DIY Goat Milk Soap Recipes to Revitalize Your Skin

Quick and Easy Do it Yourself Goat Milk Soap Recipes

Milk and honey always worked wonder in different types of recipes, starting from food to soap. When it comes to goat milk and honey soap, it has always remained one of my hot favorites.

Its divine smell and fantastic healing properties make it stand apart from other soaps. Loads of natural moisturizer, healing benefits and antibacterial properties make it even more healthy.

Once you make this, you wouldn’t want to touch a store brought soap or face wash again!

The soap brightens your skin tone, treats and heals acne and comes with anti-aging ingredients. The best part is these soaps come with a sweet fragrance and rejuvenate your skin naturally.

Spend less than 10 minutes to whip up an entire batch of these natural soaps. The preparation time can be a bit more but the “the actual soap making” part takes not more than 10 minutes.

Honey & Goat Milk Soap:

 

Soap Supplies You Need:

  • Goat’s Milk Soap Base
  • Silicone Honeycomb Mold
  • Organic Raw Honey
  • 4-Cup or a similar quantity of Pyrex Glass Measuring Cup
  • Red & Yellow Soap Colorant (Optional, If you want to make it colorful)

This recipe makes about 9 honeycomb soaps or four large 4-ounce soaps with 1 lb of soap base.

Step 1 – Take goat milk soap base and cut small cubes out of it. Now, put them inside a 4-cup Pyrex measuring cup, and microwave for 20-30 seconds.

Step 2 – Keep stirring it and then microwave again for 20-30 seconds. Continue till all the soap melts. You may do this 30 second microwaving three times before the entire 1lb batch is completely melted.

Step 3 – Add 3 tablespoons of honey and a few drops of yellow soap colorant to the melted soap. You can add a dash of red color if you prefer a more golden hue.

Step 4 – Mix it all well and pour it into the silicone honeycomb mold. Let it cool down for about 2-3 hours or even more. Higher room temperature or higher humidity levels can increase the time take  to set the soap.

Step 5 – Once you see that the soaps is firm, gently remove them from the silicon mold.

Lavender Goat Milk Soap recipe:

Soap Supplies You Need:

  • Goats Milk Pour Soap Base & Glycerine Melt – 2 lb block (sufficient for 12 bars)
  • Silicone Mold
  • Lavender Essential Oil
  • Liquid Soap Colors – (combine blue and red color to make soft lavender color)
  • Empty Eye Dropper Bottles having lids – used to mix soap colors
  • Dried Lavender Flowers (optional)
  • Microwave Proof Measuring Cup w/ Spout
  • Spatula
  • Decorative tape, ribbon, burlap, and raffia (for decoration)

Using the above supplies will give you about 12 bars. Since many of the items in the soap making process are reusable, you will save quite some dollars once you start making them regularly.

Step 1 – The soap base will be large but soft and can be easily sliced with a simple kitchen knife. Slice it into small cubes and place them into the microwave safe measuring cup.

Step 2 – Melt the soap cubes in the microwave in 30-sec increments. Stir well in the gaps to make sure the soap gets completely melted. It may take 1 minute and 30 seconds for individual batches of soap cubes to melt 100%. I did the entire process with my pyrex measuring cup. It could only melt half of the soap at once, and I ended up 2 batches of soap cubes out of 2 lbs of the base.

Step 3 – Mix the red and blue colors to make purple color and add it into the pyrex cup.

Step 4 – Add 15-20 drops of lavender essential oil and mix well. Add dried lavender leaves for a better flavour.

Step 5 – Pout the soap mix into the silicone molds and let it stay for about 1-2 hours.

Step 6 – Gently take out the soap from the molds once firm.

Now I used pretty ribbons, burlap and raffia to wrap it up. It looked so pretty and completely giftable!!

Try Out Handmade Goat Milk Soap Today

Whenever you make one, I would love to hear about your experience and see some amazing photos. You can customize your ingredients and give it a your personal touch. So why wait, get on to make your first DIY goat milk soap bar and share with the world.

Say bye bye to skin irritations and acne! Discover goat milk soap to make your skin baby soft, healthy and oh-so-soft to the touch today!

17 Tips to Live Healthy You Can Start Now

Step by Step Guide to Live Healthy

Do you want your best health and be able to maintain it?

I am going to show you simple detox tips that are quick and easy to do.

Let’s get started on the journey to live healthy.

I discovered that ancient medicine systems knew the importance of regular cleansing practices.

Today, we have incidences of high toxicity in body due to environmental pollutants.

With the changing world, we need to adopt simple and effective lifestyle practices.

Once I understood this simple but life-changing principle, I went to put it to work. And guess what?

