Pina Smoothie Body Butter

Sometimes we just have way too many things on our to-do list. Dishes, laundry, getting the car registered, getting the dog groomed, planning dentist visits, making dinner and you still haven’t made that one special fragrance request project! Ack! How does one keep up with it all? Sometimes we all need a little help. When I have someone ask for something with a particular fragrance and my schedule is already bursting at the seams, I turn to one of the bases. Shipping has been running low on samples and I just had to get something done. I decided this would be a two birds with one stone project. Shipping gets their samples and the blog readers get to see how fast and easy using a base is. It can help you get back to taming the rest of your to-do list. Let’s go to the kitchen for a quick project and then we can check something off of our to do list. Yay! 

Collect Needed Materials:

Body Butter Base
Pina Smoothie Fragrance Oil
Lemon Yellow Color, Premixed
Large Spoon or Spatula
Containers for Finished Product


Recipe in Volume
128 ounces Body Butter Base (1 gallon)
1 ounce Pina Smoothie Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Lemon Yellow Color, Premixed
Recipe in Percentages
99.2% Body Butter Base
.8% Pina Smoothie Fragrance Oil
Q.S. Lemon Yellow Color, Premixed

Open the gallon of Body Butter Base. Soften the base by stirring gently. Add 1 oz of Pina Smoothie Fragrance Oil and a small amount premixed Lemon Yellow Color. Stir gently until everything has been mixed well from top to bottom. Scoop into container and label. Now you can enjoy this fabulous butter and the rest of your day! How easy was that?



Collected Materials
Adding Fragrance
Adding Color
Finished Body Butter

Finished Jars
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Tea Tuesday – Ginger Peach, Cranberry Blood Orange, Strawberry Vanilla

This week I am preparing new items for the web. Our catalog will have new colored caps for the lip balm tubes, a new flavor (get ready PINEAPPLE FANS!) and a few new fragrances. I also am releasing new tea. I have just finished all the cards for last week’s Tea Tuesday and everyone should be receiving them now or in a day or two. This week I am offering some new teas.

To participate in this project it isn’t hard, you just need to send me your address. Remember, this address must be deliverable by the post office AND you need to tell me which kind of tea you would like. I’ll send you a card and some tea so you can put your feet up and enjoy a few quiet moments. If you have received a card and tea please tell the other readers how much fun you have in receiving some mail that isn’t bills or junk. I will certainly send to those who have requested in the past, just send me a new request.

So… you are probably wondering how you can send your address to me. It is simple. Please go to our Contact Us page and choose the Community Pursuits radio button.

Remember to choose your tea AND write your address. This week I have:

  1. Ginger Peach Black Tea
  2. Cranberry Blood Orange Black Tea (Fair Trade, Certified Organic)
  3. Little Citizen’s Strawberry Vanilla Rooibos Tea (Fair Trade, Certified Organic)

Have a great Tuesday and remember to take a few quiet moments each day. Thanks to everyone who participates in this event. I really like a few comments in your request so I have something to write about. Sometimes my brain is tired and I need a nudge. Anyone ever feel like this? I don’t know if I shared with you, but Debbie wrote to me: “Thank you so much!! If we synchronize our clocks, we can all be sipping and relaxing at the same time!!” I think this is a fabulous idea!
Take care,

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Sensational Celebration Swap

I am so excited to introduce this swap that I will be hosting this month! For those who are unfamiliar with swaps, allow me to back up and explain a swap to you. A swap is a themed exchange of soaps, cosmetics and toiletries you make. For example, this swap is themed for celebrations, birthdays, weddings, slumber parties, graduation, baby showers etc. You decide on something to make that the theme has inspired you to create. You send in enough of your product so that all participants can try your fabulous goodies. (I limit the swaps to 15 members. There is a possibility to have multiple swaps that have the same theme if there is enough interest. If you want in the swap, I won’t leave you out.) You also send a recipe as well as a listed amount to pay for shipping. You receive back a box containing all of the goodies that the swap participants sent in as well as a complete recipe book. 

