Can you spend an hour or more in beauty supply stores? Do you have multiple subscriptions to or can't help but pick up the latest hair magazine? Is your 'under the sink' storage area so full that you have a special product area for your impulse purchases? It's offiicial - you're obsessed.
All Tressed Up is more than the name of a website, it's an attitude. Ask anyone - when you look good you do for the most part, feel good. This website gives the everyday woman and/or man the opportunity to share just how wonderful you are! Are you All Tressed Up today?
|The After Affects: Cucumber Facial Kit|
I love the way things work!! So, I was noticing some changes in my skin and decided that it was about time for a facial. Would I go to the spa? Absolutely not because...well, it's just not feasible at the moment.
Moments after the thought, I saw a post in my timeline from our own C. Dawn Farrow regarding a new cucumber facial kit. I clicked the link and was pleasantly surprised to see that the facial kit was available for the low cost of $10.00!!!
After confirming that there was in fact no shea butter (allergy) in the formula, I made my purchase.
Step 1: Clean your face
The instructions are to use the kit after cleaning your face. I opted to cleanse my face with the Trader Joe's soap.
|Ingredient Profile: Amla|
It is not uncommon that after reading an ingredient list that we stumble upon an ingredient that makes you go "Hmmm". Well, the ingredient that has triggered my curiosity is Amla (or Indian Gooseberry).
In my quest to nurture my natural beauty from the inside, I thought you may benefit from the findings. As we approach the new year, I thought it may also be a great idea to actually engage in an Amla experience.
Native to India, this vitamin C rich fruit is filled with antioxidants and is highly regarded in Ayurveda. Let's begin exploring the benefits of Amla from the inside out.
Given that the Indian Gooseberry is native to India, how can we benefit from this highly nutritious and healing fruit? In Ayurveda, mixing the juice of the Amla fruit with honey is considered a health tonic. Considering its naturally bitter taste, the honey sweetens the experience.
Tip: Drink one glass of Amla juice daily