Soap & Cosmetics
Date Posted: 14 June 2018
Goat’s milk soap is wonderful for people who have dry, sensitive skin or conditions like psoriasis or eczema. It contains alpha-hydroxy acids which remove dead skin cells, Vitamin A which helps repair damaged skin tissue and helps maintain healthy skin.
Date Posted: 9 June 2018
Bronzer is a make-up staple and has been for a very long time. There might be many different kinds of bronzer and a dozen different formulas but the purpose of bronzer has stayed the same: to give you sun-kissed glow without the UV damage from the sun or
Date Posted: 7 June 2018
One of the most fun parts to applying make-up is applying eye shadow. Eye shadow, when used correctly, can draw subtle attention to the eyes, by highlighting them or can be the centre piece of your entire make-up look. With thousands of companies making a
Date Posted: 5 June 2018
One of the biggest trends in the makeup world today is highlighting.
Author: Valerie Pearson Date Posted: 14 February 2017
This beautiful soap is made from 100% plant based ingredients. It is great for your skin and works wonders on hair as well. We love the way the pink and red hearts turned out just in time for Valentines Day!
Author: Valerie Pearson Date Posted: 24 June 2014
Here at Green Living Australia we do soap making classes for beginners on a regular basis. One of the three soaps you lean in our class is a goat's milk soap.Ingredients:Goat's milk (pasteurized and frozen) 280 gramsSodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda) 120
Author: Valerie Pearson Date Posted: 5 July 2012
Using the recipe already provided in my blog, you can make goat's and other milk based soaps. Simply replace the water with goat's milk when making your lye solution and you will have lovely, creamy, moisturizing soap.Follow the general directions for mak