I found that small diet and lifestyle changes can make a phenomenal difference.

Keeping it simple works.

Here, I am sharing with you the choices you can make for better health.

Pick one from any of the 17 tips to get started today.

Detoxification is a natural process that your body performs every single day. To keep the detox system working at an optimal level, you need to make it a habit.

Detoxification should be a part of your lifestyle and not a one-time activity.

 

Hydrate Well

The easiest thing to do, but we rarely pay attention to it.

Water is one element that is essential to flushing out toxins from the body. So, make sure you have at least 8-10 glasses of pure, filtered water each day.

Coconut water, sparkling water, and infused waters count as well.

But only if they don’t contain added sugars or additives.

Go Organic

Organic is a food product grown without any fertilizers or pesticides. Though it’s expensive, the benefits more than makeup for it.

When you have a choice, pick organically grown produce.

Make sure the product has an organic tag or label.

Your body will thank you for making this healthy choice!

Soak it Up

We are all guilty of this.

How many times did you eat strawberries from their packaging, without washing them?

Well, yes the produce comes in a box.

But good packaging doesn’t mean its contents are clean.

Spend five minutes soaking your fruits and veggies in an apple cider vinegar bath.

It is an easy and quick way to cleanse your veggies and fruits of all surface contaminants.

Fill your sink with water and add 2 tablespoons of Apple cider vinegar in it. Now soak your veggies and fruits for about ten minutes and rinse them off.

Do it once and see the dirty residue filled water that’s left over.

It will help you to make it a regular practice. Do remember to scrub and rinse the produce when you are rinsing it.

Eat Fresh

Eat fresh food to live healthy. This is a quick way of getting rid of chemicals in your food.

Quit the plastic packaging and pick up produce when it’s fresh. Plastic is guilty of having a whole lot of chemicals and BPAs (bisphenol A).

It is synthetic chemicals used in different kinds of food packaging. BPA can be harmful to your health.

You can avoid BPA in water too. Prefer glass bottles or BPA free plastic bottles for storing or carrying it around.

Pick Local Fish

If you like to have fish, pick the local and coastal variety.

Skip the canned tuna or deep sea fish that has added preservatives and salt.

Tuna is also high in mercury that is harmful to your body. If you want to have it, keep a limit of once a fortnight.

Go Traditional

Did you know that nonstick cookware has a chemical coating that covers the food?

Each time you use it, a small non-stick coating wears off and attaches itself to your food.

The same is true for aluminum.

I recently discovered this and switched to using good quality stainless steel cookware. I also prefer cast iron skillet for all the pasta and stir-fried dishes.

Skip Fast foods

Okay, you probably know this one quite well. Anything that comes out of a box or packet should be eaten sparingly.

Conventional restaurant foods such as KFC or McDonald’s should not be on your meal plan for the week.

They have trans-fats, high salt and sugar content that your body doesn’t need at all.

If you want to live healthy, pick healthier options like salads, smoothies, whole wheat breads.

Eco-friendly cleaners

We all use cleaning products in our homes, without knowing their ingredients.

Many cleaning products have dirty chemicals that you can do without. If you have pets or little children at home, rethink on their use.

Those dirty chemicals can be allergic to your loved ones or may even cause infections.

Buy natural cleaning products in bulk.

You can even make them yourself on the weekends or whenever you have a bit of time.

Make them ahead of time and store them in BPA free plastic spray bottles.

Ditch Chemicals

Did you know that your face wash or shampoo can have up to 12 chemicals each?

Personal care products use many petrochemicals that can be harmful to you. They are also used every day.

Make a habit of reading labels when you pick products. Prefer the ones with the lowest number of chemicals.

Pick natural products that don’t have parabens, sulfates, fragrances, and phthalates. Spare your body the agony of the chemical overload.

Increase Movement

Being active is different from exercising. Try to do both every day.

Walking to the supermarket or taking the stairs at work are examples of being active.

Exercising is when you keep aside time to walk, run, jog or workout in the gym.

Pursuing any other intense activity or sports also counts as exercise.

Make sure the exercise lasts at least 30 minutes a day.

It is a great factor in flushing out toxins from the body. Another positive result is your enhanced metabolic rate that keeps your body healthy.

Heal Your Gut

Want to live healthy?

Then eat your way to a healthy gut.

Pick up at least one digestion-friendly food.

Choose from fruit-flavored yogurt, kefir, miso soup, tempeh, kim chi or kombucha tea.

You can also pick fiber infused foods.

Oats, apples, whole grain breakfast cereals, broccoli, sweetcorn, beans, pulses, nuts, and seeds.

Brush it Off

Toxins also accumulate in our tongue.

Each time you eat, a whole lot of food sticks to your tongue.

