About Blue Jeans White Tee blog

Well, hello there. In case you didn’t already know, you’ve stumbled onto Blue Jeans White Tee – my natural health, green lifestyle and no ‘poo (shampoo-free) blog.

I’m Kayleigh, an SEO bod from the UK. This particular corner of the internet mostly sees me dodging shampoo and other harsh chemicals while recording all my chronic ailments that have literally disappeared since going au naturel.

I try to do the whole ‘buy less, buy better’ thing, and when I do need something I try to buy cool stuff that’s ethical, non-toxic, cruelty-free and/or sustainably made by lovely independent people, so keep an eye out for them throughout the site if that’s your bag.

I’m also pretty obsessed with food. A lifelong sufferer of IBS (y’know, bloating, cramping, epic gas and constipation), acne, rosacea and countless other ailments, I sometimes share what’s working for my gut to maybe give you some ideas of what you could research for yourself.

Finally, I come as a pair with my good sport of a husband and best friend, Graeme. In trying to better ourselves we often alienate those around us, but we’re okay with that.

Got the first few photos back from @originstudios at 1am yesterday, nutter! 👰🎩💍💒🎉🍾

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For transparency, I’ve accepted a grand total of four PR samples in the last two years – three of which from people that I already had a genuinely good relationship with – but besides that, this site is not commercial.

I run this site at a financial loss as sharing my natural health experiments and giving people access to awesome new ideas is a hobby, maybe a calling if you will – and taking banner ads isn’t my bag. I’m all about the UX, baby.

I hope you find the information on this website useful, thought provoking and maybe even a little amusing. Please always feel free to contact me on Instagram or Twitter with your stories and your questions.

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Disclaimer
• Your life and health are your own responsibility.
• Your decisions to act (or not act) based on information or advice anyone provides you—including me—are your own responsibility.

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