Swaps are a great activity to receive inspiration and ideas. It is also nice to get a package in the mail that isn’t junk or bill related. It is just like Christmas! Maybe even better. It is box full of fun, cheer and laughs. Swap boxes are truly a delight that brings childish joy to the recipients. Don’t believe me? Ester said this about the Halloween Swap that just had to be shared. “SQUEEE! It’s here! My ancient tom cat Gandalf ‘helped’ me go through the box, I think he felt the need to oversee the Halloween project. Everything is wonderful—- either extremely clever and well crafted or extremely useful and needed.” Thanks Ester. I can see you and Gandalf had a great time.

So… have I interested you in a swap? I hope so. If you would like to sign up for the swap, come to The Sage Forum and sign up. Swaps are listed in in the swap category. It is easy, fun and oh so rewarding.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask. It’s what I am here for. In the meantime, sign up for this swap. It is guaranteed to be a party in a box! Come join this fabulous party!


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Spring Relief Menthol Butter

I have felt so bad for Andee since she sprained her ankle. She hobbles around here doing what she can without her ankle paining her. :-( I decided to make a menthol cream to give her some relief. This butter also makes a great way to start spring. I wanted a butter that would hold its shape well in the jar but could easily and gently be rubbed into the skin. A gentle massage really helps ease muscle tension. The menthol in the butter is extremely light. This butter will not force anyone to pick it up with a nine foot pole. (Not even Mr. Grinch.) I didn’t want such a strong cooling affect that would compel the wearer to wash it off their skin. Instead, I wanted a product that would make anyone willing to use, even if they are not part of the Mint Fan Club. Let’s head to the kitchen to make this Spring Relief Menthol Butter. 

Collect Needed Materials:

Shea Oil
Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
Olive Butter
Golden Jojoba
Stearic Acid
Menthol Crystals
Microwave Safe Container
Containers for Finished Butter


Recipe in Grams
60 grams Shea Oil
40 grams Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
60 grams Olive Butter
30 grams Golden Jojoba
50 grams Stearic Acid
.2 grams Menthol Crystals
Recipe in Ounces
2.12 ounces Shea Oil
1.41 ounces Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
2.12 ounces Olive Butter
1.06 ounces Golden Jojoba
1.76 ounces Stearic Acid
.01 ounces Menthol Crystals
Recipe in Percentages
24.9% Shea Oil
16.6% Cocoa Butter, Deodorized
24.9% Olive Butter
12.4% Golden Jojoba
20.8% Stearic Acid
.08% Menthol Crystals

Weigh everything except the Menthol Crystals into a microwave safe container. Heat gently until liquid. Add Menthol Crystals. Stir occasionally as the mixture cools down. When the mixture is cool, cream the oils together as you would cream butter and sugar together. Scoop the mixture into containers and enjoy!


Finished Butter on Finger
Weighing Oils
Weighing Oils
Weighing Menthol Crystals
Adding Stearic, I almost forgot it!
Creaming Butter
Creamed Butter

Finished Butter
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Deena’s Daisy Lip Balm

Deena emailed in asking for help to formulate a lip balm that she could put in our Daisy Butter Pots. Today, I will share that recipe with you. Deena was interested in a softer lip balm. For that reason, I used Mango Oil. Mango Oil is one of the softer oils we have that is solid at room temperature. I also added Shea Oil to add a smooth creaminess to the lip balm. I really enjoyed this finished lip balm, and I think you will too. Come to the kitchen to try Deena’s Daisy Lip Balm.

Collect Needed Materials

Mango Oil
Deodorized Cocoa Butter
Shea Oil
Castor Oil
Strawberry Swirl Flavor Oil
Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Ruby Lip Balm Color
Microwave Safe Container

Recipe: 9.92 oz or 281.23 grams

Will fill about 55 lip balm tubes.

