About

“Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers.”
-Isaac Asimov

(Wander over to my twitter for more of “me” and my musings at twitter.com/smg917)
Oh, I have an Instagram now too? I’m trying to have one, anyway. https://www.instagram.com/smg917/

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9 thoughts on “About

  1. Lauren

    LOVED all the info on natural beauty care!
    Do you use the baking soda “shampoo” and AVC “conditioner” on your 2-yr old?
    Do you make your own deodorant too?
    What do you use for eye cream? Just the coconut oil?

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    1. justsarahg Post author

      Hi Lauren! I do use this method on my daughter. I don’t often use the ACV rinse on her, as it can be irritating for a squirmy two year old, and her baby soft hair doesn’t need much conditioning anyway 🙂 I use Tom’s and Deodo Mom deodorants, and for eye cream I like cold-pressed castor oil. I put it all around my eyes, on my lashes, and as a follower of Ayurvedic practices I even let it get in my eye to reduce redness and dryness. Hope this helps!

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  2. Andrea

    Loving your tips and witty articles. I stumbled upon your blog today and am so excited. I needed that push to get my but in gear to keep my body healthy, happy and toxic free. Thanks!

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  3. moviecriticbrad

    You posted your blog on my birthday…sweet! 🙂 I was skeptical but I always want to know the truth so I at least had to read it. As much as anything your picture is worth 1000 words as your hair looks perfect. Incidentally, I think you look like my future wife lol. I used to live in Europe where my lady friends did not shave their underarms and gave some credence to the fact that they rarely get breast cancer. I have seen studies largely ignored in the hyper-hairless US that show a very clear link to shaving and using antiperspirants and cancer rates. If just amazes me how much we chemical up our bodies.

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  4. Scott

    great post about ‘no poo’!! And some good stuff about other products (and their more natural alternatives) — hey we’re starting a platform where the public and non-profits can inform people about the products they buy… it’s a great way to link back to your content too. Here’s a video introducing the idea – email me if you want a invitation code: scott@theopenlabel.com

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