• What Are The Benefits Of Stearic Acid?

    You may have heard of stearic acid being used in certain everyday products such as candles and even medicine. However, stearic acid is also a growing discovery in the world of facial skin care. What is Stearic Acid? Stearic acid is a naturally-produced, non-synthetic fatty acid. You can find it some plant and animal derivatives. …

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  • What Are The Benefits Of Sunflower Seed Oil?

    With so many different kinds of facial moisturizers hitting the skin care shelves, how can you know what ingredients to trust? Do the manufacturers just use “sunflower seed oil included” because it sounds healthy and organic? Let’s take a much closer look at sunflower seed oil. What is Sunflower Seed Oil? Sunflowers can only be …

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  • What Are The Benefits Of Emulsifying Wax?

    The number of ingredients that go into our facial moisturizers is fascinating. And in your pursuit of healthy skin and a healthy body, it’s always good to be extra careful with what you apply on your face every day. This time, let’s tackle a seemingly vague ingredient that seems to pop up everywhere, and look …

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  • How to Choose the Right Perfume for Your Body Chemistry

    Have you ever been offered a perfume-tester by a lady in the mall, loved the scent, and bought it on the spot? Have you ever regretted it later? Or sometimes we are given cologne or perfume by a close friend, but we end up not liking the scent. Is there really such a thing as …

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  • What Does Glycerin Do for Your Skin?

    The more the skincare industry grows, the more we learn about what really is or is not healthy for our skin. One of the recent catch-words on product labels is “glycerin-free.” Of course, we want to avoid this chemical because we know it is unhealthy, not just because it’s the latest trend. So here we …

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  • What is Perfume Oil?

    Maybe we are a bit conditioned by television-watching, but everyone knows that perfume should come in a spray. How else can you spritz it into the air and walk into it, or apply it quickly to your neck and wrists? It’s a strong image and makes sense. However, using perfume oil instead is a practical, …

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