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Old 06-01-2012, 07:45 AM   #61
lynnephelps
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Originally Posted by lylacfey View Post
That's the recipe I use. Glycerin is so hard to find in drugstores now. I buy my glycerin in the soap making aisle of my craft store. I can get a big bottle for around $6. I use a coupon to make it cheaper. I make soap and beauty products too. Don't buy the glycerin in WalMart's health area. That brand has additives to it. You want 100% glycerin.

I am not a Nana or Mama. I am redhead with sensitive skin. Baby wash is liquid baby soap. You can also use baby shampoo. I use WalMart's Equate Baby Wash Baby Shampoo combo. I don't know why it's a combo since it's pretty much all the same. I bought a big pump bottle for $5. The smell is heavenly. I use a lot of baby wash for a lot of things. You can buy baby shampoo/baby wash at your local Dollar Tree. I think DT's version is more watery.

If you add a couple of drops of rose water to your stamp cleaner it will smell like Stampin Up.
This has been SO HELPFUL! Thanks! I too am a redhead with extremely sensitive skin. I absolutely hate it when they do a "new and improved" on products I have found to be safe as it often results in rash city. I may have to give baby wash a try, especially at those prices!

I also appreciate the tip regarding the glycerine and where to find it.
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