Archive for September, 2012

Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
I would like to take a moment to introduce our readers to a popular and well enjoyed festival here in China. Today is the Mid-Autumn Festival. While that name is the English translation the Chinese call it, Zhōngqiū jié (中秋节). My first introduction to the festival was a tame 2 hour celebration last year in the USA and I was told that it was called the Moon Festival. This is true, but it isn’t the official name. The festival always occurs on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month. The Chinese may use the Gregorian calendar for official business and record keeping, but they use a lunar calendar for celebrations and determining when the best times are for a person to do things that cause life changes, like getting married, starting new projects, moving and even having children. :)

Anyway, back to the Mid-Autumn Festival. This festival has a long history filled with traditions and stories. While the festival has been mentioned in ritual descriptions from 3,000 years ago, the festival became popular during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). While events vary from region to region of China, the people spend time with their families, eat moon cakes and watch the moon in appreciation while telling stories. There are two varieties of stories that are told particularly for the moon festival and I have found them to be fascinating.


The first story I heard was about Houyi (后羿, Hòu​ Yì) and his wife, Chang’e (嫦娥, Cháng’é). According to the story I was told, Houyi and Chang’e had been immortals who had angered the other gods and had been banished to live on earth as mortals. One day, the ten birds that were the alternating suns of the world, circled the world together scorching the earth. The Emperor of China, Emperor Yao commanded Houyi, a master archer, to shoot down nine of the suns to protect the earth. In payment for saving the earth, Emperor Yao gave Houyi a pill that gave eternal life, but only half was needed for one person. Houyi hid the pill in a box at his home. Some time later, Emperor Yao summoned Houyi to help with another event affecting the country.

While Houyi was away, Chang’e found herself suffering from boredom. She began examining her husband’s things and found the pill. Houyi returned at that moment and Chang’e was so startled, she swallowed the whole pill. She started to float into the sky because of the overdose. Although Houyi wanted to shoot her in order to prevent her from floating further, he could not bear to aim his bow at her. Chang’e kept on floating until she landed on the Moon. When Chang’e landed on the Moon, she coughed up half the pill. She asked the Jade Rabbit, the rabbit who lived on the moon, to compound another pill for her to return to earth and her husband. The Jade Rabbit consented if she would help him with making the elixirs for the gods while he tried to make a pill just like the one she had swallowed. Today, the Jade Rabbit is still trying to make a pill by mixing and grinding various herbs.


The second story I heard was about the overthrow of the Mongol rule. This story has not been supported by historical records, but it does make a good story. The Mongols had been ruling China during the Yuan Dynasty (1280-1368 AD). The Han people tried to rebel, but as group gatherings were banned, a rebellion was difficult to plan. When the leaders of the rebellion noted that the Mongols did not eat moon cakes, one of the advisers suggested they time the rebellion to coincide with the Mid-Autumn Festival. After seeking and receiving permission to distribute moon cakes to the Han Chinese residents as a blessing of longevity for the Mongol Emperor. Inside each moon cake was a piece of paper that said, “”Kill the Mongols on the 15th day of the 8th month.” The night of the 15th day of the 8th month, the rebels attacked and overthrew the Mongol government. They were then able to establish the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD).


No matter the stories and traditions, the Chinese government didn’t make the Mid-Autumn Festival a public and official holiday until 2008. The past month has been filled with hubbub as people send moon cakes to friends and family far away, bakeries and tea shops offer specials for moon cakes, and the parks are cleaned and decorated for the night of the festival.

I was able to visit a local branch of a cake store here in Beijing and take pictures of the moon cakes to share with you. While I can’t share the actual moon cakes, the pictures are pretty!

May your day be a good day and I hope you enjoy the moon tonight!

Stacks of boxes for moon cakes.

A box for moon cakes.

Individually wrapped moon cakes for sale.

Shelves filled with different flavors of moon cakes.

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Freebie Friday!

