Organic Estheticians

A forum for info about using organic, and raw skin care for your esthetic practice.

Location: Crystal River, fl
Members: 22
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2014

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Fans of oranic, raw , green skin care welcome home!!

Fortunately for greenies out there the skin care and spa business has given us great products to work with without contaminating our clients with toxic laden chemicals. Did you know the average…Continue

Started by felicia medlock blair Oct 24, 2011.

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Comment by Amy Sherman on January 9, 2014 at 10:31am

Started using safflower oil on my clients faces and WOW!!!!! What a huge difference in their skin in just a week!

Comment by Amy Sherman on September 16, 2013 at 11:20am

does anybody have any great recipes to share? How do you deal with liability?

Comment by Kara Veina Hughes on August 27, 2013 at 12:53pm

Can anyone suggest professional organic face peel lines?  Thanks!

Comment by felicia medlock blair on August 18, 2013 at 10:43am
I just discovered a really great organic skin care line handmade by a esty in California called Dawn Lorraine conscious skin care. She has professional back bar products and enzymes and organic peels. Also no minimum opening order. Handcrafted by women in the USA!
Comment by Sayra Hill on August 21, 2012 at 3:00pm

Clients today are clamouring for natural ingred. and there is no reason to give them what they need and want!  We all know natural ingred. take longer to see results but the results are more dramatic, experiments have proved this.  I have seen beautiful results time and again in my own client's skin! And on my own skin too!  The educated consumer knows man made chemicals, when placed on the skin, enter their blood stream through the skin and may affect their health.  There are countless natural ingred. we can choose from that improve the health of the skin.  I use fresh herbs and their juices from my garden and sometimes powdered in masks and other treatments and depend on their essential oils to heal, improve cell turnover, moisturize and to calm inflamation.  At the same time my clients enjoy the aromatherapy helping them to calm and renew their minds and souls.  Many oils for massage act as a fabulous carrier oil to help essential oils penetrate deep into the epidermis.  Some of you may not realize but the oils that herbs produce are actually present in the plants to help heal and protect the plant! 

Comment by Patience on July 8, 2012 at 8:01am

Hey Felecia,

I'm no longer at Cutting Edge in Ocala. My family just moved to Sarasota. I have just started with a spa here that uses Eminence. Are you still using this line? So far I like it, just still trying to learn all the products.

I hope that you are doing well at the CR location. I've sent a couple clients your way and will continue to do so. We do have family in the area so I may need a massage (aka an escape LOL) when I come through your way.


Comment by felicia medlock blair on February 2, 2012 at 2:30pm

Hi everyone, I am going to update with some new preservatives that are approved Ecocert and all other organic orgs. I am also studying skin care formulating like crazy and I have made some really cool discoveries.

I think this will be the wave of the future, to make our own products, for retail and backbar. It is amazing what small artisan skin care formulators like myself have access to now in terms of raw materials in small quantities. All the peptides, skin lighteners, actives, etc.

I will go into detail soon. Am very busy at the spa. Keep watching!!


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