Talk about recycling – this is more like high end upcycling. Who would have thought conveyor belts could make such beautiful bags.
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Looking for a product to add moisture to your hair and skin. Look no further. This Castor Oil and Shea Butter Pudding will solve any issue for hair that lacks moisture and skin that is dry. It is an all natural mixture but as always, make sure that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients before you try it.
Gather all the ingredients: All natural Shea Butter, Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, All natural coconut oil, almond Oil, Vitamin E Oil or Capsules, and Grape Seed Oil.
Remove Shea Butter from packaging and crumble it in a mixing bowl. Use hand mixer to break it up a bit. Just a few pulses.
Start adding ingredients, one at a time. Whip with your hand mixture after each addition.
I added the ingredients in this sequence:
Remember there is no right or wrong way to do this, so you can use less or more of the ingredients as you see fit. Just remember to whip after each ingredient you add.
After all ingredients are added, continue whipping with hand mixer until you get a light fluffy texture. The texture should feel smooth like butter, and should quickly dissolve into your skin. There should not be any lumps or oil settling on top.
Pour in your storage container and keep in a cool place. Apply to hair or skin as necessary. I use mine for hair or skin.
Enjoy and please share any feedback. Happy whipping!
As 2012 becomes a memory, and 2013 becomes a mission, I wish for you a year filled with lots of love, new discoveries, breakthroughs, knowledge, healing, and above all, devoting self to show love and gratitude. Whether 2012 was a good or bad year for you, it doesn’t matter much anymore, as it is behind you. What matters now is what you do with 2013 as you continue on your journey to fulfilling your goals. As the good book Zen and the Art of Happiness says, each river is different, but they all eventually lead to an ocean. No matter what we’re doing or when, or whether it brings us happiness or remorse, gain or loss, we’re all on our individual paths to enlightenment. Even when we’ve done something we consider wrong, we’re still on our path to enlightenment. With that said, whatever your goals, resolutions or plans are for 2013, I hope you find enlightenment.
Have a Prosperous New Year 2013
Santa are you listening? All I want for Christmas is some new shoes. Preferably some from this list.