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Bar soap vs. Liquid soap

Bar soap vs. Liquid soap

There's evidence of soap right back to 2800 B.C. Originally ashes and animal fats were combined and it was commonly used for treating skin diseases and for washing. There's a fantastic article here about the history of soap. Much of the concern surrounding bar soap is the idea of bacteria living on the surface. Studies show that this needn't be a concern - even if bacteria is present on bar soap the evidence shows that transmission is highly unlikely - this article sums it up. Liquid pump dispensers can also harbour bacteria, though as long as you wash your hands thoroughly and...

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How to use Powder Face Wash

How to use powder face wash...

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How to use Wax Melts

Wax Melts

How to use wax melts...

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I do the research so you don't have to.

I thought it might be a good idea to go through some of my ingredient and packaging choices and give you a clearer understanding as to why I choose what it use. Wax melts  My melts are made from a blend of coconut & rapeseed waxes. Rapeseed is commonly grown in the UK and mixed with coconut gives a really great wax for making wax melts. I choose to avoid soy for these as, whilst soy is still a plant based wax, the amount of soy we humans (and the animals we feed as livestock) consume is ridiculous. It takes...

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The Legal Stuff - What are the rules for selling cosmetics?

A rough guide on what you need to do before you can sell cosmetics.

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