"Do everything House" and how to get started!

"Make it all home"! For a while I've been working on private groups through social networks, so I was able to realize a trend that was growing: Fighting against hyper-consumption and the return to nature. 

By this I have seen the emergence of many self-help groups where members exchange recipes to design household products, hygiene, cooking, natural care, etc. with the same goals: respect for the environment, a return to basics, reduce expenses, and the quest for healthy products with impeccable transparency. An anti-consumerist movement that invites action and reflection.

Indeed, the environment is at the heart of the debates between the scandals of the gliphosate, the overexploitation of natural resources, pollution and finally the global awareness of the consequences of a destructive global over-consumption of nature and bio-diversity as a whole. It's time to re-condition our way of living and consuming differently if we don't want to leave a giant waste dump as a gift to our children.

Soils are overexploited, battery animals crammed die in pitiful conditions and we pay the price of food that is increasingly nutrient-poor. Endocrine disruptors present in the majority of our environment are a subject that is of increasing interest to the population: All these household products, beauty and I keep creating new allergies and fears of health concerns …

Motion-surfing apps have been created to help you avoid allergenic products, and guide you during your shopping. All you need to do is scan the barcodes of your products and the app will inform you of all the details:

  • Clean Beauty
  • Flash Labels: provides information on eco-labels from a photo taken on a product.
  • Seasonal fruits and vegetables: information on which fruits and vegetables to choose from depending on the season.
  • Beat the Micro Bead: detects the presence of micro plastic beads in your cosmetics.

I am not necessarily a pro-extremist of this movement, however the more I inquire the more I end up telling myself that it is time to take action!

On a day-to-day basis I start by making easy changes in the way I consume and I would like to raise awareness among my readers with a compilation of recipes and small changes, which exercised on a daily basis could be a significant change for environment, your well-being and your health.

So I'll start by giving you the first easy recipes and tricks to put in place in your daily life:



  • 3l water,
  • 100g of Marseille soap shavings without glycerin already in chips (but it's more expensive)
  • 50g soda crystals
  • 2.8l tap water

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  • 450g soda crystals
  • 450g baking soda
  • 100 coarse salt
  • Options 20 drops essential oils
  • A glass jar

Mix all the ingredients and put in a jar, a tablespoon in the dishwasher is done!


  • 300g baking soda
  • 100g citric acid
  • 1 tablespoon water and coffee
  • Eucalyptus or lavender essential oil
  • 1 ice cube tray
  • 1 glass bowl (no plastic)

Put the citric acid and bicarbonate in a bowl and mix with a fork. In a glass put the water and 90 drops of essential oil, then gradually pour the water into the glass bowl while mixing to obtain the consistency of the wet sand. With the teaspoon distribute the sand in the ice trays. Put overnight in the freezer and remove.


Start by making Tawashis with your old clothes, leggings, nylon stockings and other.

Video here.


  • 50 cl white vinegar
  • 4 Orange peels
  • 1 Jar with lid
  • 1 bottle spray

Put the white vinegar with the orange peels in a soaking jar for 2 days then strain.  Pour the mixture into a spray bottle with half the amount of water, close the spray is over!










Replace your regular toothpaste with virgin and organic coconut oil, siwak or clay.

PS: Peppermint essential oil can be toxic to young children, babies, the elderly and pregnant women. Replace it with an essential oil that has no contraindications (or do not use any).

Option 1: Do it yourself:

  • 1 scs coconut oil
  • 1 CS of vegetal coal
  • 1 drop HE lemon

Option 2: Do it yourself:

Toothpaste for sensitive teeth and gum care.

Toothpaste recipe powder:

  • 1 teaspoon white clay overfine 
  • 1 teaspoon surfine green clay
  •  cloves to be powdered
  • 1 teaspoon German chamomile to be powdered
  • 1 small pinch of canelle powder
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda or iris root powder

Option 3: Do it yourself:

  •  4 tablespoons clay
  • 2 tablespoons bicarbonate
  • 1 tablespoon himalayan salt
  • 2 capsules of activated charcoal (detox and bleaching)
  • 3 tablespoons nettle powder
  • 1 tablespoon spirulina
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon powder
  • 1 teaspoon camu camu (for vitamin c, for gums)

Option 4: Do it yourself: 


  • 2 tsp coconut oil
  • 2 cs ultra ventilated green or white clay (approximately)
  • 3 drops peppermint essential oil
  • 1 drop tea tree essential oil


  • Melt the coconut oil (on a radiator).
  • Gradually add the clay with a wooden spoon (especially not metal) until it forms a paste.
  • Add the drops of essential oil.


  • On contact with the metal, the clay loses its properties.
  • Plastic should also be avoided.


Option 1: Do it yourself:

On the Tiloudou website, you'll find plenty of fabrics to make your own make-up remover wipes:

Choose several quality fabrics such as:

Then for the realization follow my Tuto by Here ;)) 

Option 2: Buy:

LULU Nature batch of 12 hemp and cotton wipes: $8.59 

Cotton to remove organic make-up reusable

Box of 10 Lamazuna eco-friendly wipes: €15.75





Option 1: Do it yourself:


  • 20g coconut oil (organic)
  • 12g potato starch or but
  • 8g baking soda (medicinal quality)
  • 4 drops of Palmarosa (organic) or Lavender Essential Oil
  • 1 glass jar for scalding container.


  • Melt the coconut oil in a bain marie in the glass jar, mix the starch and bicarbonate.
  • Add the essential oil, mix well.
  • Let it freeze.
  • Then with the nail to remove a shaving and stitching it under the undercalf.

Option 2: Do it yourself:


  • 35g coconut oil (organic)
  • 7 g Shea butter, organic and raw
  • 5 g Yellow beeswax
  • 15g potato starch or but
  • 30g baking soda (medicinal quality)
  • 10 drops of organic Tea Tree Essential Oil
  • 10 drops of Cypress Essential Oil (Not during cancer-dependent hormone)
  • 10 drops of Organic Petitgrain Bigarade Essential Oil
  • 1 glass jar for scalding container.


  • Melt the coconut oil in the combined bath in the glass jar, along with beeswax and shea over low heat.
  • When the ingredients are melted add out of the heat starch, bicarbonate and essential oils.
  • Pour into the jar and put everything in the refrigerator.
  • Then with the nail remove a shaving and apply it under the undercalf.

Option 2: Buy:

Neutral organic deodorant balm – free of GAIIA bicarbonate: 12 euros

Solid deodorant on the list-LAMAZUNA: 9.90 euros

Pierre d'Alun Alepia: 

Natural powder deodorant with roots of Iris of Florence , as before: 8.90 euros


Here we have made a first round of several ways to respect your environment without making too many compromises on efficiency! Share with us your experiences and feedback on these different methods and recipes!

See you soon on the blog!



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