Tags: the body shop
It’s festival season, folks. Those feet take a brutal beating after walking for hours. Here’s a product to keep your dogs from failing you.
Alas, a peppermint foot cream that doesn’t leave your feet as dry as the Sahara! Toes and heels can rejoice in The Body Shop’s Peppermint Cooling Foot Rescue Treatment, an ultra moisturizing cream with a soft peppermint scent reminiscent of the classic candy. The lush, velvety texture is attributed to grape extract, cocoa butter and sweet almond oil. The intense moisture is accompanied by a slight, refreshing tingle, not the usual overbearing sensation. The product was created to revitalize the feet of London marathon runners, so after a long, hard day of shopping in your finest stilettos, slather some on.
Tags: egyptian beauty
You, too, can be a queen of the Nile. Taking beauty cues from the Egyptians results in flawless skin. Listen to your gorgeous ancestors.
Clay Masks: Whether you’re sensitive or oily, you should always have this one handy. Bentonite clay is useful in tightening the skin, reducing pore size and ridding of pimples and blackheads. For those battling acne, you can mix the powder with a little apple cider vinegar. Not too much, though. It can be rather drying if you overdo it.
Honey: Known for its anti-bacterial and moisturizing properties, the Egyptians used honey to soothe and hydrate dry skin. Use it as a fab pre-shower face mask and rinse just before moisturizing and heading out for the day. Honey is also useful in relieving a dandruff-ridden scalp. Slather some on, wrap in saran wrap and let it sit for 30 minutes. Read More…
Tags: dry skin solutions, eczema
Maintaining hyper-active, inflamed skin is rather annoying in the summer. For you sensitive dolls, it seems as if practically everything you use is an irritant, right? Check out these five super-soothing lotions and creams that prevent redness and itchiness, along with our unusual tip for those with eczema. Read More…