Day 6 of 14
For years, I have been creating random products, especially it was meant for myself. That is why every single item here is created with a heart, a desire to own a skincare that I cannot find off the shelf, something that I know it is safe to use and yet effective.
First off, I must clarify that I do not claim my product as organic. The perception of organic is very debatable, at least to me. I prefer to choose ingredients which are unprocessed, as close to their original state as possible. Every ingredient was painfully curated so that the product is satisfactory. I try to use as little ingredient in a product as possible because I believe that LESS is MORE.
Last year, I started to have a strong desire to put them into a range with name and packaging aligned. However, I know something is lacking, a cleanser. I was not pleased with any of the cleanser sold in the market at that point of time and I had been using jojoba oil to remove makeup and any cleanser that I pick in supermarket just to clear the oily feel from jojoba. When I decided that I should make a cleanser, I want a cleanser that incorporate the 2 function.
I have spent time, money on research, source, testing the recipes and getting feedback. It had been a very tough process. I did it, the review from the users said it all.
I have hives, eczema and sometimes both together since I was young. Managing my skin was a very tough challenge for my mum. There were days that I couldn’t go to school, scratched myself till I bled and kept crying.
I have learned the hard way to manage my skin and I started making my own skincare a few years back, taught in classes and realised that many people would love to buy the “DIY” kind of skincare product even though they cannot make it themselves.
Why do I need help?
Even though I have completed a basic skincare range, I realised that there are a lot more for me to do especially the cleansing products for children & adult. I like to use ingredients as close to natural as possible and yet be affordable. Most organic or small batch skincare products are quite expensive at this moment. A lot of fund will be channelled to R&D.
The Facial Wash consist of aloe vera gel, cocamidopropyl betaine, geranium essential oil, glycerine, grapeseed oil, lavender essential oil, vitamin b3 & vitamin b5.
I started working on this product during the 4th quarter last year and I have finally achieved satisfactory result early this year.
Only a little is needed, the solution seems oily but once you rub them with water in your palm, it emulsifies beautifully. The facial wash does not stop at cleaning your skin, but it removes basic makeup in one wash. The skin feels soft and moist immediately after wash.
The Toner consist of aloe vera water, calendula extract, centella extract, frankincense essential oil, geranium essential oil, glycerine, hyaluronic acid, lavender, squalene derived from olive, witch hazel, vitamin b3, vitamin b5, vitamin c & vitamin e
The first version was made in 2016, I have made a revision mid last year and another revision just a few weeks back and I really love the latest version. The skin feels soft and tightened. I am so obsessed with it that I sometimes applied onto my whole body.
Best applied with a cotton pad and when your skin is a little wet.
The Oil consist of avocado oil, coconut oil, evening primrose oil, frankincense essential oil, geranium essential oil, glycerine, Helichrysum essential oil, hyaluronic acid, jojoba, lavender essential oil, marula oil, rosehip seed oil, rosemary essential oil, squalene derived from olive & vitamin e
This is the first product I have made because I couldn’t find anything that works for me in the market. I revised the formula early this year. This oil is so light that it absorbs into the skin quickly.
Best use after toner. I sometimes drop a few drops in the bath tub especially during winter.
Ship out by End June