THE NATURAL CHOICE

 

Take a moment to count the ingredients in the jar of cream sitting on your dressing table.  I have counted over thirty in some commercial creams!

Do you understand the ingredients?

There is a wide variety of animals whose by-products are used in cosmetics and toiletries.  These include the humble Bee, Beaver, Bird, Civet Cat, Cow, Crab, Fish, Goat, Mink, Musk/Deer/Ox, Otter, Pig, Silkworm, Shark, Shrimp, Sheep, Sperm Whale, and more.

Our skin can absorb up to 60% of what is applied to it and a recent survey suggests that the average woman can absorb up to two kilograms of chemicals through her skin every year by simply using everyday commercial skin products.

In contrast, Skindulge creams and lotions are made by hand using just a handful of ingredients compared to those made commercially.  As a result, they are less likely to provoke sensitive reactions. Our bespoke service means that you can choose exactly what goes into our preparations which will suit your own skin and its needs. You can test the results to be sure it doesn’t upset your skin.

Also,  on this post we will add all sorts of ideas and recipes for you to create your own skin care products using ingredients that you can buy easily.

 


11 Comments

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    • skindulge

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    • skindulge

      Thank you for your comments. I am just getting to grips with organising this website. I intend to add a genuine Facebook and Twitter button to the site.

    • skindulge

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    • skindulge

      Thank you for your encouraging comments. It has taken me a long time to get to grips with the website which is why it has not been touched for a long time. I just need to iron out the remaining issues which should be done by the end of ths weekend and then I can crack on with keeping comments and blogs up to date.

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