My cuticle butter is made with jojoba wax, local beeswax, shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil, vitamin E, and scent. It absorbs quickly and helps your hands and nails look better especially during the cold winter months. Rub into cuticles and nails for better-looking nails and cuticles. The unscented version is great on the lips too.
WARNING: I do not use preservatives in this product if you take care and store in a cool dark location it may be able to last 6 months to a year. Will melt if left near a heat source. Keep away from water, this can cause mold to grow.
Bunny Burps - of course, I have a scent called Bunny Burps, what do you expect from someone who has a scent called Monkey Farts? Like Monkey Farts, this one is just as wonderful, it smells of fresh garden greens, mint, and spring flowers, just like a bunny’s burp.
Gardenia - a floral blend of gardenia and jasmine with a strong orange flavor.
Honeysuckle - this takes me back to the scent of my first perfume or walking home from school and passing the honeysuckle vine climbing up the neighbor’s palm tree with the big bumble bees buzzing around.
Lilac - smells of those beautiful purple or white blooms.
Aloha - is a delicate, yet exotic heady blend of velvety island florals and lush greens which invoke feelings of intrigue, sensuality, and femininity.
California - in the Spring has many wonderful scents, especially at night. One that I looked forward to every year was jasmine and orange blossoms and how they filled the night air.
Gidget - smells like the beach, close your eyes, turn your face to the sun and take a deep breath and smell the fresh flowers and green grass while walking on the warm sands. Asian lemongrass, dune grass, and daisy petals, gardenia bloom, ylang-ylang, clove leaf, blond woods, amber sands, and sheer musk. This is last years Beach Daisies renamed. . Surfer Girl - smells like suntan lotion and is last years Beach Bum, a great dupe for Bobbi Brown’s Beach. Bergamot, fresh air, eucalyptus, mandarin, gardenia, lavender, rose, and jasmine, tuberose, and musk