*** So many people ask me, can this be used in a diffuser or to make
candles...although I've never done either, my answer would be probably, but you
probably aren't going to get the resulting scent that you want. This is an
infused oil...not an essential oil, which is a very strong, concentrated scent.
This is very very light. If you know what the desert smells like before a rain,
this is it.***So so many customers order both my oil and salve that I decided
to add a gift set including both amazing desert rain products. Know someone
from the desert that misses it? The scent of creosote will being a million
memories back. You will receive one ounce of the creosote-infused oil, which is
Fading dark spots on the skin.
Facial night oil
and one 4 ounce tin of the salve. The salve/balm can be used anywhere on your
body but what I love it for (and I discovered completely by chance) is my face.
I know. Crazy. I had super dry hands so I dipped my hand in some store-bought
salve and I got way too much so I just wiped the excess on the backs of my
arms. The next morning I could not believe how smooth my arms were. They had
been a little bumpy....not sure what those little bumps are that you get on the
back of your arms but whatever...they were gone! So the next night I tried it
on my face....I felt that my face could use a little smoothing out....Oh my.
Amazing! I used up that little tin of salve and checked out the ingredients and
made up my own. Here it is. Try it. Use a Clarisonic, Oil of Olay Pro X or
heck, just a facial brush to scrub the dead skin off and slather this on before
bed and wake up to a new face!
This balm is made with wild harvested creosote from my property here in
Tucson, AZ (see photos in listing). Creosote is that amazing desert rain smell
that people talk about. If you've been here during monsoon season, you know
what I'm talking about. I also sell creosote-infused oil and fresh creosote
bundles to hang on your shower and experience 'desert rain' for yourself, no
matter your geography. Check out my other listings for these wonderful, desert