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Argan Oil

Can you believe that September is almost over? Sunday will be the last day of the month. I guess since you know what today is, you also know what happens today!

Before I go on to the giveaway of the week, I have to give Joy a round of applause for sharing her formulating and testing of the Bottoms Up Cream. What a great peek into the testing process and the mind/goals of a mom!

I would also like to remind our readers that we still have some of our freebie giveaways available. Taylor’s Shrink Band Special, Joy’s Pomegranate Flavor Special and my Envelope Special all still have available items to be requested as free additions to orders!

Now, onto this week’s giveaway! This week we are giving away some partial items from our Production Department. Many of the partial items are sent to the blog kitchen and our collection of partial items has gotten overwhelming! Not only are you helping us keep the blog kitchen clean, but you get to play with some new goodies too! This week’s goodies include a sample jar of Coarse Dead Sea Salt, a partial 8 oz bottle of Rosemary Oil Extract 2%, a partial 4 oz bottle of Argan Oil, and a partial 1 oz bottle of Egyptian Musk Fragrance Oil.

The winner for this week is … birdies! Congratulations! I will be sending you an e-mail for your mailing address. Your treasure box will be sent out on Monday!

Remember, if you comment any time during the week, you are automatically entered into the Freebie Friday Drawing.

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Bottoms Up Day 5

Friday, September 28th, 2012
This is the last day of my Bottoms Up study. If you have been following along, I hope that you have been learning how to tweak and test your formulas (whatever they may be) to get the product that you want. I went crazy and added on some more ingredients today to see what that would do to the end product.I reduced the Lanolin to 5% to bring back a slightly less viscous formula. I added some Black Currant Oil, Orchid Extract, and Chamomile Extract. The extracts have been used to calm, soothe, and repair irritated skin.

Ingredients
HMP Shea Butter
Aloe Butter
Soy Wax
Cherry Oil
Anhydrous Lanolin
Black Currant Oil
Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
Calendula Extract
Orchid Extract
Chamomile Extract
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes

Recipe: Yields 100 grams or 3.53 ounces.

Recipe in Grams
32 grams HMP Shea Butter
30 grams Aloe Butter
10 grams Soy Wax
8 grams Cherry Oil
5 grams Anhydrous Lanolin
2 grams Black Currant Oil
1 gram Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
8 grams Calendula Extract
2 grams Orchid Extract
2 grams Chamomile Extract
Recipe in Ounces
1.13 ounces HMP Shea Butter
1.06 ounces Aloe Butter
0.35 ounces Soy Wax
0.28 ounces Cherry Oil
0.18 ounces Anhydrous Lanolin
0.07 ounces Black Currant Oil
0.04 ounces Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
0.28 ounces Calendula Extract
0.07 ounces Orchid Extract
0.07 ounces Chamomile Extract
Recipe in Percentages
32% HMP Shea Butter
30% Aloe Butter
10% Soy Wax
8% Cherry Oil
5% Anhydrous Lanolin
2% Black Currant Oil
1% Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
8% Calendula Extract
2% Orchid Extract
2% Chamomile Extract

Instructions
Carefully weigh all ingredients in a microwave-safe container except for the Calendula, Orchid, and Chamomile Extracts. Microwave in short bursts (30-45 seconds) until the Soy Wax is completely melted. The mixture will be a brilliant, clear, orange color and extremely hot when completely melted. Wait until the mixture cools down and is just warm to the touch before adding the extracts. Stir and immediately pour into jars or bottles. Let set overnight to completely firm.

This recipe was a staff favorite. I had everyone trying my different creations, rubbing this and that into their arms, and everyone voted on this formula for the intended product. I have to say that I agree 100%. I could not have predicted the feel of this recipe over the others. The addition of the Black Currant Oil, Orchid Extract, and Chamomile Extract made for a heavier ointment (but still easy to apply). It stays on the skin longer (which is want I would want in a baby bottom ointment) is perfectly viscous, light in odor, and the color is beautiful.

