aromahaven & rustic escentuals

Monday, June 2, 2008

Lip Balm Bases!

The new Lip Balm Bases have now arrived. These are original Soaper's Workshop formulations. I know you all have been waiting a long time, so I'm glad they're finally here. :) We're working with a great manufacturing lab and the quality is top notch - I know you'll be pleased.

Shea & Jojoba

Avocado & Jojoba

Macadamia & Jojoba

You can purchase these at both Rustic Escentuals and
Don't forget to pair these great bases with some new lip balm tubes and a lip balm tube Filling Tray.

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Two new flavor oils have arrived

Ooey Gooey Caramel

Brown Sugar

You can find them at Rustic Escentuals and

New fragrance oil is now in stock

Mineral Springs

Mineral Springs fragrance oil has finally arrived!

A brilliant aromatic fusion of sparkling mineral water with fresh ozone. Middle notes of blue jasmine and bergamot mingle with bottom notes of ylang, white birch and amber to create a stunning and refreshing ozone splash.

Recycling information:

Yes list: aluminum cans, glass, paper, containers: These materials are recycled and made into new items, such as new aluminum cans, new glass bottles, new metal products, new paper, new clothing (such as fleece), new carpet and plastic lumber, etc. Recycling is a viable and growing part of our nation’s economy. Materials that were previously thought of as garbage are now sought after as resources for a growing global economy. Last year almost 14 million tons of recovered paper were exported from the U.S. In fact, scrap paper is now our nation’s number one export by volume. Exports of recyclable commodities generate more than $8 billion annually for the U.S. Recycling is not just about reducing garbage; it’s also about saving resources and promoting sustainable economic development. When you recycle, your town receives a minimum of $15.67 per ton.

Materials on the “NO list,” such as hangers, scrap metal, and plastic bags, can get tangled in sorting or baling equipment. Some supermarkets will accept plastic bags for recycling. Lids and medicine bottles are too small and fall through bales. Scrap metal is too large to bale, so although it is recyclable it is collected separately. Check with your local transfer station to see if they accept scrap metal for recycling. There are no markets for many plastics, especially Styrofoam, planting pots, and plastics that are not from food and beverage or detergent products. Putting materials from the “NO list” into the recycling boxes slows down the workers at the recycling facility, as they have to pick them out and throw them in the garbage. “NO list” items contaminate the other recyclables, and can make marketing difficult. We hope that in the future more items on the “NO list” will become recyclable!

Fun Recycling Facts

• Recycling one aluminum can saves
the energy equivalent of one cup of gasoline.

• Every ton of paper recycled saves 17
full-sized trees and 380 gallons of oil.

• Five recycled two-liter PET bottles make one
square foot of carpet.

• Each glass bottle produced in the U.S.
contains around 30% recycled glass.