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Natural Skin Care - Excerpts from an Interview with Cosmetic Chemist, Paul Lieber

Paul Lieber is a cosmetic chemist with Royal Labs in Johns Island, South Carolina. Paul's experience and expertise in the natural skin care product arena qualify him to discuss what really makes a skin care product natural and how to choose truly natural and healthy skin care products.


I've had the pleasure of chatting with Paul frequently - on the phone - and getting to know him since January 2006. I've been impressed with Paul's knowledge about truly natural skin care products and his dedication to creating and producing top quality skin care products that are not only pure and healthy for you, but that also have the nice look, smell and feel of the expensive department store brands, but without the harmful chemicals.

I grew up in the natural foods industry and I was always interested in being able to make products that were natural.

Here are some excerpts from the interviews I've done with Paul:

DrF: Paul, can you tell me what your motivation was for becoming a cosmetic chemist?

PL: That was probably the most important thing to me. Also I was always interested in my own skin, my own wellbeing. And it was just something I gravitated to.


DrF: What problems did you have to overcome in creating your natural products?


PL: Well it was very difficult to formulate products that would look, feel and smell like a traditional cosmetic product, but without the chemicals and it was very difficult to find raw materials that would fit the bill. Creams needed to feel silky smooth. They needed to be a beautiful color in the jar, a white color. They needed to deliver active materials to the skin. Usually with a chemical product there is a very wide range of raw materials you can choose in formulating but from a natural standpoint the palate for raw materials is much smaller. In most cases it's almost impossible to duplicate a chemical product. So it's been very challenging for 20 years trying to come up with alternatives, but I think we've done a great job and we have products that act, look, smell, feel no different than any other department store product but without all the chemicals.


DrF: Can you tell me some of the ingredients that are used in many of these so-called natural products that you think should not be in cosmetics or skin care products?


PL: Well, the preservatives, methyl parabens, propyl parabens, phenoxyethanol, also triethanolamine, carbomer, mineral oil, petrolatum, paraffin, propylene glycol, strong surfactants like sodium lauryl sulfate. There are a host of other ones also, different emulsifiers and different esters of ingredients. These are ingredients that act like moisturizers but are not from natural sources. Recently, I received a jar of a cream from someone wanting to duplicate a very famous cream that's on the marketplace now and sells for a few hundred dollars per jar. After looking at the ingredients in this product, I was astounded that it was primarily made of 100% chemical ingredients. It had a variety of silicones and petroleum products in it which can't be considered natural. And they talk about it as a natural product. Unfortunately that's just the way things work.


DrF: In Dying To Look Good some of the herbs and essential oils I list have contraindications for certain people, such as if they're pregnant, have kidney problems or high blood pressure. When those types of ingredients are used in skin care products do those same warnings or contraindications still apply?


PL: No. Most are used in such small percentages in the formulations that their usage has no negative side affects at all. In my 20 years in business, I've never seen anyone with an adverse reaction to any herbal product used in this way.


For example, a long time ago, a woman told me that she could not use our toner because it had aloe vera in it and she was allergic to aloe vera. I told her it was unlikely that she was allergic to the aloe but she was probably allergic to the other chemicals in the products. She claimed she was using a 100% aloe vera gel. So, I sent her pure aloe vera powder and told her to add a little water and put it on her face. She did and of course she called me back and said, "Oh my God, I'm not allergic to aloe vera at all." It was all the other "stuff" in the formula that was causing her problems.


DrF: I've heard that "plant extracts, herbs and other plants, can have parabens and propylene glycol in them already when they're received by the manufacturer and the manufacturer doesn't have to put this information on the label. The only way they're free of parabens or other synthetic preservatives is if they're extracted in vegetable glycerin." What is your perspective on that?


PL: That's true. That's why I do not use the herbal tinctures in the form many companies do. When you buy herbal tinctures, you don't know where the herbs come from, their quality or if they contain additives. I just buy the raw herb itself. I buy organic and make my own concoction and put that into my product. I know what I'm putting into my product. Most companies don't go to that length. It's easier to just buy the extract or tincture. So in many cases you may be getting a product with synthetic preservatives or other chemicals in it. I've circumvented that whole issue by making my own.