When you wash your mouth, these food specks and remains won’t go away.

Try softly brushing or scraping your tongue to scrub these food remains away.

Boost Breathing

Everyone breathes, but how many of us know the right way to breathe?

Lungs are one of the most important tools in eliminating toxins from the body.

When you learn to breathe well, the process of flushing out toxins happens every day.

Detoxifying Foods

Include onions, garlic, and cruciferous vegetables in your diet.

So, you can have collards, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, and broccoli.

These food items have good sulfur content that helps the body to perform detoxification naturally.

Say bye to White Foods

White foods include white bread and sugar.

Croissants, buns, cake, waffles and everything made from white flour is empty calories. It doesn’t help you be healthy and just adds to the weight.

Try to make healthier choices by picking whole wheat or whole grains.

Keep cakes for occasions where you can have them without guilt!

Clean Up

Cleaning up is essential to live healthy.

Empty your bowel once a day.

It is vital to give your body an exit route for all the toxins. Make sure that you do your daily ablutions at the same time each day.

Any bowel irregularities should be taken seriously. Report it to your doctor if you feel anything is amiss.

Meditate

Relaxing your mind is also detoxification. Relieving your mind from all the stress is vital. To detoxify completely, both the body and mind should be completely at ease.

Mind is one of the most neglected parts of our body. Practicing meditation can be a great boost to help relieve stress.

I have listed 17 steps here that you can take to help your body to detoxify. Pick the ones you find easy to do. Or maybe the one that catches your fancy!

You will notice that your body pays attention and will start getting back on track. Doing these simple yet powerful acts will bring about positive changes soon.

When you find yourself sluggish and full of toxins, don’t despair.

You can adopt these quick but effective lifestyle changes to get yourself back on track.

Drinking more water, having more veggies and junking salt and sugar can go a long way in keeping you healthy.

Get ahead on the path to flush out toxins from the body. Let yourself evolve to a better and healthier self. Getting started is key.

Avoid processed foods and try to exercise daily to stay active.

Say “YES” to a healthier and toxin-free you!!

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score

Congratulations on completing the Quiz!!

By spending 5 minutes, you have taken a huge step in understanding the air you breathe.

Now you have a Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!!

Let’s find out more about it.

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!

…And What it Means…

 

Your Score is between 76-100 and comes in the ‘Hazardous’ Category.

Here Hazardousrefers to a home with impure air.

Air that has high amounts of dust, particulate matter, mold and pet dander if a pet is present in the home.

Frequent usage of chemical-laden air fresheners, toxic household cleaners, heavy outdoor pollution also lead to heavy chemicals present in the indoor air. Once these chemicals and their particles enter the house, they tend to stay airborne even hours after the chemical usage.

Hazardous’ air severely affects both healthy and vulnerable populations.

Heavily polluted indoor air becomes a health risk if it persists over long periods of time.

People with normal health and sensitive populations such as small children, seniors and  expecting women all are adversely affected.

You are probably wondering what you can do.

Right?

You know, every cloud has a silver lining.

Let me tell you one crucial thing about indoor air quality.

Indoor Air Quality is dynamic.

It changes every minute.

Both indoor and outdoor activities contribute to indoor air quality.

If you have mold and mildew at home or live in a heavily polluted city, both activities have an impact on your indoor air.

Outdoor air is something that you can’t really control.

Indoor air is entirely different.

In your home, you control everything.

Here you decide how to improve air quality by getting indoor plants, installing an air purifier, or using DIY home cleaners in place of toxic chemicals.

With simple but powerful steps, you can make your air pure.

Here are our recommendations for improving your indoor air quality.

Fast & Effective Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Smart Ventilation

Practise smart ventilation – Open windows selectively throughout the day. Keep it open when the weather is bright, sunny, and shut when it’s too cold, windy or snowy.

Air Purifier

Get a whole house air purifier. It helps clean the air by trapping larger particles, dust, pet dander, and smoke. It is very effective when outdoor pollution levels or you feel the air in your home is stale.

Read here to know how an air purifier can be a powerful ally in your fight against indoor air pollution- 8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits that You Need to Know.

Indoor Plants

Want a 100% natural way to purify your indoor air? Get indoor plants. They keep your air clean, add tons of oxygen to your home and help relieve your stress too!

Are you still looking for reasons? Learn more here – Top 8 Reasons to get low maintenance indoor plants.

Essential Oils

If you prefer natural solutions to get pure air, essential oils are surely on the list! They are easy to use, 100% natural and can replace most the toxic chemicals you use around the house.

