I finished off the Conditioner and Leave-In Conditioner and replaced them with more natural products. I like both of the new products and the bottle designs. I still have a lot of my old shampoo left. So I will finish it up and move to the new shampoo when it's gone. Of course, as I'm writing this I'm wondering why I have both conditioner and leave-in conditioner. I know why I started using both products, but now I am wondering why there are two products instead of one for two purposes. Something to ponder...
Anyway, when I realized that I would still have old shampoo left at the end of the month, I decided to compare the ingredients between my existing and new shampoos. I must say that I'm glad that I have decided to move to more natural products. The outgoing shampoo has a long list of scary sounding ingredients. The incoming shampoo still has long list, but at least of essential oils and extracts.
It does make me wonder though, why there is such a long list on either product. Shouldn't it just be soap, conditioner and water? So, I think this shampoo/conditioner migration might take a long and curvy path.
As for June - The combination of warmer weather and abundant moisture means we are learning about lawn care and weed control.
We haven't used chemical weed killers in years and don't intend to start.
But, there are so many weeds, that the thought of digging and pulling all of them is... well, it's just something I don't want to think about.
I've recently come across the idea of killing weeds with boiling water and did a test last week...
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