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Farmers Almanac
The 2016 Farmers Almanac
Farmers' Almanac

Category — Healthy Living

DIY Goat Milk Skin Care Treatments

Cleopatra knew that milk baths and treatments did wonders for the skin. Try these luxurious, spa-quality recipes that use inexpensive products from your pantry!

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Give The Gift of Homemade Lavender Products

Incorporate the luxurious scent of lavender to these spa-quality bath and beauty products that are easy to make, and make great gifts!

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8 Home Remedies To Combat Dry Skin

As soon as the heat goes on, skin dries up. Try these natural and inexpensive ways to keep it smooth and supple!

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The Scoop On Exfoliating Scrubs

Homemade body scrubs are inexpensive, so easy to make, and just as rejuvenating as spa treatments! Learn how its done.

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Brain Food For Brain Power!

Here’s how to boost your brain function and health with these 8 natural foods and nutrient-rich supplements.

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Why Plastic Isn’t The Safest Way to Store Food

While it may be convenient, plastic is not the best option for your health. Check out this list of alternate ways to store and prepare food to reduce your exposure to harmful chemicals.

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10 Sneaky Places Where Germs Are Hiding

Some spots are obvious hideouts for mold, bacteria and viruses, while others are often overlooked. We have the list here!

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Healthy Halloween Potions

There’s no better way to scare off the chills and ills than with these fun, fresh and delicious, health-boosting “brews.” Serve them at your next party!

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