Surprised? Don’t be as we are sharing our best ways of using essential oils for air purification in this power-packed guide – Top 10 Essential Oils to Purify Air

 

Bust Unwanted Mold and Mildew

Troubled by the pesky mold in and around your home? Molds are biological pollutants that grow in your home, in washrooms or kitchens.

Moisture is their best friend, as it helps them thrive. But, its time to remind them – who’s the boss!! That’s why we curated our tried and tested ways to beat mold – Mold Buster Cheat sheet – 27 Ways to Get Them Out of Your Home.

Indoor Air Quality App

Use advanced technology to keep you updated. Air Visual is one of the top FREE apps that let you explore air quality in any city around the world. New York, New Delhi or Shanghai, you can find every major there.

Are you wondering how it can help you? Check out the Air Visual App that shows you the level of outdoor air pollution in your city. Their monitor helps you track indoor air quality and shows helpful recommendations on how to stay protected from impure air.

Pet Dander

We all adore our furry friends, don’t we? Loving them also means dealing with their regular shedding of hair and having dirty paws all over the home. Sigh!

Teaching your friend to shed hairs in a specific place can go a long way in keeping your air clean. Here are easy ways to keep your furry friend well-behaved! Learn How to Choose the Best Air Purifier for Pet Dander.

Car Air Purifier

Do you travel often? Being outdoors can increase your exposure to outdoor air pollution.

Car air purifiers are the newest innovation that promise to keep your car’s internal air clean of fumes, dust and toxic gases. Know more about it here – Do You Need a Car Air Purifier.

Air Quality Monitor

Measure it to fight it. How will you banish pollutants from your home, if you don’t know what they are?

Get an effective air quality monitor to measure which pollutant is ruling the roost in your home.

Dust mites, mold, nitrogen oxide, carbon dioxide or other allergens could be at play.

Find them and then slay them.

Slay Second-hand Smoke

Smoke from tobacco products such as Cigar, Cigarette and others are one of the biggest contributors in making air impure in a home. Second-hand smoke is the amount of smoke inhaled by non-smokers.

You are affected by it, even if you don’t smoke.

The moment you come in contact with a smoker, you are affected.

Wondering why you need to do it?

Why spend so much time on cleaning the air you breathe in your home?

Is it so important?

Actually, breathing is such a simple and unassuming act that we don’t even think about it.

We just do it.

Did you know that an adult takes in more than 11,000 liters of air in a day?

That’s breathing 2900 gallons of air in just 24 hours!!

Compare that to the amount of water you drink in a day.

How much filtered water do you drink?

Let’s say about 2-3 liters a day for an average adult.

Now let’s compare an average adult’s water and air intake for a single day.

11,000 Litres of AIR Versus 3 Litres of WATER

Surprised?

So was I.

The amount of air we breathe in a day is huge.

It is time to take charge and make it as pure as the water we drink.

And it’s never too late to start.

Did you Know?

Environmental Protection Agency (US) – EPA has listed Indoor Air Pollution as one of the top five environmental dangers.

World Health Organization (WHO) – has stated that more than 90% of the world’s population resides in polluted cities. Polluted cities lead to dirty homes too.

In 2019, people are spending more than 90% of their daily time indoors, where the concentrations of indoor pollutants are higher than outdoors.

Why You Need to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality:

Enhance Your Wellbeing

Stay safe and protected from the harmful effects of indoor air pollution. Our indoor air can be 3-5x more contaminated with pollutants than outdoor air. The good news is you can control your indoor air and keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

Reduce Risk for Allergies, Asthma & Other Disorders

Air pollution is mostly invisible. It slowly creeps in and makes you more vulnerable by lowering your body’s defense mechanisms. Breathing impure air makes you a prime candidate for catching asthma, allergies, and other respiratory disorders. Stay informed to stay safe.

Stay Productive

 

You want to stay smart and productive. Right?

Well, who doesn’t?

Indoor air pollution can be disruptive for your health.

It can impair your decision making, decrease your cognitive abilities, and lead to frequent wheezing and headaches that don’t go away.

When you make your indoor air fresh and clean, you keep these toxic symptoms at bay.

 

 

Actionable Guides to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Improving air quality in your home is easier than you think.

To do that, you need to know more about the air you breathe.

Understand your home better, and keep it clean.

Here are a few simple and actionable articles to help you make your air clean.

Herbs & Plants

Top 10 Essential Oils To Purify Air

Top 10 Best Indoor Plants For Clean Air

8 Reasons To Get Low Maintenance Indoor Plants

 

Self Care

17 Ways to Flush Out Toxins in Body

5 Powerful Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

12 Simple Mold Inspection Tips To Stay Mold-Free

 

Technology

8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits That You Need To Know

Top 9 Things To Know Before You Get A Whole House Air Purifier

How to Select The Best Air Purifier For Pet Dander

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score

Congratulations on completing the Quiz!!

