My thoughts on comments…

Update: After some serious thought, I’ve decided to answer questions and comments as best I can. Please click here to see some things you can do to make it more likely I’ll be able to answer what you ask!  As a note, as much as I love seeing your comments, I’m assessing whether or not...

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Newbie Tuesday on Thursday: We’re making facial products

I asked and you responded – let’s do a Newbie Tuesday series on facial products! Here are the products I’d like to make! – Facial cleanser– Micellar water– Creamy cleanser (like a lotion)– Moisturizer– Toner– Gels of all kinds – toner, serum, eye gel– Serum, including spot treatments We’ll work to create a base. Once...

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Weekday Wonderings: Using solubilizers to produce fragrance or room sprays

Sorry for the silence. It’s been a difficult week as my mom’s health isn’t great at the moment, and it’s kept me away from the computer. Thanks for your patience! In this post, Caprol Micro Express, Sandra asks: I made a spray by using CMB but I found the spray was turned cloudy when the room...

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Newbie Tuesday: Facial products?

I was thinking about resuming Newbie Tuesday in the near future to make facial products, like a moisturizer, toner, or cleanser. I thought we could develop a base recipe, then add some cool extras to it, like cosmeceuticals, extracts, botanicals, and more. What would you think of this idea? Or would you prefer to work on...

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Why do conditioning agents smell fishy? (updated)

Have you ever caught a whiff of a positively charged conditioner like Incroquat BTMS-50 or honeyquat and wondered why it smelled fishy? There’s nothing wrong with the product: You’re smelling the ammonium salt in the cationic quaternary compound! (That N in the molecule above…) Some people can smell it, some can’t. It’s hard to know...

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