Argan oil is still by far the best thing that has happened to my face and hair care regimen. If you haven’t tried it, I highly recommend giving it a trial.
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I especially like that this bottle has a treatment pump making it easy to dispense with little or no wastage. A little goes a long way so this bottle should last you ages.
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Calendula and Camwood Baby lotion. Not a great picture... Couldn't get the light right!
This Camwood and Calendula lotion in my mind is a fusion of traditional healing herbs used often for babies. I have made oil infusions of both herbs in the past to use as body and hair oil, as well as in lip balm and other anhydrous body balms.
For this lotion I used a tea of both herbs with Calendula infused sweet almond oil. I like sweet almond oil for baby lotion because it’s a very light oil and it absorbs easily with no greasy feeling. This lotion keeps skin looking and feeling moisturized with no residue left on the skin. Of course I kept a small tub for my own use 😀
Conditioner has been on my to do list for a while. The process is similar to making lotion: water+oils+emulsifier. The main difference however is the type of emulsifier used in conditioner. For want of a better explanation, the emulsifier used to make conditioner is a…. Conditioning emulsifier 🙂 I used BTMS25.
I used jojoba, argan and castor oils in this recipe together with essential oils of rosemary and tea tree so in my opinion, that’s luxurious hair and scalp loving conditioner.
Jojoba Argan luxurious hair conditioner
This conditioner can be used as a daily leave-in as well as regular wash off conditioner. I would still allow it sit in the hair for a few minutes before rinsing off.
I used to be part of a very active soapmaking forum and a fragrance which everybody agreed is a perennial bestseller is this BRV fragrance which I believe was made popular by the company Bath and Bodyworks in America.
I eventually ordered a sample bottle to see what all the fuss is all about and all I can say is that I didn’t waste time in ordering a large 16oz bottle.
The seller describes their own version of this popular fragrance as an enticing blend of blackberries and raspberries, with middle notes of white floral greenery, and bottom notes of musk and vanilla. All these words mean nothing to me (well, except musk and vanilla) but now I know together they mean amazing ❤ .
It smells good in just about everything but my favourite is in leave on products like lotion and fine mist body spray. Yum!
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I’ve been making loads of soap recently because this hobby of mine has inadvertently become a micro business. Although I started blogging to keep a diary of my work, it keeps getting found by lovers of good soap and I’m grateful for that.
This picture was sent to me by one such soap lover 😉 to show appreciation for his batch. Thanks bruv.