Recipe in Ounces
2.02 oz Beeswax
2.52 oz Mango Oil
1.51 oz Deodorized Cocoa Butter
3.02 oz Shea Oil
1.01 oz Castor Oil
.21 oz Strawberry Swirl Flavor Oil
.21 oz Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Q.S. Ruby Lip Balm Color
Recipe in Grams
57.27 g Beeswax
71.44 g Mango Oil
42.81 g Deodorized Cocoa Butter
85.62 g Shea Oil
28.58 g Castor Oil
6 grams Strawberry Swirl Flavor Oil
6 grams Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Q.S. Ruby Lip Balm Color
Recipe in Percentages
20% Beeswax
25% Mango Oil
15% Deodorized Cocoa Butter
30% Shea Oil
10% Castor Oil
2% Strawberry Swirl Flavor Oil
2% Sugar Baby Flavor Oil
Q.S. Ruby Lip Balm Color

Weigh all oils into a microwave safe container. Heat gently until liquid. Add the Strawberry Swirl Flavor Oil, Sugar Baby Flavor Oil and enough Ruby Lip Balm Color to cover the end of a toothpick. Pour the lip balm in tubes, jars or pots. Enjoy!

Note: It has come to my attention that we have a limited supply of Mango Oil and will not be able to get any more after this supply is exhausted. :( If you wish to make this recipe without using Mango Oil, I have a list of substitutes for you. (Thank goodness!) Aloe Vera Butter, Avocado Butter, Hemp Butter, Macadamia Butter, Olive Butter, Shea Butter or Soy Butter. I hope you get a chance to try this wonderful recipe. Even when replacing the Mango Oil, it still makes a wonderful and dreamy balm.


Finished Lip Balms
Weighing Beeswax
Weighing Cocoa Butter
Weighing Oils
Melting Oils

Stirring in Ruby Lip Balm Color
Filling Daisy Lip Balm Pots


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New Product – Helichrysum Essential Oil

I am thrilled to announce that we now carry Helichrysum Essential Oil! I have been so excited for this new product, I can’t stand it. I have a snipit of a song running through my head. “Celebrate good times, come on!” I can’t wait to get into the blog kitchen with this new essential oil. I just don’t know what I want to make first. What would you like to this oil used in? Let me know and we will try it out together. Remember, the possibilities are endless. 


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Tea Tuesday – Good Hope Vanilla – Pomegranate Vanilla

Last time I visited with everyone I was cleaning my desk. I would like to report that my desk is MUCH cleaner now that I have cleared a few projects, had the blog team ship the 1 oz bottle samples AND prepared a few new items for the catalog. Today I was out of the office all day doing interviews. We need a new team member for our graphics department and I was off meeting new people for this position. Our week has been very fractured here and I would like to brighten it up by sending tea again. I’ve been having fun writing cards to our readers and sending tea. This is really a special time for me to just enjoy what we do as a whole company. This week I am sending either a Good Hope Vanilla or Pomegranate Vanilla Rooibos Tea. You might be wondering what changed. We will be an outlet for The Republic of Tea. So, from here on out you can expect the flavors of tea I offer to be in our catalog (soon).

To participate in this project it isn’t hard, you just need to send me your address. Remember, this address must be deliverable by the post office AND you need to tell me which kind of tea you would like. I’ll send you a card and some tea so you can put your feet up and enjoy a few quiet moments. If you have received a card and tea please tell the other readers how much fun you have in receiving some mail that isn’t bills or junk. I will certainly send to those who have requested in the past, just send me a new request.

So… you are probably wondering how you can send your address to me. It is simple. Please go to our Contact Us page and choose the Community Pursuits radio button.

Remember to choose your tea AND write your address. I have:

  1. Pomegranate Vanilla Tea (This is a Susan G Komen Sip for the Cure tea)
  2. Good Hope Vanilla Tea,

Have a great Tuesday/Wednesday and remember to take a few quiet moments each day. You need them. You deserve them. They heal the soul!

Take care,

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Special Feature: Emily Caswell of

In my spare time I love surfing the websites of various soapmakers and crafters to see all the cool things that people make. My home computer has LOTS of bookmarked websites that I find inspirational.

Baby Shower Lip Balm Favors.

