Monthly Archives: March 2010
Do you have a skin-care question that I might be able to answer? Post your question as a comment and I might use it as a topic for a an upcoming blog post.
The following is a great natural facial cleanser. This is the variation I use to cleanse my face. Here is the basic recipe: 1 cup dried lavender buds 1 cup dried chamomile flowers 1 cup soap shreds – an all-natural … Continue reading
The list of skin ailments that Shea butter has credited with healing or helping is extremely long. When used in lotions or on its own it is said to help relieve sunburn, minimize wrinkles, prevent stretch marks, heal chapped skin, alleviate dry skin and minimize itching in eczema. It makes a wonderful moisturizing soap when used even small amounts. Continue reading
Oils are great all-natural facial cleansers for dry skin. The following is a list of non-comedogenic oils that you can start out with. Continue reading
Dead Sea salts, mud and the Dead Sea itself have been used for healing a variety of illnesses and creating a general feeling of well-being for thousands of years. I have outlined a few of the reasons why it should … Continue reading
Handcrafted Soaps by Bonnie was established in 2007 out of a passion for making handcrafted soaps. My love for learning and discovery has developed my business into much more than soaps, including bath salts, salt scrubs and various moisturizing lotion … Continue reading
This is a topic that has been on my mind alot and I continue to struggle with whether or not to use preservatives in my products. Preservatives are in a group of chemicals that I try to use minimally. The general function … Continue reading