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Thursday, November 6, 2014

KURSUS MEMBUAT PRODUK KOSMETIK HOMEMADE



KUALA TERENGGANU
Angulia Beach Resort
28hb + 29hb + 30hb November 2014
Akademi Kecantikan Azalea akan mengadakan 3 hari kelas belajar membuat produk kecantikan sendiri. 3 hari dengan modul berbeza. Boleh attend untuk 1 hari, 2 hari atau 3 hari. Kami datangkan khas pakar kimia kosmetik kami yang berpengalaman di dalam bidang kecantikan berbelas2 tahun lamanya. Rugi siapa tak join. 
Di Angulia Beach Resort harga penginapan dari RM65 hingga RM250. Boleh bawa keluarga terus datang bercuti di Kuala Terengganu.  ~ Sambil belajar, sambil bercuti. Pantainya memang sangat cantik dan boleh bermandi manda.
Untuk yang ingin hadir ke kelas istimewa kami ini, boleh PM saya DI FACEBOOK . Jangan lepaskan peluang untuk belajar. Selagi ada yang mahu ajarkan dan turunkan ilmu, mari kita belajar.

28 November 2014
- Shower Gel.
- Body Butter Cream.
- Body Scrub.
- Body Lotion.
.
29 November 2014
- 2 Jenis Sabun.
- Lips Balm.
- Lips Scrub.
- Foundation.
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30 November 2014
- Moisturizer.
- Facial Scrub.
- Facial Masker.
Kami berikan formula dan mengajar bagaimana menghasilkan produk. (Kos sebenar untuk formula dan lain2 di dalam bengkel kali ini adalah lebih dari RM20k).
Jadi, jika berkemampuan, berkeinginan dan ada impian..sila datang untuk kelas 3 hari ini.







Thursday, October 23, 2014

AROMATERAPI , MINYAK PATI , ESSENTIAL OIL



Apa yang anda tahu tentang minyak AROMATERAPI , MINYAK PATI ATAU ESSENTIAL OIL?

Yang mana satu anda biasa dengar dan sangat familiar?

Apakah kesannya kepada kita jika kita guna minyak-minyak ini?

Biasa dengarkan tapi susah nak cerita, so mari kita huraikan bagi semua faham ye..


AROMATERAPI

Dari istilah AROMA dan TERAPI, iaitu satu kaedah terapi diri atau perawatan diri menggunakan aroma tertentu dari minyak pati atau essential oil


MINYAK PATI DAN ESSENTIAL OIL

Membawa maksud yang sama iaitu bahasa Melayu dan bahasa Inggeris, iaitu minyak yang dihasilkan daripada tumbuhan tertentu dengan ciri-ciri terapi tertentu. Seperti yang kita tahu setiap tumbuhan mempunyai kimia yang berbeza, jadi setiap tumbuhan boleh menjadi terapi kepada masalah yang berbeza..

Jom kita tengok dulu ye..

Mula-mula kita tengok terapi apa yang sesuai dengan aroma-aroma minyak pati ni..




Di sini kita boleh baca bagaiman minyak-minyak ini dihasilkan. Ada banyak proses untuk menghasilkan minyak pati ini dan prosesnyasangatlah rumit. Jadi kalau mahal jangan dipertikaikan pulak ye..

Kaedah-kaedah ini menghasilkan kualiti minyak yang berbagai jenis dan sebab itulah baunya berbeza-beza walaupun dari dan tumbuhan yang sama. Kadang-kadang bahagian pokok yang diambil juga berbeza seperti ada yang di ambil daripada bunga, buah, daun, biji atau kulit.




·         If you are suffering from any medical condition please contact your licensed medical practitioner.
·         The treatments listed below relies on alternative healing with essential oils, and please note that no clinical trials or results are available and rests heavily on anecdotal proof.


Jom tengok list minyak pati pulak

Wow !!

Banyaknye...

Dalam kita berbincang tentang minyak pati ini perlu juga tahu minyak apa yang sesuai sebagai minyak pembawa atau carrier oil..

Minyak pati daripada setiap pokok ini mempunyai kima yang tak sama. Boleh goggle ye..


Minyak pati ini juga mempunyai saiz molekul yang sangat halus dan sangat tulen (pure). Ia mudah meresap ke kulit dan juga ada juga yang bahaya. Ini kerana 1 ttitk minyak pati adalah berkadaran 25-35 g sebahagian pokok itu keaktifannya. Ia tidak sesuai disapu secara terus ke kulit. Ini boleh membahayakan kulit seperti terbakar, kemerahan, alergik gatal-gatal dan sebagainya.

