If there’s one big drawback to the cold weather in winter (besides, you know, the cold), it’s the chapped hands. Dry, irritated skin can make knitting a nightmare. There are varying degrees of the affliction, from painful cracks to annoying discomfort, but the result is the same: knitting just isn’t as fun when your hands are in pain. Luckily there’s a pretty easy solution to this problem. All you have to do is lotion up your hands. The trick is to get the right kind of lotion, since different lotions will have different results. Lavishea Lotion Bars are tailored specifically to the needs of knitters, making these all natural bars one of the best dry skin solutions available to crafters.
The Lavishea Lotion Bars come in little tins, so you can throw one of these bars into a purse or stash bag without worrying about getting your yarn dirty. Application is simple–just rub the bar over your hands like it’s soap! Best of all, these lotion bars don’t leave an oily residue on your skin, so you can immediately resume knitting after applying this lotion. I really can’t stop raving about these lotion bars. Lavishea has a focus on all natural ingredients, so you can feel good about using this lotion as much as you want to. The available scents smell amazing. You won’t want to stop using these lotion bars.
What’s your favorite lotion scent?
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