Jenny's favorite creation is lip balms. But we all fave been obcessed wth Tiny pots, sticks, and squeeze tubes can be found in every drawer and jacket pocket, and rolling around in the bottom of gym bags throughout our home. We are definitely obsessed!
It made sense, then, to develop a Good Horse Scents lip balm line. So that’s precisely what happened. After hours of market research (also known as asking random strangers at the mall, grocery store, and yoga studio what brand of lip balm they use and why they like it) countless recipe formulations (beet juice makes a great tint, but smells like dirt), and a very happy husband (Joel) (who got lots of kisses during testing), the wait is over. Lip balms (butters! butters!) have arrived!
Made with a blend of moisture rich butters, smoothing oils, and infused with soothing essential oils, these lip balms are every lip lover’s dream. They condition, smooth, and add just the perfect amount of gloss to enhance your natural lip contours. And with the addition of sugar? These lip balms go to the next level of awesome. The sugar infusion gently exfoliates and plumps your pout (don’t pout – it causes wrinkles).
Available in three versions – Chocolate Peppermint: Vanilla, Orange and Lavender; and a seasonal favorite: Pumpkin Spice.
We all need a little sweetness in our lives.
We have wonderful Face Masks - one is made with Rhassoul clay, Cucumber Extract and Aloe. This face mask is a wonderful addition to your face care repertoire. Cucumber is used because of its astringent properties. This skin rejuvenating mask is soothing and relaxing. It comes dry - in powdered form - you'll scoop 1-2 table spoons into a bowl - then add just enough water to make a paste. Spread it on to your face ten sit back and relax as it hardens and dries. You'll walk it off with warm water to reveal you rejuvenated skin - with a healthy glow.
One is made with Rhassoul Clay, Nettle Extract and Aloe. Why Nettle? Nettle is soothes irritated skin and absorb unwanted oils. It has a pleasant, earthy scent.