By spending 5 minutes, you have taken a huge step in understanding the air you breathe.

Now you have a Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!!

Let’s find out more about it.

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!

…And What it Means…

 

Your Score is between 51-75 and comes in the ‘Unhealthy’ Category.

Here ‘Unhealthy’ refers to a home with impure air.

Air that has moderate amounts of dust, particulate matter, mold and pet dander if a pet is present in the home.

Regular usage of chemical-laden air fresheners, toxic household cleaners also lead to heavy chemicals present in the air. These chemicals and their particles stay airborne even hours after the chemical usage.

Unhealthy’ air affects both healthy and vulnerable populations.

Impure air becomes a health risk if it persists over long periods of time.

People of normal health, immunity and equally affected as are infants, expecting women and seniors.

Have a loved one who is asthmatic or allergic to anything?

Unhealthy air can be harmful for them as it worsens their symptoms.

You are probably wondering what you can do.

Right?

You know, every cloud has a silver lining.

Let me tell you one crucial thing about indoor air quality.

Indoor Air Quality is dynamic.

It changes every minute.

Both indoor and outdoor activities contribute to indoor air quality.

If you have pet dander all over the living room and a chemical factory within 3 miles radius, both activities have an impact on your indoor air.

Outdoor air is something that you can’t really control.

Indoor air is entirely different.

In your home, you control everything.

Here you decide how to improve air quality by getting indoor plants, installing an air purifier, or using DIY home cleaners in place of toxic chemicals.

With simple but powerful steps, you can make your air pure.

Here are our recommendations for improving your indoor air quality.

Fast & Effective Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Smart Ventilation

Practise smart ventilation – Open windows selectively throughout the day. Keep it open when the weather is bright, sunny, and shut when it’s too cold, windy or snowy.

Air Purifier

Get a whole house air purifier. It helps clean the air by trapping larger particles, dust, pet dander, and smoke. It is very effective when outdoor pollution levels or you feel the air in your home is stale.

Read here to know how an air purifier can be a powerful ally in your fight against indoor air pollution- 8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits that You Need to Know.

Indoor Plants

Want a 100% natural way to purify your indoor air? Get indoor plants. They keep your air clean, add tons of oxygen to your home and help relieve your stress too!

Are you still looking for reasons? Learn more here – Top 8 Reasons to get low maintenance indoor plants.

Essential Oils

If you prefer natural solutions to get pure air, essential oils are surely on the list! They are easy to use, 100% natural and can replace most the toxic chemicals you use around the house.

Surprised? Don’t be as we are sharing our best ways of using essential oils for air purification in this power-packed guide – Top 10 Essential Oils to Purify Air

 

Bust Unwanted Mold and Mildew

Troubled by the pesky mold in and around your home? Molds are biological pollutants that grow in your home, in washrooms or kitchens.

Moisture is their best friend, as it helps them thrive. But, its time to remind them – who’s the boss!! That’s why we curated our tried and tested ways to beat mold – Mold Buster Cheat sheet – 27 Ways to Get Them Out of Your Home.

Indoor Air Quality App

Use advanced technology to keep you updated. Air Visual is one of the top FREE apps that let you explore air quality in any city around the world. New York, New Delhi or Shanghai, you can find every major there.

Are you wondering how it can help you? Check out the Air Visual App that shows you the level of outdoor air pollution in your city. Their monitor helps you track indoor air quality and shows helpful recommendations on how to stay protected from impure air.

Pet Dander

We all adore our furry friends, don’t we? Loving them also means dealing with their regular shedding of hair and having dirty paws all over the home. Sigh!

Teaching your friend to shed hairs in a specific place can go a long way in keeping your air clean. Here are easy ways to keep your furry friend well-behaved! Learn How to Choose the Best Air Purifier for Pet Dander.

Car Air Purifier

Do you travel often? Being outdoors can increase your exposure to outdoor air pollution.

Car air purifiers are the newest innovation that promise to keep your car’s internal air clean of fumes, dust and toxic gases. Know more about it here – Do You Need a Car Air Purifier.

Wondering why you need to do it?

Why spend so much time on cleaning the air you breathe in your home?

Is it so important?

Actually, breathing is such a simple and unassuming act that we don’t even think about it.

We just do it.

Did you know that an adult takes in more than 11,000 liters of air in a day?

That’s breathing 2900 gallons of air in just 24 hours!!

Compare that to the amount of water you drink in a day.

How much filtered water do you drink?

Let’s say about 2-3 liters a day for an average adult.

Now let’s compare an average adult’s water and air intake for a single day.

11,000 Litres of AIR Versus 3 Litres of WATER

Surprised?

