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The information on this site is meant to supplement, not replace, proper training in working safely with Sodium Hydroxide (Lye) and cosmetic chemicals. Before practicing the skills described in any of the recipes, ensure that you have educated yourself on the proper safety procedures including treatment of any injuries caused by lye exposure.
A couple of good resources for learning about lye safety are:
- cdc.gov – Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards – Sodium Hydroxide
- sciencelab.com – Material Safety Data Sheet – Sodium Hydroxide
Cosmetic chemicals such as preservatives, cosmeceuticals, and fragrances carry their own risks and should be handled with care and treated as if they were a poison. This means that they should not be applied to skin in an undiluted state, they should be stored safely and properly and disposed of properly. Take care to protect your skin and eyes when using them.
With all chemicals, take extreme care to keep children and pets away while you are using them, and make sure you store them in a place inaccessible to them.
Many different people are allergic to many different things, and the products on this blog are no exception. They often contain nut oils, chemicals, and many things that people can be allergic to. It is recommended that you do not use these ingredients if you have allergies to them, or your intended recipient might have allergies. If you are unsure about an allergy, it is recommended that you do an allergy skin patch test prior to using any product.
By making any of the recipes shared on this site, you assume your own responsibility and liability for working with the raw materials, or using the resulting product.
The author is not a medical doctor and the recipes on this blog are not intended to treat, cure, or heal any condition or disease. Any information about plant, chemical, or ingredient properties is purely passed along as folk knowledge for educational purposes only.
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