Miracle spray

Miracle Spray litre water cup boiled) white vinegar dishwashing liquid eucalyptus oil 3 dessertspoons washing soda Mix washing soda with about 1 cup boiling water to dissolve, add remaining ingredients, pour into a 2 litre bottle

The road to loving my Thermomix: Thermomix Soy Candle Tutorial

Before I get started on this tutorial its important to mention a few things re: candle making. There is quite a lot of science involved in candle maki

We all originally bought our Thermomix machines to make yummy, quick, simple food amazing! Then people started posting about making non food items.  Could it be true?! Yep!  :) The Thermomix is an amazing machine for creating all different types of food, but it's also great for creating products we use everyday that no longer have nasty chemicals! A great example of this is a recent post on our ThermoFun Club Facebook Group from Corinna. Here is what Corinna had to say about using the Lemon…

ThermoFun – Everyday Basics – Lemon Cleaning Concentrate

Sick of the expensive store bought cleaners that never seem to keep things clean? Try making your own! This Thermomix Lemon Cleaning Recipe is a great for all

Vapour Rub - The road to loving my Thermomix

I& spent most of the week with a cold. Not fun at all in summer! I can& stand the smell of store bought vapour rubs. I think it brings up too many memories of being sick as a child. I loooooove the smell of eucalyptus though so have made my own rub.

Modelling Clay | The Road to Loving My Thermo Mixer

The road to loving my Thermomix: Modelling Clay -- make and give this as gift or use it to model your own persoalized gifts. Napkin rings, pendants or dollhouse decor anyone?

Cracked heal balm

Cracked Heel Balm, have you ever tried making your own. You should, it is really easy and will save you a fortune!

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The best Thermomix Playdough Recipe

You've just found the best Thermomix Playdough Recipe. It's easy, smooth, stores well and your kids will love it.

This lip balm recipe is a great starting point for almost any lip balm you feel like making. Add less beeswax and more oil for a smoother, glossy balm. If it is children you are making the balm for, try playing around with edible glitter for a sparkly balm; the beauty being that you have the flexibility to create whatever you want, and you get full control of what exactly you let them put on their precious lips.

This DIY lip balm recipe is a great starting point for almost any lip balm you feel like making.

Many commercial deodorants contain aluminium and chemical fragrances, along with plenty of other nasties that I am not comfortable putting anywhere near my body.  Worse than roll-on commercial deodorants, is the aerosol variety. The mist that you inhale goes directly into your mouth, airways and lungs, where it is readily absorbed by your body. I can only image how much toxic crap my body absorbed in my high school PE locker rooms, where impulse was sprayed liberally by me and 40 other…

Make your own natural deodorant, save money and avoid the aluminium and chemical fragrances that most commercial deodorants contain.

Commercial hand washes that contain anti-bacterial agents are highly toxic. Triclosan is one of them.  According to the Environmental Working Group, Triclosan is linked to liver and inhalation toxicity, and low levels of Triclosan may disrupt thyroid function. Wastewater treatment does not remove all of the chemical, which means it ends up in our lakes, rivers and water sources. That’s especially unfortunate since Triclosan is very toxic to aquatic life.  Here’s a random fact for you…

Commercial hand washes that contain anti-bacterial agents are highly toxic. Make your own foaming handwash at home and avoid the nasties!

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