• Ann

BATH POWDER - Lavender Rose

Updated: Sep 27

Before moving on to the recipe you must know why you need this recipe in your life.

Let’s get to know the basic talcum powder that have been widely promoted and used all over the world. Even by new mothers on their newborn babies.

As I got older I was told that I developed a skin rash after using one of the baby powders as a baby. The powder was the product of one of the leading companies in the world. I have always had a reactive skin and I wish this recipe was known sooner.


So what’s wrong with the talcum powders we use now?


Exposure to and use of talcum powder can cause dangerous and potentially life-threatening illnesses. These illnesses do not just affect women.


Some of the health risks it possesses:


· Respiratory problems in infants

· General respiratory problems.

· Asthma and pneumonia

· Lung cancer and chronic respiratory problems.

· Ovarian cancer.

· Endometrial cancer.

Here is the recipe:


A very simple Four ingredient recipe .


KAOLIN CLAY POWDER:

Kaolin clay or China clay is the most gentle among all the other types of clays used in skin care. Kaolin clay is white and has a very soft texture. It is rich in “Kaolinite,” a type of mineral.Kaolin clay has a neutral pH and is rich in silica dioxide. Compared to other clays (such as bentonite clay), Kaolin clay does not make your skin dry. It is gentle on your skin and makes it soft and healthy. Hence, Kaolin clay is suited for people with dry, sensitive, and mature skin.


CORNSTARCH:

Cornstarch is another great alternative to talcum powder for feminine hygiene uses. Made from corn kernels, cornstarch is totally natural, highly absorbent and helps keep skin cool and dry. Cornstarch particles are slightly larger than talc and have no known side effects or health risks.


Note:

If you are using on infants please do ditch the essential oils.





 

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