So was I.

The amount of air we breathe in a day is huge.

It is time to take charge and make it as pure as the water we drink.

And it’s never too late to start.

Did you Know?

Environmental Protection Agency (US) – EPA has listed Indoor Air Pollution as one of the top five environmental dangers.

World Health Organization (WHO) – has stated that more than 90% of the world’s population resides in polluted cities. Polluted cities lead to dirty homes too.

In 2019, people are spending more than 90% of their daily time indoors, where the concentrations of indoor pollutants are higher than outdoors.

Why You Need to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality:

Enhance Your Wellbeing

Stay safe and protected from the harmful effects of indoor air pollution. Our indoor air can be 3-5x more contaminated with pollutants than outdoor air. The good news is you can control your indoor air and keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

Reduce Risk for Allergies, Asthma & Other Disorders

Air pollution is mostly invisible. It slowly creeps in and makes you more vulnerable by lowering your body’s defense mechanisms. Breathing impure air makes you a prime candidate for catching asthma, allergies, and other respiratory disorders. Stay informed to stay safe.

Stay Productive

 

You want to stay smart and productive. Right?

Well, who doesn’t?

Indoor air pollution can be disruptive for your health.

It can impair your decision making, decrease your cognitive abilities, and lead to frequent wheezing and headaches that don’t go away.

When you make your indoor air fresh and clean, you keep these toxic symptoms at bay.

 

 

Actionable Guides to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Improving air quality in your home is easier than you think.

To do that, you need to know more about the air you breathe.

Understand your home better, and keep it clean.

Here are a few simple and actionable articles to help you make your air clean.

Herbs & Plants

Top 10 Essential Oils To Purify Air

Top 10 Best Indoor Plants For Clean Air

8 Reasons To Get Low Maintenance Indoor Plants

 

Self Care

17 Ways to Flush Out Toxins in Body

5 Powerful Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

12 Simple Mold Inspection Tips To Stay Mold-Free

 

Technology

8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits That You Need To Know

Top 9 Things To Know Before You Get A Whole House Air Purifier

How to Select The Best Air Purifier For Pet Dander

 

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score

Congratulations on completing the Quiz!!

By spending 5 minutes, you have taken a huge step in understanding the air you breathe.

Now you have a Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!!

Let’s find out more about it.

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!

…And What it Means…

Your Score is between 26-50 and comes in the ‘Moderate’ Category.

Here ‘Moderate’ means a home that has relatively clean and ventilated indoor air.

Indoor air that does not have heavy chemicals, particulate matter, or dust and has a reasonable level of humidity and temperature.

Moderate air quality is acceptable for a person with good health and strong immunity. It can be risky for sensitive groups such as infants, pregnant ladies, and seniors.

If you have a loved one with a respiratory disorder such as asthma or allergy, its likely to aggravate their condition.

Healthy air is essential for a Healthy Family.

Regular vacuuming, adequate ventilation, the right temperature, and humidity can do wonders in keeping your indoor air clean.

Indoor Air Quality is dynamic.

It changes every minute.

Both indoor and outdoor activities contribute to indoor air quality.

If you have pet dander all over the living room and a chemical factory within 3 miles radius, that has an impact on your indoor air.

Outdoor air is something that you can’t really control.

Can you stop a large industrial unit from functioning near your home? Or reduce vehicle emissions in your city?

You know every cloud has a silver lining, right?

Though outdoor air quality cannot be managed by one individual, indoor air is an entirely different game.

In your home, you are the decision-maker.

Here you decide how to improve air quality by getting indoor plants, installing an air purifier, or using DIY home cleaners in place of toxic chemicals.

With simple but powerful steps, you can make your air pure.

Wondering why you need to do it?

Why spend so much time on cleaning the air you breathe in your home?

Is it so important?

Actually, breathing is such a simple and unassuming act that we don’t even think about it.

We just do it.

Did you know that an adult takes in more than 11,000 liters of air in a day?

That’s breathing 2900 gallons of air in just 24 hours!!

Compare that to the amount of water you drink in a day.

How much filtered water do you drink?

Let’s say about 2-3 liters a day for an average adult.

Now let’s compare an average adult’s water and air intake for a single day.

11,000 Litres of AIR Versus 3 Litres of WATER

Surprised?

So was I.

The amount of air we breathe in a day is huge.

It is time to take charge and make it as pure as the water we drink.

And it’s never too late to start.

Here are our recommendations for improving your indoor air quality.

Fast & Effective Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Smart Ventilation

Practise smart ventilation – Open windows selectively throughout the day. Keep it open when the weather is bright, sunny, and shut when it’s too cold or wet.

