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Perfumer's Lab: What is an accord? Fragrance Oils Accords Perhaps thinking about it in terms of music could help. Believe it or not, there are a great many similarities between the creation of fragrances and the composition of music. In fact, many of the same terms are used in both. A fragrance masterpiece is as complex, sensual, harmonizing and alluring as an opus, carefully comprised of notes and tones, as little or as many as it takes to capture its creator's vision. Like a chord in music, a fragrance contains a top note, mid or heart note, and base note. In future articles, we will explore these terms among other fragrance related topics, but these first set of articles will center around the term 'accord' and some common accords used in fragrances today. What is an accord? Common Accords: Amber Ambreine Aquatic Aromatic Balsam Chypre Citrus Cologne Floral Fresh Fougere Fruit Gourmand Green Herbal Mellis Oriental Spice Wood So, you too can make your own fragrance compositions. Next up: THE CHYPRE ACCORD.

Soap Making Instructions | Soap Making Recipes and Tutorials | Teach Soap Non-Comedogenic Oils: Here’s a list! — The Classy Anarchist If you haven’t figured it out yet, I will let you know that I can be an extremely opinionated bitch when it comes to skin care, makeup, and what I think. But it doesn’t hurt to do a little bit of research here and there to back a lot of my nonsense up. I have been researching different oils; their comedogenicity, in particular. Comedogenicity basically refers to a product / ingredient’s ability to produce comedones aka cause you to break out. I have researched a variety of sources online, and some of the results have been rather contradictory. I wanted to organize the different oils and present them in as simple a way possible to show how likely or unlikely it is that they will break you out. Sweet Almond OilApricot Kernel OilCastor OilEvening Primrose OilOlive OilJojoba OilSunflower OilSafflower OilEmu OilAvocado OilGrapeseed Oil Cottonseed OilMink OilCorn OilSoybean OilHydrogenated Vegetable Oil Coconut OilWheat Germ Oil

Austin Entrepreneur Network Friday, March 29th, 2013 Austin Austin Tech Firm Scores License From NASA To Commercialize Advanced Fiber Optic Technology 4DSP (www.4DSP.com), a technology design company with offices in Austin and the Netherlands, recently announced today it is officially launching live industry demonstrations of licensed NASA fiber optic sensing and 3D shape rendering technology that it licensed from the giant space agency. The company plans to introduce the new technology into several industries including aerospace, medical devices and oil and gas. The company is also betting that live Internet demonstations of the advanced fiber optic technology, which is perfect for 3D shape-rendering and strain measurments, will encourage product designers from all kinds of engineering backgrounds to figure out as-yet undiscovered product applications. Continue Reading » More Austin Macheen Closes $10M Round Austin Archives Next Page » Featured Video Austin Resources COPYRIGHT © 2012 Texas Entrepreneur Networks.

Soap Making 101 – How To Make Cold Process Soap Soap Making 101 – How To Make Cold Process Soap Please be sure to Join our email list and receive all our latest and best tutorials daily – free! 8K+ Background image – thenerdyfarmwife.com Have you ever wanted to make your own “personalized” soap using your favorite herbs? There are a few methods of making soap and this one is called “cold process” – meaning, obviously, that no heat is required. It’s important to note that soap making is not the easiest DIY recipe out there. The tutorial is really well put together and includes the essential safety tips. One of the great benefits of making your own soap is that you can use your favorite essential oils and skin oils. Here, then is the full tutorial: Make Your Own Mineral Makeup I have used mineral makeup for at least a decade now. When Bare Minerals came out, I was amazed at how well it covered and that it was actually good for my skin. Now, a decade later, I realize how simple it is to make! This recipe is just as good as a commercial mineral make up if not better. This ingredient is a white powder that gives an opaque finish. Titanium dioxide provides even more sun protection and helps with coverage. Mica gives your powder a “slip” so it can be applied with ease. Iron Oxides come in yellow, red and brown. This ingredient is optional. Kaolin is another optional ingredient. Essential oils can actually be added to your mineral make up to make your powder more beneficial to your skin. 8 tsp Titanium Dioxide (find it HERE) 3 tsp. 4 tsp. 1/2-1 tsp Yellow Iron Oxide (find it HERE) 1/16 tsp. Pinch Red Iron Oxide (find it HERE) 2 tsp. 5 drops of Essential Oil (optional) (find it HERE) 1 tsp. Add all ingredients to a jar and shake. You May Also Like:

