The greatest thing I love about my job is the fact that after a stressful day I can relax in my own self-made botanical products. I’m madly in love with our Botanical foaming bath oils! Taking a long bubble bath and unwinding doesn’t make me any less of a guy. In fact, soaking for a couple of minutes in our Botanical “stuff” makes me feel like a mighty Oak Tree. Let’s not forget to add a little music to it all (and let the bubble in your tub not be the only bubbly around…if you’ve got something to celebrate, then celebrate it. If not, then find something worth reason to pop the cork).With the fine tunes of my all time favourite country singer, Keith urban, in the background and the sweet smell of Botanical infusions relaxing my muscles…It is time to say…heeee haaa!
If your’e a down to earth girl from the country side, treat your country boy with some SUDBURY HILL: Lemongrass & Thyme botanical bath oil to relieve his stress, not to mention his hayfever. And if you’re a glam city girl, treat your busy man to some nurturing Nature after a traffic jam or a workout at the gym with SUDBURY HILL: Rosemary & White tea botanical bath oil to ease tension and aching muscles.
So ladies, whether your man is a city boy or a country boy, none the less he will adore you for bringing the nurturing essence of SUDBURY HILL BOTANICAL BODY PRODUCTS into your home, your life and his heart.
Took me by the hand not long ago
Said, “Son, what’s your hurry, boy slow it down
Taste the wild honey, listen to the sound
Of the wind that’s blowin’ through the trees
Rivers flowin’ to the sea” – Keith Urban
Nothing better than all Natural and organic! Here is a basic recipe for you to try at home. Guys will love it!
MINT & OATMEAL SHAVING CREAM
things you’ll need:
- Mortar and Pestle
- Electric Mixer
- One cup of Plain Rolled Oats
- A handful of dried mint leaves
- Small Container of ORGANIC heavy whipping cream
- 1 ORGANIC egg white
1. Use the mortar and pestle to grind Oats and Mint into a fine powder, or at least as fine as you can get it. This will probably be the longest part of the creation process. Put the ground ingredients to the side.
2. Using the mixer, beat the egg white until stiff peaks form, a little thicker consistency than a meringue. Then, in a separate bowl, beat the whipping cream until it becomes a foamy whipped cream. You may need to add a pinch of oats/mint to help it along.
3. Combine the egg whites with the whipped cream; whip together on a medium speed. As you’re whipping, gradually add the dry ingredients. When completed, the mixture will be thick and creamy, sort of frothy (sort of like dispensed shaving cream). It’s ready for use!