Essential Oils

If you prefer natural solutions to get pure air, essential oils simply have to be on your list! They are easy to use, 100% natural and can help you replace most of the toxic chemicals you use around the house.

Surprised?

Don’t be as we are sharing our best ways of using essential oils for air purification in this power-packed guide – Top 10 Essential Oils to Purify Air

Houseplants

Did you know that plants breathe in carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen? Yeah it was in the our 3rd Grade books!! Time to put this simple knowledge to action.

Welcoming indoor plants into your home can help create a vibrant environment apart from purifying your indoor air. Learn how plants can help you get cleaner indoor air – Top 10 Best Indoor plants for clean air.

Bust Mold

Wondering if you have excess humidity or mold formation in your home? Know it right away by learning

12 Simple Mold Inspection Tips To Stay Mold-Free

 

Air Purifier

You can consider installing an air purifier to trap larger particles, dust, pet dander, and smoke. It is very effective when outdoor pollution levels are high or when you feel something amiss in your home.

Read here to know how an air purifier can be a powerful ally in your fight against indoor air pollution-

8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits that You Need to Know.

Increase Immunity

Boost your immunity to stay strong from within. Including power foods and herbs in your daily diet can be a simple and wholesome way of making your body stronger to fight external toxins and impure air.

See Elderberry Recipes and 13 Easy and Delicious Infused Water Recipes to get started now.

Natural Cleaning

Everyone cleans their home, so do you. Ever scanned the ingredient list of your regular household cleaner, window cleaner or the laundry detergent? Most of the popular household cleaners score high on chemicals and contribute to poor indoor air.

Making your own cleaners is easy and way cheaper! Check out our best-selling ebook that can help you make a clean and fresh home.

Did you Know?

Environmental Protection Agency (US) – EPA has listed Indoor Air Pollution as one of the top five environmental dangers.

World Health Organization (WHO) – has stated that more than 90% of the world’s population resides in polluted cities. Polluted cities lead to dirty homes too.

In 2019, people are spending more than 90% of their daily time indoors, where the concentrations of indoor pollutants are higher than outdoors.

Why You Need to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality:

Enhance Your Wellbeing

Stay safe and protected from the harmful effects of indoor air pollution. Our indoor air can be 3-5x more contaminated with pollutants than outdoor air. The good news is you can control your indoor air and keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

Reduce Risk for Allergies, Asthma & Other Disorders

Air pollution is mostly invisible. It slowly creeps in and makes you more vulnerable by lowering your body’s defense mechanisms. Breathing impure air makes you a prime candidate for catching asthma, allergies, and other respiratory disorders. Stay informed to stay safe.

Stay Productive

 

You want to stay smart and productive. Right?

Well, who doesn’t?

Indoor air pollution can be disruptive for your health.

It can impair your decision making, decrease your cognitive abilities, and lead to frequent wheezing and headaches that don’t go away.

When you make your indoor air fresh and clean, you keep these toxic symptoms at bay.

 

 

Actionable Guides to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Improving air quality in your home is easier than you think.

To do that, you need to know more about the air you breathe.

Understand your home better, and keep it clean.

Here are a few simple and actionable articles to help you make your air clean.

 

Herbs & Plants

Top 10 Essential Oils To Purify Air

Top 10 Best Indoor Plants For Clean Air

8 Reasons To Get Low Maintenance Indoor Plants

 

Self Care

17 Ways to Flush Out Toxins in Body

5 Powerful Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

12 Simple Mold Inspection Tips To Stay Mold-Free

 

Technology

8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits That You Need To Know

Top 9 Things To Know Before You Get A Whole House Air Purifier

How to Select The Best Air Purifier For Pet Dander

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score

Congratulations on completing the Quiz!!

By spending 5 minutes, you have taken a huge step in understanding the air you breathe.

Now you have a Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!!

Let’s find out more about it.

Your Personalized Indoor Air Quality Score (PIAQS)!

…And What it Means…

 

Your Score is under 25 and comes in the ‘Good’ category.

Great job on keeping your indoor air healthy and clean for you and your loved ones!!

Here ‘Good’ means a home that has fresh and clean indoor air.

Indoor air that’s free of chemicals, fine dust, mold, dust mites and has the right temperature, adequate humidity, and is well ventilated.

Woohoo!!

Pure air is vital for your health.

A ‘Good’ Score means that you are doing all of it. Maybe even more!

But you know what?

Indoor Air Quality is never constant.

It changes every second.

Did you know that activities inside the house and outside both contribute to Indoor air quality?

Let’s say you freshly painted your home or live in the vicinity of a forest wildfire, both have an impact on your indoor air.

Outdoor air is something that you can’t really control.

Can you stop a large industrial unit from functioning near your home? Or reduce vehicle emissions in your city?

