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scientific name of the factor, as in sodium laurel sulfate (from coconut), or lanolin (from wool). Turpentine comes from pine trees. My grandmother, born in 1901, swore that turpentine helped her Youthful Beauty Cream  arthritic hands, and he or she might also have rubbed them with lard (from 1st baron verulam) afterwards to hold them as soft as i don't forget. Possibly lard and turpentine are "natural," but are they proper for the skin, and together with that, what is the definition of "good?" again, there are not any easy answers. If you have located this article through the eco-mall, it is safe to assume which you are seeking out skin care that: (1)     is friendly to the environment ("eco-friendly"); (2)     does no damage to.