I hope that this study has been educational and fun for everyone. This has probably been my favorite blog to date. While discussing this blog with other staff members, we decided that these recipes can be used for other things besides baby bottom ointment. I mentioned yesterday (Day 4) that that formula might be great for a foot balm. One person suggested that the Day 1 formulation could be used as a base for sore muscle rub, but to add Menthol Crystals. Hmmm, that is a good thought. Maybe that could be something we blog about in the future. So which formula would be a favorite for you to use on your baby, or as a gift to a young mother in your life? How would you change the recipes to suit your needs?
Joy

Finished product

Weighing ingredients

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Classes Available Soon!

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

I’m excited to announce that we will have a few classes! We have scheduled classes for the middle of October in the Salt Lake area, Riverton to be exact. These classes will be a fun way to make extra gifts or stocking stuffers for the upcoming holidays while playing with (excuse me, I mean learning about) different products available in our catalog. Want to know the best part about these classes? You can make items and take them home! You can even make additional items to take home the same day (time permitting) for a nominal fee for each additional item.

Each class will introduce a variety of our bases as well as introducing the basics of making simple products from scratch. You can learn how easy it is to color, scent and experiment with each base.

Now, let’s talk about the classes!

Making Scrubs & Moisturizing Indulgences
In this class, students will make Salt Scrubs, Lip Balm, and Body Butter. These items are great gifts to those you know that are all about being pampered. What will you learn?

  • You will learn not only about our Lip Solutions, but also the basics of making lip balm from scratch.
  • You will scent and color your own jar of our Body Butter Base.
  • You will make a salt scrub with our Glycerin Scrub Base and also learn about making salt or sugar scrubs from simple ingredients.

The first class will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2012 at 6 pm. This class will last approximately 1 1/2 hours. The cost for this class is $20 and I promise that it is worth every penny!

Creams, Bubbles & Kisses
In this class, students will make Head to Toe Cream, Bubble Bath, and Lip Balm. This class is perfect for putting together gifts when you have birthdays, hurried holiday presents or a child demanding a gift for a friend’s party “this afternoon”. What will you learn?

  • You will learn not only about our Lip Solutions, but also the basics of making lip balm from scratch.
  • You will scent and color your own jar of our Head to Toe Cream Base.
  • You will also scent and color your own bottle of our Bubble Bath Base.

The first class will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2012 at 10 am. This class will last approximately 1 1/2 hours. The cost for this class is $20. Can you just feel the relief washing over you?

If you would like to sign up for one or two classes, please call our main office to register, 435-755-0863. We will get your information and then we will send you an e-mail with more details about the classes such as where, what you need bring, and more. Please note that classes are not designed for drop-in students and preregistration is required.  Payment for the class will be collected at the time of registration, not the day of the class. Our teachers are not able to arrange for payment beyond additional items made in the class when time permits. If you have any questions, please call us.

Want to pick up an order during your class? You can! Free shipping is offered to anyone wanting to pick up their order at the class and who allows us 3 business days to process the order. Remember, we must pack and drive these items to Salt Lake and make sure our teachers have sufficient supplies. Ask for the exact details when you call to register for the class.

We will be introducing more classes and dates in November and December so keep checking in with us to see what is upcoming!

Tonya

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Crazy Mail Day

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Do you remember wanting to race to the mail box to find out what was delivered? Was there anything for you? Andee is feeling this way in China. She wants a crazy mail day. Would you be interested in sending her a letter or postcard? All letters, cards or postcards being mailed to China require $1.05 in postage. If you are interested in sending a letter to Andee, please send us an email at info@thesage.com and we will forward her address. Then send her a card or letter. She will love the explosion of mail that will arrive to her.

Thanks!

