Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Solid Lotion
Solid lotion is wonderful for your skin. Because it does not contain any liquid ingredients, it does not require any chemical preservatives to keep bacteria from growing. Solid lotion is not creamy or "liquidy", but is similar to the consistency of lip balm.
Scent: This lotion is scented with our most popular Oatmeal, Milk & Honey scent. It is a clean, strong, honey scent.
Directions: To use the small or large stick, apply to your skin in stripes and then rub in. The tub contains a small scoop to scrape out some of the lotion. When applying to the face, rub lotion onto clean hands and then apply to face with your hands. Allow the lotion to sink into your skin and leave it feeling smooth and soft.
Be careful not to use too much lotion - solid lotion is not diluted with water the way liquid lotions are. If it is not fully absorbed in two minutes, you are applying too much.
Your skin should NOT feel greasy. If it does, you are applying too much lotion.
Sizes: The lotion comes in three different sizes. The small stick is very convenient to keep in your pocket or purse. The large stick is the easiest to apply as it only takes one or two passes on your limbs. The tub is the best value.
- Small Stick: 0.5 oz
- Large Stick: 2 oz
- Tub: 4 oz
Different Formulas: If you have an allergy, there are two different solid lotion recipes to choose from. The orange label recipe has a lower melting point and feels softer, while the higher melting point of the red label recipe makes it feel more solid. Both formulas are equally wonderful on your skin and neither is better than the other. They're just different so that people with allergies have a choice.
Red Label Ingredients: Soybean oil; Beeswax; Sunflower oil; Cocoa butter; Shea butter; Vitamin E; OMH fragrance oil. Where is the goat milk?
Orange Label Ingredients: Sweet almond oil; Coconut oil; Beeswax; Avocado oil; Cocoa Butter; Mango Butter; OMH fragrance oil. Where is the goat milk?
Allergy Warning: If you are concerned about an allergic reaction, test the lotion on a small part of your skin and stop using if irritation occurs.