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  • Kristin Mork McNulty

    Recipe for lavender rosemary soap, including home made infusions...Rosemary Lavender Soap Recipe 3 cups glycerin soap base 1/4 cup infusion of lavender flowers and rosemary leaves* 1 1/2 teaspoon, lavender oil 1/2 teaspoon rosemary oil 1 teaspoon pulverized dried rosemary Read more: http://www.motherearthnews.com/natural-health/homemade-soaps-zmaz98jjzhow.aspx?page=2#ixzz2D6GHE859

  • Jan McGinley

    Homemade lavender soap recipe from Mother Earth News

  • Anna Bedic

    Rosemary Lavender Soap Recipe 3 cups glycerin soap base 1/4 cup infusion of lavender flowers and rosemary leaves* 1 1/2 teaspoon, lavender oil 1/2 teaspoon rosemary oil 1 teaspoon pulverized dried rosemary Read more: www.motherearthne...

  • Sylvie Lazaridis

    Make Your Own Homemade Soaps - Natural Health - MOTHER EARTH NEWS: Rosemary Lavender Soap Recipe

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    Mmmm, I can just smell the lemon ^_^

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