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DIY: How to get wax out of candle jars! This easy trick takes hardly any effort at all, and is a great way to recycle, repurpose and reuse. Recycled projects and crafts are always my favorite because they're either really cheap or cost nothing at all. You could even sell these as pretty storage jars! A life hack everyone should know. Instrupix.com

DIY: How to get wax out of candle jars! This easy trick takes hardly any effort at all, and is a great way to recycle, repurpose and reuse. Recycled projects and crafts are always my favorite because they're either really cheap or cost nothing at all. You could even sell these as pretty storage jars! A life hack everyone should know. Instrupix.com

The Most Amazing Bath Bombs - these DIY bath bomb recipes make amazing DIY holiday gifts or teacher appreciation gifts or anytime DIY gifts!

The Most Amazing Bath Bombs - these DIY bath bomb recipes make amazing DIY holiday gifts or teacher appreciation gifts or anytime DIY gifts!

Adorable diy bath bombs just like the lush bath bombs! I love bath fizzies like these and they even have a bath bomb recipe without citric acid or cream of tartar.

Adorable diy bath bombs just like the lush bath bombs! I love bath fizzies like these and they even have a bath bomb recipe without citric acid or cream of tartar.

Full bodied reborn baby

Full bodied reborn baby

Previous pinner said: A few months ago I stopped using facewash. I use a scrub of baking soda and coconut oil every few days. On the days in between, just coconut oil. I use tiny amounts - a pinch of soda, and a bit of coconut oil the size of a pencil eraser. Wash in gentle, circular motions and rinse very well. Your face may seem oily afterward, but within a few minutes the oil is absorbed and your skin is glowing. My face used to break out regularly. Now, almost never!

facewash scrub of baking soda and coconut oil every few days. On the days in between, just coconut oil. I use tiny amounts - a pinch of soda, and a bit of coconut oil the size of a pencil eraser. Wash in gentle, circular motions and rinse very well