Okay, okay, this time I've been so horribly remiss in posting that I can't even apologize. How many times can I abuse you poor LINTERS and then try to offer you flowers? (Metaphorically speaking, of course. I don't actually HAVE any flowers for any of you.)
That said, I got too obsessed with the above Korres Lip Butter Glaze not to spread the good word. First of all, who the heck ever heard of a "Jasmine" flavored lip glaze? Yes, please! (It does come in other tints/scents, but why would you want that?)
Second, two words: LIP BUTTER. I mean, you know how I feel about body butter, people, and lipgloss. Just think of the the level of euphoria! It goes on like silk, it STAYS on like heaven and it smells divine. AND — in these po' ass times — it only costs $14, so you can buy it without guilt.
Which is good. Because with guilt comes flowers. And that's just an added expense.
Actually, I take the title of this post back: there's actually no excuse for the word "whoopie." BUT I am really enjoying the above FarmHouse Fresh "Whoopie" Cream. Get your mind out of the gutter!
No, but seriously, I can't really explain the name. BUT you know I was excited when this pretty little glass jar of shea butter lotion arrived at my house because I love all things shea butter and super dense lotions.
Yes, Andre: lotion. I know. You're doing a Silence of the Lambs impression as we speak. Charming.
Anyway, the cream is a brand new product from the Texas based company and it seems to be quite hydrating, just like I like them.
Like Lalicious' Sugar Kiss lotion and Jaqua's Butter Cream body butter (which I LOVE), this smells like a variation on cake batter. I realize that's not everybody's thing all the time (I mean, what is?), but it can be quite nice, when you're in the mood. And I do admit that I'm shamelessly charmed by the old fashioned glass jar. So Anne of Green Gables to me. Should we go get drunk on cordial? Is that a thing even?
Anyway, this lotion really doesn't make you want to "make whoopie," but it does make you want to bake a cake.