Instead of using 3 cups of seaweed to get a strong concentrate of the antioxidants that occur naturally in seaweed, simply use a few teaspoons of seaweed extract to achieve the same results. They're fabulous in lotions, soaps and liquid soaps. Try these Easy Extract Recipes.
Aloe is renowned for it's ability to heal, moisturize, and sooth irritated, inflamed, or sunburned skin...click to read more
Avocado Extract has moisturizing properties can help with dry hair and scalp...click to read more
Sea Buckthorn Extract is used for it's nourishing effects and an aid to sensitive and easily irritated skin...click to read more
Calendula Extract: Traditionally, Calendula has been used to sooth sensitive or irritated skin. This plant is also used as a rinse to lighten hair or ...click to read more
Carrot Extract is high in vitamin A and E. It is long used for hair conditioner additions and skin care products, especially for dry winter skin, mature and aging skin...click to read more
Chamomile Extract: Chamomile Extract is used as an anti-inflammatory and also as a mild sedative. Use it in sleepy-time cream, night time baths or pulse ...click to read more
A great addition to any deodorant product, especially for lingering body odor...click to read more
Use Dulse in your handmade skin and hair care recipes for its natural antioxidant properties and ...click to read more
Long known as a natural anti-inflammatory, Evening Primrose works wonders to soothe skin dryness, itchiness, and redness...click to read more
Grapefruit Seed Extract - Grapefruit Seed Extract (commonly referred to as GSE) is normally used as an antioxidant to help prevent rancidity in lotion ...click to read more
Green Tea has natural antioxidants (called catechins) that help fight damage caused by free radicals...click to read more
Mallow Extract helps to soften and promote healing of irritated skin...click to read more
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