The hardest part of preparing lotions, cremes, light body butters or traditional butters - even the lip balms and perfumes is the preparation and clean-up. Much like cooking, if I could hire someone to chop up all the veggies and get everything measured and sitting out all nice and pretty in the order in which I need to use it, I'd enjoy it a helluva lot more. Same thing with my products. If someone would come measure the grams of oils, water, glycerin, butters, E-wax, antioxidant, preservative and essential oils, I'd be much more willing to get off my butt and get the work done. Then I'd want them to input the recipe (with any adjustments) into my database and make the individual labels for me. I know; that's asking too much. I love it once I get started. It's just the thought of all the little pieces that need to be done. At any rate, I had a successful Sunday afternoon and got all my products made. Okay, not labeled yet but at least they're made. Just the recipe input and labels left to do.
One advantage of working in hospice is that I get to play with all the therapy dogs. This is Asher, a Corgi.