1. Kathy Hardick
    April 6, 2016 / 8:41 pm

    Hi Jenni- Just came across your blog and very excited to try some of your recipes. One question I have is you do not have any creams with sunscreen protection. Do you have any advise on how to add to your day face creams.

    • Jenni
      April 10, 2016 / 1:12 pm

      Kathy-Hi! Glad you’re here! I don’t add any type of sunscreen because it’s a liability issue for me-I can’t prove how much SPF a DIY product has so I just don’t feel comfortable adding something like zinc oxide and then telling readers it’s safe to go out in the sun. For that reason, I don’t add it to even my own personal DIYs. I use a makeup that has an SPF in it and in the summer I use a moisturizer from Coola that has an SPF of 30. My DIY moisturizers get saved for the evening routine in the summer.

  2. Zoé
    August 1, 2016 / 8:56 pm

    Hello Jenni! Just found your blog (thank you Pinterest) and I will certainly try many of your recipes as soon as I can! About the SPF dilemma of your face products I suggest to add a few drops of carrot seed essential oil: it has a very high SPF in it. I have a very pale skin that burns at nothing. Last week at the beach I mixed a drop of this essential oil in my hand with a bit of jojoba oil and used it as a sunscreen on my face (just to try). When I came back home, all my body had a beautiful reddish sunburn (yay…) except for my face that stayed as white as snow! I think this would be a very interesting alternative if you don’t want to use zinc oxide in your face moisturizer, or even in the liquid mineral foundation.

    • Jenni
      August 2, 2016 / 12:19 pm

      Zoe! Thanks so much for sharing this! I had heard of carrot seeds high SPF but hadn’t put it to the test! This is great to know! One thing I have found about carrot seed essential oil that is so cool is that if you use it in your beauty routine, it will actually protect you from the sun even when you aren’t wearing it! Certain foods and oils can protect you from the inside out which is amazing and I never realized it till this summer!

  3. August 8, 2016 / 10:11 am

    I’m trying to organize a product swap between several of us who have websites or blogs that promote DIY natural beauty or healthy living. I’m inviting Marie Rayma of Humblebee and Me, Susan Barclay Nichols of Point of Interest, Heather from Mommypotamus, Wellness Mama and you. I think if we all swap products we would all get great new treats and have a lot of fun learning from each other. My name is Stephanie Cloud Seery, my company is Cloud Nine Foods and Sundries, I make jam and canned organic treats as well as soaps and luxury bath and beauty items. It’s a pleasure to meet you! I hope you’ll join us. You can email me at sceery@gmail.com.

  4. Brittany
    October 14, 2016 / 11:33 am

    Hey Jenni!

    I’m loving all your diy’s! I make my own skin care too. What would you recommend as a setting powder recipe?


    • Jenni
      November 19, 2016 / 1:46 pm

      Hi Brittany! Thanks so much! Unfortunately I’m not a lot of help on this question-I don’t use one and haven’t tried any out! Sorry!

  5. Cris Bazuin
    January 25, 2017 / 1:06 pm

    Dear Jenni,

    Thanks so much for your amazing website, i can’t wait to start making my own beauty products and make-up! I have two questions: Naturally, i read the make-up tutorial, but i would really like to see a video of a make-up routine using your own products! I haven’t come across any video’s, but maybe i missed them? It would really help me to -hopefully 🙂 -look as good as you do!

    Warmest regards & have a great week!
    Cris Bazuin.

    • Jenni
      January 28, 2017 / 12:09 pm

      Cris-No videos yet-I haven’t figured that out and plus I’m a dork and my cover might be blown if I actually video myself-ha! I am looking into it though. Thanks for your kind words!

  6. Megan Cotay
    April 9, 2017 / 1:03 pm

    Hi Jenni,

    Just want to ask with this makeup recipes how long are the shelf life of each product?

    Thanks 😘

    • Jenni
      May 3, 2017 / 10:57 am

      Megan-Which makeup recipe are we talking about? The mineral makeup lasts years. Anything that is just powder is going to last years. Once you add oil, I would say around 6 mos.

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