- Sep 20, 2019
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I linked a Brambleberry kit for beginners. It looks pretty inclusive of what she would need.I would think that most hypoallergenic soaps are fragrance free, and probably gentle, like the Castile suggested above.
for the second, I would send them to the brambleberry’s website for a kit of either method
I think you answered both question really well.I just got two Facebook messages for two different people asking questions that would take me hours to answer and I’m not even sure if I even know the answers to give them.
my first instinct is to point the starter kit friend to Bramble Berry for the kit and YouTube.
Nothing is non allergenic and hypoallergenic is a gray area. People vary on their allergies.I linked a Brambleberry kit for beginners. It looks pretty inclusive of what she would need.
And I found some unscented soaps of mine, a chamomile infused and oatmeal and coconut milk, for them to try out.
I just felt anxious answering either question and needed moral support! Thanks!
It's for my ex sister in law, she is a beautician and also quite artistic. So this may actually be a serious interest for her. I did direct her to Royalty Soaps Beginner Soap making Series on YouTube as well and told her to make sure she gives me a call for advice or questions. But who know, its quite a task to take on. No one just beginning realizes until they are elbow deep!As for the kit, do you know the person who its being gifted too? If its a teen or someone who isn't likely to be interested in learning all about CP, I would point them to mp kits.