Welcome to minimalist natural skincare.

You’ve decluttered your closets and gotten rid of everything that doesn’t bring you joy.

You’re mindfully curating key pieces that make your home feel inviting and building a capsule wardrobe you love to wear.

You’ve simplified your stuff and your schedule.

But what about your skincare products?

This is where things get interesting.

Yes, it’s good to go through and declutter those things. Do you really need five different body lotions? No. One will suffice. Do you really need a drawer full of makeup? I dare say you don’t, which is why you’ve whittled it down to your favorites that you wear often.

But when it comes to personal care products, it’s not just enough to declutter. You need to detoxify as well.

Why?

Because as you read this page, over 700 chemicals are coursing through your body. Chemicals that cause cancer, disrupt hormones and create a whole lot of problems in the body. These chemicals are in the products you use on your hair and nails. They’re in the makeup you put on your face and the lotion you rub on your baby’s skin.

They’re everywhere.

And now that you’ve gotten the clutter under control (or you’re on your way there), you can focus on creating safer, chemical-free skincare.

The beautiful thing is, it doesn’t have to be hard. And you don’t need that many supplies (Hallelujah!)

I believe you can create naturally beautiful skin with just a few key supplies (stored away in your tiny apothecary). No need to clutter your cabinets with every herb, essential oil and raw ingredient out there. Just a handful will do. Well, maybe two handfuls.

Tiny Apothecary is dedicated to clutter-free natural skincare. When you become a member of our community, you’ll learn which supplies and ingredients are essential (there really aren’t that many) and cultivate a tiny apothecary that you can use to create naturally healthy skin.

Plus you’ll get recipes and tutorials so you’ll know exactly what to do with your tiny apothecary contents.

Sign up below to join the community and snag a free copy of Minimalist Beauty: 5 DIY Recipes for Natural Skincare.

Download your free guide

Download the free PDF guide, Minimalist Beauty, for 5 easy skincare recipes you can make with just a handful of ingredients, like:

  • Homemade deodorant for sensitive skin
  • Moisturizing shampoo that doubles as a body wash
  • An easy facial cleanser that helps balance the skin

Plus get money saving tips for making the switch to natural skincare products.

Meet Nina

My natural living journey began almost a decade ago when my husband and I decided to get out of debt. We cut expenses by making food from scratch, making our own natural products, from cleaners to remedies and focusing on living more sustainably.

Each time I found a DIY recipe that would fit my needs, I bought the recommended supplies and ingredients. It wasn’t long before my drawers and cabinets were overflowing with a bunch of stuff I never used.

Eventually, though, I realized that I was using the same herbs, essential oils and supplies over and over again in different recipes. I had found my favorites and they were my favorites because they worked and were multi-purpose. Still, I held onto the other items “just in case.”

Then I discovered minimalism. It was the permission I needed to let go of the excess and it felt SO good. I whittled my apothecary down to what I felt were the essentials. And you know what?

It still worked beautifully.

When I needed to clean the surfaces in my house, I had everything I needed. When there was an ailment that required a natural remedy, I had the right ingredients. When I ran out of homemade shampoo, I just went to my tiny apothecary and grabbed what I needed to make more.

Naturally living can be simple … and clutter-free.

I just had to share with you how much I loved your ebook. I purchased the big 34 books for $29 healthy living deal and your book was the highlight! As I read your words, I felt like I was listening to a friend…one that thinks like I do, and understands my life. I have always been a “simplify” kind of girl, but feel so overwhelmed at times. I love your approach to simplify life and taking the hard things back to the basics.

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One last thing …

I’m so grateful that you’ve stopped by and I’d love to know how I can serve you better. If you’d like, would you please let me know what questions you have when it comes to making natural living easier?