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Make Your Own Preservative Free Natural Cosmetics With 21 Ingredients

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Make Your Own Preservative Free Natural Cosmetics With 21 Ingredients

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Make Your Own Preservative Free Natural Cosmetics With 21 Ingredients

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Are you ready to go green with your skin and haircare? Take control over what goes into your personal care products and make your own!

This 180 page e-book is a complete beginners guide to making quality skin and haircare products using easy-to-source, inexpensive ingredients.

With a total of 21 ingredients, you will be equipped to make an entire collection of personal care products including

  • face cleansers

  • skin tonics

  • masks

  • hair cleansing

  • hair rinses

  • hair conditioning

  • bath & body products

  • deodorants

  • serums

  • butters

  • balms

Every ingredient has been carefully selected for effectiveness, multi functionality, easy accessibility, and reasonable cost.

Every formula has been tried and tested to ensure a successful result – even for absolute beginners. If you can follow a recipe, then you can make the products in this book.

Using pure, natural, locally sourced ingredients to make your own cosmetics gives you the greenest, cleanest skin and haircare with the smallest carbon footprint.

Even though there are no added preservatives, the products in this book are formulated to have a shelf life of several months. The only exception to this is a few fresh food masks (which are made for immediate use and maximum skin-loving benefits).

You probably already have most of the necessary tools and equipment for making these items in your kitchen.

Are you ready to go green? You don’t even have to wait for shipping - delivery is immediate after purchase!

Want to learn more first? Please scroll down for more detailed information about what’s in this book.

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Handcrafted Luxury

You might be wondering if handcrafted cosmetics means you will be compromising on quality. You won’t. I’m betting your skin and hair will thrive using the products you make yourself. You may even decide you never want to go back to using commercially made cosmetics. (That's what happened to me, and it's been quite a few years now) 

Perhaps you are looking to get back to basics, are curious about whether ‘going green’ is right for you, or just want to try your hand at making a few products. Whatever your reason, I am convinced you will find making your own cosmetics rewarding and beneficial for your skin, hair, and even your pocketbook.

This book is 100% beginner-friendly, but also useful for more experienced artisans interested in working with preservative-free formulas.

  

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A New Take on Deodorant - 100% Botanical and Preservative Free

The deodorants in this book were developed to accommodate the countless requests I have had for a natural, preservative-free deodorant that provides all day protection.

No small order, but I believe I have fulfilled everyone’s requirements. They have all been trialled by a small group of willing (family and friend) testers where they provided an average deodorising time of 14,5 hours – even through an unusually long heat wave. 

The deodorants in this book are 100% botanical, easy to make, well tolerated, and can even be applied directly after shaving without problem.

The shelf life of these deodorants is approximately 6 months. 

 

A Complete Course in One Book 

This 180 page E-book is a complete introduction to making your own natural cosmetics. You will learn how to source and recognize quality ingredients, how to handle them for optimal shelf life, how to make your own alcohol-free tinctures, how to substitute with vegan alternatives, skincare tips, detailed instructions for use, and much more.  

The book is richly illustrated and includes 39 unique tried and tested formulas with 12 easy-to-follow how-to's, a complete description of every ingredient (and even a few extra). There are tips sprinkled throughout to help you get a successful result with every product you make.

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Make Your Own Preservative Free Natural Cosmetics with 21 Ingredients Features

  • 180 pages

  • 39 unique formulas 

  • 3 easy-to-make effective and 100% botanical deodorants

  • 12 easy-to-follow how-to’s

  • How to Find and Recognize Quality Ingredients

  • Tincture Calculation Charts and Examples

  • Preparation Tips

  • Formulas for different skin types

  • Vegan Wax Alternatives

  • Substitutions for those with nut allergy

  • Glossary

  • And even more - scroll down to see the entire Table of Contents!

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Table of Contents

INGREDIENTS
Quality is Key
The 21 Basic Kit Ingredients
Where to Shop
Where Not to Shop

KNOW YOUR INGREDIENTS
CLAYS
Kaolin
Rhassoul

BUTTERS
Cocoa Butter
Shea Butter

OILS
Castor Oil
Sweet Almond Oil
A Note About Nut Allergy
Coconut Oil
A Note on Comedogenicity, Coconut Oil, and Clogged Pores
Fractionated Coconut Oil
Jojoba

WAXES
Beeswax
Vegan Waxes

GRAINS & FOODS
Vinegar
Salts
Oats
Make Your Own Ground Oats
Almond Meal
Make Your Own Almond Meal
Raw Honey
How to Identify Raw Honey

HERBS    
Calendula
Chamomile
Cleavers
Lavender
Peppermint
Rosemary
Sage

Additional Useful Ingredients
A Note About Vitamin E
A Note About Essential Oils

PREPARATION
Good Manufacturing Practice
Equipment List
Measuring Ingredients
Weight vs Volume
Why Weigh Liquids
How to Measure Liquids by Weight


VINEGAR TINCTURES & INFUSIONS
Making Vinegar Tinctures and Infusions
Batch Calculation Guideline
Infusion Times and Method
Monitoring the Mixture
Infusion Tips
Knowing When to Strain
Straining Tips
Bottling & Storing
Infusion with Dried Lavender
Tincture with Fresh Rosemary


CLEANSERS
Raw Honey Morning Cleanser
Lavender Cleansing Powder
Chamomile & Calendula Gentle Cleanser
Almond & Oat Exfoliating Cleanser
Using a Cleansing Powder
Not Just Water
Make it a Mask
No Soap Cleansing Nuggets
Using Cleansing Nuggets
Oil Cleansers
Oil Cleanser: For Normal Skin
Oil Cleanser: For Oily and Problem Skin
Oil Cleanser: For Dry and Mature Skin
Using an Oil Cleanser
Oil Cleanser Toning Massage
Gentle Cleansing Balm


SKIN TONICS
Tonic Kit
Herbal Pouch How To
Pure Lavender Skin Tonic
Calming Chamomile Skin Tonic
Refreshing Herbal Skin Tonic

MASKS
Honey & Almond Skin Smoother
Nourishing Herb & Yoghurt Mask
Fresh Strawberry Vitamin Injection
Fresh Kiwi & Mint Skin Booster
Fresh Cucumber & Sage Cooling Mask

HAIR
Lather Free and Beneficial for all Hair Types
Coconut Conditioning Pre-Wash Treatment
Rhassoul Hair & Scalp Cleanser
Hair Cleansing Kit
Wash Method
After Coconut Treatment Wash Method
Hair Rinse
Rosemary Hair Spritzer
Herbal Hair Booster
Golden Chamomile Hair Rinse
Conditioning Hair Oil
For Normal Hair
For Oily Hair
For Dry & Textured Hair
     
BATH & BODY
Oatmeal Scrub Bags
Herbal Therapy Bath Tea    
Herbal Bath Salts
Zesty Sage Body Scrub
Body Oil: Normal Skin
Body Oil: Sensitive and Dry Skin
Body Oil: Oily Skin


DEODORANTS
Foraging for the Star Ingredient
Deodorant Making Tips
Peppermint Deodorant
Herbal Deodorant
Lemon & Lavender Deodorant 


SERUMS, BUTTERS & BALMS
Easy All-Purpose Balm    
Soothing Oat Balm    
Face Serums
Face Serum: Normal Skin
Face Serum: Dry Skin
Face Serum: Oily Skin
Body Frappé
Solid Body Lotion
Luscious Lip Balm


SOURCES
Glossary of Cosmetics Making Terms
Where to Find Ingredients
Links to More Information
References

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Would you like to know a bit more? The story about how this book came about is explained in detail at LisaLiseBlog right here.