DrF: Some people in the natural product arena use cocomidopropyl betaine and some speak against it. I know you mentioned once before that you use it. What can you tell me about cocomidopropyl betaine?


PL: It's a coconut derived surfactant, a foaming agent. I don't know how much more natural you can get than cocomidopropyl betaine.

DrF: Are there variations of it? Can it be derived from something other than coconut in a laboratory?


PL: No, coco betaine is from coconut. Coco betaine has a long track record. It works, it's effective, it foams.

DrF: What about potassium sorbate? I know you use it as a preservative.


PL: It comes from sorbic acid, from fruit trees. It's a natural source mold inhibitor. Sorbic acid is a natural raw material and potassium sorbate is its derivative.


DrF: Olefin sulfonate is an ingredient I've seen in some of your products, but I haven't checked it out yet. What can you tell me about it? PL: It's a surfactant from coconut. It's a very mild foaming agent. We use it because it has great properties. It's effective and safe. It has a long track record of being used from I think in the 40's and 50's. In fact it was the surfactant of choice used years ago, primarily in baby products. Only when sodium lauryl sulfate came on the scene and was cheaper and easier to use did it fall out of favor.


We've found olefin sulfonate to be very effective. There are only a few choices and you have to weigh the issues. I don't believe in using soap since soap is very caustic and drying to the skin and hair. At this point, you have to move into surfactants. Olefin sulfonate is very mild and can be used in a variety of applications. We're trying to find a happy medium.


I've tried to choose surfactants that are mild and without harmful side effects. Coco betaine is one, soy betaine, olefin sulfonate and decyl glucoside are others, but decyl glucoside is not one that can be used in a lot of different applications. My choice of some of these ingredients is because I feel that they're natural and from an efficacious standpoint, they work.


DrF: What kind of things should people look for when choosing skin care products to get the safest products that they can?

PL: I think just what we touched on before. Looking for products that don't have chemical preservatives, mineral oils, fragrances, artificial colors, alcohol, these types of ingredients.


DrF: If you were going to give some advice about the most important thing that anyone could do when choosing their cosmetics and skin care products, what would you tell them?


PL: Read the ingredients. That would be the most important thing. Become a label reader and understand what you're buying; understand what the ingredients are in the product and educate yourself on what you're using before you use it.

DrF: Thank you, Paul, that's really good advice. It was really great talking with you.

PL: Thank you very much it was my pleasure.


Christine H. Farlow, D.C., "The Ingredients Investigator" and author of DYING TO LOOK GOOD. Read more excerpts from Paul Lieber and learn about his natural skin care products, click here.


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Recommended Anti-Aging Skin Care Regimes


There are a multitude of anti-aging techniques and methods offered by experts, and many anti-aging skin care products available on the market. However, the key to avoid undesirable wrinkles and aging of the skin is to follow a strict personal routine related to your nutrition, exercise, and hygiene etc. Some of these basic steps and practices will be useful while taking care of your skin in order to prevent aging.


Weight Loss Consultant - Many of us know that keeping our bodies well hydrated is essential for good health and for weight loss. Drinking 6 to 8 glasses of water every day is recommended and yet many people find this difficult to do


Water naturally hydrates the skin from within and prevents drying of the skin.


Creams and lotions are quite helpful in moisturizing the outer skin but they hardly penetrate the pores. Therefore, you need to drink at least eight to ten glasses of water in order to maintain supple and well-hydrated skin.


When handling detergents, do not use products containing harsh chemicals such as Lauryl Sulfate, as they can strip oil and moisture from the skin. Chlorine, as found in tap water, can also cause oxidative damage on your skin. The best way to avoid harm from chlorine is to avoid washing your face more than once a day, take less frequent showers, and decrease the temperature of the water. Premature skin aging can also be the result of excessive exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun. Always apply sunscreen lotion on your face and body when exposed to the suns rays, this can be highly effective in protecting your skin from sunburn, skin aging and serious conditions such as skin cancer. Sunglasses will protect the skin around your eyes from harmful UV light so always remember to wear them when out in the sun.


