During the Season of Giving, I like gifts that give back to our environment. By taking care of our environment we are taking care of our loved ones and ourselves too! I am proud to be part of an organization that strongly believes in giving back to the villages that helped them create their products. The Epoch line from NS uses traditional remedies from indigenous cultures with botanical ingredients to create helpful treatments for us.
For example, in the Epoch line, $0.25 from the sale of every Epoch
Baobab Body Butter is donated to the NS Force For Good Malawi Seeds of Hope project. These funds will be used to purchase and plant a
variety of important and useful trees for the people of Malawi,
including baobab trees and fruit trees. Malawi –one of the poorest
countries – has one of the highest rates of deforestation in the world
and there is an urgent need to restore and protect this precious natural
resource. Read the scope of work provided by the Seeds of Hope project,
which just makes me so proud. The Epoch Baobab Body Butter is made from
the baobab tree which is one of the types of trees to be planted and
drenches your skin with the much needed moisture during the winter
months. For a full listing of the Epoch products and the communities
served visit here.
Running out of time to shop? Receive a 30% discount on your products when you let me help you with your order.
This Holiday Season, help make our world a little better with every gift this year.
Health Tip: Winter Is Not Just Magical Snow Falls And Twinkling Lights…Its Dry, Chapped Skin, UGH!
Winter is the worst season for people who have dry skin – flaking,
itchiness and tautness is usual and neglect of daily care can easily
lead to habitual dehydration, with sensitive skins and red patches.
During winter, the outer layer of skin becomes very dry therefore it is
important to keep the skin moisturized. Even those who have oily skin
must use light moisturizing lotions after cleansing to keep the skin
soft. Therefore, going that extra step to pamper the skin with
moisturizers and emollients is imperative.
To avoid “crocodile skin” on legs: Use a body was without soap such as NS’s Liquid Body Bar After bathing, apply a body lotion , while the skin is still damp. It helps to seal in the moisture.
For additional help with dry, red skin on your face email Julie@anuyoubyjulie.net