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Miri Torres started Arianna Skincare after she was diagnosed with stage 4B Hodgkinâ€™s Lymphoma disease and she experienced eczema and rashes from aggressive chemotherapy treatments. The only relief she found was during monthly visits to the Dead Sea, where she discovered the skin healing benefits of Dead Sea minerals.
Just a few short years after making a full recovery, Miri proudly launched a collection of all-natural skincare products that are based on the historic power of the Dead Sea minerals and named the line Arianna have the doctor who treated her when she was sick.
BITB spoke with Miri about her courageous journey battling cancer, the motivation behind Arianna SkincareÂ
Fragrance has a way of bringing me back to a different time and place and lemon is by far my time travel of choice. One whiff of this citrus scent never fails to usher me back in time to my honeymoon in Italy. While traveling inÂ Capri, my newly minted husband and I sipped limoncello while reclining under an abundant and fragrant canopy of lemon trees. It was heaven!
I’m far from alone in my lemon love. Aromatherapists also love itÂ because lemon is known to have properties thatÂ can elevate the mood and increase energy levels while actually decreasing stress as well as anxiety levels. The lemon fruit’sÂ light, fresh, intoxicating, citrusy fragranceÂ also happens to be ideal for
This weekâ€™s GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY brings you a touch of sunshine straight from the south of France. We have three jars of DÃ©lice des Fruits â€“ Lemon & Clementine Body Cream ($35) from Lâ€™Occitane. The body cream is part of Lâ€™Occitaneâ€™s holiday collection, based on the candied sweets created by Confiserie Florian. The traditional sweet shop in the CÃ´te dâ€™ Azur specializes in turning local flowers and fruits into candied delights.
The DÃ©lice des Fruits collection captures the delicious aromas that escape from the confiserieâ€™s copper pans as lemons and clementines are blended with sugar.
A gel-cream texture, the Body Cream contains n
When I was in high school, everyone wore Jean Nate. It was the light and clean citrus scent that we loved. Now the world of cosmetics is overflowing with lemon-based products. The lemon is both a small evergreen tree native to Asia, and the tree’s oval yellow fruit. The distinctive sour taste of lemon juice makes it a key ingredient in many dishes and itâ€™s also used in aromatherapy, first aid and medicine. Use it for itchy, flaky scalp and unclogging pores. Rinse hands and feet in lemon juice and water to and pat dry. You can even get sunny highlights with lemon juice. Hereâ€™s a roundup of some lemony loveliness to try:
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