Wednesday, October 1, 2008

I was creative today!

For the first time all week I actually felt pretty good today. Which, considering the afternoon weather, is absolutely amazing. But, I will not look a gift horse in the mouth. It was a good day, and I'll take as many of those as I can get!

So, creation of the day... Milk Bath! (Well, and fresh Shampoo and Conditioner for the September Giveaway)

Its an excellent formulation containing dried milk, dehydrated yogurt (for extra protiens which are *excellent* for healing skin, and extra alpha hydroxy acid, which, as most of us know by now is really good for helping to rid yourself of excess dry skin, firming, toning, and de-wrinkling), powdered honey (which contains an enzyme called glucose oxidase, that when combined with water, is a mild antiseptic. Honey is also a natural moisturizerizing humectant, that draws in moisture to your skin and helps retain it as well. The biggest benefit, is that it does all this without making your skin feel oily or greasy, which is especially handy during the winter months. And because it’s so gentle, it is suitable for sensitive skin. ), and colloidal oatmeal (to sooth dry irritated skin, and leave you feeling soft and silky!).

We've decided to leave this product all natural, because it doesn't need anything extra to be oh so good for your skins health and well being.

We can however, recommend, that if what you're longing for is a good long soak in all this milky goodness *and* a great scent, plus muscle relaxation, try the next item up, which is a great pre-blended formula using our amazing milk-bath and sea salts.

Our original salt soak is made with European and Dead Sea Salts containing natural water (and skin) softening minerals that are great for moisturizing. It also contains Epsom Salts, which as we all know, is an excellent soak for sore muscles.

Because it is recommended that you not soak in Epsom salts more than two or three times a week, we highly recommend using those other days to soak in our luxurious milk bath! After all, if milk baths were good enough for Cleopatra, they are definately good enough for the Queens in all of us!

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