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Greetings all.

I give sea shells away in my gift baskets and with soaps I sell.

I finally have a salt scrub that I'm really proud of, and that I package in latchlid jars. I am thinking of putting a seashell on top of the scrub so when my client opens the jar...they get a nice surprise.

Any thoughts? Good idea? Or no???
 

Tabitha

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I think it's a cute idea. Can they use it as a scoop as well?
 

Chay

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I use a sea shell as a scoop in my sea scented salts. It does indeed make a perfect scoop.
 

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Sea shells make really nice little scoops. I include one in my facial scrubs & masks.
 

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Cute idea! Do you need to sanitize the sea shells first? Are they bought in or ones you get off the beach?
 

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aimee said:
Cute idea! Do you need to sanitize the sea shells first? Are they bought in or ones you get off the beach?
They need to be cleaned first. You can buy them or comb the beaches for them, it would all depend on your proximity to a beach.
 

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seashells

If you have a dollar tree near you - they have a whole basket of shells for $1.00 - not a bad deal!
 
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