Several weeks ago, I helped put a little gift package together for Emily Caswell since she had caught a mistake we made and told us about it. As a thank you for catching that mistake, I scoured her website and our catalog for items that we thought she might like to try. I couldn’t help myself, I kept going back to her website and drooling over her fun products. Finally, I decided that I have to share the wonderful items that she makes!

So, I sent an e-mail off to Emily and I’m so excited that she consented to an interview with me! I hope you enjoy this great interview!

Andee: What’s your background and what led you to start
Emily: My degree is in biology and psychology and I was also pre-med, so I have a strong science background. My first “real” job was in a biotech lab, but I wanted to be able to work from home when I had kids. So I left that job, pursuing an interest in art and design and starting my own business. I did graphic and web design for small local businesses for about 8 years. Late in 2004 I made some holiday gifts with a friend, creating my own labels and packaging as I had done for my clients’ products. Our sugar scrubs and bath salts were a big hit with our families, who ended up ordering their own gifts. I realized this was a great way to combine my lab experience with my design work. Within a year I had launched and was working on wedding favors.

Andee: How did you get started making customized wedding favors and gifts?
Emily: Several of my design clients were in the wedding industry, so I had spent some time designing for weddings. Through that experience I knew how much customers liked having favors and gifts personalized just for them. I had grown accustomed to emailing drafts of designs to my clients, so I provided that same service to my new customers. I started by offering wedding and bridal shower gifts and favors, with an assortment of flavors, designs, and colors. Over time I added more product options and eventually added birthday party and baby shower designs, too.

Cherry Blossom Wedding Favor

Andee: What do you enjoy most in your day-to-day work?
Emily: What I enjoy most is that I love everything! Apart from doing my taxes, I love it all! In any day I might design some tags, pour lip balm, take photos of new products, and decorate party favors. Other days I’m blogging or chatting with customers and colleagues on Twitter and Facebook. I feel so fortunate to have a job that I really love.

Andee: What separates you and your company from the competition?
Emily: There are lots of other companies providing custom party favors and gifts, but we’re different in several ways. We have very low minimums for personalization, we offer a wider selection of flavors and designs than most, we provide an emailed draft of all personalized artwork for customer approval before production, and we assemble and decorate our favors before shipping so customers don’t need to put anything together. I’m also pretty sure that we offer the fastest rush order service available!

Andee: What advice would you give someone just starting their own business?
Emily: Add new products or services a little at a time; it’s easy to get overwhelmed and end up with a product line that’s too big (and unprofitable). Also, find out about trade organizations that might benefit your business. For those of us in the personal care products industry, the Indie Beauty Network and The Handcrafted Soap Makers Guild provide reasonably-priced insurance, industry news, and ways to connect with colleagues. The support and continuing education I’ve personally received through IBN have been invaluable to my business.

Favors for a Divorce or Break Up Party

Andee: What one thing would you do with your business if you knew you could not fail?
Emily: I’ve been working on a new idea for personalized products and haven’t had enough time to work out all of the details and “officially” add it to my product line. That is happening too often now, so I think if I knew it would do well, I would hire someone to help me finish these ideas. Having even one extra set of hands would make a big difference, but as a small (micro-mini) business, I have always hesitated to hire. (Maybe that means it’s time to put the kids to work?!)

Andee: What do you see as the coming trends in the personal care industry and particularly the favors that you do?
Emily: When it comes to favors, I see parties getting very detailed and customized, but because of the economy (or maybe just a new interest in handmade), I feel like the trend is toward do-it-yourself. So there are opportunities for custom and personalized work, but those of us offering ready-made favors have to keep trying harder to offer really special, unique items with one-of-a-kind designs that can’t be duplicated! In the personal care industry, the buzz words seem to be natural, “green”, cruelty-free, and organic. I expect that customer demand will continue in this direction. Since some of the most exciting trends in personal care have been led by small businesses, it will be interesting to see if new cosmetics legislation is introduced and what impact this has on the role of small business in the personal care industry.

Butterfly & Ladybugs Label Collection.

