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Malaspina Soap Factory Kokum Butter Lotion

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Well, I have a wee confession to make. I grew up where there is actual humidity and have been transplanted to a place so dry, the first aid courses don't cover drowning. Seriously.

Anyway.

I itch.

No, I mean, I I T C H.

I scratch with whatever is handy, adhering to that "men's rule" "if it itches, it will be scratched". I have two (one at home and one at work), of these:

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/images/Categoryimages/normal/p-2827-30943-shed-blade.jpg

Much to the horror of some folks, these are the best thing ever for skin this itchy.

Until now.

I have tried many lotions over the years without any real luck but I keep trying. After a discussion with the fine folks at Malaspina about the ingredients in commercial lotions, I took a chance on Kokum Butter Lotion.

Now, I have no clue what Kokum is (sounds like something you get from between your toes) but this stuff works. It does have a slightly girly smell but it's faint. You do have to wander around for a bit , waiting for it to dry but it's a much shorter time than common mixes. Once it's soaked in, you can handle a glass or your steering wheel or put your shirt on without fear.

Good stuff. Goodbye, horse grooming tool. Thanks, Malaspina.

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here ya go John :tongue_sm http://lmgtfy.com/?q=kokum+butter

http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/learn/butter/kokum.php

Kokum Butter is rich in essential fatty acids, which aid in cell oxygenation and make nutrients more readily available for use by skin tissues. Kokum Butter also contains antioxidant vitamin E. Kokum Butter is a non-comedogenic (non pore-clogging) material that aids quick absorption and adds a premium texture to your cream emulsions. Kokum Butter helps regenerate tired and worn skin cells and supports skin elasticity and general flexibility of the skin wall. It has been used traditionally in India to soften skin and restore elasticity and as a balm for dry, cracked, rough and calloused skin.
Well, I have a wee confession to make. I grew up where there is actual humidity and have been transplanted to a place so dry, the first aid courses don't cover drowning. Seriously.

Anyway.

I itch.

No, I mean, I I T C H.

I scratch with whatever is handy, adhering to that "men's rule" "if it itches, it will be scratched". I have two (one at home and one at work), of these:

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/images/Categoryimages/normal/p-2827-30943-shed-blade.jpg

Much to the horror of some folks, these are the best thing ever for skin this itchy.

Until now.

I have tried many lotions over the years without any real luck but I keep trying. After a discussion with the fine folks at Malaspina about the ingredients in commercial lotions, I took a chance on Kokum Butter Lotion.

Now, I have no clue what Kokum is (sounds like something you get from between your toes) but this stuff works. It does have a slightly girly smell but it's faint. You do have to wander around for a bit , waiting for it to dry but it's a much shorter time than common mixes. Once it's soaked in, you can handle a glass or your steering wheel or put your shirt on without fear.

Good stuff. Goodbye, horse grooming tool. Thanks, Malaspina.
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