At the cottage this summer my Aunt Karla presented me with a small tin of solid lavender lemon perfume. She’s a bit of a lavender junkie, and who can blame her? It’s relaxing and just wonderful. The ingredients for the perfume were quite simple—basically just cocoa butter, almond oil, and lavender essential oil. And I thought to myself “I can do that”. As you may have guessed, I do that a lot.
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