Formulating for your skin type: Body butter for wrinkled skin

If you are a wrinkled or pigmented skin type, you might feel a little left out of the recent posts on toner and body butter because I didn’t go into specifics of formulating those products, and I apologize for neglecting you. It’s hard to take into consideration every single skin type possibility in a post...

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Formulating for your skin type: Body butter for oily skin

Point of interest…This is actually a picture of a whipped shea butter, but I was getting bored of using the same pictures over and over again! This might seem like a bizarre concept, adding more oils to your oily skin, and for some people with really oily skin, this might be a very bad idea,...

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Formulating for your skin type: Body butter for dry skin

Let’s formulate a body butter suitable for dry skin! For dry skin we want to include a lot of lovely humectants, oils containing linoleic acid or GLA, phytosterols like ß-sitosterol to help with moisturization and inflammation, anti-oxidants, and Vitamin E. If you have a damaged skin barrier, you’ll want to include oils and butters containing...

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Formulating for your skin type: Body butter

Our facial skin type is not always the same as our body skin type. I have oily-sensitive (rosacea)-non-pigmented-wrinkled skin on my face, but my body skin is fairly normal (except my back), fairly resistant, non-pigmented with some signs of aging. Take a look at the skin types again to see if your facial skin type...

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Making a toner for the dry skin type – resistant or wrinkled

I really have to take more pictures of my toners! I hate using the same pictures all the time! Yesterday we took a look at a toner suitable for a dry skinned, sensitive or wrinkled type to use as a moisturizer alone. If you want a toner to use after cleansing but before moisturizing…well, that’s...

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