Subscriber exclusive: Duplicating DHC Velvet Skin Coat (part two)

Duplicating DHC Velvet Skin Coat (part two) $1+ patrons Sep 29, 2016 at 8:40am Yesterday we took a look at how to start a duplication of the Velvet Skin Coatby getting the ingredient list, looking at each ingredient, and figuring out what was really important. Today, we’ll take a look at the next two steps...

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Subscriber exclusive: Duplicating DHC Velvet Skin Coat (part one)

Duplicating DHC Velvet Skin Coat (part one) $1+ patrons Sep 28, 2016 at 12:13pm Mollie suggested we take a look at this product and see if we could duplicate it. It’s a skin primer that can be worn alone or underneath make-up. It minimizes the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and helps make-up glide...

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Newbie Tuesday: Did you make facial cleanser? What did you think? (part two)

Let’s take a look at a few more comments about the facial cleansers you made last week based on this recipe or this recipe. (If you missed part one of these comments, please click here and see what your fellow readers are saying!) And look for part three shortly, too! Susan writes: Thank you for the Face Cleanser recipes – I … Read more

Newbie Tuesday: Did you make facial cleanser? What did you think? (Part one)

Last week, we made a facial cleanser, then modified it by adding humectants and cationic polymers. This week, we’re talking about our recipes and how we could modify them to be more awesome for our skin type. Please join the conversation by commenting here, on the other posts, or by emailing me at sjbarclay@telus.net Carol … Read more