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Travel Easy With The All In Packaging Travel Set

Winter, particularly the weeks around the holidays and new year, means celebrations with close friends and family. Because we live in a globalized economy, people often find themselves living far from their parents and children. This means that winter is also a time when travel becomes part of the tradition, be it by plane, train, [...]

By | February 15th, 2018|Brand|0 Comments

Making A Primrose Essential Oil DIY Face Mask

New Year’s has come and gone. You know it because you have to put 2018 on your letter headers, and perhaps because you need to recover from the holiday and New Year’s celebration season. The tale of holiday gift-giving, family gathering, and late-night revelling stress is written on your face. Why not begin this year [...]

By | February 12th, 2018|Brand, DIY|0 Comments

Lighting a Candle As A New Year’s Tradition

While some New Year’s traditions seem to be universal, like fireworks, resolutions, and communal celebrations, different cultures also offer different traditions. Take, for instance, Latin America, where some of their New Year’s traditions include making twelve wishes while eating twelve grapes, each one representing the upcoming twelve months. Or, less esoterically, lighting a candle for [...]

By | February 5th, 2018|Brand, DIY, Guide|0 Comments

Caring for Christmas Poinsettia Plants Using A Trigger Sprayer

In many parts of the Western world, particularly in North America, the poinsettia has become the second most traditional Christmas plant after the Christmas tree. The poinsettia is recognizable by its velvet red flowers that burst from evergreen leaves like hearts. Coming from Mexico, where it was also used as a Christmas and Easter plant, [...]

By | February 1st, 2018|Brand, Guide|0 Comments

Shrink Wrap Lip Balm Tube for DIY Lip Balms

It’s the season of giving, but what if you are the type who isn’t into shopping and mass consumer culture? Perhaps you are one of the breed who like to craft your own gifts, or are already established as a small scale entrepreneur specializing in cosmetics and skin care goods. If so, you have probably [...]

By | January 28th, 2018|Brand, DIY|0 Comments

Keeping Baked Goods Fresh with Snackipack Containers

Christmas, Chanukah, and other winter holidays around the world typically involve feasts and festivities where family and loved ones gather to celebrate. Cookies, cakes, strudels, and all sorts of pastries and baked goods are all on the menu. But what to do with the leftovers? There is no sense in letting all those goodies go [...]

By | January 23rd, 2018|Brand, Guide|0 Comments

Using An Acrylic Set Jar For Your DIY Gifts

With the increasing commercialization of Christmas, DIY gift-making is trending big time. DIY and small batch entrepreneurs are crafting hand-made gifts for many reasons, but you can believe that foremost they enjoy giving, and giving things that have a personal touch. Some may be interested in products that only feature all natural ingredients, others may [...]

By | January 21st, 2018|Brand, DIY|0 Comments

Cardboard Boxes For Shipping

It is the time of the year to give. And around the holidays postal and delivery services go into overdrive due to all the gifts and products that are being shipped locally and internationally. This comes in the form of companies refilling dwindling supplies of goods to stores, and individuals shipping packages to friends and [...]

By | January 16th, 2018|Brand|0 Comments

Jojoba Oil As An Ingredient For Lip Balm

There is no question that in places with colder climates, the winter months bring harsh weather like blustery wind and dry chilly air. All this can wreak havoc on sensitive skin, particularly lips. Sales of lip balm other protective lip-care products like chapstick soar in the frigid winter months. But there are some people who [...]

By | January 13th, 2018|Brand|0 Comments

Tips For Storing Holiday Leftovers

Autumn and winter holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Hanukkah, all mean large feasts when family and friends gather together to indulge and enjoy the bounty of life. Large feasts may involve hams, turkeys, chicken, and a huge array of casseroles and side dishes, not to mention desserts. Because abundance is important to such feasts, it [...]

By | January 9th, 2018|Brand, Guide|0 Comments

Covering Up Household Odors With Essential Oils

It doesn’t matter who lives in an abode, whether is a family with a batch of children, or a single person with a single cat, any household is going to attract odors, be it from cooking, pets, or just generally living as humans live. And regardless of how much cleaning you do, a dog will [...]

By | January 6th, 2018|Brand|0 Comments

Annoying Things About Packaging

There is no question that like every other product in the world, packaging is sometimes flawed. There is nothing more frustrating than taking the time to select just the right product, getting it home, then discovering it doesn’t work exactly as it should. Below we have detailed some of consumers’ pet peeves when it comes [...]

By | January 3rd, 2018|Brand|0 Comments

DIY Under Eye Cream from Avocado Oil and Shea Butter

The holiday season, in addition to quality family time and festivities, also means parties. Office parties, reunions, feasts, and all sorts of celebrations happen in December, not to mention New Year’s, typically the biggest party of the year. Late nights and extended celebrations can take a toll on one’s appearance, and the tale of the [...]

By | January 2nd, 2018|Brand, DIY|0 Comments