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LAVENDER COFFEE - Gentle Luxury Face Cream - 100% natural, hand whipped
LAVENDER COFFEE - Gentle Luxury Face Cream - 100% natural, hand whipped
LAVENDER COFFEE - Gentle Luxury Face Cream - 100% natural, hand whipped
LAVENDER COFFEE - Gentle Luxury Face Cream - 100% natural, hand whipped

LAVENDER COFFEE - Gentle Luxury Face Cream - 100% natural, hand whipped

GATHER perfume / Blissful Botanica

Regular price $37.00 Sale

LAVENDER COFFEE 

Gentle Luxury Face Cream 

- 100% natural, hand whipped

- Glass jar, 40ml (1 1/3 oz) 

- Small batch, only 12 jars made

Smooth and perfectly creamy, this delicacy face cream is luxurious to use and provides a wealth of healing for all skin types. 

Whipped by hand in batches of ten jars at a time, these freshly made emulsions provide antioxidant properties from pure espresso bean, aromatherapy and antioxidant/anti-inflammatory power from the pure lavender essential oil, and skin protective nourishment from the pristine quality base materials. 

Texture: A smooth soft - peak cream that holds its form but is easy to the touch and smooths effortlessly onto the skin. Extremely emollient, a little goes a long way. 

Aroma: Predominantly a sweet aromatic lavender but with whispers of freshly brewed coffee. 

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Better Together:
-Lavender Coffee Salt Soak
-Absinthe Lip Balm 
-Falling, botanical perfume
-Heirloom Oak botanical perfume
-Discovery Set No.5

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Ingredients: Avocado oil, Apricot kernel oil, Coconut oil, Aloe Vera gel, Lavender hydrosol, Distilled water, Cocoa butter, Beeswax, Vitamin E oil, Rosemary Co2 antioxidant, tiny amount of vegan non-gmo emulsifying wax, tiny amount of natural borax, pure essential oils of lavender and espresso bean. 

Created in collaboration with my mom, Lucy Mitchella of Blissful Botanica. Lucy makes and whips this cream for us :)  

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She Dyed Her Lace in Coffee

in the bathtub. She was a tiny woman, with opulent eyes and hair flowing near down to her knees. She lived in a tiny cottage home with her son and daughter, who was one of my closest childhood friends. She worked for the local lingerie company, and her job was to dye the silk and lace fabrics. Walking into her home you would know she was dyeing cloth, as the intoxicating aroma of double strength coffee gurgled from the coffeemaker, pot after pot after pot in her tiny kitchen, until the clawfoot bathtub was full and the silks and lace could be submerged. Her name was Leonetta. A lacy name, no? Once to her color saturation satisfaction, the various toffee, latte, espresso shades of dripping, scented fabrics would be hung across the bathroom space; a wonderland of color, texture, smell. Somewhere faintly in the background was an old fashioned natural lavender bar of soap.