Thursday, March 6, 2014

DIY Natural Products - From A Kit!

Seems like everyone today is realizing the benefits of simple products that don't have a lot of added ingredients - especially with questionable chemicals. And most people really would like to have CONTROL of what goes into the items they apply to their skin.

So when my friend Stacia told me about the home based business she started recently, Handcrafted Honey Bee, I was super excited and wanted to share about it with all my homesteading friends. Stacia has been making products from her bees for some time, but she's recently branched out to offering kits for the DIY crowd who want to try to their hand at creating custom toiletries such as lip balms, salves, and deodorants. Now how cool is that?



It can certainly be intimidating working with ingredients and herbs that are unfamiliar, but having a kit with all the items ready to go... now that's do-able for almost everyone! And it builds confidence to branch out and try new creations. What a great gift for a friend or family member who has wanted to take the plunge, but hesitated because of lack of time, resources, or knowledge. Wouldn't it be fun to buy two different kits - one for yourself and one for a friend - and have a girls night making your own products to enjoy and share? No more excuses girls! These kits are designed to be EASY, EDUCATIONAL, and FUN!



To get started, all you need to do is pick a item you want to create, make the custom selections related to your product choice (ie: scent, etc.), and check out on line through her store site. Then when your kit arrives you can get started with the included instructions walking you through the steps to make your final product.

Each month, Stacia will be adding a new kit every month, so you'll want to check her site often or connect with her on facebook (HERE). And if you place an offer before March 15th, you will receive a 25% discount - that's certainly worth giving it a try!

I'm starting with the White Gardenia Deodorant Kit? Which one will you try first?







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