Hands get extra rough during the winter months; Softsoap hand wash plus lotion revives them.
It may sound counter intuitive to wash your hands to moisturize them, but with Softsoap's new Hand Wash Plus Lotion really does lock in moisture when you clean your dirty little mitts.
The collection: Shea and Cocoa Butter, Aloe Water and Lime and Orchid and Coconut Milk hand washes all contain a unque formula that contains lotion that locks into your skin, smoothing and hydrating it at the same time. The hand washes have a light, not overpowering fragrance. The soap is concentrated, you'll only need one or two pumps to get dirty hands clean.
They look almost too pretty to use.
My kit contained three bottles of Softsoap's new handsoap, a jar filled with pre-mixed cookie dough (I'll indulge in that after Fashion Week) and ideas on how to get your hands dirty this winter...you know, so you can clean up afterwards with their great smelling soap.
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Winter is such a blah month, I really liked their suggestion about potting succulent plants. Succulents are hardy plants, they survive with little water and look gorgeous all year long. They're easy to take care of and brighten any room. In a large flower pot, you can pot three of them together, or place a small succulent in a small pot and create a grouping. Here's their directions on how to pot them:
Small ceramic pot or mason jar
about four qts of cactus potting soil mix
small rocks or gravel
Wash pot or mason jar thoroughly with soap and water. Allow to air dry. Add a 1/2 inch layer of small rocks or gravel to the bottom of the jar. Use your hands to add a layer of cactus potting soil to the jar and dig a small hole for the succulent. Place the succulent inside the hole within the pot/jar and fill around the succulent with additional soil. Wash dirty hands with Softsoap Hand Wash Plus Lotion to add love back to your hands.