Krissy Ballinger

author and passionate advocate for natural living and wellness

Krissy Ballinger is an accomplished author and passionate advocate for natural living and wellness. Her mission is to gently guide individuals towards holistic wellbeing by providing a wealth of resources and services, ranging from natural living guidance and DIY recipes, to healing therapies that nurture the mind, body, spirit and space. She envisions a world where conscious choices are made that honour the self, humanity and the environment.

With her roots in education and health promotion, Krissy continually expands her expertise. Recently, she obtained certifications in Zone Healing Technique and NeurOptimal Neurofeedback (brain training), qualified as a Reiki Healer, and completed an Undergraduate Certificate in Lifestyle Coaching from Endeavour College of Natural Health.

Krissy dedicates her time to managing her wellness room, offering services in Zone and Reiki Healing, Neurofeedback brain training, and Chemical Awareness Consulting. Additionally, she educates individuals about common and avoidable toxins through her various social platforms. Krissy’s books have collectively sold over 100,000 copies, including the award-winning Naturally Inspired – Simple DIY Recipes for Body Care and Cleaning, as well as Make & Play – Natural DIY Recipes for Kids, and The Lifestyle Edit.


  1. Hi. You mention that I can make this as a gift by leaving the water out but how will that work with the essential oils being a part of the dry mix?

  2. Hey. Few questions: found it a bit tricky to find ratios, how would you recommend mixing it?
    Should it burn (not too painfully) when applied?
    Could I use something other than charcoal?

    • Hi Kadee, the exact ratios are on this page under “Ingredients”. I mix it in a small bowl. If it burns you may be having a reaction to one of the ingredients, impossible for me to say which one sorry. And charcoal is the hero of this recipe. You could just make a paste from clay and water if you want something simpler. White clay is great for sensitive skin.

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