A quick note about zero-waste body care recipes 

Since its release earlier this year, I've received numerous emails asking where you all can find the all-natural recipes I mention in the book.

 

The truth is, many of them were found on Pinterest and then subsequently modified based on the materials I had at home. However, after following Marie Rayma at www.humblebeeandme.com for quite some time, I've come to realize that some of the recipes you'll find posted by well meaning people could actually not be so great for you (too high concentration of essential oils, using harsh ingredients which could negatively affect the pH of your skin over a period of time, etc.) 

 

I strongly advise you do your own research or follow someone who knows what they're doing when it comes to body care recipes. Probably not the answer you were looking for, but I believe being informed is better and safer than following blindly. It's also just a heck of a lot more fun!

Check out the list of bloggers below for some insight.

Some awesome people/groups on the internet

Here's a little list of people/groups who inspire me a great deal. I've either loved their recipes, been inspired by their social work, or marathoned their videos because I just can't get enough.

(Mostly zero-waste stuff, but also some stuff on minimalism and eco-design)

https://www.humblebeeandme.com

https://zerowastehome.com/blog/

https://faircompanies.com/kirsten-dirksen/

http://trashisfortossers.com/

https://www.goingzerowaste.com/blog/

https://wastelandrebel.com/

https://zerowastechef.com/

https://www.dezeen.com Zero-Waste Tech

https://www.litterless.com/

https://treadingmyownpath.com/

https://adreamlivedgreener.wordpress.com/ 

https://www.lauraki.ca/ (en français, ici à Montréal!)

https://zerowastecanada.ca/

https://www.zerowastewisdom.com/

https://www.kickstarter.com

Would you like to be added to this list? Contact me!