Vitamin E Body Butter


I love this stuff. It’s so luxurious. I make it with cocoa butter, shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, and Vitamin E. You can get it in my Soap Store. Or straight from the farm store in the Studio at Sassafras Farm if you’re coming to a workshop–or just in the area. The farm store (with soap, fudge, jellies, farm-fresh eggs, and other things including breads and pies by advance order) is open, by appointment. If you’re in the area and want to stop by the farm store to shop and see the frolicking calves on the farm, email me at [email protected] to make an appointment!

You can also visit my Fudge Shop online here.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 7, 2016  

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  1. 10-7

    This looks amazing, everything you used to make this butter is so good for your skin, I have used vita. E for many years and it really does wonderful things. Recently I had a burn on my face and was sure it would leave a bad scar, I used vitamin E on the burn, it healed quickly and no scar and with Winter coming on and the dry heat in the house, I could really use this.

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