Regular exercises of the face stabilize the flow and circulation of blood and oxygen in the skin. They also assist in the regeneration of collagen (fibrous protein constituent of bone, cartilage, tendon, and other connective tissue) giving the skin its elasticity, thereby preventing wrinkles and revitalizing your facial skin.


Lack of sleep often results in the creation of dark circles and puffiness around the eyes, eventually leading to wrinkles. Sleep helps you to relax and naturally revitalizes the skin, so you should aim for a minimum of eight hours of sleep per day. Remember to remove all makeup thoroughly before going to bed, and always sleep with the face up thereby minimizing the stretching effect of gravity on your skin.


Do not smoke. It contributes to premature wrinkling and sagging of the skin. One study showed that some forty to fifty year olds who smoked only during their teens and twenties, later experienced excessive wrinkling. Smokers who quit did regain the color on their cheeks but never lost their wrinkles. It is also believed that smoking activates genes involved in the destruction of collagen.


Christopher Buckley is the webmaster of Anti-Aging Access, a site devoted to Anti-Aging Skin Care.


Common Skin Care Myths

With an increasing emphasis on beauty and age defiance in North American society, everyone seems to be seeking ways to make themselves appear younger by taking better care of their skin. While it is true that skin is one of the keys to a healthy, youthful appearance, not all skin care treatments that are proposed, or even that are popular, are effective. Here are some of the top myths when it comes to skin care.

Acne is the bane of everyone from their teenage years and onward.

1) Acne. There are so many false rumors out there concerning acne that an article could be written on them alone. To start with, acne does not cease miraculously when you are out of your teens. In some people, acne is a perpetual problem and will continue throughout their lives. Many of the false ideas about acne are extremely detrimental to people who are afflicted with the condition. Acne is not a sign that an individual does not wash their face. In fact, many individuals with acne will be told this by their peers and the result will be extremely counter-productive; they end up washing their faces too much. The dryer skin does not clear out the acne problem, instead it exacerbates it. Acne may be aggravated by certain foods in an individual's diet, but rarely are the "suspect foods" (chocolate, French fries, or pizza) the main trigger. Finally, remember that acne can be treated by several types of medicine on the market today-and effectively- so it is all right to go to your doctor and consult her about acne treatments.


2) Tanning. Tanning is often advertised as adding a warm, healthy glow to your skin. The truth is, nothing is worse for your skin than direct exposure to the harmful ultraviolet rays that are necessary to tan, whether you are on a bed or in the sun. Tanning may help to get rid of formed acne, but it will not prevent new pores from clogging. Tanning has little benefits beyond immediate aesthetic appeal, and in the long run it will prove harmful to your skin. It is best to use sun block whenever you are out in the sun.


3) Moisturizers. Many people think that moisturizers will help in making their skin appear more youthful by getting rid of wrinkles. This is not the case. Moisturizers will help to lubricate the skin and lessen dryness, but they will not serve to repair the microscopic damage at the cell level that wrinkles represent.


4) Skin Care ingredients. For many years, top beauticians have placed slices of cucumber over the eyes of their clients in order to reduce skin damage and swelling. Today, you will find many products on the shelves that depict a cucumber or slice of cucumber and claim to include cucumber extracts that will help rejuvenate your skin. The fact is that it is not any particular mineral in the cucumber that is beneficial to the skin, it is the fact that cucumbers are mostly made of water, which leeches into the skin during the process and gives the appearance of re-invigoration.


All of these myths are used today to help sell products via a method known as scare tactics. In fact, if you follow the advice of your doctor most of your skin care needs will be resolved, and they will not require a lot of home grown methods and wives tale rumors.


Marcia Cox is a beauty consultant and maintains a website on skin care remedies.


Toxins, Fairy God Mother's And Skin Care Treatment..


So here I am playing with my sister's kids, when my niece asks me, "Auntie Sara, will you watch a movie with me?". I replied "Well sure sweetheart! You pick the movie, and I will sit right here with you and watch it, OK?".


Well, being only six years old, there are now a days lots of kid's movies to choose from, not like when I was a kid. Anyway, she gets on her little stoll, goes through her collection, and picks out a movie. "Shrek 2 Auntie Sara! I like Shrek!". "OK, that's fine with me" I replied.

