5 Things To Avoid In Bath, Beauty and Body Products


If you've ever looked at the ingredients list on a bottle of shampoo or a tub of lotion, you know it can be very confusing.  Do you know what things you should avoid in bath, beauty and body products?

Here's a list of the top 5 ingredients to avoid, including how they will be listed, why you should avoid them and what products they are typically found in.  {link will take you to our store website}


Make Your Own Products:
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7 comments:

Elizabeth Hart said...

Your blog has quickly become my favorite. I'm in the process of infusing oil for the first time thanks to your inspiration. I am wondering though, since I am a lifetime bubble bath addict . . . what would you recommend (or do you sell anything) for bubble or foaming baths?

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Thanks so much Elizabeth!! I am currently testing some bubble bath recipes that, if they work, I will post on this site soon. :) The store bought version is definitely full of nasty chemicals. The companies I buy ingredients through make a foaming bath base but it has some questionable ingredients in it so I'm not comfortable selling it or recommending it.

Elizabeth Hart said...

Great - this is something I'd like to purchase as making it would be way out of my league. :-)

Michaele said...

Amen to all of this. We make and sell many of these same products.

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

It can be very confusing, can't it Michaele? Hooray - happy to hear you're making and selling natural products too! :)

daisy g said...

Not only are your products wonderful, you share your recipes for those of us who want to give it a go.
Thank you for your generous spirit.

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

Aw, thanks Daisy!!