Wednesday, April 26, 2017

New Product Photos and Product Rundown

Everyone!! GUESS WHAT!?!?! HUGE NEWS! I've got new beautiful pictures for my shop. I am so excited! And they are SO PRETTY!!

I would like to send out a huge thank you to Matt Prokosch. He spent a few valuable hours working with me to get these beautiful pictures done one Sunday, and then got them edited and to me a few days later. And they are gorgeous!!!! Check out his other (even more amazing) work here.

So I am going to take this opportunity to show you these pictures and give you an overview of my products, what is in them, and what they are meant to do.

Lotion Bars

My lotion bars are a nourishing, moisturizing experience for the skin. I describe them in detail in this post. In quick summary; lotion bars are solid lotion. The lotion is applied after showers, baths, or whenever you feel your skin needs some extra love. They are super easy to travel with because they aren't liquid, and reduce the amount of packaging material needed. The bar should be slightly warmed between your hands, rubbed on the skin, and you're done.

The lotion bars contain shea butter, cocoa butter, calendula infused coconut oil, beeswax, and essential oils for scent. The butters and infused oil are to moisturize the skin. The beeswax creates a barrier to keep the skin moist all day long. 

The Pain Bar

The Pain Bar is my favorite product. I developed this specifically to help deal with my daily muscle aches and joint pains. I use it on tight shoulder muscles and on my knees, hips, and hands when they are giving me trouble. The bar can also be used to massage sore muscles and help decrease pain.

The bar contains arnica and sweet birch infused olive oil in my lotion bar base. Arnica is a very popular herb for pain relief due to it's anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties. Sweet birch is used because it is anti-inflammatory and naturally contains a chemical found in products like Ben-gay (without that terrible smell). 

Soothing Hand Salve

The soothing hand salve is a multi-purpose product. It contains calendula, plantain, and sweet birch, which are all herbs that are purported to have anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties. These herbs can be helpful with dry skin, cuts, scrapes, and burns.

The salve contains calendula, plantain, and sweet birch infused olive oil with beeswax. I like to use it on dry hands in the winter, after washing my hands almost constantly throughout the day, and on breakouts of eczema. When I use this salve on an injury I make sure to apply it several times a day for the best results. I've had some customers mention they use the salve as a cuticle cream as well. 

Lip Balm

So, I sell a lip balm. Really what kind of skincare company would I be if I didn't? They are the same combination of ingredients as my lotion bar, so your lips get the same nourishing experience as the rest of your body! Currently I only have them in peppermint flavor, but I will be adding more in the near future. 

What are some products you would like to see in my shop? Are there any herbs you'd like to learn about?

💗 Courtney

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