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Homemade Body Wash - Keep Scary Out Of Your Shower - To Be A Farmer - Little Seed Farm Our Homemade Lavender-Lemongrass Body WashWhat do you put on your body every day? By the time I’ve finished my morning routine I’ve used shampoo, conditioner, body wash, face wash, toner, moisturizer and sunscreen for my face, and lotion for my body. Somehow, it took me close to a year before I started wondering what the heck was actually in those bottles in my shower. Isn't it odd that we’ve become so conscious of what we put inside our bodies, and somehow managed not to give any thought about what we were putting on them? All of that changed a few weeks ago when a friend recommended The Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep Database which rates products according to the chemicals they contain and how harmful they are. I decided to replace some of the items in our routine with safer, natural products - preferably something homemade (well, yeah!). Scrapple and I have been using it for about 2 weeks now and will never go back! Give it a try! 1. 2. 3. 4.

The Herb Bar - 78704 (South Austin) - Austin, TX American Botanical Council: Homepage Update: Login to ABC Website For a limited time, you can access all of ABC's content without a password, so no login is required. The search button has been restored on all pages. Euromed Adopts Milk Thistle through ABC's Adopt-an-Herb Program The American Botanical Council welcomes Euromed's adoption of milk thistle (Silybum marianum, Asteraceae) through ABC's Adopt-an-Herb botanical research and education program. Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program Publishes Grape Seed Extract Laboratory Guidance Document The ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program announces the publication of a new Laboratory Guidance Document on Grape Seed Extract. ABC Announces Annual Herbal Community Builder Award Recipients The American Botanical Council (ABC) has announced the recipients of its annual ABC Mark Blumenthal Herbal Community Builder Award. ABC Publishes Monograph on Scientific and Clinical Research on Pycnogenol

3 Big Changes to Facebook: What You Need to Do Facebook is in the process of rolling out three new features that you should know about. Why should you care? Because,... February 25, 2011 Facebook is in the process of rolling out three new features that you should know about. Facebook is where your customers are -- as well as your competitors. Here's what's new: New design for profilesRolling out Facebook MessagesOffering deals Let's take a look at what you need to do right now. 1. All business pages will automatically upgrade to include this new feature on March 11, although Facebook has let businesses manually upgrade ahead of that. This feature gives your page visual interest -- but if you don't take the time to post photos, Facebook will automatically grab elements from your page and leave the rest of the squares blank. Be imaginative and play with this. 2. People can now opt for an e-mail address @Facebook.com. Facebook began offering Messages to all users on February 11. In fact, the Other folder might be worse. 3.

A Simple Guide for a Mindful Digital Life | zen habits ‘Two thoughts cannot coexist at once: if the clear light of mindfulness is present, there is no room for mental twilight.’ ~ Nyanaponika There Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Tyler Tervooren of Advanced Riskology. Ever feel like you’re two different people? You get up in the morning, eat your breakfast, and go to work. Of course, between all these experiences, you also exist online writing emails, browsing the web, updating your blog, and ordering pizza. Two worlds that once existed exclusively have serendipitously collided. But what about the spaces and gaps? So how do we, as mindful humans, bridge these gaps? Connect the dots between our worlds in a way that propels us forward without overwhelming us with technology? I say the simplest answer is to find the bonds that already exist and focus on them until they define us, ignoring the rest. Step 1: Pick Your Avatar There’s the argument that you simply are who you are, but I reject that idea. Step 2: Construct Your Digital Home

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