Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Survey of Demand: Vapor and Hand salves

I am currently contemplating two new beeswax products: a lavender or eucalyptus vapor salve (very similar to Vick's vapor rub) and a hand salve. These products would be very useful for the approaching winter season.

I'd like to get a feel for the demand. If you would like to see these products available for purchase, please leave a comment in the "comments" section of this post.

Thank you for your help!

13 comments:

Aubs said...

I'd be interested in the vapor salve.

Melinda said...

Especially the hand salve! Conner's hands (since he works outdoors) every winter become very cracked and bloody. We've yet to find a good hand product that works and is not greasy.

Jessica said...

Lavender is one of my favorite things. We would be interested in the hand salve. Anything to help during the next few months while we burn our wood stove.

Colleen said...

We would be interested in the vapor salve.

Anonymous said...

I would probably be interested in both the vapor and hand salves! I’m already in need of hand salve and winter hasn’t even started yet!



Kel

Anita said...

I would love to see, smell, and touch both!

Anonymous said...

Do you accept PayPal?

Anonymous said...

I would definitely be interested in the vapor rub. What would be the ingredients? Also maybe interested in the hand salve depending on the fragrance. Wouldn't want lavender for that one.
Thanks,
Michelle

Eyren said...

I am interested in the vapor rub. I used a lot of Vicks with lavender in it last winter! Would the hand salve be good for any kind of dry skin, like knobby knees and elbows? Have fun experimenting!

Christy said...

Michelle, I'd be interested to know the fragrance you'd prefer for the hand salve. One of my favorites in the past has been Burt's Bees Rosemary hand salve.

Yes, Eyren, I found this salve useful for my own hands, knees, and elbows, which tend to show extreme dryness depending on the season.

Ivory said...

I'd definitely love some of this hand salve.

Mandy said...

Since I wash my hands between patients, my hands get severely dry. I would definitely be interested in the hand salve.

Christy said...

Yes, Mandy. I would imagine the salve would be a great tool to combat dryness from the gloves--even to apply and wear inside them!

Lavender and chamomile oils, vitamin E, sweet almond oil, and beeswax... your hands will thank you!

I will notify you when it's ready.

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