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Self Preserving Botanical Cleansing Concoction - an Experiment

If I hadn't made this concoction myself, I would have sworn it was pumped up with added colorants and scents and such, but it isn't. The contents of this bottle is 100% natural. Not only does it smell fabulous and look delicious, it's behaving like an absolute darling to boot.

To be honest, I halfway expected to be blogging about this as a major fail, but so far, it hasn't turned out that way, so I decided to share the 'so-far' with you.

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