August 11, 2020
Should you choose a lotion that feels fantastic and soothes your skin? Absolutely. Feeling bad about the sometimes harsh and hard to pronounce ingredients? Worry about your family's safety? Never fear. We're here to help. Here at Kitchen Witch, our goal is to create luxurious products with simple, clean ingredients. Where possible, we source our ingredients locally. We go see the beehives, meet the farmers, and grow many of our favorites in our organically managed herb and veggie gardens. We have included the big, often hard to pronounce names required on cosmetic labels for clarity.
**This list is a work in progress. Please check back, and contact us if you have questions about an ingredient or product.
Cetyl Alcohol: This is not alcohol like you would drink or use for sanitizing. Cetyl alcohol thickens products, is a co-emulsifyer, is mildly emollient, has moisturizing properties, and can help with foam and lather.
Cetearyl Alcohol - Again, this isn't something you would find at a bar. Maybe a beauty bar. Cetearyl alcohol is the love child of cetyl alcohol and stearyl alcohol.
BTMS-25: BTMS is a conditioning emulsifier used in hair and skin care. Easy on hair and skin, and derived from Colza oil (Colza (Brassica napus) seed oil).
Isopropyl Myristate: An emollient that packs a punch. Isopropyl myristate enhances the penetration of other ingredients, softens skin, locks in moisture, thickens products, and acts as a lubricant. Perfect for normal to dry skin and common in many beauty products. Makes products heavy in oils feel silky rather than oily. Not suited for acne-prone skin in large amounts.
Aloe Vera Gel
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August 11, 2020