A Face Of Grace

This is just plain funny!

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ello! I just had to share this with you, and I’m hoping it makes you laugh. I always take your product/skincare suggestions seriously, so when you did a piece recently about anointing ourselves with body oil, I bought some spray oil in the Pure Grace scent. Something about the idea of anointing myself with grace for ministry was very appealing! So I made it part of my daily routine. And then one morning this past week I was putting on makeup. I use some mineral products, so I have a spray bottle of hydrating mist ever at the ready. I reached for it, and by mistake grabbed the spray oil—and got a faceful of grace! When I finally stopped laughing, I had to wash up and start over, but it was worth it.

2 Replies to “A Face Of Grace”

  1. Well — I suppose it’s a better choice than G&T: http://www.demeterfragrance.com/60933/704229/On-Sale/Gin–Tonic.html

    In all seriousness, I am a big believer in aromatherapy and “scentsory” motivation. I have a massage therapist who is formally trained in aromatherapy, and it makes a huge difference. Lacking that training I know what effects certain scents have, like Citrus for brightening.

    My scent of choice, not that far off of the idea of “Grace” is Tibetan Mountain Temple scent: http://www.pacificaperfume.com/fragrance/tibetan-mountain-temple-fragrance-collection

    It’s as close as I can imagine to a palatable version of Ketoret — the incense described in the Torah.

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