Mrs. Meyer's Beauty Tips from her NEW book!




Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day is an eco-friendly line of super cute cleaning products. It also happens to be the only detergent that has touched my laundry in the last five years. Aromatherapy and good the environment? No brainer.

Mrs. Thelma Meyer, an Iowa mother of nine, is in fact a real person and the inspiration behind the brand. Her daughter named the company to honor her old fashioned values and useful cleaning tips. Last week a book compiling these ingenious, earth-friendly tips debuted: Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Home: No-Nonsense Advice That Will Inspire You to Clean Like the Dickens. The book is a collection of fun, quirky, even ingenious ways to employ common household items in solving a range of homemaker conundrums.
Thelma Meyer was one of the original women to “go-green” and her old-fashioned tips are a modern girl's guide to a budget-and earth-friendly home! Here are just a few beauty related tips.

To get hairspray off of mirrors: Pour rubbing alcohol on a cloth and clean in small circles. You can also use a baby wipe if you have them handy. Then grab club-soda that you’ve put in a spray bottle and give the mirror a spritz, wiping it clean with bunched-up newspaper


Cleaning up broken glass: If your makeup mirror falls on the floor, you’ll want to remove all those little pieces from the floor. Dab a piece of bread on top of them, vacuum, then wipe down the floor with a water-dampened cloth

Removing Mascara from clothing: Mix a tablespoon of dish washing liquid with two cups cold water, apply the solution to the stain, and then blot until it’s gone

Makeup Expiration Dates: If you have trouble keeping track of how old things are, start writing the dates on them with a permanent marker when they’re new. Mascara lasts only three months, and it’s important that you remember when you opened it, because that wand gets a buildup of bacteria that you don’t want in your eyes. Sunscreen lasts one year and lipstick up to three.

Keeping the Bathroom Smelling Fresh: Fill a spray bottle with water, three drops of lemon oil, and two drops of eucalyptus oil. Shake this really well before using.

2 comments:

organic lip gloss said...

Excellent tips , thanks again ,
I especially like the picking up glass technique.

natural cosmetics said...

It is very important to look good no matter where you are. You never know who you are going to meet and you need to make a good first impression. You never know if the person you have just met will be your future client, employer or even lover.
I personally love organic foundations and natural cosmetics because the thought of absorbing all of the chemicals into my skin does not interest me. The typical woman absorbs over five pounds of chemicals through her skin into her body from makeup.