If you’re anything like us, you spent the recent bomb cyclone pulling out your best and warmest woolly accessories. We’ve been wrapping ourselves in sweaters and shawls and hats to beat the cold, but bitter winds and blasting heaters are rough on skin. When you work with your hands as much as we knitters and crocheters do, cold weather can be especially rough, but we have the best creams to help keep your hands soft.
Lavishea lotion bars are a soothing blend of shea butter, coconut oil, and 100% soy. A solid lotion bar, Lavishea melts with your body heat so you always get exactly the amount of lotion you need, and an extra dose of shea when you need it. These lotion bars come in a handy plastic tin, so they quickly slip into your bag. Try our custom scent, a delicate blend of lavender and magnolia. $10
For a another flavor of solid lotion, we also offer Love+Leche bars, a rich blend of beeswax, coconut and almond oils, with healing calendula flowers to soothe raw hands. Molded into charming sheep, Love+Leche is a perfect addition to your skincare routine. And the solid bar is travel friendly! $14
A few weeks ago we were excited to welcome Little Seed Farms to fibre space. This farm from Tennessee specializes in all-natural skincare, often featuring goats milk from their very own herd. Botanical Butter has become a shop favorite, with a super rich blend of shea butter, almond oil and grapefruit extract. This creamy balm doesn’t leave a greasy residue, and has a lovely scent. $15
For more intense moisturizing, there’s Hand-Aid Healing Hand Balm. With coconut oil and shea butter, this balm is infused with calendula, comfrey-leaf, and plantain essential oils to soothe rough, dry skin. $12
If you’re looking for a tiny tin that packs a punch, Little Seed’s Herbal Lip Salve is for you- shea butter and almond oil combined with natural flavors like rose-geranium and lavender to keep your lips soft, or to soften cuticles, soothe scrapes, and any place you need a quick touch of moisturizing. $8