SHOW YOURSELF SOME LOVE!
The month of lovers, hearts, flowers, chocolates and more. The month that has one special day where we shower that special person or persons in our lives a little love.But what about you?Are you showing yourself some love too?
WINTER DRY SKIN
The inevitably parched, itchy skin that dry, cold air can bring is upon us. The drop in humidity, exposure to bitingly cold winds and indoor heating can all wreak havoc on our skin’s natural moisture, leading to a duller, drier complexion. The good news is that you don't have to live with dry winter skin. Just a few changes to your skin care regimen can keep your skin healthy, hydrated and glowing all season long
DRINK MORE WATER - HAVE LESS DRY SKIN
As water is lost in large quantities every day, you need to replace it somehow. Drinking at least eight glasses a day will help rid the body and skin of toxins. Many people often report that by increasing their water intake, their skin has a more radiant glow.
USE CREAMS - BUTTERS & OILS
Try body cream, butter or oils instead of lotions. Lotions are usually made with a high amount of water which you would think would be moisturizing but it can actually dry your skin even more. Look for ones that are made with "dry oils" as they will not leave a greasy or oily feeling on your skin.
WARM UP WITH HOT DRINKS, NOT HOT SHOWERS.
Let's admit we all LOVE ❤ a nice long hot shower. However, when the air is already extremely dry, a hot shower can sap all the natural moisture from your scalp and skin making them itchy and flaky. Keep your shower 🚿 warm (not hot) and under 10 minutes if possible.
WASH. MOISTURIZE. REPEAT.
After showering just pat your skin dry and use a natural body oil cream. Applying moisturizer to damp skin will lock in the moisture and last longer.
Bonus Tip: It is okay to double down or layer your moisturizing routine. For example apply body oil first then follow with a light application of body butter.
DON'T FORGET YOUR CROWNING GLORY.
Dry air is just as damaging to the hair and scalp too. Protect your tresses by wearing a hat preferably one that is lined with silk or satin for protection against rubbing and drying out. Also lay off the blow dryers and heated styling tools if you can.
YOUR WINTER BODY MOISTURIZER
Did you think I wasn't going to input a Peace of Nature Product plug?
To help soothe your dry itchy winter skin,
try our Nutritive Body Oils. We have seven moisturizing oils for women
I use to shy away from using body oils for fear have feeling oily and greasy afterwards, now I EMBRACE THEM!
The key is to use body oils that are made with dry oils. The term “dry oil” refers to any oil that dries quickly on your skin
Our Nutritive Body Oil Moisturizers are made with moisturizing oils that will leave your skin feeling soft and soothed all day long. After showering/bathing, pat your skin then rub oil onto your damp skin. The oil creates a barrier between your skin and the water, to seal in moisture. As a bonus, you can also added these oils to your bath water. Just be careful as it can create a slippery situation when leaving the tub.
FEBRUARY PROMOTION - 10% OFF ALL BODY OILS, BUTTERS
& BODY DUO SETS
Valid until - February 28, 2021 while supplies lasts
I've added two new soap bars to the men's line. Surprisingly, they are also a big hit with the ladies too.
Made with Bentonite Clay, this bar provides a light gentle exfoliation which helps naturally cleanse and unclog pores with its smooth silky lather. Scented with Cedarwood, Lavender, Rosemary and Black Pepper
Craft beer soap made with Imperial Porter beer and scented with rich, warm blend of madagascar vanilla, cedarwood,
Beer soap packs a big punch when it comes to moisturizing. Hops, an ingredient in beer, contains skin softening amino acids which can soothe irritated and inflamed skin.
I've always wanted to add beer soap permanently to the line up.
This is the first of a couple more coming soon.
The heart beats about 2.5 billion times over the average lifetime, pushing millions of gallons of blood to every part of the body. This steady flow carries with it oxygen, fuel, hormones, other compounds, and a host of essential cells. It also whisks away the waste products of metabolism.
A healthy heart is central to overall good health. Embracing a healthy lifestyle at any age can prevent heart disease and lower your risk for a heart attack or stroke. You are never too old or too young to begin taking care of your heart.
You don't need me to tell you what do
Just make sure you are showing yourself some love!