The Big Book of Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health and Home!
Imagine being able to make your own skincare product from herbs, flowers, and other plants sourced from your garden, yard, or wild field nearby. Many are pondering this option. A lot of the store shelf products are laced with harmful chemical and toxic ingredients that will not serve our skin and body in the long run. Plus, a lot of the organic brands are pricey and shipping rates are costly. And with the many Covid complications, many are tightening their budget and choosing to create their own natural homemade skincare products at home for a fraction of the price. Then there are those who choose to live green and holistic lifestyles. But, this requires lots of guidance and the perfect resource is The Big Book of Homemade Products for Your Skin, Health & Home.
Our gardens and backyards are filled with a plethora of plants, weeds, and flowers that can potentially be made into natural and healthy skincare products that are safe to use on our delicate skin. The onset of the book has all the ‘how-to’s’ including *Preserving Herbs and Flowers, *Infusing Oils, *Oils and Cosmetic Butters *Adding Additional Ingredients *Substitution Tips *Preservatives, Antioxidants & Shelf Life *Equipment needed *How to Make Blocks of Beeswax Easier to Use and *How to Measure Beeswax by Volume.
Plus you’ll get a list of plants that you will need to create the included 151 effective recipes.
Some of the recipes you can make include Flower-Infused Clay Cleansing Bar, CHamomile Honey Face Wash, Menthol Chest Balm, Calendula Whipped Coconut Oil, Wildflowers in May Lotion, Vanilla Rose Bath Melts, Mint Lip Scrub, Lavender Oatmeal Soap, Bug Bit Powder, and Peppermint & Parsley Fresh-Breath Dog Treats. All the recipes are infused with love and feature a full-color image and easy to follow instructions. I’m all for natural products and very happy to have to handy resource in my home. Homemade natural skincare and home care products are not the way of the future but are demanded now, today.
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