It started with the inside now lets look at the outside with the Organic Skin care Product.
From this page I will list articles on information on organic skin care products and the organic skin care products manufacturers and organic skin care recipes you can make at home.
This video will get you started...No info, but gives you the idea that you can do it too!!!!!
With a 39 percent increase in organic skin care products this year over last. What will next year bring? Well lest start with your help. If you are using a organic skin care products leave me a note about the product and the manufacturer you like.
With many countries having some kind of regutation on being able to put Organic on the lable of skin care products should help in making sure what is on the front lable will be on the back ingredients list. Now you can do a lot of research on what is in it. That is why I look for the articles and the ingredient info to better help you. For Wayne'r if I make it I know what is in it. And I will look for companies that sell certified organic ingredients and products. Wayne'r is looking for the organic skin care products manufacturer. Do you make your own products or do you work for a manufacturer that sells organic skin care products? I would to list your information here. The more information the better!!
Organic Skin Care Products Manufacturer
I just finished reading my first book on organic skin care.
How to Make Your Own Organic Cosmetics
This book is big on Soaps and Perfums. See the Book Review by Wayne'r......
Skin Care Book Review by Wayne'r
New Organic Skin Care Recipes To Treat Various Ailments Naturally
By Louise Forrest
Whether it is a tired eyes, wrinkles, insect bites or burns, there are times that things can happen to your skin. With the following organic skin care recipes and tips, you can treat various ailments naturally, leaving behind many of the man made pollutants that are absorbed into our bodies through most over the counter aids.
Recipe #1: Mix 1 drop of organic almond essential oil and 2 tablespoons baking soda and 4 tablespoons of distilled water to form a paste. Apply to bite and let sit for 20 minutes, rinse with warm water and pat dry
Recipe #2: Mix 8 ounces distilled water with 2 tablespoons Epsom Salt. Apply compress made of a wash cloth soaked this mixture.
Oily Skin/ Acne
Recipe #1: Make a mask of 1/4 organic apple (cored but unpeeled), 1 organic egg white, 1/2 organic lemon (peeled and all seeds removed), 30 organic Thompson seedless grapes, 4 tablespoons organic watercress (finely chopped). Blend all ingredients on medium for 3 minutes. Apply to face using cotton balls and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
Recipe #2: Mix 1/4 cup organic yogurt (plain) with 1 tablespoon brewer's yeast. The mixture should be runny; if not, add a bit more brewers yeast. Apply to oily zones and let sit for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
Recipe #3: Mix 1/2 cup organic oat flour, juice from 1/2 organic orange, and 1 teaspoon organic honey. Apply to face and let sit for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
Recipe #1: This remedy should be made in advance and kept for times when it is needed. First you will need to create 4 special oils. You will need organic extra virgin olive oil, three airtight, glass jars and 4 fresh organic herbs: calendula, plantain, red clover, and St. Johns Wort.
Let the herbs wilt for one day, then put each type in its own jar and cover the herbs with olive oil. Close the jars and leave in direct sunlight for two weeks. Strain oil to use. Once your oils are made, you will need 1/4 cup of each of your special oils and 1 cup organic beeswax.
Melt the oils and beeswax in a large, microwave safe bowl, pour into an airtight, glass jar and let cool. If the mixture is too runny after completely cooling, you need to add a bit more beeswax and melt again, if it is too thick, add a bit more oil and melt again. Apply to wounds when needed much like you would with ready made antibacterial ointments.
Recipe #2:Soak the area with Epsom Salt dissolved in warm water. This is easiest done by taking a warm bath with 2 cups of Epsom Salt in it.
Recipe #1: Soak the area with Epsom Salt dissolved in warm water. This is easiest done by taking a warm bath with 2 cups of Epsom Salt in it. Because Epsom Salt draws toxins out of the skin and acts as an anti inflammatory, this bath will draw the splinter to the surface.
Recipe #2: Bandage a thin slice of organic potato over the splinter and let stay overnight. Potato draws things out of the skin and the splinter should be to the surface by morning.
Recipe #1: Mix 5 organic cucumbers (pureed) and 2 1/2 cups powdered milk in a bowl. Pour mixture into tepid/warm bath and soak burned areas for 20 minutes. The mixture can be applied directly to the burned skin, if you prefer.
