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text 2020-06-03 05:13
Safe Ingredients You Can Use In Your Home Cleaning Routine


Green cleaning is not a myth. There are plenty of eco-friendly household ingredients that you can use alone or in combination for an even better outcome. Truth be told, in many cases, you would do perfectly fine with a combination of water, baking soda, soap and vinegar. You only need to consider how to best utilise them. In this guide, we will cover a few of the most popular household ingredients that you can clean with. 


  • Baking soda – baking soda is one of those ingredients that people have trusted for centuries, and it is for a good reason. Baking soda is one of the things you always have and it is a versatile tool for many household cleaning tasks. Not only does it clean well, but also softens water and deodorises. Use it to address grout stains the bathroom, or burnt-on deposits in the oven. Mix with your favourite essential oil and you get a super solution for the carpet. Simply spread all over the place, let it sit for 15 minutes and then vacuum. You will be quite happy with the end result. 


  • Alcohol – apart from its usual use, alcohol is a great disinfectant. For instance, vodka makes for a great odour remover, while other forms of ethanol you can safely utilise in various cleaners and disinfectants. 


  • Lemon juice – lemon juice is among the strongest food acids. You should definitely take advantage of its properties and use it to sanitise surfaces around your home. Not only does it effectively remove bacteria, but also leaves a pleasant citrus scent, which everyone loves. 


  • White vinegar – many believe this is the champion among household cleaning solutions. It can cut grease with ease and also remove mildew, mould and stains. It is also quite effective at removing musty stains from your washing machine and dishwasher. Pour a cup of it and run a short cycle. 


  • Vegetable/olive oil – you will really want to use this solution for homemade wood polishes. If you have wooden furniture in your home, don’t hesitate to try out a wood polish with one of these oils. 


  • Hydrogen peroxide – this wounds disinfectant is actually also a nice cleaning solution if you know how to use it. It is a good product for your kitchen and bathroom with its light bleach effect. Thanks to its properties, you can remove some of the stubborn stains that grout develops, and also on some of the fabrics as well. Just remember to handle it with care. 
  • Cornstarch – you can use cornstarch to do some window cleaning, as well as polish furniture. You can also include it in the process of shampooing rugs and carpets, in order to get a wonderful result. 


  • Citrus solvent – in order to restore a paintbrush, you can use citrus solvent. You have to be careful though. The citrus solvent may cause some eye, skin and lung irritations, especially if you have some chemical sensitivities. 


  • Oxygen bleach – this kind of bleach is made from sodium carbonate or peroxide, making it ideal for whitening fabrics and removing stains. Just make sure you check out the ingredients, as many brands contain additional benign chemicals. 


  • Soap – soap that is unscented or is in liquid form, is usually biodegradable and cleans most things. If you want an excellent example of a cleaning ingredient, castile soap is the one to go for. 


As you can see, there are plenty of household ingredients you can use in your cleaning efforts. It is up to you to make the most of them in your cleaning routine. Learn more from this lifestyle blog.


© Lifestyle Tips by Antoaneta


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text 2020-02-29 07:28
Super Easy 5 Watermelon DIY Hacks for your Skin

When summers start and there is an abundance of juicy sweet Watermelons in the market. We explained in our earlier blog the skin benefits of eating watermelon. Today, top female lifestyle blogger have shared super easy DIY watermelon packs that can cure so many skin disorders like Acne, Dryness, Wrinkles and of course Sunburn.


1. Acne Mask




½ cup Watermelon juice


The pulp of 1 Banana


How to:


Mix the two of these things together in the glass bowl, to form a smooth paster. Apply it on the acne-ridden on the face. Leave it for 15 minutes and then wash it off with cold water. Repeat this procedure once a day for a week. This helps to reduce skin inflammation and keeps the skin healthy.


2. Dryness Mask




½ cup Watermelon juice


2 tsp honey or yogurt


How to:


Watermelon juice is an excellent way to dehydrate your skin. Belinda a famous writer of a healthy lifestyle blog believes watermelon is truly for dry skin problems. To make a face cream use watermelon juice, add honey or yogurt to it in small quantity and apply it on the face and neck. Leave it on for 20 minutes and wash it off with water.


3. Rashes Mask




Watermelon pieces


How to:


Crush the watermelon with blender and apply directly on rashes/blisters every night or

after spending too much time in the sun. Crushed watermelon is a topical treatment for wounds, cracked lips, and skin rashes. Even on children’s, you can apply it.

4. Anti-aging Mask




½ cup Watermelon juice


1 tsp Butter


How to:


Mix watermelon juice with butter and whisk it until it gets smooth. Apply this mask to prevent signs of sagging skin. The carotene present in the watermelon helps to prevent fine lines and wrinkles especially in women’s.


5. Sunburn Mask




½ cup Watermelon Pulp


½ cup Cucumber Pulp


How to:


Prepare a face pack by mixing two of these ingredients in equal quantity. Apply the pack to your face with a brush. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes and then rinse your face. This will help you to heal the sunburns but also brighten your complexion.


Visit Younglikeb.com to read more women’s lifestyle blogs that is written by a top female blogger of the USA. Belinda is a writer of this blog who started this blog over 10 years back with an aim to share her ideas with you through images and words. It’s just a 5-minute escape from your busy life into the world of Fashion, Beauty, Travel, and Food.

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5 At Home Full Body Exercises by Health Blogger

This week we have a San Diego Lifestyle bloggers bringing you some easy full-body exercises that you can do at home. If you’re one of those who doesn’t like going to the gym or Zumba or if you work from home. Let’s see what a trainer has to say.


To keep your body fit and active all day long it is important to exercise daily. This not only helps you keep your excess fat cut off but complements your daily chores and make you feel more energetic in your routine.


Exercise 1- Squats


Focus on keeping your chest up, back engaged while keeping it straight and pushing heaps down and back, making sure knee isn’t bending and crossing your toes.


Beginners can start with 15-20 counts for 2 sets. Squats are beneficial for the lower body- legs and butt, core.


Exercise 2- Shoulder Taps


The body should be parallel to the floor, arms in line with your shoulder, keeping core engaged back fully straight.


Exercise 3- Modified Push-Up


Knee on the floor, arms in line with both shoulders, back straight and chest up, pushing down yourself towards the floor using the support of your arms, shoulder, and chest. Elbow should point towards your knee and not sideways. Inhale while going down and exhale while coming up.


To get more information on pushups must follow the top lifestyle food blog.


Exercise 4- Jumping Jacks


Keep your body posture upright, hands by your side, jump while taking legs wider than butts width and arms flapping up to shoulder level.


Exercise 5- Ab Curl


Lye down on the mate, keep knee bent, arms straight above the head, lift up your shoulder neck head and arms reaching up and slowing moving down again. Inhale while coming up, exhale while going down. Do not move or twist your neck- keep it neutral and do not shrug your shoulder while doing the ab curl.


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