Adele absolutely glowed at the Grammys. Not only did her stunning voice and 6 wins wow the crowd at last Sunday’s ceremony, but her radiant skin made an unforgettable impression as well.
One beauty secret of the soulful British-born singer and songwriter is Skin Food by Weleda. “I like to use Skin Food by Weleda because I feel really replenished when I do,” she stated in the March 31, 2011 issue of the Sunday Sun UK.
A versatile, deeply hydrating cream, Weleda Skin food features a nourishing cocktail of plant extracts that restore and protect the skin. It’s a whole body treatment especially good for stubborn dryness on elbows, hands, feet and even chapped lips. Essential fatt
There is nothing as nostalgic as a peppermint candy cane. The red and white striped sweet goes hand in hand with childhood holiday memories of Santa, Frosty, Rudolph and The Grinch. In addition to being a delectable edible, peppermint has many beauty and health benefits. A cross between watermint and spearmint, the oil from the peppermint plant can soothe aching feet as well as settle an upset tummy (perhaps suffering from too much holiday cheer!). Applying peppermint oil to your scalp not only makes your hair smell good, it promotes hair growth, increases blood circulation and adds gloss. And did you know that the menthol in peppermint is good for those of us with oily skin as it controls e
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We have all seen her on the evening commute: that stylish specimen, impeccably dressed, flawless hair and makeup, gorgeous nails, drool-worthy bag… but wait, what is that on her feet? She may have killed it in stilettos at a power lunch, but now she’s hoofing it home in a pair of kind of ugly, very expensive shoes that promise to improve posture, alleviate back, neck and joint pain, and tone the thighs and tush. Where did they come from and do they actually deliver? Beauty in the Bag serves up the skinny on the latest stampede of functional footwear, all designed to produce instability and maximize the benefits of every stroll. Instability (that un
OLAY THERMAL PEDICURE – All I can say is aahhhhh. This self-heating exfoliating treatment soothes tired, aching feet and leaves them soft and comfortable. It warms on contact and polishes away dead skin, calluses, and rough patches. Shea butter moisturizes and softens skin. Use it on damp feet after your bath or shower and massage it in. It’s like having reflexology – your whole body feels good if your feet are comfortable. It also keeps your nails and pedicure looking fresh for longer.
FINAL VERDICT – BOB (BEAUTY ON A BUDGET) – $8.99 but it smells and feels like an expensive spa product. This is just what you need to get ready for sandal season.
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