For my final post tonight, I wanted to share my analytical recipe for another popular massage product – Soothing Touch Jojoba Massage Lotion.
In my previous post, I shared the exciting news about my new “Dojo” / Exercise Room / Massage Studio. Now to expand on that post, I am sharing an analytical free formula which is a potential duplication of a popular massage lotion.
As every vacation does, this one went by far to quickly. I can’t believe it’s been a week already, but when I look back at all I accomplished in that week, I feel like I spent my time well.
This post is a round-up of all the things I made all week – this time with much better pictures. 🙂
It’s Friday already. How the week flew by! Only a couple more days left to get my “to do’s” done. Luckily, I have already done everything on my original list and now I am down to just a few personal refills and maybe a couple more things just to do for fun!
Today, I spent the day making a refill of my favorite Wheat Germ, Flax & Rosehip Hair Conditioner, a new experimental sugar scrub I am calling “Lemon Butter Scrub”, and a new gel cream I am calling “Cooling, Hydrating Water Gel”.
I had forgotten how much fun it is to try to work out analytical recipes. I will have to do that more often. Tonight I did another one — this time for Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Sheer Hydration Lotion.
What better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than making things for someone you love? That is just what I did today. On Sunday afternoon’s docket… Len’s Dry Feeling Lotion!
While that was cooling, I took some photographs, and wrapped up my last couple batches of bath bombs.
Then I found another spare hour somewhere, and also made a batch of Island Escape lotion for my niece, Sheri. I don’t have it done yet, so I will have to post those pictures tonight or tomorrow.
I had a number of things I wanted to accomplish this weekend, including a new batch of soap and lotion. The fates were not on my side though. Friday night, my scale went “kaput”. Without a scale to use, I had to change gears and do something else this weekend. Seriously, I burn through scales like crazy. This must be the third one in the past year!
On the knitting front, however, I have more progress to announce. My new company – LD Knitwear – has completed the testing phase with the Dublin Mitts and Carousel Cowl patterns and published the patterns on Ravelry! Hooray!
To properly celebrate, I have decided to offer a free formula for making my all-time-favorite-can’t-live-without-it-concoction: