I’ve been at it again, messing up my kitchen, filling my house with fragrances, and overflowing my dining room table with finished products! I wouldn’t change a thing about it though — I am having so much fun!
This weekend I managed to make 5 things: Telangyn Peptide Lotion, Gladback Collagen Facial Serum Spray, Oatmeal Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter, Facial Clay Masks, and Body Balms.
I think I am done now with making everything for my sister’s birthday visit, but I keep thinking of more things to make. Good thing there is only one more weekend left before I see her because I am running out of room!
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Of the many things I made this weekend, I did get a chance to whip up two batches of palm-free soap (hooray!). I named them “Terra Cotta” and “Eskimo Kisses”.
Alas, I didn’t have the greatest of success, but they may still cure out to be wonderful — only time will tell!
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My new book, Home Spa Formulary – Versatile Recipes for Bath, Body and Home, was published this week on Amazon.com. In order to promote the book, I am offering this free chapter so you can sample a wonderful recipe and get a feel for the overall style of the book.
This book offers over 56 recipes and countless combinations of options that will allow you to make many more variations of each product. Plentiful inspiration is offered for different combinations of ingredients so that you can customize the recipes and make them your own, tailored for your own unique preferences and skin type.
Goddess Glow Cleansing Grains:
Natural cleansing grains are all the rage these days. High end beauty product lines, fancy stores, and boutiques all seem to carry them. Unfortunately, they often come with a hefty price tag. For the price you would pay at one of these stores, you can have a year’s supply or more of your own brand of cleansing grains that is tailored for your specific skin type and preferences. Continue reading “Home Spa Formulary – Free Sample Chapter – Goddess Glow Cleansing Grains”