Andee: What was one of your most memorable experiences while testing products?
Emily: I used to premix my lip-safe micas in dropper bottles with sweet almond oil, shaking them before use to make a “slurry” and then adding by the drop to my melted batches of balm. One time I was making a test batch of a new lip balm flavor and didn’t realize that the mica had settled in the dropper cap. When I squeezed the bottle, nothing came out. So I squeezed a bit harder and still nothing happened. Another squeeze and the entire cap popped off into the lip balm, splashing molten wax and butter all over the lab bench, chair, floor, my jeans, t-shirt, and lab book. Not long after that I acquired my lab coat and came up with a different way to add the mica!

Andee: What ways have you found to be the most effective for promoting your business?
Emily: I have always depended on search engines to get the word out about my products, through both organic search and, more recently, a bit of PPC advertising. I’m also finding Facebook and Twitter really helpful in maintaining relationships with my customers as well as promoting to new customers.

Andee: What was the biggest challenge you have faced so far?
Emily: The most challenging thing was finding affordable insurance, a problem solved by joining the Indie Beauty Network. My biggest ongoing challenge is time; my business is a full-time job, and I’m a full-time parent, too. There just aren’t ever enough hours in a day.

Easter Lip Balms

Andee: When you aren’t working on your products, what do you do in your spare time?
Emily: My first thought is, “What spare time?!” But I do enjoy reading, photography, Pilates, and sewing when I get the chance. My other love is my garden; from May through late September, I spend as much time as possible with the plants. I have always enjoyed growing flowers, but in recent years I have expanded my garden to include vegetables and herbs, too. I still work from home (now from a renovated office and lab space over my garage) so I also spend a lot of time with my two kids and (of course) my husband!

Andee: How can people get in touch with you to book your services?
Emily: You can see all of my work at
all of my contact details are at:

Thank you for this great interview! I had so much fun writing back and forth with you. I hope others will find your products just as inspiring as I do!

Do you know someone who you think should be featured on Adventures with The Sage? Use our Contact Us Page and send a note to the Blog Team. Tell us the name of the person, their company, and why they should be featured. It doesn’t have to be soapmaking or cosmetics related! Any feature recommendations will be accepted!

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Lemon Poppy Seed Cookies

I had such a fabulous time making all of these Lemon Poppy Seed Cookie themed products, I just had to share a Lemon Poppy Seed Cookie recipe. This cookie recipe is from the cookbook Baking Illustrated from America’s Test Kitchen. These cookies are soft and chewy with a fabulous lemon flavor to them. Mmm. Don’t miss out on these cookies. Perfect if you want to have a tea party! You can even send your guests home with their own Lemon Poppy Seed Cookie inspired line. What a great way to be the perfect hostess and the talk of the town! 

Collect Needed Items

All-purpose Flour
Baking Powder
Butter, Unsalted
Brown Sugar
Vanilla Extract
Poppy Seeds
Lemon Zest


Recipe in Volume – Makes 24 Cookies
2 cups All-purpose Flour
1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder
1/4 teaspoon Salt
16 tablespoons Butter, Unsalted
1 cup Sugar
1 tablespoon Brown Sugar
1 Egg
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 tablespoon Poppy Seeds
1 tablespoon Lemon Zest 

1/2 cup Sugar

Recipe in Ounces – Makes 24 Cookies
10 ounces All-purpose Flour
1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder
1/4 teaspoon Salt
8 ounces Butter, Unsalted
7 ounces Sugar
1 tablespoon Brown Sugar
1 Egg
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 tablespoon Poppy Seeds
1 tablespoon Lemon Zest 

1/2 cup Sugar

Recipe in Grams – Makes 24 Cookies
283.5 grams All-purpose Flour
1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder
1/4 teaspoon Salt
226.8 grams Butter, Unsalted
198.4 grams Sugar
1 tablespoon Brown Sugar
1 Egg
1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
1 tablespoon Poppy Seeds
1 tablespoon Lemon Zest 

