Best handmade beauty & grooming according to redditors

We found 70 Reddit comments discussing the best handmade beauty & grooming. We ranked the 13 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Handmade baby grooming & personal care products
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Handmade wellness & relaxation products

Top Reddit comments about Beauty & Grooming:

u/kt-bug17 · 26 pointsr/AmItheAsshole

I don’t know what your dress looks like, but there are definitely “won’t break the bank” ways to add unique touches to your dress to make it stand out from your sisters.

  • Satin or rhinestone belt
  • A long elaborate veil (maybe even floor or even cathedral length?)
  • A fascinatior for all day or to change into just for the reception. (I wore a feather one to my wedding and loved it, definitely a fun and unique way to spice up your outfit)
  • Shoes dyed in your main wedding color
  • Super sparkly shoes
  • Unique jewelry (bold drop earrings are always a great statement- you can find gorgeous CZ earrings for less than $50)
  • Hem your dress to tea length (if possible with the cut and style of your dress). It’s a super cute and unique look
  • Ombré/dip dye the bottom hem of your dress
  • Wear a colored petticoat
  • Colorful/patterned underskirt that peaks out when you walk (or you can angle the front hem of your dress to a high-low hem so it is always seen)
u/Sexual_Batman · 17 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I have lupus too, complete with butterfly rash and random redness everywhere. If you're looking for something to talk your redness, face oil with blue tansy has been amazing for me.
This is the one I use:
Moondrop Organic Facial Oil by Celeste Botanicals | 0.3 oz | Blue Tansy | Reduce Redness | Anti-aging | Anti-inflammation

It doesn't get rid of all of the redness, but it helps a great deal and basically makes it look like I am wearing a light blush instead of looking sick.

u/BeckysMamma · 15 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

My skin is super sensitive to retinoids. I also have rosacea and freckles so hooray for me. :-( Anyway retinol makes me break out immediately so I've been looking for an alternative as well. I tried this bakuchiol serum from Wildland Botanicals that I get on Amazon and I'm kind of blown away. At first, there was no burning or rashes so I thought it wasn't going to work for me because I'm used to some kind of 'reaction'. But I figured I paid good cash for it so I'd see what I could get out of it. I treated it like a cleansing oil, rubbing it into my skin every night, taking off my makeup with it etc. a few weeks later for some unknown reason my rosacea wasn't as bad and I could actually see my skin and I realized my freckles werent as pronounced. Like I usually have a solid block of freckles across the upper part of my cheeks and this day they were - less. They were there but faded. So now I'm a FAN! No rashes, no breakouts and my freckles are fading!!!! It's real.

u/Peaches80 · 13 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

I'm currently using the one from Wildland Botanicals. It's on Amazon. Really happy with this oil.

u/Estrella37 · 10 pointsr/NoPoo

I'm a nurse with seb derm symptoms and it can be hard to find something that works. I tried a lot of things, and asked a lot of doctors, but what ultimately worked for me was the ACV shampoo bar from Wildland Botanicals. The ingredients are wonderful. Neem oil, Shea butter, apple cider vinegar, etc. I use it now approx 2-3x a week. Itch is gone, dandruff is gone.

u/rachel32socal · 8 pointsr/NaturalBeauty

It's the one by Wildland. Feels like luxury in a bottle.

u/luvs2p33outdoors · 6 pointsr/tressless

Sounds like a solid plan, tbh. You won't need a conditioner with the ACV bar. Along with saw palmetto it's got Shea Butter, which leaves your scalp feeling great. You'll want that to deal with the itch. It helps me out a lot.

u/ClimbingHalfDome · 6 pointsr/tressless

Afterwards you should be massaging a quality oil mixture gently into the scalp. I've been using this one for the last few weeks, liking it so far.

u/Vanska1 · 6 pointsr/NoPoo

As this is r/nopoo I'm going to recommend a lowpoo option. Check out the ACV Shampoo Bar from Wildland Botanicals. (also on etsy) As you're already sulfate free you won't have a problem transitioning. It's vegan and its got anti-fungal properties (which has totally gotten rid of my dandruff) which might be good for your situation. It doesn't strip your hair at all. It's on prime so it ships fast. My routine is similar to yours except I dry my hair straight with a hair dryer and a big brush a couple times a week and don't use any product at all. I've been using it for a couple years now and I think because of the oils I don't need to use a separate conditioner anymore. So considering that it's the only thing I use with my hair I don't mind the 14 bucks.

u/blueberry96 · 5 pointsr/Naturalhair

Best advice I can give you is start using the ACV bar. It's a solid shampoo bar that is just amazing. Vegan product with no sulfates, no preservatives, just lots of apple cider vinegar, neem, shea butter, castor, etc. And this shampoo bar lathers like crazy! The smell is a little weird, but it after rinsing it smells great. It took about a week to adjust to using a shampoo bar, but my dandruff & itch are pretty much gone. :-)

u/Bobloblaw878 · 5 pointsr/malegrooming

The only reason it's a problem to wash every day is because a lot of shampoos are pretty bad for your scalp. Just try something that isn't so harsh. Use a natural shampoo or like some others suggested try washing with a good healthy conditioner. I use this for example but there's lots of sulfate free shampoos out there that wont make your hair a fire hazard.