As I watch the movie, I couldn't help thinking about the fairly god mother. She can make all kinds of potions for anything you desire.


Love potions, potions to make you thin, potions to make you strong, and even potions to make you handsome or prettier. If you've seen then movie, you know that Skrek gets a magic potion that turns him into a handsome human, and donkey into a fantastic stallion. If only it worked that way! Or does it?


I know lot's of women today who are into this craze or that, and some are even injecting harmful toxins into their systems to make lines and wrinkles disappear. Yep, they disappear alright, as well as your facial and muscular control. That's simply not the kind of skin care treatment I want to use.


You see, no matter what your age, you will always want to look your best, and to do that, you need to find a skin care treatment that works best for you. Unfortunately there are no Fairy God Mother's in the world that can wave their wand's and grant your wishes, but there are some pretty amazing skin care products that come pretty close.


Recently I had the good fortune to be exposed to skin care treatment that is not only revolutionary, it's permanent. Yep, I said PERMANENT! This skin care treatment is so astounding, it was recently written up in the prestigious Journal of Cosmetic Science. Wouldn't you like to look your and feel your best, with no aging lines, no wrinkles, and the best skin of your life? If so, stop by my site at Your skin will thank you, and your friends, neighbors and loved ones will say "Wow, did you have a face lift?". Only YOU will know your little secret.


Sara Faletta, a skin care treatment professional has a Beauty Tips Newsletter. For more information, visit


Coconut Oil - A Healthy Solution For Hair And Skin Care


Coconut as a whole plays a very important part in our lives. From leafs to the oil everything has become very useful to us. Coconut oil is widely used for your hair and many may have seen the results it has provided. With the growth in the market we have been exposed to n number of creams, which have proved to be worthless. In this stiff competition coconut oil has risen as a thorough winner.


The oil seems to do wonders for your skin. It softens the skin as well as cures it from any damages providing you with a radiant and young look. It helps the skin to avoid liver spots and blemishes caused due to aging and sunlight. By regular use of the oil a soft and supple skin is developed keeping it wrinkle free. The damage to the skin by sun rays is restricted with the use of coconut oil. It brings back the shine and lost charm of the skin.


The presence of antiseptic fatty acids prevents any fungal and bacterial infection. Some of the infections it keeps fighting on regular basis are the acne, ringworm, herpes, boils, athlete's foot and warts. Coconut oil or coconut butter has been widely used as a moisturizer. It provides a shield on your skin to protect the natural moisture.


For Skin Care

-Apply grinded betel leaf with coconut oil on black spots, to lighten it -Paste of mehendi (henna) with little oil should be applied on your face to lighten black spots -Apply the mixture of coconut water and thick pineapple juice for a glowing skin -For soft skin make a paste of red sandal powder with coconut milk. Apply it on your face. Rinse it later. -To remove pimples. Use thick curd; add turmeric and drops of oil. Put it on your face. -Coconut oil mixed with crushed garlic when applied at night helps to cure plantar warts and athlete's foot -Coconut butter can be used as lip balm -Massage your face with coconut oil before going to bed this would help in premature ageing


For Hair Care

-Add a teaspoon of camphor to 1/2 a liter can of coconut oil. Store it. Massage this oil on your scalp before going to bed. This would help you get rid of dandruff -A mixture of castor, mustard and coconut oil massaged on your scalp can help you with dandruff problems -One part lemon juice with two parts coconut oil to be massaged to the roots of your hair to ward of dandruff problem -Hair loss problem can be solved by massaging coconut or almond oil for 10 to 15 minutes

Warning: The reader of this article should exercise all precautions while following instructions on the recipes from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.


Sharon Hopkins the webmaster for hair-n-skin-care site helps us guide through the important skin and hair care tips. Hair and Skin Care with Coconut oil is very useful for creating supple skin and lustrous hair.

Watermelon, An Ingredient For Skin Care

Watermelon can be called more than a thirst quencher. With so many benefits lined up in its name it is not coincidence that it is stated as one of the favorite fruits for many people. It has been used in many forms such as fresh juices, smoothies, as well as pickles depending on your taste. As it is rich in fat and protein it is widely used as a favorite snack.


