Simone Chickenbone - Good Gravey Lotion Solid Moisturizing Puck for Hands and Body - 3 oz.
Simone Chickenbone Good Gravey Lotion Solid Moisturizing Puck for Hands and Body is a new product by the makers of Simone Chickenbone Chicken Poop. Good Gravey Lotion Solid Moisturizing Puck for Hands and Body is a non-messy, molded, moisturizing puck for hands and body. The lotion solid is made with beeswax and rice bran oil, a substance rich with anti-oxidants and a good source of vitamin E, and has a soothing lavender scent. The 3-ounce solid form is removable to allow for easy application and is packaged in an attractive round tin. Good Gravey makes everything better.
Simone Chickenbone History
Simone Chickenbone Natural Put-Ons are crafted from the kind of earth-friendly ingredients you want to put on your skin. Their raw zaniness inspires the kind of grin you love to put on your face. So be healthy. Be happy. Smile proudly and tell your friends you’ve got Chicken Poop on your lips!
At Simone Chickenbone, all of their health-and-beauty creations are made from all-natural ingredients you will recognize. They seek to make only the best, high-quality products, while also being environmentally responsible with their packaging, their business practices and in their own lifestyles.
Simone Chickenbone's Natural Put-Ons are also imbued with humor. At Simone Chickenbone, they love to laugh, and think of laughter as a special ingredient in all that they do.
Dreams and Visions
Born and raised in Kansas, thirty year old entrepreneur Jamie Tabor, lives on a hill with her artist/inventor husband, their daughter and two dogs. She is the chick behind Simone Chickenbone.
It all started when Jamie was a little girl dreaming up big ideas. One such idea led four year old Jamie around the block soliciting neighbors to purchase "air fresheners" made from hand soap soaked pink facial tissues. She successfully sold one "air freshener for $.05.
A cosmetologist by trade and a dreamer at heart, Jamie was introduced to a store called Sephora while in California visiting beauty school buddy, Claudia. This store was lined from floor to ceiling with every imaginable cosmetic and fragrance. Jamie eyed a line of cosmetics with hand drawn flowers in a purple box. It dawned on her that was something she could do. Inspired, Jamie vowed to have her own product line by the age of twenty-five.
In 2000 while working in a salon, Jamie developed her first product—a hair pomade. It was a hit. It was pure, simple and high quality. The dream was starting to take form.
Soon after the initial success of her hair pomade, requests came flying in for something in a tube. Brain storming, Jamie decided if she were to make a lip balm it would have to be called Chicken Poop, inspired by her grandpa's sense of humor. If one was to complain of dry lips he'd say, "put some chicken poop on your lips so you won't lick 'em."
It's not easy selling something called Chicken Poop. The high quality lip balm was a hit with most, but Jamie received a lot of negative feed back on the name. Shop owners would send her out their doors shaking their heads. Despite the risks, Jamie persevered.
Her hard work and consistent efforts led to a shop in Chicago carrying Chicken Poop. RR#1 Chicago was Jamie's first big order and has continued to support Simone Chickenbone. Chicken Poop is the shop owner's favorite lip balm and favorite product in her store.
Following on this initial success, Jamie soon experienced broadening exposure: from local to national press (including an interview on the Bob and Tom Show) the word was getting out.
Simone Chickenbone is doing just that. Their focus on sustainability is an attempt to provide the best outcomes for the human and natural environments both now and into the indefinite future. They are trying to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Simone Chickenbone's products reflect their attitudes; made with high quality, recognizable ingredients, each and every element is planned with care and concern for you and the environment.
By starting small and keeping it simple, Simone Chickenbone has been the “real green” deal from the very beginning. Working out of reclaimed warehouse space and being frugal with limited resources they have been able to use green to their advantage. Utilizing natural light, working with recyclable packaging, recycling, and composting on site are just a few ways they trying to eliminate a negative impact on the planet. The Earth needs a whole lot of love and disciplined sustainability practices. It is how Simone Chickenbone does business and how they will always do business.