Listener Questions and Answers | episode 154
This week I tackle Listener Questions.
I have questions on dealing with the community during a SHTF.
What are some non-prepper skills to have during a collapse?
And much more.
- Matt From OK Beauty products during the SHTF and survival uses.
- The SHTF and dealing with the community.
- Non-Prepper Skills that will be handy
- Whats essential uses for electricity.
- Matt From OK Blood Sucking Family Lawyers During the SHTF
Beauty Products that have survival uses and homemade versions
Deodorant helps prevent blisters when breaking in new shoes
Lip balm helps heal small shaving nicks.
Chap Stick and lip gloss can be used as fire starter.
Oil based lube is the best fire starter.
You can brush your teeth with baking soda to remove stains and whiten the enamel. Moisten your toothbrush and dip it in baking soda.
You can also make a basic shampoo out of one cup of water and one tablespoon of baking soda. Put in a sealed container
To make an excellent detangler and conditioner, mix together one cup of water and one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar. Put in a sealed container (such as an empty conditioner bottle) and shake vigorously before using.
Mix ¼ cup baking soda with ¼ cup cornstarch (or arrowroot powder). Slowly add five to six tablespoons of coconut oil to the mixture, stirring with a spoon until it reaches your desired consistency and texture. You can refill your old deodorant dispenser with this, although you will need to ensure it is kept in a cool location to prevent the coconut oil from liquefying.
A simple and long-lasting eyeliner can be made from activated charcoal – the substance used to filter water and soothe stomach aches. If the charcoal is encapsulated, empty the capsule onto a small plate. Otherwise, pour out a small amount onto the plate. Dip the tip of a narrow makeup brush into water, then swirl the moistened brush through the charcoal. Apply as you would any other eyeliner.
To make a clear lip-gloss, mix one teaspoon of aloe vera gel (slice open the leaves of an aloe vera plant and scrape out the gel), half a teaspoon of coconut oil, and 1/8 teaspoon of vitamin E oil. Add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil. Mix until smooth, and then pour into a lidded container.
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