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Q&A: Which eczema products should my husband use?

question for battyHi Batty,

I am wondering about your eczema products for my husband.  We’ve been told that this is what he has (mostly on his legs) and am curious about the products you offer to help.  The patches are quite large and we have never really been able to get something from the doctor that works.  Any help would be great!

batty's answer

Hi There!

I’d suggest trying out the patchouli moisturizer and the hydra healing gel first. Often times that along with the suggestions I added below, are enough to clear things up.  Your husband can use these two products one of two ways.  Either by applying the hydra gel first, then the patchouli moisturizer over top.  Or by mixing the two products together and applying them at the same time. Both ways are effective.  Apply twice a day or as needed.

If after a couple weeks the patchouli + hydra gel don’t do the trick, I’d suggest adding the eczema ointment into the routine since you mentioned it’s a big area.  To add the eczema ointment into the routine, simply apply the eczema ointment to the area once a day for a minimum of 30 minutes, then wipe off the excess ointment with a warm, damp wash cloth.  Follow up with the patchouli + hydra gel.

Additionally things that can help clear up his eczema faster:

  • Make sure he’s not using any cleansers (soap, body wash, shampoo) that contain sulfates.  These not only aggravate eczema but can cause it in some cases.  You’ll find sulfates listed on ingredient labels in the following way: sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl ether sulfate, sodium dodecyl sulfate, steol-130, 230, 270, 330, 370 or 460, stepanol, alkyl ether sulfate, sodium POE(2) lauryl ether sulfate, and sodium diethylene glycol lauryl ether sulfate.  Basically looking for any ingredients ending in “SULFATE” is a quick way to identify these ingredients (with the exception of steol and stepanol).
  • Eczema has been linked to food sensitivities.  This may or may not be the cause with your husband.  If you’d like to have a look at the most common food sensitivities linked to eczema, have a look at this blog post where I talk about childhood eczema (food sensitivities still apply in adult eczema)… just scroll down to the part in the post that says “extra info & potential causes).  That blog post also lists some of my eczema safe soaps (note that all my products are sulfate free). All my eczema safe products can be seen here.
  • There’s several environmental / lifestyle triggers for eczema that you may or may not have explored yet.  I thought I’d list some of the most common ones I’ve heard from my customers.  These include laundry products (especially fabric softener), dust mites, grass (botanical/plant related allergies), extreme temperatures (like the hot humid weather we’re having here right now), some fabrics (wool and synthetic fabrics, like polyester, seem to be the worst), and increased stress levels.

I hope that helps!

lovebatty purple

Weekly Recap: February 16th – 22nd

Here’s this week’s photo recap! Check out what I’ve been up to (or have at least documented ) since the last recap post!

Pictures are displayed from the oldest to the most recent (dates are included in the description of the picture). If you’d prefer to see my picture updates as they are posted, follow my Instagram feed – that’s where I post these pictures during the week, and then recap them here on the blog once a week.

To see previous photo recaps, check out the “My Week So Far” tag.

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Feeling pretty spoiled.  I could get used to that LOL.  (Feb 16th)

Feeling pretty spoiled. I could get used to that LOL. (Feb 16th)

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Feeling sleepy around here at the moment and Lucy is no exception. (Feb. 17th)

Feeling sleepy around here at the moment and Lucy is no exception. (Feb. 17th)

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A new moon and ash Wednesday in the same day! Many of you know that reviewing, assessing, and realigning is a vibe I flow with during new moons. Today is no exception. I'll be taking a few min at the end of the day to see how things have been going over the past 30ish days and deciding if there's any changes I'd like to make to ensure the next 30ish days are aligned with the path I'm trying to follow. Do any of you do this too? Maybe at the end of the month? Or every quarter? Or every new year? What are you working towards right now?  Oh and our "moon" this time is our ever popular dry clay mask! (Feb. 18th)

A new moon and ash Wednesday in the same day! Many of you know that reviewing, assessing, and realigning is a vibe I flow with during new moons. Today is no exception. I’ll be taking a few min at the end of the day to see how things have been going over the past 30ish days and deciding if there’s any changes I’d like to make to ensure the next 30ish days are aligned with the path I’m trying to follow. Do any of you do this too? Maybe at the end of the month? Or every quarter? Or every new year? What are you working towards right now? Oh and our “moon” this time is our ever popular dry clay mask! (Feb. 18th)