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Bottoms Up Day 4

Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Here I am changing my recipe, yet again, to get the product that I want. Remember that you should never have to settle for anything! If you try a recipe and you like the basic ingredients but the viscosity, color, or texture isn’t quite what you wanted, change it! Today I am going to increase Lanolin up to 7% instead of 5%. This will make a more viscous mixture but how viscous I am not sure. I also want to lighten the color by reducing the Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil to 1%. Let’s see how this formula turns out!

Ingredients
HMP Shea Butter
Aloe Butter
Cherry Oil
Soy Wax
Anhydrous Lanolin
Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
Calendula Extract
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes

Recipe: Yields 100 grams or 3.53 ounces.

Recipe in Grams
32 grams HMP Shea Butter
30 grams Aloe Butter
10 grams Cherry Oil
10 grams Soy Wax
7 grams Anhydrous Lanolin
1 gram Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
10 grams Calendula Extract
Recipe in Ounces
1.13 ounces HMP Shea Butter
1.06 ounces Aloe Butter
0.35 ounces Cherry Oil
0.35 ounces Soy Wax
0.25 ounces Anhydrous Lanolin
0.04 ounces Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
0.35 ounces Calendula Extract
Recipe in Percentages
32% HMP Shea Butter
30% Aloe Butter
10% Cherry Oil
10% Soy Wax
7% Anhydrous Lanolin
1% Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
10% Calendula Extract

Instructions
Carefully weigh all ingredients in a microwave-safe container except for the Calendula Extract. Microwave in short bursts (30-45 seconds), stirring in between, until Soy Wax is thoroughly melted. The mixture will be extremely hot and be a brilliant orange color. When the mixture is cooled and before it has started to become hazy, stir in the Calendula Extract. Pour immediately into jars or bottles. Cap and let sit overnight.

Day 4 turned out well. I am getting closer to my goal with the product. I liked the result of the lighter orange color. It is perfect! I don’t need to mess with that anymore. The Lanolin did end up making a thicker, more viscous ointment and I am worried that it is more difficult to apply to sensitive baby skin. I think that today’s formula would make a great foot balm though! It has a nice rub in time on the skin and it is extremely moisturizing. This just isn’t what I want in a baby bottom ointment, yet. Tomorrow is Day 5 and the final day so here’s to getting the product I want!
Joy

Finished product

Weighing ingredients

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UPS Shipping Alert!

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

I’ve just received an email from UPS notifying us of a severe weather delay in Louisville, Kentucky. I’ve attached the text of the email I received.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Severe weather in Louisville, KY, at WorldPort, one of UPS’s primary hubs in the US, caused a significant disruption to operations in the US. As a result, some shipments may experience unavoidable delays.

The UPS Service Guarantee does not apply when packages are delayed due to causes beyond UPS’s control.

If you have an order that you are expecting and it might have gone through this center, please check your tracking number to see where your package is. We hope that all packages that go through this center will be delivered safely.

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Bottoms Up Day 3

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012
Today I am adding some color to the baby ointment. I need to be careful not to put anything that will cause skin irritation in the formula. I chose Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil! If you have not used Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil before, let me say this is a brilliant orange color that definitely intensely colors anything it is added to. Look at my picture when I was adding the Seabuckthorn to my beaker. It really stands out! Seabuckthorn also has some regenerative properties for the skin.

Ingredients
HMP Shea Butter
Aloe Butter
Soy Wax
Cherry Oil
Anhydrous Lanolin
Tamanu Oil
Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
Calendula Oil Extract
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes

Recipe: Yields 100 grams or 3.53 ounces.

