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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Skin So Soft


It’s only a bath oil. …or is it?

1.It’s a bath oil.
2.It’s an after shower moisturizer.
3.It can be used to remove makeup.
4.It’s a suntan oil (no sunscreen).
5.Pour a little in the water of your foot tub to help moisturize your feet while you relax them.
6.It’s a hot oil treatment to soften nails.
7.It’s a good massage oil for those overworked, sore muscles.
8.It’s a good insect repellent for people and pets.
9.It helps relieve itching caused by insect bites and dry skin.
10.Sponge or use a paint brush and apply it to screens and around doors and windows to keep crawling bugs, as well as flies and mosquitoes out.
11.It’s a good wood cleaner and conditioner for natural wood. (Cuts grease from kitchen cabinets with ease.)
12.It removes chewing gum from hair, skin, and most non-porous surfaces.
13.It removes glue and gum left from price tags and labels from glass, metal, and most plastics.
14.It cleans tape marks left from bandages on skin.
15.It cleans ink from skin and most vinyl and painted surfaces.
16.It gently cleans heavy oil and grease from skin and non-porous surfaces (great for mechanics’ hands).
17.It removes soap scum from shower doors, shower curtains, windows, and bathroom and kitchen fixtures.
18.It removes lime and hard water deposits from windows, fixtures, shower doors and tile.
19.It removes tar spots from car finishes without damaging paint finish.
20.It’s an oil lubricant for fitting pipe joints that won’t slip together as easily as they used to.
21.It removes paint and stain from skin – much gentler than turpentine.
22.It cleans paint brushes easily and leaves them as soft as new.
23.It removes gum from carpet.
24.It cuts grease and cleans dirt from range hoods.

If you have any other uses for Skin So Soft, please let me know by emailing me at

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