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We’re excited about launching our natural highly pigmented lip gloss!! Do you know someone who’d LOVE to try this out??  (Feb. 19th)

We’re excited about launching our natural highly pigmented lip gloss!! Do you know someone who’d LOVE to try this out?? (Feb. 19th)

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Know of someone who needs help getting started with natural skin care? I’d like to help!! Go ahead, share our detox kit with them! (p.s. if you use this link: http://www.shopbattysbath.com/#!sharing/ you’ll earn BB beauty points and your friend will score a discount). (Feb. 21st)

Know of someone who needs help getting started with natural skin care? I’d like to help!! Go ahead, share our detox kit with them! (p.s. if you use this link: http://www.shopbattysbath.com/#!sharing/ you’ll earn BB beauty points and your friend will score a discount). (Feb. 21st)

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Can you believe it's already the last week of our month long birthday celebration? I don't know about you but this month has gone by so fast for me! I suspect it has something to do with all the exciting happenings at Batty's Bath this month! Not only have we been giving away freebies all month, but we've been releasing new products!  3 of which just got added to ShopBattysBath.com a few hours ago! (Feb 23rd)

Can you believe it’s already the last week of our month long birthday celebration? I don’t know about you but this month has gone by so fast for me! I suspect it has something to do with all the exciting happenings at Batty’s Bath this month! Not only have we been giving away freebies all month, but we’ve been releasing new products! 3 of which just got added to ShopBattysBath.com a few hours ago! (Feb 23rd)

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The extras…

I’m currently watching/listening to:

Watching….

    • The Originals – current season (2)
    • Grimm – current season (4)
    • Haven – current season (5)
    • Supernatural current season (10)
    • The Vampire Diaries - current season (6)
    • 90210 (the new one) – season 2
    • Penny Dreadful - season 1
    • Sleepy Hollow - season 2
    • Side Note: for those of you who don’t know, I fit in so much tv time because I watch tv while packing orders.. in this case, since I’ve been on “holidays”, these shows have been playing in the background while I was doing “behind the scenes” stuff for the biz – like the website update, etc ;)

Listening to:

  • Meghan Trainor - title (full album)

 

Customer Review: Skin Support Serum

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Batty’s Skin Support Serum is made with natural ingredients and is recommended for those who are experiencing skin problems due to hormonal imbalance. Take a look at the break down of ingredients and their benefits below:

  • Wild Yam Root – Helps balance hormonal breakouts and flare ups (such as flare ups of acne, rosacea, or eczema). It’s also an anti-inflammatory.
  • Red Clover Blossom – A blood cleansing and nutritive herb useful in inflammatory skin conditions.
    Chaste Tree Berry – Is the superior hormone balancing herb for women (and as such, it helps balance hormonal breakouts and flare ups)
  • Burdock Root – A gentle yet effective herb for bringing the body back into balance. As an anti-microbial it is used for skin eruptions/blemishes and a variety of skin conditions.
  • Sarsaparilla Root – Traditionally used as part of a “spring clean” or health detox as it is known for being a great blood cleansing tonic. It’s also useful in calming inflammatory reactions (which are often the cause of skin problems!)

BONUS: The Red Clover Blossom also fights acne causing bacteria! If you think bacteria might be the cause of your acne, see this blog post for how to fight it!

Amy sent us this wonderful review of the Skin Support Serum: 

I truly can’t say enough wonderful things about this product. I’m 33 years old and have suffered with hormonal acne for over 13 years now (breaking out under my jaw). I have tried literally everything from the most expensive creams/serums on the market, to treatments at dermatologists offices, peels, etc., and nothing worked for my hormonal acne. I randomly came across Batty’s Bath researching hormonal acne on the internet, and this popped up.

It was worth a try……and I am beyond elated! The serum feels like an alcohol based astringent; however, soaks in quickly, smells good (at least to me), and my flare ups are literally gone by the end of the day (or the next morning).  I plan on purchasing several bottles to share with my friends, and mostly, to never run out.  

My skin has never looked this clear (all month). Thank you Batty! I’m so excited to try more products. Please, NEVER close up shop! This product has saved me!!!!

Thanks for the amazing review Amy!

If you’d like to know more about many benefits of using Batty’s Bath Skin Support Serum click Here.