Recipe in Grams
30 grams HMP Shea Butter
30 grams Aloe Butter
10 grams Soy Wax
8 grams Cherry Oil
5 grams Anhydrous Lanolin
5 grams Tamanu Oil
2 grams Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
10 grams Calendula Oil Extract
Recipe in Ounces
1.06 ounces HMP Shea Butter
1.06 ounces Aloe Butter
0.35 ounces Soy Wax
0.28 ounces Cherry Oil
0.18 ounces Anhydrous Lanolin
0.18 ounces Tamanu Oil
0.07 ounces Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
0.35 ounces Calendula Oil Extract
Recipe in Percentages
30% HMP Shea Butter
30% Aloe Butter
10% Soy Wax
8% Cherry Oil
5% Anhydrous Lanolin
5% Tamanu Oil
2% Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
10% Calendula Oil Extract

Instructions
Carefully weigh all ingredients into a microwave-safe container except the Calendula Extract. Microwave in short bursts (30-45 seconds) and stir in between. This will help to prevent overheating and assist the Soy Wax to melt faster. The Soy Wax takes a little bit longer to melt and the mixture will get quite hot. The mixture will be a brilliant, clear, orange color from the Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil. Wait for the mixture to cool before adding the Calendula Extract. Do not let it become too cool and start to get hazy. After the extract is added, pour immediately into jars or bottles and let sit overnight to set up and solidify.

This mixture is just as fluid as Day 2′s formula but with some added wow with the color. I was very pleased with today’s formula. When put on the skin there is hardly any difference between Day 2 and Day 3 formulations, but it was all about the color. When all of the ingredients are melted the mixture will be a brilliant clear orange, but when it solidifies it turns an opaque orange similar to fresh pumpkin puree. I am still not 100% satisfied. The final product might be a little too strong of an orange for me (I did add 2% Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil) so I might try to lighten the overall color. I am also really loving the Lanolin in this formula and might want to add even more, and retest.
Joy

Finished product

Weighing ingredients

Melted Oils

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Bottoms Up Day 2

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
Today I am working on refining my first formulation. To recap, I need to reduce the peculiar odor and color, and make the formula a little more viscous. To start I am going to drop out the Neem oil and reduce the percentage of Tamanu. I am also adding in some Soy Wax to thicken my mixture. What I am trying to produce here is a fluid ointment that doesn’t need to be rubbed in, merely “placed” on the skin to prevent further irritation to sore bums. We all know what a product with good quality ingredients can do for any skin ailment or need, and I really want my ingredients to do all the work.

Ingredients
HMP Shea Butter
Aloe Butter
Soy Wax
Cherry Oil
Anhydrous Lanolin
Tamanu Oil
Calendula Extract
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes

Recipe: Yields 100 grams or 3.53 ounces.

Recipe in Grams
32 grams HMP Shea Butter
30 grams Aloe Butter
10 grams Soy Wax
8 grams Cherry Oil
5 grams Anhydrous Lanolin
5 grams Tamanu Oil
10 grams Calendula Extract
Recipe in Ounces
1.13 ounces HMP Shea Butter
1.06 ounces Aloe Butter
0.35 ounces Soy Wax
0.28 ounces Cherry Oil
0.18 ounces Anhydrous Lanolin
0.18 ounces Tamanu Oil
0.35 ounces Calendula Extract
Recipe in Percentages
32% HMP Shea Butter
30% Aloe Butter
10% Soy Wax
8% Cherry Oil
5% Anhydrous Lanolin
5% Tamanu Oil
10% Calendula Extract

Instructions
Carefully weigh all ingredients except for the Calendula Extract in a microwave-safe container. Melt in short bursts (30-45 seconds)and stir in between to prevent the mixture from overheating. The Soy Wax takes a long time to melt so be patient. The stirring will help reduce the amount of time needed in the microwave. Once the mixture is completely melted it will be extremely hot. It will be a clear yellow-green color. Keep a close eye on it while it is cooling. The mixture should not become hazy before adding the Calendula Extract because this will interrupt the long set up and cooling process. Once it is just warm to the touch, add the extract and then pour immediately into containers. Do not disturb until it has finished solidifying and cooling, overnight should do it.

