Monday, November 19, 2007

Sooooooooo GOOD!!!!

You've got to try this!!!
While at the Christmas Market and MSS Shopping Spree, I searched for ideas for what to get family members who have it all.

I did find some amazing items on the weekend. I bought lots of stocking stuffers, handmade by the amazing Dylon Whyte (or "The Chainmail God", according to Ms.Mamma).

I also picked up this as part of a present for one of the people on my list. I ended up picking one up for myself because it was just soooooo good! It's Watkins' Lemon Cream Shea Butter. Can I tell you how delicious this stuff smells??? It smells soooooo yummy! You'd swear it was almost edible! It's very creamy and non-greasy. It moisturizes my skin and I've got really dry skin (especially my hands) in the winter. Imagine having perfectly soft and silky skin and smelling like lemon meringue pie? Tell me that's not awesome!


Cherry said...

When I first saw those pictures I thought that the lemon cream was to be spread onto a warm biscuit or scone!

hotmommy said...

lemon merringue! yummo!

t said...

Have you tried any of the other creams and body lotions? Watkins has great spices and mixes too. This is a great present for the holidays.

mrinz said...

The Body Shop has products that should be eaten. Quite confusing - I am still undecided whether I want to go around smelling like a strawberry!

C said...

Mmmmm!!! Lemon cream for biscuits or scones! That sounds yummy! I'm going to have to search the Internet for a recipe!

This cream is for hands and body. It is so good!!! I just love the way it moisturizes and I love the way it smells.

Poor Hubby. He always comments on how good the cream smells whenever I use it. I bet he's going to ask me to make a lemon meringue pie soon!

C said...

I've tried a few of the others and I really like them. The lemon cream is my favourite though. I do have some of the spices. As my supply of spices starts running out, I replace them with Watkins spices. The quality is really good and you don't need to use much of it.

LOL! Yes, you're right! I remember when I was a teenager, I was at the Body Shop looking for Christmas presents. There was this man also looking for Christmas presents and he picked up a bar of strawberry scented soap. He asked the sales person if the soap was edible. He was being totally serious too!

In the summer, I NEVER wear anything scented. #1, I live on a farm and #2, I'd get attacked by mosquitoes, blackflies, and other pesky and annoying insects. Good thing blackfly season is only two weeks long.

Curiosity.Killer said...

Ok - I just licked the screen. Now I'll have to clean. Thanks for teasing my tastebuds. ;)

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