Want to read other reviews or write your own review on this product? Click Here

 

Q & A: How Do Hormones and Allergies Affect Acne?

question for battyHi Batty,

I’ve been using the acne prone kit (with the add-on’s as well) for about a month & a half now. When I first started I got really bad break-outs for a couple of weeks then it cleared & I was almost blemish free. Then my period came & its break-out city again & worse than last time. Should I keep on with this kit or switch to something else? I’m so tired of all these big zits.

Additional Info Collected By Batty:

Batty: Which add-ons are you using for the kit?
Customer: Acne BOP Serum, Acne BOP Mist, Skin Support Serum & Quick Stick

Batty: Can you give me a detailed explanation of your daily routine (AM & PM plus any other additional info I might need – for example if there’s thinks you do weekly for your skin, please mention that too). Please include all products you’re using and how often you’re using them and in what order.

Customer: I shower in the mornings. I don’t use shampoo, just water wash then I use my own DIY hair rinse which I’ve been using for years (apple cider vinegar, glycerin, water & various essential oils). For styling I use your hair conditioner.
I was using the products as directed on the handout with the kit for my AM & PM skin routine. But found that putting the BOP mist, Serum & patchouli moisturizer was too oily for AM wear. So I flipped it & used the AM routine in the PM.

For the AM I used your P&G soap then an under eye cream by Antipodes, then your facial primer. I would then put on my concealer (W3ll People Narcissist) & my mineral foundation (Haut Cosmetics Bio Mineral Foundation). My blush (100% pure), eyeshadow (Pure Anada), lipstick (various brands: Red Apple Lipstick, Bite Beauty, Lippy Girl) & brow powder (Pure Anada). I use a bit of castor oil on my lashes to keep them lush & then curl my lashes.

Once a week I will steam my face & leave a mask on my face for 1 hr. I alternate masks. I’ve been using your Dead Sea Mud mask as well as your Dry Clay mask. I’ve also used Pure & Simple’s clay mask. To exfoliate after I was using the Tea Tree Scrub but that crashed in my shower & I had another exfoliator on hand so I used that (Pure & Simple Peach Enzyme) instead. If I’m staying home I would do the AM routine. But if I’m going out I would do the Antipodes eyecream, your facial primer & my regular makeup routine as mentioned above.

Batty: How does your skin generally feel? Dry? Oily? Oily in your t-zone only? Flaky? Flaky and oily? Sore? Red?

Customer: My skin feels dry except oily in my t-zone just after I wash my face.  Red spots only where my blemishes are. I have some milia around my eyes from an eye cream I tried but didn’t like (Rosemira). The texture of my skin that isn’t blemished feels smooth. I don’t have any wrinkles yet, though I turned 40 in early May.  Some blemishes feel sore.  I’ve also been getting more ingrown hairs lately on my neck & the left side of my face near the hairline.  When I first started using the kit actually I broke out on both sides of my neck too. Big zits.

Batty: Do you notice that the worst of your breakouts only seem to be happening when your period comes?

Customer: Yes my breakouts come in waves, basically when I get my period. It gets increasingly worse the closer I get to my period then subsides. Though the second time I had my period using the acne prone kit the breakouts were worse & didn’t subside much before my next period came.

Batty: How much time are you spending in the sun?

Customer: Not spending much time in the sun, about 30mins to an hour per day.

Batty: Do you have any known allergies?

Customer: Allergic to dairy, ragweed. And I’ve found I breakout bad if I put anything on my face that contains coconut oil. So I avoid it.

Batty: Where on your face are your breakouts happening the most? Are they mostly happening in certain spots (like chin, or cheeks, etc)?

Customer: Breakouts are happening on the perimeter of my face, jawline, chin, up to the sides of my cheeks. But I also have either a scar or a deep pimple that doesn’t move on my right cheek. It got smaller when I started using your products but during my period would get big again. I can’t seem to get rid of it. I also breakout on my forehead on the left side near my hairline.

batty's answer

Hi There!

So after reviewing the info you sent me I have a few thoughts / suggestions.

You’re using a lot of great (and well formulated) products! Congrats on picking products from brands that have fabulous ingredients! Because of this, I think with a little bit of tweaking to your routine plus lots of internal support, you should get the results you’re looking for.  Based on where and when you’re breaking out, I think the major cause of your breakouts is an internal imbalance of two major systems. I’ll touch on this below.

Continue with the Skin Support Serum (including along your hairline). Use everyday, but only use on your face+hairline every other to every 3rd day. The rest of the time, apply it to another part of your body. - see my ragweed note further down before deciding if this recommendation will work for you or not.

