Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Know what you're getting?

Our Fall Product Launch included our Day at the Spa fragrance in an Essential Oil. These types of oils are the concentrated, liquid essence of plants. ere are many uses for essentials oils, as they are believed to contain therapeutic properties that can have various eff ects, such
as emotionally and physically.  Th ey are strong in smell and off er us a natural way to fragrance our product without using a synthetic fragrance.  

This month, customers can get a FREE Shea Butter upgrade in any Day at the Spa System. Not only will you be using an Essential Oil, but our Shea Butter is a very bene ficial product as well. 

When we talk about skin care we all think lotion. It is what is in the lotion and what it actually does to your skin that matters most. Some probably think Mineral Oil is a quick fi x, but it creates a barrier like plastic wrap on the skin. Many companies use this because it is a cheap industrial by product and is a quick fix to dry skin. The problem is the skin cannot breath. Mineral oil also causes wrinkling to occur because the skin is being smothered.  Have you ever left a vegetable in a plastic bag too long? Th e moisture it did have has nowhere to go
and it puckers and molds.

Our lotion is designed with better skin health in mind. A dried out skin cell looks like a letter C. It is not round, whole, and plump. This is one time plump is healthy! A nice plump skin cell does not wrinkle and holds water in the right amount.

Our Shea Butter Lotion is really thick and the Hand and Body Lotion is thinner and balanced with sun ower oil. Shea Butter is made with a moisture-rich butter obtained from the nut
of the Karite tree in Central Africa, also known as Karite butter and African butter. A superb
emollient ideal for use in skin moisturizers. It helps enhance cell regeneration and capillary
circulation, which assists in the healing of small wounds, cracks, and crevices in the skin.
Shea Butter is renowned for its skin so ftening and moisture retaining ability. What makes shea
butter so great for the skin is its high content of fatty acids. Th ese fatty acids are indispensable
for moisturizing and retaining the elasticity of the skin. By making up for lipid (fat) de ciency
in the epidermal cells, shea butter provides the skin with all the essential elements it needs for its good balance. It is also high in Vitamin E.  It has an anti-elastase characteristic, which makes it a good active ingredient against stretch marks.

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