I’m doing science and I’m still alive!

Wow, I’m really flaky lately, saying I’m going to write some posts, then not doing it, then showing up again to say I’m going to write some posts then not doing it and so on. I’ve been double-plus-ultra-mega-super busy lately (I’ve done at least two youth groups of some kind Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday this...

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Question: Why would I suggest using silicones for the co-washing method?

Anonymous asked this interesting question about co-washing or the no shampoo method in this post: I happen to come across your intesting post regarding cleansing conditioner. I am currently starting the co-wash method however I sometime use products with silicones. So my questions is if I am trying to remove silicones build up then why use...

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Questions: Preserving scrubs

Just so you know, this scrub uses melt & pour soap and is from this challenge (click for the post to find the recipes) as Petra and I tried to duplicate a Lush product. I used this mold from Voyageur – click here – one I use for a lot of things! In this post,...

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Question: How can I increase the lather and foam in a facial cleanser?

In this post, The Fawn writes: I currently have coco glucoside on hand and would like to make a facial cleanser for myself. But I find that with coco glucoside at 30% as the single surfactant, there’s very little bubble/lather and no foam at all. I am one of those people who wants LOTS of foam and lather if...

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My bloody big (not really) ice cream

Being lactose intolerant is hardest in the summer – ice cream – and the winter – egg nog – and those lactase tablets do nothing for me (and yes, I’ve tried the Ultra Lactaid with no success). So Raymond went on a quest to find an iced treat I could enjoy without the agony and...

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