Do you and your family members or friends put a limit on how much can be spent on each other for the holidays? For many, setting a price takes the pressure off of feeling obligated to spend a certain amount on someone. Agreeing to spend, say, no more than $50 per person, is a great way to keep things fair and equal across your family and friends that you typically buy gifts for. Fifty dollars is a great price range especially for those trying to keep a moderate budget for holiday spending; however, sometimes it can be hard deciding how to choose a gift under $50. This guide is dedicated to gifts under $50 and will you help select reasonably priced gifts for all of the men, women, and children in your life.
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A typical night as a mom involves managing dinner, clean-up, homework, bath, and more. While some households might relish in bath time bliss, others view the pending task as a never ending battle. But it doesn’t have to be! With the help of the right products, kids and parents alike can agree that bath time doesn’t have to equal tears, and that quality products don’t have to break the bank.
Summertime is for backyard barbecues, beach days, vacations, enjoying the beautiful weather, and spending time with your kiddos — not spending time in front of the mirror with an over the top beauty routine. There’s an easy way to get ready this summer using low maintenance products that don’t suck up the time that we could be swinging in a hammock. Whether you’re the ‘brush your teeth and go’ type, or you want a full face of makeup, there’s something for everyone on our list of must-have low maintenance beauty products for summer.
At the end of the day, when you’re filling up the tub and tossing the toys inside, you’re probably too exhausted for bubble baths and bath crayons, playing boats and rubber duckies; you just want the kids in and out, clean and smelling good. The last thing on your mind is what’s inside the bath products you have lined up on the soggy shower shelf. But, you probably should pay a bit of attention to the liquids, gels, and sprays that are coating your kid’s skin and hair on a daily basis. Most of them aren’t as pretty on the inside as they look on the outside.
In fall, most people go crazy for pumpkin flavored everything — pumpkin spiced lattes, pumpkin pie, pumpkin beer, pumpkin bread — and the list goes on. This fall, why not give yourself the ultimate treat and pamper yourself with a pumpkin based hair and face mask? With the added dry air that comes with fall, it can be damaging to skin and hair. With just a few ingredients, a pumpkin mask will nourish your hair and give you glowing skin by restoring its moisture. Read on to see just how to make your own DIY all-natural pumpkin mask in the comfort of your home.
Shampoos and other soaps weren’t always made up of an unpronounceable list of chemical ingredients that offer no clarity as to what they actually do. Once upon a time, soap was made out of animal fats, straw, and wood ash and was thought to cure skin diseases. Well, we’ve advanced quite a bit since ancient Babylonia and have learned much about the way bacteria operates and the best ways to combat them. Plain old soap can be abrasive, especially for babies and children – so, baby shampoo was eventually created to be softer and gentler on the baby’s scalp.
The ingredient label on your baby shampoo may leave you puzzled, wondering how all that stuff is actually gentle when you don’t know what it is or why it is in there. Here is a comprehensive list of the types of ingredients that go into your child’s shampoo, and how they function.
Summer is here! Are you ready to hit the beach? We are. Before you pack your bags and run for the sand, make sure you have the right stuff to pack. You can ensure that your beach trip will be the best ever if you pack things that will make your time at the beach easier and more enjoyable. Here are 15 Beach Vacation Must Haves!
Kids of all ages love waking up on Easter morning to find their Easter basket has been filled with surprises just for them. Skip the pre-made, generic baskets this year and pick out special items that will be well loved all year long. Here are some of our favorite gifts to give this Easter.
Before you know it, Superbowl Sunday will soon be behind us and Valentine’s Day will be right around the corner. Men always say that women are so difficult to shop for. Well, we adamantly disagree. There are a plethora of gifts that are almost always a hit with women but for men it seems that they often say they “don’t care” when asked what they might enjoy for this holiday. Peruse our gift guide for some great ideas for what to get the man in your life this year. We have combined an eclectic mix of items so there is surely something that will suit his fancy, no matter how difficult he seems to be to shop for. After all, gift cards just don’t cut it for Valentine’s Day, so it is time to be a bit unique!
As moms, sometimes a shower is the only five minutes of peace and quiet we get all day (and some days, we don’t even get that!). Make the most of your shower time by using all-natural, spa-quality products that make you feel amazing — because you are! We love lathering up with the ah-mazing products from Elite Therapeutics.
Regular, old “baby shampoo” may have worked for your almost-bald infant, but as your child grows, so does her hair care needs. Perhaps your child has a mop of curls or baby-fine locks — or maybe your little girl is growing her hair long like Elsa! Whatever her hair type, length or texture, there’s a Circle of Friends product for her!
It can be frustrating trying to find the perfect products for your babies and yourself that are free of harmful ingredients. When it comes to your skin and hair, you want not only effective, but safe, eco-friendly, beautiful, and affordable products. Where do you begin? Start at the top, with your hair! There is a natural hair care line, ATTITUDE, which does just that. ATTITUDE offers a naturally pure way to care for your hair with shampoos and conditioners for all styles and needs.
Taking a stroll down your local grocery store’s shampoo aisle can be very intimidating. Between specialized formulas for hair types, chemically treated, or even curly hair, well, needless to say, there isn’t a shortage when it comes to shampoo and conditioner being accessible to everyone and their mom’s hair type. But, whether you’re shopping in a drug store, health store, or even your beauty salon, you need to arm yourself with knowledge to combat the toxic chemicals or irritants that lurk inside even the most popular brands of shampoo and conditioner!
You’ve heard it, in fact we’ve all heard it. You know those random “beauty secrets” that have no basis to them, yet you follow them because somehow, someone you trust has told you about them? Those secrets are so bogus that we’d like to call them beauty “myths” and we are exposing the 10 most common beauty myths around.
As women, we do everything imaginable to repel and ban oil from our hair. We know that too much oil can make our hair look greasy, hang limply, and give our overall appearance a “dirty” look. We use products such as dry shampoo, clarifying shampoo and we wash our hair every morning to keep oil at bay. What is all of this doing to our hair? It is drying the hair shaft, clarifying shampoos with sulfates are stripping the proteins, and we are damaging our hair to the point of breakage and fraying. We don’t want to look oily but we do want healthy hair. What’s a girl to do?