Lavishea Lotion Bars

Lavishea Lotion Bars: Pear, Lavender Eucalyptus Cuticle Treatment, Ginger BlossomLavishea Lotion Bars
Gifted By: Lavishea

Reviewed by Nicola Trumbull, Editor for

As crocheters, we often struggle with keeping our hands moisturized without getting any lotion on our crochet projects. In the winter, this is especially difficult. Take care of your hands with the Lavishea Lotion Bars. These bars come in scented and non-scented varieties and work much like a bar of soap- except you do not need to use water. Just rub the bar in between your hands and let your natural body heat melt the lotion and absorb the lotion. Dry and cracked skin will be smooth and you won't have to worry about ruining delicate crochet pieces.

Lavishea Lotion Bars are made with all natural ingredients. No dyes, no artificial anything. Using fair trade shea butter and 100% natural soy, you can feel great about using these lotion bars. Each bar is complimented with premium botanical oils, essential oils, and/or skin-safe fragrance. If you are planning to crochet for charity or someone who is sensitive to fragrance, I suggest the unscented bar. For everyday use, the scents of these bars are just so yummy. My favorite is the Pear Bar and I love the Ginger Blossom Bar - it smells like fresh tea! The Lavender Bar is soothing and works well with the Lavender Eucalyptus Cuticle Treatment Salve which helps moisturize dry cuticles and nail beds.

Take these lotion bars on-the-go without worry. You won't have to worry about spilling lotion in your purse and these bars are airport security safe. There are so many reasons crocheters should try a Lavishea Lotion Bar!

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