Joined 6 years ago from Sydney, Australia
‘Lee’ Strachan is a licensed architect by profession, an experienced soap maker and workshop trainer, who’s love and passion for 100% natural skin care products started 8 years back when her daughter had skin asthma and had to find natural alternatives to help her daughter’s skin condition. With Lee herself having sensitive skin, she begun to experiment, research, read, study & test various products most especially soaps. Self study, actual experiments and mostly research on every ingredient is important for her. She’d totally embraced the art and science of naturals with the main purpose in mind ‘A product from nature, created with love and passion’.
5 years ago
A step by step tutorial on 'How to make a Face Serum' using floral waters, rosehip seed oil in a light cream base.
13 days ago
This is a step-by-step guide to making a rosehip butter soap bar for skin afflicted with rosacea. Rosacea is a chronic form of acne affecting the nose, forehead, and cheeks, and is characterized by red pustular lesions.
5 years ago
A Shampoo Bar Step by Step Tutorial using fresh aloe vera gel and apple cider vinegar.
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