most cat litter is to cats, I have been trying for years, (YEARS, do you hear me?) to find a green cat litter that my cats would actually use. My youngest cat will basically go in any container you put him in, he’s not really picky. But my oldest cat, (he’s 12), liked his Fresh Step and wasn’t leaving it without staging a formal protest. (Meaning, strategically placed poop all over the house). I’ve tried just about every “eco-friendly” litter on the market.

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