Newbie Tuesday: Making facial cleansers – feedback

You’ve been awesome in sharing your thoughts about the facial cleansers you’ve been making, but I’d like to hear more from you. What do you think of the recipe you made? (Please specify which recipe you made or share if it’s your own version)What do you like?What don’t you like?Is there something you’d like to...

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Newbie Tuesday on Friday: Using botanical extracts in your facial cleansers (part three)

As we saw in yesterday’s post and Tuesday’s post, we can use all kinds of lovely botanical extracts to take our facial cleansers from great to mega-super-lovely-awesome! If you followed the shopping list for this series, you would have purchased rosemary and chamomile for oily skin, chamomile and green tea for normal skin, and chamomile...

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Quick link about snail ick in cosmetics

I had to share this link to Dr Joe Schwarcz’s column on snail secretions in cosmetics as I’m seeing a lot about these products lately. My thoughts? Ewwww, really???...

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Newbie Tuesday on Thursday: Using botanical extracts in your facial cleansers (part two)

Let’s take a look at including some of those extracts about which I wrote yesterday in our cleanser recipes! You can modify any recipe you wish to include them: I’m using the one we modified on Tuesday with the aloe vera. If I wanted to create something for oily skin, my first thoughts are always...

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Newbie Tuesday on Wednesday: Adding botanical extracts to your facial cleansers (part one)

I’m a big fan of using powdered extracts to add some extra oomph to my facial cleansers. They tend to be inexpensive – for instance, $3 to $5 for 10 grams – and we only need a bit to go a long way. Let’s take a look at these botanical extracts and see how they...

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