[Podcast Ep. 22] Oil Cleansing with Emma from The Sunday Standard

Emma Butt of The Sunday Standard

On episode 22 of the Positively Green Podcast, we have another special guest! Please welcome Emma, the founder of The Sunday Standard. She is a personal friend and also super knowledgable about skincare. You’re in for a treat! 🌿

About Emma Butt:

Emma The Sunday StandardEmma is the founder and formulator of The Sunday Standard, a clean beauty brand based in Milwaukee, WI. Her products are made with non-toxic, plant-derived ingredients and are formulated to heal blemish-prone skin from the inside out. You can follow her on Instagram @thisisthesundaystandard.

Topics Covered in This Episode:

  • How Emma became interested in clean and natural beauty
  • Why facial oils are so beneficial for our skin (especially acne-prone skin!)
  • What the “oil cleansing method” is and how to properly do it
  • The most effective way to layer your skincare products and how to avoid wasting your money! 🧴
  • Why Emma started her own skincare line and more about the products
  • Challenges with natural formulas + more about Emma’s Formula Botanica diploma in Organic Skincare Formulation 👩🏻‍🎓
  • How Emma practices sustainability with her business and the importance of sourcing high-quality ingredients
  • What’s next for The Sunday Standard

Resources Mentioned:

If you want to give her products a try, just use code POSITIVELYGREEN for 10% off your first purchase!

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2 comments on “[Podcast Ep. 22] Oil Cleansing with Emma from The Sunday Standard”

  1. My skin is super oily and acne prone. Which oil should I use for oil cleansing and should I wash face after that with face wash and which essential oil blend is good for acne and scars

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