1/2 cup Sugar

Preheat oven to 325° F. Prepare a baking sheet by using parchment or nonstick cooking spray. In a bowl, cream the butter, sugar and brown sugar together until light and fluffy. Add the lemon zest, egg and vanilla to the mixture. Blend well. Add the dry ingredients and mix until combined. In a separate bowl place the 1/2 cup of sugar. Fill a second bowl with cold water. Dip your hands in the water and shake off the excess. Roll a heaping tablespoon of cookie dough into a ball. Roll the ball of dough in the bowl of sugar and place on a baking sheet. Continue with the rest of the dough. Take a drinking glass and spread a little butter on its base. Use the glass to flatten the cookies until they are 3/4 inch thick, dipping the glass in the sugar to prevent sticking. Bake until the edges are golden brown, 15 to 18 minutes. Remove the cookies from the oven and allow to cool. Enjoy!


Finished Cookies with a Cup of Vanilla Tea
Preparing Cookie Sheet & Starting Oven
Zesting Lemon
Lemon Zest
Sugar & Butter
Creaming Butter & Sugar
Creaming Butter & Sugar
Vanilla Extract
Adding Egg, Vanilla & Lemon Zest
Mixed Dough
Dry Ingredients
Mixing Cookie Dough
Mixed Cookie Dough
Rolling Dough into Balls
Rolling Cookie Dough in Sugar
Cookies on Cookie Sheet

Pressed Cookies
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Lemon Cookie Lotion

This lotion is as fabulous as the scent! It is super yummy smelling. It makes me so hungry. This lotion is a great way to a foodies heart. I found the when the staff got a whiff of this one, they would pounce on me and seize my jar of lotion! My cat Leo, even agrees that this one is a winner. (You know that the cat likes the scent when he rubs himself all over you and even sleeps with the jar!) Come join me in the test kitchen while we make this dreamy lotion.

Collect needed items:


Stearic Acid
Emulsifying Wax
Sodium Lactate
Shea Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Pumpkin Seed Extract
Wheat Protein
Almond Butter
Shea Butter
Vitamin E Acetate

Water, Distilled
Lemon Essential Oil, USA
Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil

Microwave safe container for weighing ingredients
Transfer Pipettes
Containers for the finished products (I will be using 2 fl oz bottles.)


Recipe in Grams
7 grams Stearic Acid
20 grams Emulsifying Wax
10 grams Sodium Lactate
40 grams Coconut Oil Fractions
10 grams Evening Primrose Oil
5 grams Pumpkin Seed Extract
5 grams Wheat Protein
5 grams Almond Butter
5 grams Shea Butter
2 grams Vitamin E Acetate
2 grams Squalane 

380 grams Water, Distilled
3.75 grams Optiphen
1.25 grams Lemon Essential Oil, USA
1.25 grams Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil

Recipe in Ounces
.25 oz Stearic Acid
.71 oz Emulsifying Wax
.35 oz Sodium Lactate
1.41 oz Coconut Oil Fractions
.35 oz Evening Primrose Oil
.18 oz Pumpkin Seed Extract
.18 oz Wheat Protein
.18 oz Almond Butter
.18 oz Shea Butter
.07 oz Vitamin E Acetate
.07 oz Squalane 

13.4 ozWater, Distilled
.13 oz Optiphen
.04 oz Lemon Essential Oil, USA
.04 oz Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil

Recipe in Percentages
1.4% Stearic Acid
4.2% Emulsifying Wax
2.1% Sodium Lactate
8.5% Coconut Oil Fractions
2.1% Evening Primrose Oil
1% Pumpkin Seed Extract
1% Wheat Protein
1% Almond Butter
1% Shea Butter
.4% Vitamin E Acetate
.4% Squalane 

80.8% Water, Distilled
.7% Optiphen
.2% Lemon Essential Oil, USA
.2% Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil

Heat all ingredients except for Optiphen, Lemon Essential Oil and Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil until liquid. Blend well. Allow the solution to cool to less than 120 F. Add the Optiphen and fragrance oils. Mix well. Pour into containers and label.


Finished Lotion
Weighing Stearic
Weighing Oils
Weighing Oils
Adding Oils
Adding Water
Mixing Lotion
Preservative and Fragrance Oils
Adding Preservative and Fragrance Oils

Finished Lotion
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