Oleh itu dalam penggunaan minyak ini, ia perlu dilacairkan dengan minyak pembawa aau carier oil.Boleh rujuk carrier oil yang sesuai.  Carrier oil biasanya minyak tumbuh-tumbuhan yang tidak membahayakan kulit seperti grapeseed oil, apricot oil, jojoba oil..


inks to essential oils, carrier oils and specialized pre-blended oils
ESSENTIAL OILS
NOT SOLD BY US
FORMULAS
OTHER OILS
CARRIER OILS
NOT SOLD BY US


































































Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Aktiviti Akademi Kecantikan Azalea


Bismillahirrahmanirrahim

Assalamualaikum wbt

Baru-baru ni bersama dengan partner saya Feirouz Azalia , kami mengadakan bengkel pembuatan produk kosmetik di Shah Alam ,(11hb Okt 2014)

Menyediakan produk secara demo sabun transparent , lip balm, lipscrub dan foundation..

Syukur Alhamdulillah segalanya berjalan dengan lancar. Peserta seramai 22 orang terdiri daripada pengusaha spa, salun dan pengedar produk kosmetik amat berpuas hati dengan modul yang diberikan

Wajah-wajah ceria peserta dengan produk yang dihasilkan. MUla-mula peserta agak formal sewaktu sessi pengenalan, tapi bila melihat kepada produk , peserta menjadi teruja dan bersemangat..

Tujuan akademi untuk melahirkan lebih ramai pengusaha kosmetik membuat sendiri produk kecantikan dengan bahan-bahan yang lebih semulajadi/natural serta selamat, alhamdulillah syukur sangat-sangat..

















Wednesday, September 24, 2014

SKIN WHITENING VS BRIGHTENING

SKIN WHITENING VS BRIGHTENING

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENT?

Skin lightening creams can contain products that are designed to either brighten or whiten the skin (or both). While all of these products can help to improve the overall complexion of your skin, I believe the difference lies in the combination of lightening ingredients used.
While some ingredients are designed to exfoliate and “brighten” or enhance the skin’s appearance, others act as bleaching agents that will actually “whiten” the skin by inhibiting the production of melanin (dark pigmentation) in the upper layers of the skin.
So, depending on the results you hope to achieve, it pays to check the ingredients first.

Skin Brightening Creams
Skin brightening products are generally designed to improve a dull skin complexion through exfoliation.  A dull complexion can be caused by sun damage, stress factors or environmental  factors, such as pollution. Although the skin naturally renews itself, over time this process of cell renewal can sometimes become “lazy” and the dead skin cells tend to build up, leaving the skin looking tired and less refined.
Exfoliation will not technically make your skin “whiter” but it will make your skin look more fresh, toned and smooth. Exfoliation gives your skin a more radiant, healthy glow so it will naturally appear to be “brighter”.  Removing older skin cells containing dark pigmentation from the skin’s surface minimises the appearance of dark spots and blemishes so these products can also make the skin appear lighter.
Brightening creams or serums usually contain exfoliants combined with anti-oxidants and natural extracts that will soothe and revitalize the skin. Ingredients might include:
  • Alpha hydroxy acids ( like lactic acid and glycolic acid)
  • Beta hydroxy salicylic acid
  • Vitamins A and E
  • Vitamin C – which is known to even the skin tone and can help to reduce the appearance of skin discoloration.
  • Papaya (papain) or bromelain
  • Rice bran




Some brightening creams also contain ingredients designed to lighten the skin. These ingredients work to inhibit the production of melanin and improve the appearance of sun damaged skin, liver spots, acne scars, freckles or hyperpigmentation. Common natural ingredients are:
  • Alpha arbutin (from the Field Dock plant)
  • Glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice root extract)
  • Phyllanthus Emblica (indian gooseberry)




