Many-Purpose Solid Lotion
Solid lotions have a different feel than the water-based lotions you may be used to. They are long-lasting moisturizers, somewhat like body butters or salves. Although they feel slightly oily when you first apply them, just give them a few minutes and they will absorb while leaving a thin layer that helps protect your skin from cold, dry air. They even last through a few hand-washings. Try a small amount at first – a little goes a long way!
I’ve found so many uses for these lotions. Here are a few suggestions:
I love solid lotions because, since there is no water added, they don’t require any preservatives. They also come in cute portable tins that are 100% reusable and recyclable. No plastic bottles!
Listing is for one 2 oz. tin of solid lotion, measuring 2.5 inches in diameter by 3/4 in. deep.
100% VEGAN INGREDIENTS: Macadamia Butter, Candelilla Wax, Jojoba, Virgin Coconut Oil, Olive Squalane, Colloidal Oatmeal, Fragrance, Vitamin E, Mineral Color.
Choose from the following scents. See below for scent descriptions.
Adventures in Bakeland
Bellini Choux Buns
British Soap Opera
Double Entendre Day
Earl Grey Teacakes
Floral Tea Cake
Grapefruit and Ginger Meringue Pie
Ode to the Honey Bee
Rhubarb Custard Tart
Yin Yang Entremet
Yuzu & Lychee Entremet
::: SCENT DESCRIPTIONS :::
Adventures in Bakeland : Matcha tea and cardamom-orange frosted biscuits with lemon zest. From Yan’s biscuit board game challenge on Season 5.
Bellini Choux Buns : Choux buns with fizzy prosecco, fresh peaches, and butter. By Kate on Season 5.
British Soap Opera : Frances’ opera cake showstopper from Season 2, with layers of almond sponge, lavender-lemon jelly, and white chocolate ganache.
Chocolate Soufflé : A fluffy dark chocolate and espresso soufflé. From Mary Berry’s technical challenge recipe on Season 3.
Double Entendre Day : Rose-pistachio and mocha-hazelnut horns, by Nadiya on Season 3.
Earl Grey Teacakes : Earl Grey-infused teacakes with sultanas, currants, raisins, candied citrus peel, cinnamon, and nutmeg, dipped in orange marmalade, as made by Julia on Season 5.
Floral Tea Cake : A tea-inspired layer cake with chamomile-honey sponge, almond cake, and orange blossom piped frosting. Based on Benjamina’s showstopper from Season 4.
Grapefruit and Ginger Meringue Pie : Benjamina’s take on lemon meringue pie, replacing the lemon with grapefruit and adding ginger. From Season 4.
Hipster Picnic : Tom’s showstopper from Season 4: Mousse cakes flavoured with apple, melted vanilla ice cream, spice cake, cinnamon and nutmeg.
Ode to the Honey Bee : Sophie’s showstopper from the Season 5 finale: An entremet of honey custard, orange blossom sponge, tart blackberry jelly, dark chocolate, lemon set curd, hazelnut, white chocolate lavender mousse, caramelized honey, topped with marbled white chocolate mirror glaze. “It’s making me sort of wistful.” -Noel
Rhubarb Custard Tart : Based on Kate’s tart recipe from Season 1: Rosemary-almond pastry with a rhubarb custard filling.
Tropical Churros : Coconut and cinnamon churro dough with a passionfruit-mango dipping sauce. From Season 4 by Benjamina.
Yin Yang Entremet : Steven’s showstopper from the Season 5 finale: Hazelnut Genoise sponge, caramelized bananas, white chocolate & cocoa butter creme brûlée, raspberry coulis, and chocolate mousse.
Yuzu & Lychee Entremet : Kate’s showstopper from the Season 5 finale: Genoise sponge with yuzu zest, coconut dacquoise, white chocolate-yuzu bavarois and lychee jelly, decorated with a dragonfruit.