u/friendlyforreal · 4 pointsr/SebDerm

The best one I've found is the ACV bar from Wildlands. All natural, vegan product that soothes the scalp. It took me about two weeks to adjust to the shampoo, but my itchies are gone and my hair looks great too. I just love it. I get it on Amazon here. Good luck!

u/sunshinenfundip · 4 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

my dream would either be a nice set of crochet hooks, a popcorn maker, orthis

the crochet hooks because I don't have a complete set and the ones I do have are cheap. The popcorn maker because popcorn! and the tiara because I'm a goddamn princess!!!

u/Mirthless92 · 4 pointsr/tressless

A good option is going with a ketoconazole 1% shampoo such as Nizoral and alternate it with the ACV bar.

u/Ikotoo · 3 pointsr/tressless

I tried making my own oil mix, but it's not for me. Just get something like ScalpWorks. It's got all the oils you need plus all the stuff you want. Check out the ingredient list. I'm really liking it...

u/tyrannosaurusregina · 3 pointsr/fringefashion

I still haven't found the one I'm thinking of, but here's a much more affordable version from a US artisan:

This one is interesting, and it is apparently ethically sourced from artisans in India:

Here's a very doable-looking DIY:

u/MyDogsHuman · 3 pointsr/30PlusSkinCare

I've been using that I get on Amazon and its been great on my skin. I got it about a month ago and its really working on my freckles and generally brightening my skin. I've tried retinoids in the past and it always made me break out in a rash. Like immediately. This stuff just feels so good on the skin and really moisturizes. No dryness. It seems to last a long time cuz I've been using it every morning after I wash my face and there's still like half a bottle. I'm not sure how it works except its supposed to support cellular turnover etc. So glad I discovered it since I really don't like using retinoids. I haven't had any purging.

u/MassEffected3 · 3 pointsr/NoPoo

I started using ScalpWorks after getting some advice from the ppl over in /r/tressless. I don't saturate my scalp in it, instead I just massage a little in every night before bedtime. It's definitely helped.

u/Harbinger955 · 2 pointsr/tressless

I sort of agree. I stopped using Nizoral, and I definitely don't think it's good for daily use. But yeah, that ACV bar helps. It's now on Amazon Prime too (really fucking love Amazon Prime).

u/NateT86 · 2 pointsr/tressless

Here you go:

I think someone from UK said that shipping is free when two bars are ordered. Gotta love free shipping. :-)

u/2nd_acct · 2 pointsr/tressless
u/TinyApexPredator · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Here goes...

  1. Something blue - Because why not?

  2. Something that says summer - No matter what, I always end up with a sunburn.

  3. Food related & unusual - This makes me so happy.

  4. For the boyfriend - because he loved this game when he was younger and hasn't been able to find it since. [For the boyfriend's sister] ( - because she LOVES hedgehogs!

  5. A book you should read - This is about a German Shepherd adopted by the Royal Air Force during World War II.

  6. Less than a dollar - Had help from my boyfriend with this one. :)

  7. Dog related - YAS

  8. not useful but awesome - Now I want this!

  9. Movie everyone should watch at least once - Heart warming movie

  10. Useful for zombie attack - For cutting off their heads!

  11. Profound impact on my life & help achieve current goals - I desperately need to get in shape.

  12. Add-on item - WHY is this an add-on item? Ridiculous.

  13. Fandom related - Socks, the best way to support your fandom when you're at work and can't wear graphic t-shirts.

  14. Ridiculously priced

  15. Sharks or unicorns - both, with a bonus cat!

  16. Something that smells wonderful - Ahhh, sweet childhood!

  17. Toy that I wanted when I was a child - I wanted a razor scooter so bad when I was a kid, but never got one.

  18. Helpful for writers - I am definitely not a writer, but this seems like something that may help.

  19. Something related to my current obsession - I am currently OBSESSED with Shameless!

  20. Random & weird - I love bacon as much as the next person, but this is a bit too far...
u/ExclamationPi · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

We're similar in age and she has the same interests as my best friend, so I'm sure I can come up with something. I know you said just rocks, but these cool handmade soaps with crystals in them are something I would want! There's even different varieties. Horror themed makeup bags with makeup inside, which could also be horror themed (or maybe a clutch?). I don't know if she has read any of the DC Icons series (the young adult novels), but there is a Batman one. I was originally going to say one of those vinyl clocks, but a batman themed one, then I saw that they wouldn't arrive until after Christmas so maybe an art print of a horror movie or batman? or maybe a cat dressed as batman? There's always Funko Pop! figures, which are cute until they're terrifying. I recommend the 8-Bit exclusive Freddy or Jason if she already has a collection, because she might not have those ones.


u/Hybrid909 · 1 pointr/tressless

I like the ACV Herbal Shampoo Bar - Its got the Saw palmetto and Nettle which are DHT blockers, Neem oil which is antifungal (which is mostly all keto is) and a bunch of anti inflammatory oils. It's $13.95 on Amazon prime.

u/MishaJustMisha · 1 pointr/30PlusSkinCare

No problem! Right now I'm using this one and really liking it:

u/teenaamariee · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Funny kitchen strainer since u have other cooking/baking items.

Mermaid bath bomb because everyone needs good relaxation!