Stephanie Gerber

Stephanie Gerber is the founder of Hello Glow. She’s a writer who, after her 3 kids go to bed, likes to raid the fridge – for face mask ingredients. She started blogging in 2011 to rediscover her sense of self after becoming a mom.
The Easiest Homemade Linen Spray
Linen spray may sound like another froufrou extravagance that moms don’t need, but that couldn’t be more wrong. Because moms are tired — like, always. And when our heads finally hit the pillow, we want sleep to come easy and fast. The little luxury of scented linens is one of the best ways to turn off thoughts about the school project that’s due or what’s for dinner tomorrow. The icing on the cake is that linen spray is so simple to make.
Jul 9, 2023
An Infused Vinegar Cleaning Spray That Actually Smells Great
Infusing vinegar is the perfect way to combine vinegar's natural cleansing and disinfecting benefits with a much more pleasant aromatherapy experience.
Sep 12, 2022
Scent Your Home with Dried Herb Incense
If you bought sage for a recipe and don’t know what to do with the leftovers, or have a garden overflowing with herbs, herbal incense sticks are a perfect way to preserve them — and they make an aromatic gift for a friend or a way to bring a calming herbal scent indoors. Dried herbs have been burned across the ages and many cultures for purposes of scenting, cleansing, and religious practice.
Jun 9, 2019
A Homemade Stain Remover
Let’s be honest — kids are dirty little creatures. They spill everything. Plus there are paint stains from the budding artist, and grass and dirt stains from the future soccer star. And, my favorite, potty training stains. Between these and the spaghetti sauce stains from the — you know — adults of the household, a good stain remover is a must-have. Here’s my go-to formula for getting tough stains out.
May 30, 2019
Homemade Wet Wipes for Sticky Fingers
I have a love-hate relationship with wipes. I love their convenience for dirty hands and sticky faces, but I hate that conventional wipes are expensive and made with a long list of ingredients. Until recently I had no idea how easy it was to make my own disposable wipes. Now I carry my own to the playground and use them to wipe down a shopping cart. Plus they are gentle enough to use on sensitive little faces. Here’s a simple tutorial for making your own.
May 30, 2019