Skin Whitening Creams
Skin whiteners are more specifically designed to whiten or “bleach” the skin by inhibiting the action of the enzyme tyrosinase. This enzyme is primarily responsible for the production of the melanin pigment through the process of oxidation. The melanin is produced in the melanocyte cells in the bottom layer of the skin’s epidermis. While the production of melanin provides us with protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays, an over- production or accumulation of melanin can lead to dark blemishes, hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tones.
Traditionally bleaching agents like HQ (hydroquinine) were added to these creams to whiten the skin.  Hydroquinine is effective in slowing the production of melanin but research now suggests that there may be serious side effects associated with the long term use of this synthetic lightener.
Fortunately science has found a number of natural skin whiteners , which have proven to be just as effective as  hydroquinine, so is better to find a good natural product containing ingredients like:
  • Kojic acid
  • Bearberry extract
  • Mulberry extract
  • or any of the lighteners mentioned above (emblica, liquorice and arbutin).
It is important to have a good sun routine when using whitening creams (ie. wear a hat and use high SPF sunscreen) as you skin can be more sun sensitive when using whitening products and you want to minimize the risk of further damage.
Eating a balanced diet and drinking plenty of water will also help you to have bright and glowing skin.
6 NATURAL ALPHA HYDROXY ACID 

Lemons + Grapefruit – Lemons and grapefruit are the strongest source of natural AHA’s in this list.  In fact, in several of my old recipe books, it suggests applying lemon juice to the skin to lighten discolorations (for example, as a natural melasma treatment) and uneven skin tone.  Be careful when applying lemon or grapefruit juice to your skin – and listen to what your body is telling you!  I’ve experimented with these myself, and definitely felt the tingle!  You can apply the juice directly, or after juicing a lemon or grapefruit to use in cooking, simply rub the pulpy peel on your face (avoiding the eye area!)  Citrus fruits in particular make the skin more sensitive to the sun, so please wear a sunscreen after using this treatment!

Papaya – Papaya is a delicious and effective exfoliating treat for the face.  Of course you can crush papaya and apply to your face like a mask, but again I like to eat the papaya, and then rub the inner peel (with a little of the flesh attached) on my face.
Pineapple – Pineapple is another great tropical exfoliating treat.  I find the peel a bit scratchy to apply directly, so I like to crush or blend fresh pineapple and apply the juice as a mask.
Tomato – It’s not just tropical fruits that contain AHA’s, you can use the inside of tomatoes as a natural anti-aging mask.  I like to use the seed pulp in the center (so you can eat the rest of the tomato in your salad!)
Plain Yogurt – Yogurt contains lactic acid which is a natural AHA.  I like to use organic, full-fat, plain yogurt for facial treatments.  Simply apply to your skin, or mix with one of the fruits above and then apply to make a fruit smoothie anti-aging mask (and throw some in a blender to drink while you’re at it!)

Dangers of Skin Whitening Products

Skin bleaching or skin whitening is not a new concept.
Back in the Elizabethan times women and men strived to achieve a pale white skin complexion. This was considered to be a sign of beauty and also of social standing. Those who could afford to applied Ceruse – a paste made from vinegar and white lead – to their face, neck and chest.
For woman it was also fashionable to have rouge cheeks and crimson lips.  They would use dyes from plant roots and animals on their cheeks but the lips were reddened further by with a pigment made from red mercury sulfide. Mercury was also used to wash the face, acting like a chemical peel to make the skin soft and fresh.
Of course, we now know the about effects of lead and mercury poisoning on the body, so it is no surprise that these practices caused serious skin damage that included skin blemishes and acne but also a thinning of the outer skin layer. In more severe cases the skin might even turn a blue grey colour.
Despite the risks, these dangerous ingredients were used in beauty treatments well into the 18th century and mercury can still be found in skin whitening creams and soaps today.
While a whiter skin complexion is still considered desirable in some cultures, more and more woman are seeking skin whitening treatments to treat skin problems associated with hyperpigmentation. Uneven skin tones and areas of hyperpigmentation can occur as a result of sun damage, skin irritation, hormonal imbalances or birth control pills.
Skin whitening or skin lightening creams can be used to treat a range of problems including dark spots, acne scarring, freckles and melasma but be care should be taken when choosing a product. Many skin lighteners still contain chemicals that pose serious health risks if used for prolonged periods.
How Do Skin Whiteners Work?
Skin whitening creams contain ingredients that act to slow the production of melanin in the skin’s outer layer.
Melanin is a brown pigment produced in the melanocytes in the skin. Melanin is the body’s natural protection against the harmful effects of UV rays, however, an over production of melanin (hyperpigmentation) can cause uneven skin tones and other skin disorders.
Skin bleaching agents act to reduce the action of the enzyme, tyrosinase, which controls the rate of melanin production in the skin.
Products that contain effective ingredients can help to treat the problems associated with hyperpigmentation, however, chemical-based skin whiteners can  can be potentially dangerous and carries the significant health risks with extended use.
What Skin Whitening Ingredients Should We Avoid?
Chemicals traditionally used in skin whitening products can include hydroquinine, mercury and steroids. While the use of these chemicals has been banned in some countries, ingredients like hydroquinine may still be prescribed by physicians.
The biggest danger of exposing the skin and body to these toxic chemicals is that, over time, they can produce adverse side effects and serious health concerns including skin discoloration, malfunctions of the nervous system and internal organs and an increased risk of cancer.
Hydroquinine  


