One Simple Chart Shows 72 Uses For Common Household Products

People have been using common substances like citrus juices, oils and vinegars for cooking, as household cleaners and personal grooming products, for centuries, and many of the store bought products we buy everyday use these items as their core ingredients.

However, these store bought products also contain chemicals and toxins we’re better off leaving on the store shelves, and using core ingredients also means saving money.

This simple yet informative chart takes household products back to the old school, showing dozens of great uses for everyday products like baking soda, white vinegar and coconut oil.

The chart is missing amount recommendations for each use, but they're pretty easy to figure out with a little help from the all-knowing Google.

72 Uses for Simple Household Products To Save Money & Avoid Toxins

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Citrus fruits are often included in skincare because of the citric acid (which exfoliates, like the alpha hydroxy acid that's in lots of anti-aging stuff). However, these types of acids increase sun sensitivity, and citric acid has a much lower pH than any used in real skincare products, so lemons should be used on your face with caution.
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