With your sandpaper elbows, it’s a wonder you don’t refinish the dining room table at every meal.
Sounds like a job for Flourish Bath & Body, a new Maryland-based line that offers in-home beauty repairs.
Bath connoisseur Brooke Marton heals dry skin with handcrafted products that balance sweet smells and utility. Her scrubs, soaps, and balms read like cocktail offerings and offer just as much satisfaction.
The two-sided ginger ale soap exfoliates and moisturizes thanks to opposing layers of apricot seeds and shea butter. A tub of black tea and mint scrub (made with avocado and olive oils) comes filled with grab-and-go cubes.
Mouth off over subtle red lip tints in sangria or rhubarb and balms of honeysuckle nectarine or coconut lemongrass.
And say a quick thanks to Ms. Fix It.
Available online at flourishbathbody.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Flourish Bath & Body