Deliciously Simple DIY Peppermint Body Butter

by Chrystal Johnson December 19, 2014

Do you have dry skin? I have dry skin. During the winter, I am constantly applying moisturizers to my skin. I go through so much, so fast! I am very particular about the ingredients that can be found in my skincare products, so the lotions and body butters I like to use can get kind […]

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Create Simply Elegant Hair Styles with Conair Curl Secret and Pro 3Q Hair Dryer

by Chrystal Johnson November 17, 2014

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. (#CollectiveBias) and its advertiser, Conair, for the #HeartMyHair Campaign. All opinions are mine alone. More often than not, I don’t have time to style my hair. I have always gone for the simpler side with my hair. I have never dyed it nor have I had […]

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Dress Your Daughter in a Unique Handmade Dress for the Holidays

by Chrystal Johnson November 3, 2014

My two daughters are very different in how they like dress. Zoë is very much more casual in her style like I am. Kaylee, on the other hand, is a girly girl through and through. She wears a dress nearly every single day. She love sparkles and ribbon and lace and bows. The fancier the […]

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Michael Todd Avocado and Mango Hydrating Face Mask Giveaway

by Chrystal Johnson October 10, 2014

I have always had dry skin, but after we moved to the mountains my skin became even drier. It takes a lot of water and moisturizers to keep my body and skin hydrated. One thing I like to do when I remember is to apply hydrating face masks to help keep the moisture balance in […]

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How Would You Frame Your Fall Look?

by Chrystal Johnson September 19, 2014

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf VSP Direct. Sweater and jeans weather is on it’s way, and I have to admit – I’m pretty excited about it. As much as I love shorts, tank tops and flips, it’s always so nice to pull my sweaters out of the back of the […]

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Spread the Green Word with Be Green T {on Kickstarter}

by Chrystal Johnson September 15, 2014

Amber Sorrells, mommy blogger of Easy Green Mom, turns to crowd funding source, Kickstarter, for her new Eco-friendly company, Be Green T, an organic and green t-shirt that sends a message. “Lets spread the Green message via T-shirt!” BeGreen T shirts are made with high quality and Eco-friendly materials.  Even the hangs tags and shipping supplies […]

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How to Choose a Truly Natural Skincare Brand

by Chrystal Johnson September 11, 2014

I grew up using toxin-filled skincare products. It was the age of Bath & Body Works – everyone I knew had a stockpile of their lotions and body washes. None of us knew to turn those bottles over and check the ingredients. Looking back, I really wish I had known better. I don’t have a […]

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18 Uses for Pure Shea Butter

by Chrystal Johnson August 20, 2014

As I have learned more about natural living and delved into making more of my own personal care products, I am learning more about the different ingredients that go into natural skincare products. One of those ingredients is Shea Butter. Shea butter is derived from the Shea tree, also called the Karite tree. Karite means […]

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Perfect Your Skin: 5 Tips to Love the Skin You’re In

by Chrystal Johnson July 25, 2014

Sponsored Article Taking care of your skin is important if you want to look your best. Following basic skin care principles can also do more for you than just improving your looks since good skin care practices will help keep wintertime dryness and summertime oily skin at bay as well. However, knowing how to properly […]

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Natural Detox Bath Featuring Essential Oils

by Chrystal Johnson July 21, 2014

As much as summertime is full of fresh fruits and vegetables, there are also plenty of opportunities to slip up on our real food lifestyle. We try to live by the 80/20 rule and not stress too much about making unhealthy decisions when we’re out, but that doesn’t mean we’re not left feeling a need […]

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