I’ve been at it again, messing up my kitchen, filling my house with fragrances, and overflowing my dining room table with finished products! I wouldn’t change a thing about it though — I am having so much fun!
This weekend I managed to make 5 things: Telangyn Peptide Lotion, Gladback Collagen Facial Serum Spray, Oatmeal Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter, Facial Clay Masks, and Body Balms.
I think I am done now with making everything for my sister’s birthday visit, but I keep thinking of more things to make. Good thing there is only one more weekend left before I see her because I am running out of room!
Continue reading “Let the Good Times Roll!”
Wow, that went fast. I guess I was busy, but I enjoyed every minute of it.
In usual fashion, here is a round-up of my weekend crafting adventures. Continue reading “4 day weekend is kaput. Here is my (long) weekend round-up post.”
I generally have a dislike for putting oil on my face, so a serum (at least an oil based one) is not something common coming from me. I do, however, have aging skin which could benefit very much from some additional help to give a more youthful appearance. Continue reading “Free Recipe: Anti-Aging Oil-Based Facial Serum”
Inspired by a facial toner I saw on SwiftCraftyMonkey’s site (here), and having recently acquired some niacinamide powder, I wanted to try to create some products for my poor husband who suffers from “redneck”.
This is not the kind of stereotypical “redneck” that some husbands suffer from (ahem), but actual red neck caused by sun damage over years and years of exposure to UV rays.
Now, my husband likes everything unscented, and in this case, it is wise to keep this product unscented, as perfumes can aggravate redneck (honesty, I don’t know what the condition is called, but his neck is red, so I call it redneck). He also has oily skin and can’t tolerate oil based products, so I knew it had to be oil-free. Sounds like a challenge to me! Continue reading “Redneck – A Niacinamide Serum Spray and Oil-Free Lotion”