Monday, October 19, 2009

Clay, more than something for the potters wheel.

French Green clay has the amazing ability to draw and absorb oils, dirt, and bacteria from the skins surface in a gentle way, I have tried others and this clay is the best for sensitive skin.
Once a month or more I make sure to treat myself and my skin to one of the many clay mask recipes I have. You should too! Your pores look better and your skin just feels great.

Going to my RitualBath,
Head Bather

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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The Patchwork Craft show!

I will be at booth 52 outside near Harvey's. Come down to Santa Ana on Nov. 15th from 11-5 and get your holiday shopping done early!

Off to whip up more product!
Head Bather

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Is Butyrospermum paradoxum in your lotion?

Well it should be! It's the scientific name for one of my favorite mosturizers Shea butter. I put it in almost every recipe I make, I love it straight out of the tub too without anything else.

It has been touted as a skin softener, soothing to chaped skin and even has some natural sun protection (anywhere from 0spf to 8spf). This nut butter is grown from trees that are twenty years old or more, in central Africa. It's best obtainted from an organic fair trade source. So try it out today as the air gets drier your skin will glow!

On the road again,
Head Bather

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Aloe Barbadenis Leaf Juice

Found in my body wash bases in the Love and Balance line Aloe has long been used on burns in my family. From the occasional cooking accident to the over baking in the sun that seemed to plague my Floridian teen years, I always keep an aloe plant growing by my door.

Aloe vera is used both internally and externally on humans. The gel found in the leaves is used for soothing minor burns, wounds, and various skin conditions like eczema and ringworm. The extracted aloe vera juice aloe vera plant is used internally to treat a variety of digestive condition