Subscriber exclusive: Potential duplication for Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleansers (part two)

Yesterday we took a look at steps one and two for duplicating Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser . Today, let’s take a look at steps three and four, figuring out what’s really important in the ingredient list and figuring out how much of each ingredient to use.Step three: Figure out what’s really...

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Subscriber exclusive: Potential duplication for Liz Earle’s Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (part one, analysing the ingredient list)

P Hazel suggested we take a look at this product , so let’s start by looking at the ingredient list and figuring out what each ingredient does. (Linked ingredients will go to my blog unless otherwise indicated with an asterisk!)Click here to see my duplicating process in six steps , or to see the way...

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Weekday Wonderings: How to get a gel without using synthetic ingredients?

In this post, Oil free moisturizer, Tim asks: I’m thinking of formulating a completely water-based soothing moisturising gel using natural/nature-derived ingredients. So far I’m thinking of Honeyquat for the humectant as well as a marshmallow glycerine extract a bit of extra humectant and as the emollient. The rest of it would be something like a … Read more