• how to make natural make-up remover
    Beginner,  Face,  Tutorials and recipes

    This cleansing oil recipe will give you Pure Velvet skin

    When taking off your make-up is the best part of your day Removing your make-up at night is so important for your skin. It cleanses your skin not only of your cosmetics, but also of all the day’s dust, sweat, and pollution. But we must admit that when it’s late or we’re feeling tired or lazy, we sometimes skip this crucial step. To help us never so much as think of bypassing it again, we decided to work on an oil-based make-up remover recipe. Make-up remover oils, commonly called cleansing oils, cleanse and nourish your skin at the same time. This one will leave your skin as clean and soft…

  • how to make hair mask for curly hair
    Beginner,  Hair,  Tutorials and recipes

    On Your Marks, Get Set, Curl!

    You can whip up this DIY mask for dry, curly hair in just a few minutes! Welcome, one and all, to this fabulous event in “cosmetics sports!” Our valiant ingredients will work together, racing to make a mask for dry, curly hair right in front of your eyes. Their relay can be summed up in three words: efficiency, speed, and ease. No small feat! Oh, the ingredients are moving up to the start line now… Coop Coco is getting ready to fire the gun… And… On Your Marks, Get Set, Curl! Mango butter soars to the front to soften your hair and add shine, with kokum butter and coconut oil…

  • how to make aftershave lotion
    Advanced,  Face,  Tutorials and recipes

    Call a Ceasefire between your skin and your razor with a DIY aftershave

    Bring some peace to your shaving experience! Do you have a love-hate relationship with your razor? You adore how smooth it leaves your skin, but loathe the initial onslaught of redness and itchiness? Well, enough is enough, we say! It’s time to declare a Ceasefire between your skin and your razor, thanks to the work of your new ally: a homemade aftershave! To develop this aftershave recipe, we chose soothing and revitalizing ingredients to ease your skin’s discomfort and help it recover from the attack of the blade. We wanted this lotion to have a very fluid texture so that it would be easy to apply and absorb quickly—an important…

  • How to make soap?
    Soaps,  Tips and tricks,  Tutorials and recipes

    Which oils and butters should I use in my homemade soap?

    Making your own soap: A beautifully complex process Soapmaking is an art—we’d even say a science! Shout out to our workshop la Science du Savon (note that all our workshops are offered in French only)! But even when you’re working from a recipe, soapmaking can be a little challenging at first. So, developing your own cold process soap recipe is definitely no small feat!  First, you have to master the , but there’s a lot more to it than that! The oils and butters you choose will also have a direct impact on your final creation. They influence not only the final colour of your soap—as we explain in this…

  • Beginner,  Face,  Gift ideas,  Tutorials and recipes

    A four-step beard oil

    Today we’re taking a look at one of the least-loved body parts targeted for attention by the cosmetics industry: facial hair! Forget dull, rough, unkempt bristles and imagine a beard or moustache that is soft and shiny – but not greasy – with the help of an oil you can make yourself in just fifteen minutes. Sound good? We’ll tell you how to make it! And if you’re planning to participate in the Movember challenge and proudly sport a moustache to support the cause, you might as well grow one that will be the envy of your peers. And maybe, come December, you’ll decide not to shave it off! A…