Watermelon servings per day would help you in the long run. It helps you with conditions like asthma, atherosclerosis, diabetes, colon cancer and arthritis. It has nature's best source of antioxidants. These antioxidants help in neutralizing the free radicals in the body. Free radicals can cause lot of damage to your body. Watermelon is very useful for removing blemishes on the skin. It was termed to be one of the treasured gifts of Native American. Rich in A, B and C vitamins keeps the skin fresh, radiant and hydrated. The acids in the fruits act as exfoliates.


Watermelon seed oil is also beneficial for your body. The presence of omega 6 and omega 9 essential fatty acids helps the skin immensely. This oil has a very good absorption level which readily penetrates the skin and dissolves the sebum buildup. It proves to be a good for skin care, due to its moisturizing properties. The non-greasy oil helps to smooth your skin by refurbishing the elasticity of the skin. It is widely used as massage oil, baby oil, facials, face creams, salt scrubs, shower bath as well as hair oil.

Some Beautifying Recipes


Watermelon Toner

You would require 1 cup watermelon pieces, 2 tbsp. witch hazel (a shrub), and 2 tbsp. water.

Preparation: Blend the watermelon pieces in a blender. Strain the liquid. Add witch hazel and water in the blended juice. Dab this juice on your face using a cotton ball. This mixture is rich in sugar and vitamins like A and B. The strong astringent properties and water content gets you a fresh and clean face.


Works as a Exfoliate

Mash a cup of watermelon chunks and then apply this paste on your face. Find a place to relax for 10 minutes. Rinse it later. It is a process of natural facelift helping in cleansing and tightening the skin.


For Dry Skin

Mash a cup of watermelon chunks mixed with a banana. Banana acts like a binding agent enhancing the effect of the watermelon.


For Oily Skin

Yogurt and watermelon are a great combination for oily skin. By applying this mixture on your face, it assists in the process of exfoliation.


The lactic acid in the yogurt does wonders on your skin.



The reader of this article should exercise all precautions while following instructions on the recipes from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.


Sharon Hopkins is the webmaster of Hair-n-Skin-Care site, it guides you with the various hair and skin care treatments. Hair and Skin Care with Juicy Watermelon. It is rich in A, B and C vitamins useful for skin as well as your hair.

Good Skin Care Can Help Prevent Stretch Marks

Having a child is one of the most fulfilling experiences life has to offer. But about 80 percent of women develop stretch marks while pregnant.


DrF: How did you get started developing your own natural herbal skin care products?

PL: I couldn't find any products in the marketplace that I felt were really natural products. I felt that most of the products out there calling themselves natural were very, similar to, or were the same as, you can buy in the mass market and these were far from natural. And since there was nothing out there that was usable in my eyes, I went into R&D and tried to come up with products that I felt were worthy of being called natural as well as being functional products. My fanatical belief in product purity led me down the path to developing our own products.


While nothing can dull the thrill and excitement of being a new mother, some women find they are less than thrilled with the effect stretch marks have had on their appearance. Knowing how skin care relates to stretch marks and taking effective action early in pregnancy can help prevent them.


Stretch marks during pregnancy are caused by rapid and excessive weight gain. The collagen and elastin in the dermal layer of the skin, which is just below the visible layer and is responsible for retaining the skin's shape and firmness, are stretched to the point of breaking. In the last trimester, cortisone levels are usually increased, and this also weakens the dermis. As these fibers separate, the body produces more collagen which then forms scar tissue.


Both nutrition and the condition of the skin influence whether or not stretch marks will form, and their severity. Skin that is well hydrated and healthy stretches more easily. Therefore, drinking a lot of water and eating nutritious food is vital. Specific nutrients that effect elasticity include vitamins C and E, and zinc. Silica, which contributes to collagen formation, is also helpful.


Many women also use vitamin C topically. Start in the first trimester - when you begin to show. After drying off from a bath or shower, rub vitamin C liquid or cream onto the abdomen, hips and breasts. Don't skimp on it, you need to get good coverage.


As dry skin is more susceptible to stretch marks, a good shielding lotion is also vital to keep the skin hydrated and supple.


Gloria MacTaggert, contributes articles on skin care for the National Skin Care Institute. For more information, visit


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