Tired of getting greasy lotion all over your knitting and crochet projects? If so, then it’s time to try out Lavishea Lotion Bars!
Lavishea Lotion Bars are a new and unique way to keep your precious skin healthy and moisturized. These bars, which look like small, round bars of soap, are made with all-natural ingredients and can simply be rubbed onto your skin — no water necessary! The heat of your body works to melt the lotion onto your skin, where is then absorbed without leaving any unwanted greasy residue. This innovative moisturizing system is perfect for crocheters because you no longer will have to worry about getting lotion on your precious crochet projects. Lavishea bars are great for healing dry, cracked skin, as well as maintaining soft, moisturized hands.
Because of their small and compact size, these Lavishea lotion bars are great for traveling. They are available in both scented and non-scented varieties and they are even gluten-free. Plus, they are made using fair trade shea butter and 100% natural soy, so you can feel good about using these earth-friendly products.
If you are making a gift for someone or crocheting an item for charity, you may want to stick with the unscented bar of Lavishea. However, if you’re making something for yourself, then have some fun with the scented ones! The lavender scent is my personal favorite. This one is especially nice if you are looking for a little extra stress-relief and relaxation.
Three other scents are available including Ginger Blossom, Pear, and Aloe & Green Clover. No matter what scent you choose, be sure to treat yourself (and your hands) to any one of these fabulous lotions bars.
Enter to win all 5 varieties of Lavishea Lotion Bars right here. The contest ends October 11, 2013.
What scent do you want to try first: Ginger Blossom, Pear, Aloe & Green Clover, Lavender, or Unscented?
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