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March Madness!!!

Special offer for the month of March only. Must be a FB follower!

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Come and fan our FB page and the 200th person will set off a random giveaway! The winner will get a special basket courtesy of us.

Update:  Still looking for fan 200!  When you “like” our FB page, be sure to let us know you came to us from here.

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Have sensitive skin or skin that needs a pick-me-up? Ask about our all natural “Rosemary & Rosewood” facial cleansing oil or body lotion. Rosemary & Rosewood essential oils are good for soothing sensitive skin, treating blemishes and as an astringent for devitalized skin!

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The holidays are here!!!  Be sure to get one of our ready made packages or baskets! Click on the link for information.

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Have a “Spalicitious” day!!!

In trying to add just a little something to the product line to make it a bit more unisex friendly, we now have “Fresh & Clean” lotion.  Made with sweet almond oil, water, beeswax, vitamin e oil and  cedarwood, patchouli and petitgrain essential oils, your skin is sure to feel just that…”Fresh & Clean”!  This lotion is great for revitalizing skin, especially for skin that has been chapped by the weather.  With the temperatures dropping, this is a great product to have in your bathroom!

Comes in 3 sizes.

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A great skin revitalizer!

Latest product…all natural LOTION!  I started it last night and I must say it came out pretty good.  Made with sweet almond oil as it’s base, it has rosemary (which gives it a hint of a minty smell and is a good astringent for helping devitalized skin to regenerate as well as for puffy or itchy sin), rosewood (which is good for soothing sensitive skin, helping to prevent wrinkles and treating blemishes) and tea tree (which is good helping for acne and dry skin) essential oils infused into it.  The smell is subtle and it goes on rich and creamy.  I think it should be a great seller, especially for those that aren’t into a lot of stuff in their body products and can’t deal with strongly scented products.

I love it and know you will too!  Send an email to SpalicityE4U@aol.com for more pricing info.

Also, if you are a Facebook member, be sure to check out our current items for sale exclusively to the Facebook community (http://facebook.com/SpalicityE4U).

We’re back!!! Chester Farmer’s Market opening day is right around the corner; check out our website for dates! http://se4u.webs.com/apps/calender

And I will call them, Lavender Milk Bath Bombs…

Ok, well first of all they weren’t supposed to be bath bombs.  “Huh?”, you say?  Well what happened was that they started off as an unscented bath salt.  The problem and that made me have to change it…well let’s say I learned the hard way that you shouldn’t use dendritic salt with baking soda and then jar or baggie it up.  Can you say, “POOF!!!” as puffs of white smoke flies in the air?  Not a good selling point!  That being said, I had several recipes on hand for bath bombs and since most of the ingredients were the same (with a few things that needed to be added), I decided to try my hand at some.  So, after adjusting some measurements (since I had already added the dendritic salt and bath bombs call for citric acid which like the salt, helps to not just preserve the ingredients in the product, but activates the CO2 in the baking soda, that was one of the measurement adjustments that needed to be made) my experiment began.

Using, baking soda, powdered milk, epsom salt, sea salt, dendritic salt, citric acid, corn starch (not necessary, but apparently this is what makes bombs float in the water.  Side note:  do not use any tub products with corn starch if you have or are prone to yeast infections as this will “feed” the infection!  Now, if you research the web this is a controversial point but I figure better to put it out there and be safe now rather than sorry later), olive oil, cocoa butter, fragrance or essential oil (I used lavender essential oil in mine), color (optional but I colored mine lilac), flowers (I used lavender flowers.  Another side note:  If you do not want these to get on you or in your tub, tie up the bath bomb in nylon or old, thin material prior to placing into tub and for any products that have oils in them, I’ve learned that if you sprinkle some baking soda in the bottom of your tub prior to running water and bathing in it, it will absorb the oil leaving you slip and slide free!) and a 1:1 blend of witch hazel and water (this helps to give it that shine after it dries but also is not necessary.  Another alternative is to slow bake them for 3-4 hours when they are done and out of the mold.) and I had the start of my bath bombs.  Oh, be sure to push hard and pack the molds tight.  You’ll especially want to do this if you have molds like mine which are made to imprint designs on the products you use them for (I use mine for various bath products).

Now save for the fact that I used straight witch hazel (and hopefully that won’t effect their drying properly), I think my faux pas turned out pretty good.  If nothing else, they sure smell great!!!  Stay tuned for the final results!

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Update:

Although I haven’t had the chance to use one yet, they dried fine and have been packed and labelled for this weekends opening day at the farmers market.  Yay!  Job well done for what started out as a messed up batch of bath salt!

Additional update:

They wound up being relabeled as solid salts.  Not much of a fizz as I expected and hoped for.  The next time WILL be better!!!


In a rush?  Need something that you could whip together in a hot second at home and put in a bottle small enough to take everywhere with you (obviously you’ll have to up the amounts to get enough to put into a small travel bottle)?  Here’s 2 quick fix recipes I came across that are sure to moisturize your face when you’re on the go and all you need are 2 ingredients!

Quick fix moisturizer for normal skin:

2-drops of sweet almond oil

3-drops of distilled water

Mix in your palm and rub your hands together then apply to your face

Do this regularly to keep your face moist

Quick fix moisturizer for sensitive skin:

2-drops of sweet avocado oil

3-drops of distilled water

Mix in your palm and rub your hands together then apply to your face

Do this regularly to keep your face moist

In any weather, it’s so important to keep your skin moisturized and healthy.  Unfortunately, not everyone has the time to do anything more than wash their face.  That being said, these quick fix recipes are sure to especially help those limited on time in their daily routine.  Anyone prone to allergic reactions from either of the oils noted should research an optional oil (like possibly chamomile oil for sensitive skin) prior to trying either recipe.  Here’s to great skin!!!

Samples Boxes

       Currently on sale until Mothers Day!“Lovely Lavender” sample box with lavender scented items

Just in time for Mothers Day are our sample boxes.  Each box contains a bath salt, body scrub, tea light candles and soap with a free gift!  The name represents the scent of the products inside.  Currently, our boxes are “Lovely Lavender” (shown above), “Lemon Essence”, “Calm & Collective” (chamomile scented products) and “Mix and Match” (something from each of the other boxes).  Currently, all candles are aromatherapeutic as they are made with essential oils.

Be sure to go to our website for more information!

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