You know every cloud has a silver lining, right?

Though outdoor air quality cannot be managed by one individual, indoor air is an entirely different game.

In your home, you are the decision-maker.

Here you decide how to improve air quality by getting indoor plants, installing an air purifier, or using DIY home cleaners in place of toxic chemicals.

With simple but powerful steps, you can make your air clean.

Wondering why you need to do it?

Why spend so much time on cleaning the air you breathe in your home?

Is it so important?

Actually, breathing is such a simple and unassuming act that we don’t even think about it.

We just do it.

Did you know that an adult takes in more than 11,000 liters of air in a day?

That’s breathing 2900 gallons of air in just 24 hours!!

Compare that to the amount of water you drink in a day.

How much filtered water do you drink?

Let’s say about 2-3 liters a day for an average adult.

Now let’s compare an average adult’s water and air intake for a single day.

11,000 Litres of AIR Versus 3 Litres of WATER

Surprised?

So was I.

The amount of air we breathe in a day is simply huge.

It is time to take charge and make it as pure as the water we drink.

And it’s never too late to start.

Here are our recommendations for improving your indoor air quality.

Top Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

  • Enjoy Outdoor Air Wisely – Keep your windows open when the weather is good and sunny. Let natural sunlight come in to your home and enjoy the fresh oxygen-rich breeze!
  • Like to have a fresh and sweet-smelling home? Ditch the chemical-laden air fresheners and make your own 100% organic and natural air fresheners with Essential Oils. They smell sweet and purify the air too. Enjoy nature’s aroma, not the toxins.

Here are our best tips to use essential oils for air purification in this power-packed guide – Top 10 Essential Oils to Purify Air

  • Did you know that plants breathe in carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen? Yeah it was in the our 3rd Grade books!! Time to put this simple knowledge to action.

Welcoming indoor plants into your home can help create a vibrant environment apart from purifying your indoor air. Learn how plants can help you get cleaner indoor air – Top 10 Best Indoor plants for clean air.

  • Boost your immunity to stay strong from within. Including power foods and herbs in your daily diet can be a simple and wholesome way of making your body stronger to fight external toxins and impure air.

See Elderberry Recipes and 13 Easy and Delicious Infused Water Recipes to get started now.

  • Natural and Regular Cleaning – Everyone cleans their home, so do you. Ever scanned the ingredient list of your regular household cleaner, window cleaner or the laundry detergent? Most of the popular household cleaners score high on chemicals and contribute to poor indoor air.

Making your own cleaners is easy and way cheaper! Check out our best-selling ebook that can help you make a clean and fresh home.

Did you Know?

Environmental Protection Agency (US) – EPA has listed Indoor Air Pollution as one of the top five environmental dangers.

World Health Organization (WHO) – has stated that more than 90% of the world’s population resides in polluted cities. Polluted cities lead to dirty homes too.

In 2019, people are spending more than 90% of their daily time indoors, where the concentrations of indoor pollutants are higher than outdoors.

Here Are Top 3 Reasons to Improve Your Indoor Air Quality:

Enhance Your Wellbeing

Stay safe and protected from the harmful effects of indoor air pollution. Our indoor air can be 3-5x more contaminated with pollutants than outdoor air. The good news is you can control your indoor air and keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

Reduce Risk for Allergies, Asthma & Other Disorders

Air pollution is mostly invisible. It slowly creeps in and makes you more vulnerable by lowering your body’s defense mechanisms.

Breathing impure air makes you a prime candidate for catching asthma, allergies, and other respiratory diseases. Stay informed to stay safe.

Stay Productive

 

You want to stay smart and productive. Right?

Well, who doesn’t?

Indoor air pollution can be disruptive for your health.

It can impair your decision making, decrease your cognitive abilities, and lead to frequent wheezing and headaches that don’t go away.

When you make your indoor air fresh and clean, you keep these toxic symptoms at bay.

 

 

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality

Improving air quality in your home is easier than you think.

To do that, you need to know more about the air you breathe.

Understand your home better, and keep it clean.

Here are a few simple and actionable articles to help you make indoor air clean.

 

Herbs & Plants

Top 10 Essential Oils To Purify Air

Top 10 Best Indoor Plants For Clean Air

8 Reasons To Get Low Maintenance Indoor Plants

 

Self Care

17 Ways to Flush Out Toxins in Body

5 Powerful Ways To Improve Indoor Air Quality

12 Simple Mold Inspection Tips To Stay Mold-Free

 

Technology

8 Powerful Air Purifier Benefits That You Need To Know

Top 9 Things To Know Before You Get A Whole House Air Purifier

How to Select The Best Air Purifier For Pet Dander