Balance Serum in the PM in place of the BOP Serum- see special note about this further down before making a decision about using Balance Serum.  Reduce your use of the BOP Mist to days when you’re not using the Skin Support Serum on your face.

Skin Support Tea (two cups daily) - see my ragweed note further down before deciding if this recommendation will work for you or not.

Continue using the quick stick with the big zits that you mentioned. You may also want to try this trick. Another trick is to apply a bit of quick stick, then pat some dry clay over top (the clay will stick to the quick stick solution), and leave on either overnight, or for a few hours. Wash off with warm water and a little bit of facial scrub (be super gentle and make sure it’s a scrub that’s also a cleanser – alternatively you can use a facial cleanser + face cloth).

Hair Line: I think you’re on to something here when you said it might be your hair products … although I think it’s what you’re NOT using rather than what you are. I’m thinking that around your hairline, bacteria might be the problem. You’re conquering this issue with the other products you’ve been using for your face, but I’m wondering if around your hairline (both just before and just after), needs something extra to make sure acne bacteria isn’t getting out of control. My suggestion would be to add essential oils with anti-bacteria properties to the hair rinse your use (e.g. tea tree, lavender, peppermint, or citrus oils) and when rising, make a point to focus on that area (massage the rinse into your hairline before washing off).

Internal Causes

Additionally, supporting the internal systems that show visual signs of being out of balance by showing up as skin problems around our hairline, jaw, chin, and cheeks, is highly recommended. These include the Digestive (including stomach) and Reproductive/Hormonal Systems (see the image at the bottom of this blog post). Internal support usually starts with diet changes or supplementation. However each system is different so do some research about how to make sure these systems are working as efficiently as possible for you (as well as how to get and keep them balanced naturally).

You’ll also notice from the skin mapping image I linked to above (the blog post link), that you’re experiencing breakouts in the area that “repressed emotions” can show up as skin problems. To tackle that area, start focusing on emotional well-being and stress reduction. I know that’s easier said than done, but any steps in this direction will help.

Continue to follow the cleansing schedule you’re currently using.  Start mixing Hydra Healing Gel in with your moisturizer. (Mix a little bit in with your moisturizer in the AM, and mix it 50/50 in the PM. Just mix the two in the palm of your hand – they don’t have to be mixed super well – just blended together a bit – they will mix/blend more as you apply the mixture to your face).

Exfoliating is Important

You mentioned an increase in ingrown hairs – Although it looks like you’re already doing this in your daily routine, I thought I’d mention it: try to make sure you’re exfoliating once a day (either with a gentle scrub, or with a face cloth) – you don’t have to scrub hard, just lightly, make sure you exfoliate all areas of your face & neck evenly. Additionally, when applying your moisturizer (with Hydra Healing Gel mixed in), be sure to apply to your neck as well.

Ingredients Related to Ragweed

Check the products you’re using for plants / herbs / botanicals that are either in the ragweed family, or are similar to ragweed (such as milk thistle, goldenseal, chamomile). Note that Balance Serum (the one I’ve recommended for you) does have chamomile in it. If you haven’t noticed any previous problems with chamomile, stick with my recommendation to use Balance Serum. If you’re concerned that chamomile might be causing low grade inflammation (rather than a high grade one that ragweed causes you), removing it (plus all other ragweed similar ingredients) might be enough to push your skin over the current healing plateau you’ve reached. Same goes for the yarrow in the BOP Mist – yarrow is another ingredient in the ragweed family, so you might want to switch mists as well.

More ingredients / plants in the ragweed family (that I haven’t mentioned yet) include:

  • Calendula,
  • Dog Fennel,
  • Sage,
  • Thistles,
  • Burdock,
  • Gerbera Daisy,
  • Sunflower and
  • Dandelion.

That isn’t an all inclusive list but it does include the ones that you’re most likely to come across in skin care products.  My ragweed / similar to ragweed free serum & mists suggestions for you are… to stick with BOP Serum and switch your mist to After Acne Mist (even though this mist is recommended to be used after acne is under control, it can still be beneficial for your skin in its current stage).

One more note about your ragweed allergy. You may already know this, but certain foods can compound ragweed symptoms (and the more inflammation in your body, the more your skin will suffer). Some of those foods include honeydew (melon), cantaloupe, watermelon, bananas, sunflower seeds, honey, cucumber, and zucchini. Note that everyone with a ragweed allergy isn’t affected by (any or all) these foods so you’ll have to judge for yourself how your body reacts.

