Back To The Basics
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On Thursday, HGTV’s John Gidding gives one neighborhood a much needed spruce up with a triple home makeover! Then, can’t afford to redo your home’s exterior? John’s dishing up DIY tricks to revamp the front of your home for under 50 bucks! Plus, not one, but two dishes you can bring to any neighborhood potluck!
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Do you know what the secret ingredient is in this Liquid Lunch Protein Shake? Believe it or not, it's white kidney bean extract. It helps prevent the breakdown of carbohydrates so they won't be stored as fat. Take a look at the full recipe: http://droz.me/yDHNco
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Natural Home Products
At Back to the Basics we provide you with true products that are 100% all natural. We do NOT make craft soaps! Our products are made from scratch using formulas that have been used for hundreds of years.
Castile Soap is our first and main product. The formula we use to make this consists of three 100% all natural ingredients 100% Pure Olive Oil, Water, and Sodium Hydroxide. Please don’t be afraid of the Sodium Hydroxide it’s 100% natural and it is neutralized during the soap making process, then cured for 3 to 4 weeks. Castile Soap is known for it’s purity and mildness, without any synthetic chemicals or artificial ingredients. Making it suitable for even your babies skin. And because we don’t use any animal byproducts it’s also vegan friendly. To quote a Burt's Bees study, remember that 70% of what you put on your skin ends up in your blood stream." http://www.facebook.com/pages/Natural-Liquid-Castile-Soap/185692691478375?v=info. Castile soap is used for many skin problems such as acne, sensitive skin and wound care. The Journal of Orthopedic Trauma (1999) compared the effectiveness of various wound irrigations: castile soap, benzalkonium chloride (a non alcohol ammonium based hand sanitizer and bacitracin). The rate of positive wound cultures due to Pseudomonas aeruginosa (resistant to many antibiotics and sometimes fatal) was more effectively reduced by irrigation with castile soap alone when compared with the other two solutions. http://journals.lww.com/jorthotrauma/Abstract/1999/06000/Comparison_of_Castile_Soap,_Benzalkonium_Chloride,.2.aspx.