Hey everyone. I am dead tired. I think I am finally going to snap my schedule into place. I have a job tomorrow at 8:30 am so I gots to get myself to bed ASAP! I wanted to continue blogging about my deodorant project. It has been FANTASTIC! I haven't been writing down the time so I will summarize what has been going on.
Remember that I hurt myself with baking soda and I asked you to laugh with me? Well, I still have a minor rash. It is minor but the lime juice has caused it to burn. I have not stopped using it but I have equally paired it with coconut oil to avoid the burning sensation when applied onto the rash area and to moisturize avoiding all sticky-icky feelings.
There has continued to be absolutely no odor.
At night time, I have continued to run and this does cause me to perspire. I do notice that as the days go by, I perspire less and less. I, also, think the coconut oil has somewhat contributed to not perspiring.
After my run, I shower and wash under my arms well. I, then, reapply before getting dressed. Before bed, I dab a little bit of 100% lavender oil on both underarms. This is antiseptic, cleansing, antimicrobial, healing, etc. It gives a strange cool feeling when first applied but it truly gets the job done every single time. I swear by this stuff!!
So far, so good everyone! I highly recommend to try this all out. Perhaps, allow me to see it through to the end and find what the best natural form of deodorant will be: lime juice, coconut oil, homemade concoction, etc. NEVER again will I try baking soda. I am the judge of that.
Today, we went to the pool with my fiancé's aunt and I made these delicious Chicken Rollatini Bites using Cilantro Garlic Sauce for a nice, steamy cream filling. We all devoured them. They were the perfect poolside snack to curb the hunger.
Chicken Rollatini Bites
I made these delicious Chicken Rollatini Bites, perfect poolside snack, using Cilantro Garlic Sauce for a nice, steamy cream filling.
Prep time: 15 mins
Cook time: 45 mins
Total time: 1 hour
Preheat oven to 375° F.
Make a batch of Cilantro Garlic Sauce. Zest lime.
Carefully slice each tenderloin in half. Fill each up with ½ tbsp of sauce. Roll into a rollatini. Seal with a toothpick.
Spray baking pan with coconut oil. Nicely place rollatini bites while evenly distributing for heat. Sprinkle with salt.
Bake for 45 minutes.
Remove from the oven. Allow to cool. Garnish with lime zest.