Monday, March 27, 2017

My new e-zine: Cold emulsifiers


I've just released my newest e-zine, Using cold emulsifiers: Aristoflex AVC, Emulthix, and Sucragel AOF.

If you'd like to see the table of contents, click here.

If you'd like to buy it for $13.00, click the PayPal link below.


I put these e-zines or short e-books of 25 to 40 pages out every month for those who subscribe at my Patreon page for $10 or more. Then the next month, you'll see them here for purchase. I'm also basing some of the classes I'm offering at Voyageur Soap & Candle around the e-zines like the Gels: Ooey Gooey Fun class and the Bath Time Fun Class!

If you're interested in seeing all the e-zines and e-books I offer, please check out the e-zine and e-book section of the blog by clicking here!

The e-zine I'm offering to $10.00 subscribers to my Patreon page this month is part one of a few on cosmeceuticals in facial products. It won't be available outside of Patreon, and it's only available until April 3rd.

Please note that the proceeds from the Patreon subscription and my e-zines go to my family, not to my youth programs. Proceeds from the five e-books go 100% to the youth programs my husband and I run from the Neighbourhood Learning Centre in Chilliwack, B.C. Click here to learn more.

Thank you so much to all of you for supporting my blog and my youth programs! I'm such a lucky woman to have such wonderful and supportive readers!

3 comments:

Elise said...

Hello. I have been googling and googling but cant seem to find the answer. I have a preservative with INCI: phenoxyethanol, methyl paraben, ethylparaben and propylparaben. Can this be used as a preservative in a serum which contains no oil?

Thanks! :)

Susan Barclay-Nichols said...

Have you checked the preservatives section of this blog?

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