So there's a blizzard on it's way to the Northeast today. School is closed for the kids. While I love that they're home, (yes I really do) I am sad that they will be going to school too far into the summer. We were hit by Hurricane Sandy only a few months ago and school was out for two weeks!
What are your family's favorite things to do when housebound? Do you play games, clean, head out into the snow, attack a room with paint, watch movies, make brownies?
While we decide what we'll do today, I am taking stock of my Sunshine Stepping Stones business, making decisions about my business plan and creating new, fresh products! It may be cloudy outside, but I'm finding a way to have a sunny attitude.
It's been a little while since I've posted on this blog and I want to show you the gorgeous new photos of my Sugar Scrubs. Before I do that, let me tell you that the recipe for Sugar Scrub that I posted a few months ago is simply a jumping off point. I've changed, altered and tweaked that recipe and now offer a more superior product for my customers.
The result is a more moisturizing, conditioning product that you'll be so pleased to make a regular part of your beauty routine.
How do you use scrubs? How often should I use them? These are questions I am asked all the time! To use: Take a small amount (about a tablespoon) and massage onto wet or dry hands, feet, elbows or knees. Gently rub in a circular motion to exfoliate and get rid of dry, bumpy or rough skin. Then rinse the sugar off and pat dry. Some customers use it in the shower...works for them, but if your skin is really dry, too much of the moisturizer in the scrub is washed away.
Sugar scrub is best used 2-3 times a week at most. The idea is to rejuvenate your skin.
Clapping! I opened an Etsy shop a few weeks ago! I was nervous about it at first, but also so excited to move my business in such a positive direction! The name of the shop is "Sunshine Sugar Scrubs" and here's the link.
Now here we go with the photos!
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