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Missjulesdid

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I have some lanolin but have avoided using it because it smells like a wet sheep, and because it's so sticky.....BUT now I have a special request from a good friend to develop something that she can put on her feet that "won't just disappear" after she applies it. I'm thinking a butter with lanolin and shea should do the trick. Is there anything special about it that I should know or should I just start experimenting? I don't mind experimenting
(I actually think it's kind of fun) I just don't want to do something stupid out of ignorance.

I'm thinking lanolin, shea, jojoba and almond with pepermint and teatree oils would make a nice bedtime foot cream.

Thoughts?
 
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I make a foot balm that doesnt disappear. You have to rub it in for it to absorb.
 

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