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Mary Lou's Special Moisturizer - Moisturizer
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Source:
Karen "Sissy" Wommack

Serves/Makes:Lots

Ingredients
  • 32 ozs. Vitamin E Cream
  • 15 ozs. Baby Lotion
  • 7-1/2 ozs. Vaseline
Preparation
  • Put all this in a large mixing bowl and mix well, for about 2 to 3 minutes. (NOTE: I use the Whip Aattachment on my stand mixer.)
  • Put in jars or whatever containers you have. You can even reuse the Vitamin E Cream Jars.
Comments
I bought 6 oz. plastic jars and put it in it and gave them away for gifts.

You can use this all over your body, face, legs, arms, just about anywhere.

Note: I use the store brand of cream/lotion/vaseline--they work great and are less expensive.

I got this recipe from one of my associates, Mary Lou Childs, and she had gotten it from who knows. But it is GREAT!

Note: You will need to HAND WASH the utensils after you are done with HOT SOAPY water, if you put it in the dishwasher it leaves a film. Yuk!

Note: Also, do not leave the pan where your Husband can get to it and they think it is something good to eat, LIKE MINE did, ha. It was worth it just to see his face after he had cleaned the spatula off in his mouth. Ha. I know BAD GIRL, BAD GIRL. ha.

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