Before we go into the subject of eczema, let me explain the common term – Inflammation- to you. What is inflammation? It can simply be defined as the defense response of the body to various infection or harm, like to injuries (the pain, swelling, the itching sensation you feel is inflammation). It can also result […]
Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, which is a crystalline-whitish powder. It contains a lot of antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antifungal properties. Baking soda can combine with virtually any cosmetic ingredients. It is water soluble and it’s alkaline.
Lavender oil is extracted usually from the flowers of the plant by steam distillation. The Latin name is “Lavare” (meaning “to wash”) because of its pleasant aroma. The Lavender oil can perfectly combine with a lot of other essential oils like nutmeg, geranium, sage, clary, pine, etc.
Rosemary, also called Rosemarinus Officinalis, is a culinary herb, and it is in the same family with myrtle, sage, basil, and lavender. Rosemary essential oil can effectively combine with almost all the essential oils out there.
Vitamin E Oil has a lot of benefits for the hair and skin. It can be used for cosmetics formulation from the drugs or the oil. Vitamin E oil can combine with virtually any other oil. Vitamin E Oil is a potent antioxidant that is capable of trapping the oxygen free radicals.
Shea butter is predominantly found in Africa, and it is extracted from the nuts of Mangifolia (also known as Karite tree). Pure shea butter is solid…like ice cream. It can be unrefined (the purest form of shea butter) or refined. Shea butter contains linoleic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, and a lot of skin and […]
Coconut oil is extracted from the meat of the mature coconut. It contains a large portion of lauric acid, myristic acid, linolenic acid, oleic acid, vitamin E, etc. It can be extracted by either cold press or by using heat. The oil of coconut can best combine with other oils for the production of cosmetics […]
Olive oil is composed mainly of triglycerides and phosphatides, glycerol, pigments, etc. It is popularly called “liquid gold.” The oil of olive can be used for a wide variety of cosmetic preparation. Olive oil can blend with a lot of other oils.
Are You Considering Bleaching Your Skin? Let me start on this note: there is nothing wrong with bleaching your skin (at least that is what you want me to write so that you can go ahead, right?). After all, it is your choice, your body, your skin, and your life. And no matter what I […]
If you didn’t read my previous article on pimples and acne, I’ll advise you start with that so that you can fully understand all about pimples. You can SEE IT HERE. In this short article, we’ll consider the treatments for pimples, how to remove blackheads and whiteheads, acne treatments, etc. most of which are home […]