Natural Skin Care

Calling all Estheticians who believe that natural skin treatments and remedies are a must. This is a place to chat and share your experiences and recommendations around the chemical free approach to skin health.  :)

Members: 148
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2018

Discussion Forum

Why did you choose to become a natural skincare therapist?

Of all of the different roads we could have taken in this industry, we were drawn to the natural approach - it's our passion. What was the driving force in your decision: was it personal,…Continue

Started by Zenaida Fiducioso Apr 30, 2014.

Joyous Skin Care- What is the best way to market a new natural skin care line?

  Simple, joyful skin for the new year!Like this page & order before Jan 15, 2014 to receive free shipping & an…Continue

Started by Tanya Gioia Jan 13, 2014.

Nature & Machines 3 Replies

Does any one recommend using electrical modalities (galvanic and ultrasonic, especially) in conjunction with "natural/organic" products?Who here runs a pure "natural/organic" spas (sans machines)? Continue

Started by Cat C. Last reply by Amy Sherman Sep 14, 2013.

Looking for treatment idea for psoriasis 1 Reply

I have a client with psoriasis coming in for an exfoliating bod wrap treatment.  I know I will be using lavender and melaleuca with coconut oil for the moisturizing part, but I am looking for an…Continue

Started by Robin Lemon. Last reply by Amy Sherman Sep 6, 2013.

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Comment by Erica Suppa on November 18, 2013 at 9:23am

Any professional looking for a natural makeup that looks natural?

I am a research scienist as well as a licensed esthetician and have recently created Fresh Faced Skin Care makeup. I designed my makeup specifically for acne-prone and sensitive skin clients.

Many estheticians as well as makeup artists have shown interest in using and retailing this to their clients as well. 

Would any of you be interested in my makeup? 

Comment by Anne C. Willis on March 1, 2013 at 11:23am

Join ASCP and Anne C. Willis, LE, CEO of De La Terre Skincare®  for a  one-hour educational webinar, “The Skin’s Ecosystem” on Monday, March 18th.  This is complementary for members of Associated Skin Care Professionals.

The skin supports a large population of microorganisms. When you become familiar with these natural inhabitants, a fascinating world comes into view. This informative and creative presentation invites estheticians to explore the skin’s ecosystem and the key role microorganisms play in skin health and vitality.

•       Learn what constitutes good skin structure
•       Living and non-living components of the skin's ecosystem
•       The effects of stressors and deficiencies
•       How to approach restoring the skin’s health

Not a member of ASCP but interested in attending the webinar?  Email us! 

Comment by Anne C. Willis on February 25, 2013 at 1:09pm

I'd like to introduce you to De La Terre Skincare.  Our focus is on skin recovery.  Check out for information about our products and for information about our Premier Education program, including Oncology Skin Therapeutics. 

De La Terre Skincare® represents the most refined quality of holistic-organic skin care. Its healing technology eclipses standard personal care products, because our advanced formulas focus on rebuilding skin's natural defense and activates its natural biorhythm; providing measurable results for optimal skin health and natural beauty.

Comment by Susan Nathan on January 17, 2013 at 6:16pm

I am happy to provide information on a nutrient-based line of skin care products from Nutrient Skin Care.  These products are definitely active without over-stimulating the skin.  A good introduction to the line is Nutrifoliant Nutrient Exfoliation Powder.  Use it with any cleanser to cleanse, exfoliate and nourish in one application.  Use daily for gorgeous skin.  GUARANTEED.

Susan Nathan, Licensed Esthetician, B.S. Microbiology
Formulator, Nutrient Skin Care

Comment by Zola Nemorin on March 9, 2012 at 7:32pm


I am new to this group.

I have a question: 

What are the requirements to consider a product as being USDA certified?

Comment by Kara Veina Hughes on November 18, 2011 at 10:46am

Hi there! I am part of a spa in HIlton Head Is. Sc, called Ahh Green Spa.  We are the island's first green spa!  We use some great products.  Skin Organics, Bella Lucce, Dr. Bronners.  However, myself and a few clients are having trouble with acne issues.  I think I am allergic to sorbic acid which is a natural preservative in most of my products.  I tried over the counter organic products but nothing is helphing.  Currently, I am using the Clean Start program in Dermalogica (not helping either!).  I am 30 and frustrated!! I have never had issues this bad with products.  Any suggestions on some great makeup?  I prefer liquid and I break out from Bare Minerals :(  I am also trying to find a great professional organic/natural strip wax.  Any help would be great!!  Thank you!

Comment by Holly Green Langley on October 25, 2011 at 6:51pm
Comment by Raquel Solis on October 25, 2011 at 4:15pm
wow...where can i get this fantastic oil?
Comment by Tara Carson on October 12, 2011 at 4:10pm
Does anyone have any experience with using olive oil on the skin? I have read it can be very soothing and hydrating and really would like to try it, but I wanted to see what other's experiences were with it first.
Comment by Tara Carson on September 7, 2011 at 10:34am
Hi Heather! Thank you so much! I just looked up colloidal oatmeal online and found a way to make it yourself at home....even better :-) What brand do you use?

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