Coconut Oil Reactions

Lastly I wanted to touch on coconut oil. You mentioned that you breakout badly if you use it on your face and therefore avoid it. Do you know if this reaction extends to ingredients derived from coconut oil?  I ask because my cream moisturizers (and particularly the patchouli facial moisturizer you’ve been using as part of the acne prone kit) has CCT (Capric/Caprylic Triglyceride – aka fractionated coconut oil – FYI: the process of “fractionating” the coconut oil a natural process free of chemicals, toxins, or additives). CCT isn’t pore clogging but coconut oil in its pure state can clog pores for some people (usually those with large pores and/or oily skin – but not all people with large pores and/or oil skin experience this). Other people don’t experience clogged pores with coconut oil at all.

Based on your experience with coconut oil, it’s safe to say that your skin experiences clogged pores when coconut oil is applied. Coconut oil (and CCT) is used in so main formulas despite clogging pores for some people because it significantly slows down the rate that acne bacteria grows (in most cases, stopping it in its tracks all together). For this reason, I use CCT in my moisturizer formulas (CCT isn’t known to clog pores for anyone – unlike pure coconut oil – and the benefits of inhibiting acne bacteria are still present). That said however, if the another suggestions above don’t provide positive results over the next six months, I would consider finding a moisturizer that’s free of CCT (and of course pure coconut oil).

I hope that helps!

lovebatty purple

Weekly Recap: February 9th to 15th

Here’s this week’s photo recap! Check out what I’ve been up to (or have at least documented ) since the last recap post!

Pictures are displayed from the oldest to the most recent (dates are included in the description of the picture). If you’d prefer to see my picture updates as they are posted, follow my Instagram feed – that’s where I post these pictures during the week, and then recap them here on the blog once a week.

To see previous photo recaps, check out the “My Week So Far” tag.

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Week 2 of Batty's Bath Birthday Bestowal Begins!

Week 2 of Batty’s Bath Birthday Bestowal Begins! (Feb. 8th)

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Making Batty's Bath Quick Tint (Facial BB Cream) in the studio today. (Feb 9th)

Making Batty’s Bath Quick Tint (Facial BB Cream) in the studio today. (Feb 9th)

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Guess what we just released over at shopbattysbath.com????  I'm so so excited about this release because the feedback from all the testers was uh-mazing!!  I can't to hear what all of you think too! (Feb 12th)

Guess what we just released over at shopbattysbath.com???? I’m so so excited about the release of Batty’s Bath ‘Clean Slate’ Mascara because the feedback from all the testers was uh-mazing!! I can’t to hear what all of you think too! (Feb 12th)

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Look what arrived in time for Friday The 13th!  These were my favs from this month's Spooky Box Club box! Full moon and bats? That makes for one happy Batty! Plus I love that the box helps bats in need!

Look what arrived in time for Friday The 13th! These were my favs from this month’s Spooky Box Club box! Full moon and bats? That makes for one happy Batty! Plus I love that the box helps bats in need! (Feb 12th)

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Along with the release of our natural mascara came our highly pigmented natural lip glosses!! They are available at shopbattysbath.com now!  As always, our lip glosses are 100% natural and made with only organic ingredients including Sunflower and Jojoba Oil, both super helpful in providing your lips with the nourishment they needs.  These soothing butters not only help to combat dry, sore and chapped beaks, they also help to protect from the ever changing elements. As an added bonus- We’ve added a pinch of cinnamon to the mix, an all-natural lip plumping phenomenon. (Friday the 13th)

Along with the release of our natural mascara came our highly pigmented natural lip glosses!! They are available at shopbattysbath.com now! As always, our lip glosses are 100% natural and made with only organic ingredients including Sunflower and Jojoba Oil, both super helpful in providing your lips with the nourishment they needs.
As an added bonus – We’ve added a pinch of cinnamon to the mix, an all-natural lip plumping phenomenon.
(Friday the 13th)

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This is new release #3 for the week! First it was our natural mascara, then our highly pigmented natural lip glosses, now it's our Charcoal Detox Mask!! February is always such an exciting month around here because of our birthday freebie celebration... but this year it's even more exciting because we've been also releasing the 2015 additions to the product line up! There's still 3 more new products that we're hoping to have releases by the end of the month (so stay tuned for those!) (Friday the 13th)

