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#1 vegacosmetics

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Posted 19 December 2017 - 01:16 PM


Hi,

 

 

 

After producing and trailing hundreds of different formulations of methylene blue skin cream, I've now found a formulation I'm extremely excited about. At the start of the process I thought it would just be a case of testing different concentrations of methylene blue to see which works best in a skin care product, but that turned out not to be the case. Now I have this formulation which is producing some really remarkable results, and I'm looking for a few UK based people interested in taking a free 200ml jar to test. I want people from the LE community as I am looking for people who are science minded. 

After producing and trailing hundreds of different formulations of methylene blue skin cream, I've now found a formulation I'm extremely excited about. At the start of the process I thought it would just be a case of testing different concentrations of methylene blue to see which works best in a skin care product, but that turned out not to be the case. Now I have this formulation which is producing some really remarkable results, and I'm looking for a few UK based people interested in taking a free 200ml jar to test. I want people from the LE community as I am looking for people who are science minded. 



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Posted 21 December 2017 - 09:11 AM

Perhaps you should consider telling us more about the cream and your experience/expertise in making cosmetics? Randomly asking people to put something on their skin that may or may not be safe is probably not the best thing. :)



#3 vegacosmetics

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Posted 21 December 2017 - 11:11 AM

I don't have a background in cosmetics, I worked with some who does. My background is in biochemistry, and my focus was to figure out how to produce a methylene blue bearing skin cream which demonstrates a skin rejuvenating effect. It contains no animal derived ingredients, and has caused no skin irritation or other issues amongst those who I have had testing it.  



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