Congratulations theSkintopic on its First Anniversary! I was invited by The Butterfly Project to attend theSkintopic anniversary at their kiosk in Pavilion KL, and it was so packed! Although I am glad everyone was so excited to attend and support this great brand, it was kind of hard to get a closer look at the other things available there. If you missed the anniversary celebration, do pop by theSkintopic to check out their range of organic products!
Anyway, I was really excited to see how Linden Leaves infuse their body oil as founder Brigit Blair was invited to theSkintopic anniversary to give a demonstration on how their Aromatheraphy Synergy Body Oils are hand made.
Some of us had some hands on experience and it was awesome! Some of us were also super lucky – we managed to bring back the bottle of infused oil we made! Thanks to theSkintopic and Linden Leaves, we also received a small bottle of Linden Leaves Aromatheraphy Synergy Body Oil in our goodie bag as well as some discount vouchers for future buys. Definitely going to use them as I love the organic products theSkintopic carries.
The bath oils by Linden Leaves are made to order. Made in New Zealand, this organic oil is enriched with rosehip and avocado oil and blended with pure sweet almond and apricot kernel oils. There are a few types of fruits and flowers infused in this oil; from lavender to strawberry, lemon and roses. All these fruits and flowers are freeze dried in order to maintain its freshness.
I was lucky to learn how to make Linden Leaves Absolute Dreams Body Oil, which is infused with a mellow blend of lavender, sandalwood, cedarwood and orange. There are actually real flowers in there which are collected manually and freeze dried in New Zealand, and each bottle of body oil is made with great love and care.
For those who were late or didn’t manage to attend, here is a video on how Linden Leaves body oil is infused with real flowers. I apologise for the audio quality as it was pretty noisy at the event and it was hard to capture voice from the microphone properly.
Here are some photos during the hands-on process. It was absolutely fun!