Do you suffer from acne, wrinkles, oily skin, or psoriasis?
Have you tried every product on the market? Are you tired of spending big bucks on what big business says you need to buy to solve your issue?
What if I told you that you can find relief for your skin care problems on your terms? You can make your own medicated soaps to soothe your skin and improve your appearance.
Everyone deserves to feel good about how they look The journey of acceptance and self-love begins with being content with how your skin looks and feels.
It's all about being healthy, not vanity.
The first step in this process is to properly care for you skin- from choosing the right products to developing a good daily routine.
About two years ago, I started to notice that I was developing little lines along my forehead. I had struggled with acne for years as a teenager, which led to me having some scarring on my face, too.
I was tired. Tired of buying what big pharma told me to buy to fix my face. I was tired of dealing with my ever changing skin care needs as the years went by. I was tired of this entire process feeling like it was out of my control.
So I decided to do something about it.
I began researching medicated soaps, what their ingredients were, what was natural and safe- and what wasn't.
I started making my own medicated soaps at home in hopes to remedy my own skin issues, on my own terms.
In this DIY Natural Medicated Soaps at Home book, I share what I learned through my initial trial and error research. I share with you the science behind most medicinal soap ingredients and how to target and treat those pesky skin care issues that can affect how you feel about yourself.
I also examine a list of Common Natural Ingredients and what they are used for. We also explore some Holistic Soap Remedies.
Throughout the entire book, we'll talk about commonly used natural ingredients and how you can use them in creating your own medicated cleansers.
Don't forget, there are over 20 Recipes in this book that use most of these ingredients.
I show you to make a soap to target your specific skin care needs. I even have a recipe for homemade, organic baby wash