Hydroquinone [C6H4(OH)2] is a toxic chemical that is used in black and white film processing, manufacturing rubber and is found in some hair dyes. Hydroquinine is used in skin lightening creams and lotions because it is an effective bleaching agent, slowing the production of the tyrosinaseenzyme and reducing the amount of melanin formed.
While we do not know the full extent of the health risks hydroquinone poses, it is considered to be cytotoxic (toxic to cells), mutagenic and carcinogenic (cancer causing). Hydroquinine is thought to increase the risk of complications such as thyroid disorders, liver disease and adrenal dysfunction. It has been banned for sale as a skin lightener in Europe, Japan, and Australia and many groups are calling for the FDA to ban this chemical in the US.
A ban was proposed by the FDA back in 2006 but currently skin-lightening products that contain 2 % hydroquinone can be sold over-the-counter  and products that contain up to 4 % hydroquinone can be obtained by prescription from a physician.
Common side effects reported from the use of hydroquinine creams include skin rashes, burning skin irritation, excessive redness and a dryness or cracking of the skin.
If used for extended periods of time, hydroquinone can sometimes induce a condition known as “ochronosis.” People with ochronosis can show a blue-black darkening in certain areas of the skin.
Like other pigment-reducing complexes, hydroquinone can make your skin more susceptible to the sun’s UV rays. This can lead to serious sunburn and an increased risk of certain types of skin cancer.
Mercury 

In August 2013 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning to consumers advising them not to use skin creams, beauty soaps or lotions that might contain mercury due to the dangers of mercury poisoning.  The FDA first banned the use of mercury in skin-bleaching and lightening products back in 1990 but the regulatory office has since found that mercury was being used as an ingredient in some products that were manufactured abroad and sold illegally in the United States.
Mercury is a toxic chemical that is readily absorbed into the body but it is not easily removed. When mercury is used for skin whitening the initial side effects can include skin rashes, skin discoloration and scarring. Long term exposure to mercury can have more serious health consequences.
The World Health Organisation advises that using mercury on a long term basis can damage the kidneys and the nervous system. It can also cause depression or psychosis and interfere with the development of the brain in unborn children and very young children.
The FDA recommends that you read the label of any skin lightening creams you use. Products containing mercury will have the words “mercury,” “mercurous chloride”, “mercuric,” “mercurio,” or “calomel.”  If there is no label or list of ingredients do not use that product.
Steroids

Unfortunately, many skin-lightening creams contain illegal compounds which can include high-dose steroids. Although steroids can be useful in treating inflammation of the skin caused by diseases such as eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis, they were never intended for skin lightening use.
When steroids are prescribed this take place under the supervision of a skin specialist and the usage is generally minimised to a few short weeks.
While topical corticosteroids can appear to lighten the skin very quickly, this is because they act as “vaso-constrictors”. This means the blood vessels in the area treated will become constricted (narrow) and the flow of blood will be slowed, giving the skin a whiter appearance.
Steroids can also slow the process of cell regeneration so less melanocytes are formed, leading to a decline in melanin production. The negative side of slowing the skin’s natural cell renewal is that the epidermis (outer skin layer) can becomes thinner and many people complain of the appearance of green veins in the skin.
Unmonitored use of high-dose steroids can lead to many problems. The thinning effect on the skin can increase the risk of physical damage to the skin. The skin can become more susceptible to chemical and environmental factors and there will be an increased risk of sun damage and additional pigmentation problems.
The high doses of steroids found in the illegal skin whitening creams can also interfere with the body’s hormone levels and, in extreme cases, can result in disorders such as Cushings syndrome which affects the adrenal gland.