This is new release #3 for the week! First it was our natural mascara, then our highly pigmented natural lip glosses, now it’s our Charcoal Detox Mask!! February is always such an exciting month around here because of our birthday freebie celebration… but this year it’s even more exciting because we’ve been also releasing the 2015 additions to the product line up! There’s still 3 more new products that we’re hoping to have releases by the end of the month (so stay tuned for those!) (Friday the 13th)

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Happy Valentine's Day lovelies!  (Ps. For anyone who's wondering, that lip print is thanks to the new Batty's Bath "rose petal" natural lip gloss.) (Feb 14th)

Happy Valentine’s Day lovelies!
(Ps. For anyone who’s wondering, that lip print is thanks to the new Batty’s Bath “rose petal” natural lip gloss.)
(Feb 14th)

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Happy Week #3 of Batty's Bath Birthday Bestowal! The month sure is flying by!  So what's so awesome about week 3 of our Batty's Bath birthday celebration?  Well.... Place an order of $30 or more (before shipping and tax) this week, and receive a FREE Dead Sea Mud Mask in your order! No coupon code required.  Cannot be combined with any coupon code, deal or special offer. Giveaway exclusively available at shopbattysbath.com.  Happy shopping! (Feb 15th)

Happy Week #3 of Batty’s Bath Birthday Bestowal! The month sure is flying by! So what’s so awesome about week 3 of our Batty’s Bath birthday celebration? Well…. Place an order of $30 or more (before shipping and tax) this week, and receive a FREE Dead Sea Mud Mask in your order! Giveaway exclusively available at shopbattysbath.com.
Happy shopping! (Feb 15th)

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The extras…

I’m currently watching/listening to:

Watching….

    • The Originals – current season (2)
    • Grimm – current season (4)
    • Haven – current season (5)
    • Supernatural current season (10)
    • The Vampire Diaries - current season (6)
    • 90210 (the new one) – season 2
    • Penny Dreadful - season 1
    • Sleepy Hollow - season 2
    • Side Note: for those of you who don’t know, I fit in so much tv time because I watch tv while packing orders.. in this case, since I’ve been on “holidays”, these shows have been playing in the background while I was doing “behind the scenes” stuff for the biz – like the website update, etc ;)

Listening to:

  • Meghan Trainor - title (full album)

 

Customer Review: Detox Skin Care Kit

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Batty’s Detox Skin Care Kit is amazing because it acts like a soothing, cooling “re-set button” for your whole complexion, no matter your age or skin type.

Redness will fade, acne will clear up, dryness & accelerated aging lines will soften.

You’ll literally see years of chemical residue lift & disappear, as old, icky petroleum leaves your pores! (Good riddance!)

Whitney sent us this wonderful review of the Detox Skin Care Kit: 

I have had acne since I was 12, I’m 28 now, and have been using benzyl peroxide for years.  My skin tone has been a pasty pink colour due to irritation and product, on top of my cystic acne, oily skin and scars.  This is the first time I have tried any natural products, because I didn’t know natural product to treat acne existed.  I figured all the dermatologists I have visited in the past were showing me the ONLY way to keep my acne under control. Which was harsh chemicals that gave me more problems.

I have just finished a one month routine with the detox kit and couldn’t be more pleased.  Just a few days into the routine I noticed my skin start to calm and heal.  The morning after my first go with the dry clay mask, my husband noticed a difference, commenting on how my skin didn’t look as red and upset as it once did.

All the products in this kit are gentile, made my skin feels clean, balanced, and made my skin less oily.  And most importantly, I had only a few mild pimples appear during the detox, nothing compared to what is typically normal for my skin.  Now, finished with the detox, and moving on to the acne kit, my breakouts have vanished!  My skin has not been this clear and healthy since I was a kid.

My only regret is that I didn’t try a natural approach to treating my skin earlier. I am so thankful I stumbled upon Batty’s products. I don’t think I could have found myself in better hands than hers.

Thanks for the amazing review Whitney!

If you’d like to know more about many benefits of using Batty’s Bath Detox Skin Care Kit click Here.

Want to read other reviews or write your own review on this product? Click Here

 




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Q&A: Which eczema products should my husband use?

Hi Batty, I am wondering about your eczema products for my husband.  We’ve been told that thi…

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