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How to save Money on Beauty By Using Baby Care Products
13 February 2017 @ 21:18

There are some great baby skin care products which can be used for adult skincare.The great thing about many baby products is that they are very gentle and often PH natural. Skin is very delicate and it is to forget that it is actually the body’s largest organ. The skin works really hard and is exposed to environmental toxins such as fumes from vehicles. It is also exposed to the sun and the sun can cause serious skin damage. Wrinkles can be another skin problem for many people, and they do occur naturally however baby products contain fewer chemicals and are therefore more easily absorbed by the skin.

 Baby products for adult skincare can include baby oil, baby soap and baby skin care lotion.There are other recommended baby products as well such as baby bubble bath which is less drying than adult bubble bath, and baby skin care wipes which can gently remove make-up. 

Baby oil is normally unscented but it can be purchased scented as well. Common scents include chamomile and lavender. Choosing to buy unscented baby oil makes adding a personal scent easy. Baby oil is normally not very expensive so splashing out on a favourite aromatherapy oil, or perfume oil, does not break the bank. It is easy to mix and personalize baby oil.  Dividing up the baby oil into smaller glass bottles and adding an essential oil is a good idea. This creates a personal body oil range and an instant choice of blends. Personally blended oils can also make great gifts. The best bottles to use are glass bottles. They tend to “hold” and preserve the scent the better.

 Baby soap is a good alternative to ordinary adult soap for allergy or eczema sufferers. It is really gentle and does not dry out the skin which is important. Most baby soaps are PH neutral and can be used on the face and on other sensitive areas such as elbows, under the arms and for more intimate use.  

Baby skin care lotion is the big beauty secret major skincare product manufacturers would like to continue to keep under wraps. Many women have discovered this gentle treatment for wrinkles, or mild rashes. It can not only be used on the face but is also great for feet and hands. Once again baby skin care lotion can be divided up into smaller quantities and “personalized”. For the face and neck baby skin care lotion can be blended with essential oil of Myrrh and Lotus. Myrrh is famous for its anti aging properties and is especially good for wrinkles on the neck. Lotus essential oil is another anti aging treatment and gently moisturizes the skin in more sensitive facial areas. It is especially good for wrinkles around the lips. Orange essential oil can be added to baby skin care lotion and used as a foot cream. This oil is good for circulation and slightly anti septic. One of the main advantages of using baby skin care lotion as a hand cream is because it is easily absorbed and mostly non sticky. Essential oil of Geranium makes a good addition to lotion when used as a hand cream as it pleasantly scented and may help to reduce age spots. 

When blending and making personalized skin care products it is worth bearing in mind that making smaller batches is better as this makes sure the products stay fresher.


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