Recipe #2: Soak the burned area with Epsom Salt dissolved in warm water. This is easiest done by taking a tepid/warm bath with 2 cups of Epsom Salt in it.
Grate raw potato and wrap in cheesecloth. Apply to eyelids for 20 minutes, wiping the starchy residue away before applying makeup.
Recipe #1: Cut organic Thompson seedless grapes in half and crush on wrinkles, especially near eyes and mouth. Leave the juice on your face for 20 minutes then rinse with warm water, repeat daily.
Recipe #2: Mash a very ripe organic banana extremely well, apply to entire face and leave for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water
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A Dash Of Nature For Your Skin
By Wain Roy
Can you ever have enough of beauty? The answer, in most cases, would be a ‘no’. That is, perhaps, why the human kind has never stopped its eternal search for ways to look better and healthier. Every age had its own share of beauty treatments; but the old has come to rule again, only to get better now. The very ancient organic skin care regime is back with a bang. It’s this natural way to treat skin that is all the rage across the globe these days and quite deservedly so.
So you may ask, what is wrong with the earlier or still-there skin care products? May be there is nothing wrong with them, but there is nothing good either. Be it skin problems or real-life troubles, natural solutions always have an edge over the synthetic ones. Hence, the growing demand for organic beauty ranges. To underline the essential goodness of nature, organic skin care products are slowly seeping in deep in the skins and hearts of today’s men and women.
The obvious difference between the organic skin care line and the existing synthetic cosmetic range is that the former relies on nature to do the good job, while the latter draws sustenance from the power of chemicals. Given that, wouldn’t it be wise to go organic and flaunt a healthier skin? Of course, it does not await an answer.
Natural skin care products are produced from natural ingredients that grow in nutrient-rich soils. Anything and everything natural—ranging from flowers to roots, plant extracts to natural oils (aloe vera, jojoba, rosemary, olive oil, lavender), etc—would go in the making of these products.
It is often found that the regular synthetic products fall short of the corrective influence on skin, while the natural products show significant results in similar situations. And just in case you are wondering, there is an organic skin care product for every skin type and problem. There is organic skin care for acne, pimples, blemishes, pigmentation, dark circles, wrinkles and more. Keeping in mind all age groups, there are even anti aging organic skin care products, which can oxygenate and revitalize the skin to render a fresh look.
These natural beauty products are not limited to the face; there are body products as well. You will get organically produced shampoos, body lotions, baby oils, soaps and perfumes, along with naturally fragranced toners, cleansers, moisturizers, shaving creams, face masks, lipsticks, blushers, powder, foundation, nail polishes etc. Therefore, you can do just as fine with this range as you have been doing with those chemical-based commercial products. So, why take chances as long as it is about your health and beauty? Treat your skin to the natural elements right away. And once you have tried these and discovered a new ‘you’ in you, rest assured you would not go back to your old beauty range.
Wain Roy is an internet marketing professional expert in various industries like real estate, web design, finance, medical tourism, Canadian pharmacy drug and organic skin care
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I like Milos's tips on organic skin care on what to look out for when you go to buy these skin care products. And most of all Make Your Own Homemade Organic Products.
Here is another good article by Danna Scheider. I like that she gives us a maker for organic makeup, a company called Dr. Hauschka. And we all like Jennifer Aniston a reported fan.
For your Face and Skin Not only are organic skin are products therapeutic, but they are also healthier because they use natural ingredients unspoiled by chemicals or preservatives. Some of the ingredients found in many organic skin care products include organic essential oils, organic vegetable oils, as well as organic herbs from the wild.
The Natural Successor? Here are some good tips on organic skin care by Linda. Although I beleave that you can get organic Alpha-Hydroxy Acids. When we come up whith a good source we will list it. Or if you already have one leave it and I will post it.
Many shoppers only seem to have an abstract understanding of the benefits of organic foods and products on the environment and their health.
Because Your Skin is Precious Organic skin care involves using organic products. The word organic is used to describe food that is grown without synthetic pesticides, insecticides or any other artificial chemical. Organic skin care is the best way to take good care of your skin. Learn how organic skin care can add glow to your skin.
Certified Organic Skin Care vs. Natural Skin Care I did not know that "certified organic skin care" has to meet strict requirements by the certifying body. I do know that there is a lot of room for a company to "Natural" on the lable.