CoventryBodyCare

Natural Handmade Skin Care

Harpursville, New York | 590 Sales

CoventryBodyCare

Natural Handmade Skin Care

Harpursville, New York 590 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars (58)

Announcement   Thinking about our TICKED! ? It is 100% pure, undiluted South African Geranium oil, Pelargonium Capitatum x Radens. This particular South African plant species contains more of the chemical compounds that ticks can't stand. We don't mix it or dilute it. We sell it as is, its strongest form. All you need is one drop on each ankle, each knee, and each wrist. Dogs, too, one drop on each shoulder blade and one at the tail base. Our bottle has a built-in euro dropper so only 1 drop comes out at a time. There are about 200 drops in our 10ml bottle.

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Last updated on Jun 23, 2017

Thinking about our TICKED! ? It is 100% pure, undiluted South African Geranium oil, Pelargonium Capitatum x Radens. This particular South African plant species contains more of the chemical compounds that ticks can't stand. We don't mix it or dilute it. We sell it as is, its strongest form. All you need is one drop on each ankle, each knee, and each wrist. Dogs, too, one drop on each shoulder blade and one at the tail base. Our bottle has a built-in euro dropper so only 1 drop comes out at a time. There are about 200 drops in our 10ml bottle.

Sue Ann Christensen

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Sue Ann Christensen

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New! Aromatherapy to help you fall asleep. It's our own researched blend of EOs, including roman chamomile and sweet marjoram. When inhaled, the aroma of the essential oil blend quiets the body and mind. Also good for anxiety and nerves.

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A basket of Coventry Body Care products and a Focus Salon gift certificate donated to a local cause!

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It all started when I saw that first bar of soap in the South of France...

A while back, while vacationing in the south of France famous for its lavender and olive oil, my husband and I happened upon market day in one of the many small villages. First, let me tell you that there is nothing better than market day in the south of France! At one of the stalls, somewhere among the cheeses, olives, and fresh breads, there was a weathered, lady farmer selling honey and soap- handmade lavender olive oil soap. That was it. That was the moment. I still remember just how it felt in my hands, and how it smelled. I couldn't put it down. I had so many questions, but we just kept smiling at each other. I bought 3 bars. There was no label, no packaging, just soap. I was intrigued. And I was hooked. I have very temperamental skin. I sunburn easily and my skin is dry. It was as if I had found the secret to life itself. What I did find was the secret to saving my skin. I bought as many bars as I could for the rest of that trip and again and again on my visits back to both France and Italy. I vowed that one day I would learn to make my own soap! It was many years later that I finally did. I scoured the Internet looking for the best place to learn. I found it - The John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina. https://www.folkschool.org/ I took time off from work and spent an entire week in a special soap-making class, with the added benefit of an herbalist co-teacher. At mealtimes, I mingled with other students from all over the country who were passionate about crafting- blacksmithing, pottery, basket weaving, cooking, weaving, woodworking, and more. That was November 2008. Having never ever entertained the thought, I was in business by January 2009. And I have been busy making soap ever since.

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  • Sue Ann Christensen

    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Owner. Lives with her husband, Dave, in a log home on 120 acres in central New York, now famous as the home of April the giraffe! Shares her home with Buddy, Remmy, and Bo, 3 big lovable dogs, all rescues. Sue Ann and Dave are both retired teachers.

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