If you don’t know what tea tree oil is, or are an extra-terrestrial new to this planet, let me briefly explain: Tea tree oil is an essential oil that can replace certain skin care products (like you might find at ULTA), cleaning and home products of all kinds, and even some over-the-counter medications. Tea tree oil’s stock is on the rise — in fact, at this rate, it’s safe to say that tea tree oil is the new kale. (But don’t eat it or use it for cooking: It’s an essential
Just this past weekend I spent $70 on beauty supplies. Just six basic supplies. At a drugstore.
It’s not easy (or cheap) staying beautiful.
This surprisingly expensive outing got me thinking — are there things I could be using around my own home to curb the costs of spending so much on beauty supplies? I did a little digging and, as it turns out … there are.
An Acne-Clearing Face Mask
My face is a big toughie for me. It’s both dry and oily, prone to breakouts and often in need of a little
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This week we cover the debt ceiling debate (because it won’t go away), the NFL lockout, relieving stress, financial challenges faced by women, better food labels, dubious product labels, and a dog that doesn’t do a very good dog paddle. Salon: How to make a bad economy even worse – I gotta get partisan here, and that might be okay because the majority of the country wants to raise revenue (i.e. taxes). The debt ceiling debate is continually