I have made my dream come true: to live a simple life in phase with nature.
Being a small-scale everyday ecologist implies critically examining every single product I use:
1. Is it really necessary?
2. Can I get an organic version?
3. Can I do it myself…?
It started many years ago with bread. I didn’t find the bread I wanted and starting working with sour dough. By now I’ve even got a customer, buying half a loaf every time I bake!
Today, I do many other things myself: my own peanut butter, lip cream and deodorant.
The deodorants you find in the market either contain aluminium (a clear no go!) or are useless, and as always you also buy a lot of packaging material. So I searched the net and found a super simple recipe with only coconut oil and eucalyptus essential oil. The EucaDeo has been tested by family and friends, and it makes me SO happy to spread such a simple and cheap way of staying fresh – and saving money!
Do you have the time to look into your life and see what products you can stop using, get an organic version or, even better, do yourself?
PS: And here’s the recipe for the EucaDeo:
Melt 12 g coconut oil in a water bath. Add 7 drops of eucaluptus essential oil. Fill into a small glass jar, and let it cool off (harden). Rub a tiny amount into your armpit.
Credits to: Ett Annat Sätt Att Leva