How To Make Serum For Sensitive And Itchy Skin

Still in the spirit of independence; I will be teaching you something that can make you cool money this season. You see, Nigerians are now one of the largest producer of homemade soap, and as such, creating a huge market for this product. Maybe, I should keep this … lol

You see, if you are into soap making; then you will know how insultive it is if you produce a itchy soap. In most cases, you lose the customer out-rightly. Customers have zero tolerance for itchy soap; so, you will need this tutorial.

Irrespective of how careful you may be; your soap can’t be safe for all. Not because of the soap, but because of the skin on which the soap is used. So, you will need to add this serum to your soap for customers with itchy and sensitive skin.

Itchy skin, or what doctors call pruritus, can be uncomfortable and frustrating. Fortunately, many natural and home remedies can help provide relief.

According to the National Eczema Association (NEA), people who frequently experience itchy skin may have difficulty sleeping and may become depressed or anxious. They may also scratch their skin, causing small tears, which are prone to infection.

Common causes of itchy skin include insect bites, allergies, stress, and skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis.

However, it’s possible that the soap you’re using is drying out your skin as it cleans. A harsh soap may not always leave a rash that you can see, but it can leave a lasting itch after your shower is over. Failing to wash all the soap residue off your skin after a shower can also be a source of itching and discomfort.

Ingredients Needed To Make Serum For Sensitive And Itchy Skin

  • 6 drops tea tree oil
  • 3/4 cup witch hazel
  • 10 drops lavender essential oil
  • 4 drops frankincense essential oil

Step By Step Guide On How To Make Serum For Sensitive And Itchy Skin

Step 1: In a mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients.

Step 2: Store your serum in a spray bottle.

Step 3: Make sure to shake before each use.

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