How to Go Organic on a Budget Part Three

A lot of people would like to go organic, but they think that it’s just too darn expensive. However, by being a little savvy you can save money and be healthier at the same time. Check out some inexpensive organic products and learn how to go organic on a budget!

Wild Oats
You may be surfing the Wild Oats site right now, wondering if organic can really be affordable? Yes, Wild Oats has truly made a difference when it comes to finding high quality organic products at a great price! True to their founding mission, Wild Oats still believes that everyone has a right to great-tasting, high-quality products from organic pasta sauce to organic spices. Their promise is to create a wide range of these items so that you and your loved ones can enjoy better products at a better price. My favorite products are definitely the Pasta Sauces! You can whip up a quick meal for your kids for under $10!

Acure Organics
It can be difficult to find inexpensive organic skin and hair care. In fact, you might have given up on it long ago. Acure Organics utilizes cutting edge plant stem technology to make a line of fabulous, everyday natural hair and skin care products. These active stem cells contain all the benefical markers that a specific plant carries amplified for even more results. I especially love the Triple Moisture Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner for Normal to Dry/Damaged/Curly Hair. This renewing shampoo and conditioner contains moroccan Argan oil and Argan stem cell to nourish hair at a deep level. Plus, most products are under $20!

Threads for Thought
Threads 4 Thought was founded to create great fashion that evokes a lifestyle of shared responsibility for each other and our world. They continue to work towards that mission every day using sustainable materials to make products and work with factories that respect their employees and treat them humanely and fairly. Best of all, their products are super affordable, t-shirts featuring organic cotton start at just $10!

Make Your Own Organic Products
It’s easy to make your own organic products to save money! One suggestion that has saved me some cash is to utilize organic oils such as avocado, jojoba, coconut, hazelnut, walnut, palm, thyme and olive oil for multiple purposes. You can utilize oils on your hair and skin and also cook with them (just buy food grade). I also like to use jojoba oil as a base to make my own natural vanilla perfume. You just add a few drops of vanilla to about two tablespoons of jojoba, mix it up and you are all set! Also, try getting some thyme oil and using it around your house to fight germs! A little goes a long way!

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