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Essential Oils

Guest Heretic Pamela Richardson; Author of Magical Essentials; Using Essential Oils to Age Beautifully

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Pamela Richardson, Magical Essentials, Nutrition Heretic Podcast What can a smoker teach us about looking youthful? Apparently a lot! 10 years ago, Pamela Richardson looked in the mirror and saw a 60 year old woman staring back. The problem was she was only 50. She immediately ditched her expensive face creams and developed a system of using 100% organic essential oils to reverse the aging process.

Today at age 61 — and smoking — she looks 50! Imagine how youthful you can look if you don’t smoke at all!

Tune in to hear Pamela’s daily skincare routine and grab her book, Magical Essentials, to find out how to tone and rejuvenate tired skin from head to toe!

Pamela Richardson can found on Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Click here to access Pamela Richardson's Convenient Essential Oil Recipe to Nourish and Hydrate Your Skin

Are you looking your age?  Learn how to retain or bring back your youthful glow in Pamela's book, Magical Essentials: Age Beautifully:

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Think You Wash with Soap? Think Again! Guest Heretic Dana Christensen Cleans Up and Tells Us How To Make Our Own

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Dana Christensen Big Island Soap Company on The Nutrition Heretic podcastDid you know that the stuff you clean your body with may not be soap? It’s true! But there’s a solution. Our special Guest Heretic Dana Christensen of Big Island Soap Company not only has it, but tells you how to do it yourself. Many health enthusiasts will tell you not to put anything on your body you wouldn’t put IN your body. Others will tell you that liquid soap is better than bar soap.  What actually is soap?  How does it differ from beauty bars? And why can't you find out what the ingredients are in store-bought soap?

In this episode you'll discover what goes into the soap making process, three ways to make soap, and what to do with the little end-of-the-bar pieces.

Adrienne and Dana talk about using tallow in soap in addition to other emollients, when to add essential oils to the process, how to mold and cut soap, as well as how to to rebatch soap so that none is wasted.

Dana is sharing one of her Big Island Soap recipes with us: Click here for your Big Island Soap recipe

Now that you've heard how easy it is to make your own soap at home, get creative and have fun with it!  Here are a couple of supplies you may find helpful to get you started (affiliate links):

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