I enjoyed this formulation over yesterday’s creation. The odor was much lighter (just a hint of Lanolin and Tamanu) and the texture was soft and creamy. It could easily be applied to a sore bum with minimal effort. Just about the right viscosity! But…I could still work on the color here. It turned out a bit greenish-yellow. Better than yesterday, but why settle? Tomorrow I will see what I can do about this!
Joy

Finished product

Weighing ingredients

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Bottoms Up Day 1

Monday, September 24th, 2012
Do you have a baby or know someone that has a baby? Are you frustrated with the baby bottom ointments and creams available? As a mother, I know and understand these frustrations. The standard ointments available just do not seem to work well with a baby with sensitive skin, especially after an awful #2 diaper. The babies scream and they don’t want any touching in the diaper area. I have a 5-day blog starting today where I will test my ideas for a product that will help solve the problem of painful baby bottoms. Mothers take heart! We will target oils and butters that are good for skin, reduce inflammation, moisturizing, and aid skin protection.First I chose Lanolin. This is a firm, yellow fixed oil that comes from sheep and is not only moisturizing but provides good skin protection as well. Next I chose Aloe Butter and Shea Butter (High Melt Point Shea Butter that is). Aloe has been used for a long time for sunburns so why not try it in a baby bottom ointment? Shea Butter is a favorite to use in baby skin care. Some mothers just use it right out of the container! It is extremely moisturizing and good for all skin types.

Next I looked at Cherry Oil. Cherry Oil can promote skin healing and counteracts itchy and dryness. This sounded like a pretty good reason to put it into my recipe. Calendula Extract is great for its anti-inflammatory properties so it is a good choice for tender baby skin.

I have been wanting to try Neem and Tamanu Oil in a recipe. I am a fairly brave person so I decided to try them at the same time! These are great oils but they have strong color and/or odor. Their benefits are huge though. Neem oil has been scientifically researched and found to have antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. Yes, please! Tamanu oil is great for inflamed skin.

The professional soap and lotion makers may be scratching their heads and thinking what a strange/interesting combination of ingredients this is. Keep reading and find out the results of this recipe are.

Ingredients
High Melt Point (HMP) Shea Butter
Aloe Butter
Cherry Oil
Tamanu Oil
Anhydrous Lanolin
Neem Oil
Calendula Extract
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes

Recipe: Yields 100 grams or 3.53 ounces

Recipe in Grams
32 grams HMP Shea Butter
30 grams Aloe Butter
11 grams Cherry Oil
10 grams Tamanu Oil
5 grams Anhydrous Lanolin
2 grams Neem Oil
10 grams Calendula Extract
Recipe in Ounces
1.13 ounces HMP Shea Butter
1.06 ounces Aloe Butter
0.39 ounces Cherry Oil
0.35 ounces Tamanu Oil
0.18 ounces Anhydrous Lanolin
0.07 ounces Neem Oil
0.35 ounces Calendula Extract
Recipe in Percentages
32% HMP Shea Butter
30% Aloe Butter
11% Cherry Oil
10% Tamanu Oil
5% Anhydrous Lanolin
2% Neem Oil
10% Calendula Extract

Instructions
Carefully weigh out all ingredients in a microwave-safe container except for Calendula Extract. Melt in short bursts (20 to 30 seconds) and stir in between until oils and butters are melted together. Your melted concoction will be dark brown and have a strong odor. That is the Neem and Tamanu talking. Completely normal. Once the mixture has cooled a bit and is just warm to the touch (not hot!) you may add the Calendula Extract and stir. Pour immediately into jars and let set up overnight. I would suggest leaving it overnight before using. It will turn an opaque greenish-brown color and will thicken a little once it cools completely.

I was not entirely happy with my first attempt. It is a good starting point, but I cannot get past the odor of Neem! I have heard how much people enjoy the smell of Tamanu, but not when it is laced with Neem. The color also was a big turn off for me. This product looks like the stuff that you are trying to wipe off the baby’s bum. This also was not quite the right consistency for me. It needs to be a little more viscous. Tomorrow I will have to change my recipe a little and see what I can do about these issues. Stay tuned!
Joy

Finished product

Weighing ingredients

Fresh out of the microwave

product on the finger

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