Black Raspberry Vanilla Goat Milk Soap

Black Raspberry Vanilla Goat Milk Soap nurtures your skin while the fragrance oil sparks your senses with a mystic black raspberry vanilla fragrance. In my Fiesta collection, Black Raspberry Vanilla is a synthetic fragrance oil that sparks fun, festivities, and folly throughout your senses. Enjoy ... Happy Holidays, Pat Allen, Soap Maker PS Let me …

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Gift Packaging

Our gift packaging is simple yet elegant. It's easy to package for mailing and light weight. Our signature Cello Bag packaging comfortably holds three bars of soap (your choice, visit my website for selections). I then slip the soaps inside a clear cello bar for the glam part. A signature tag is attached for your …

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Let me mail your gift for you

If you're behind schedule, let me mail your gift to your friend. All you gotta do is select from my goat milk bath and beauty products, order from my website, then send me an email with the address. Piece of cake. For now, take a look at my Gourmet collection. This delightful Eucalyptus Energizer soap …

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Healthy Skin Naturally: Skin Structure, its dermis and subcutaneous layers

Welcome to the second section of Chapter One of Naturally Healthy Skin by Stephanie Tourles. The dermis layer consists of two layers: The papillary binds the epidermis and dermis together. Papillae are the ridge-like projections that make up your finger prints. Containing capillaries and nerve ends, the papillae are super-sensitive to touch stimuli. The reticular …

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Healthy Skin Naturally: Skin Structure, the epidermis

Welcome to the first section of my discussion on Ms. Tourles' book, Naturally Healthy Skin. As mentioned previously, I've divided my discussion of this chapter into three sections. For me, learning happens faster if I digest smaller bits at a time. It's important that I learn the new terminologies and their functions. Skin structure, the …

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Reading Naurally Healthy Skin

Chapter One of Naturally Healthy Skin by Stephanie Tourles discusses the structure and function of skin. Knowing what our skin is and does is a perfect place to start. After reading this chapter I felt that I wanted to know more. So I went to Wikipedia as an alternative research reference. It’s easy to get …

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Learning how to care for your skin — naturally

I'm always looking for ways to improve my goat milk bath soaps and beauty lotions. I do this by reading, and reading, and reading. Dozens of books and articles on skin care surround my desk. Emails clutter my desktop because they have skin care tips that I want to pass on to you -- my …

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Photos of soap making

Ingredients must be weighted for accuracy. Oils must be melted so they will blend together. Frozen goat milk and lye in early stages of blending. Always wear protective gloves and eye ware. Mixtures do get HOT. Final stage includes a water bath so the two pails will cool within 5 degrees of each other. Ingredients …

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Soap Gentle Enough for Your Mother’s Skin

Many of you have asked: "What's in this soap that will help my ________?" Fill in the blank. Everyone has issues with their complexion, their elbows, ankles, heels, face or their dry skin. Personally, I have light skin that sunburns easily. But first I freckle, Hey, I like my freckles so -- bring 'em on. …

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Gift Wrapping Compliments Gift

Gift wrapping has more delicate variations than I had ever imagined. From paper embossing, color theory, ribbon texture to tag font design; each nuance builds upon the other to create a special gift for your loved one. After quite a bit of research, I am amazed at how much attention each component receives. Please join …

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