I was sent this Adovia Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask product from Cleopatra’s Choice for free to review. I have tried a few mud masks in the past. I like using them Read This Awesome Article! »
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Especially for the fashion and food! The one thing I hate about fall is the way it dries out my skin. I Read This Awesome Article! »
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I was contacted by Bellus Soap Company back in October (I think) to do a review. I have never heard of this company before now. I figured…why not?! Let me see what this is all about. Like any other review (from a company) I went to the website. Read a a little bit about it. Liked what I saw since it was directed at people who wanted youthful and moisturized skin, had extremely dry skin and eczema (like myself). And a few weeks later I received my sample in the mail.
This is what the samples looked like:
Before you think about making Whipped Avocado and Shea Butter or any other shea butter “projects”…you have to melt it down. I remember using it as a moisturizer before melting it down. I constantly felt like a DJ. I had to rub, rub, and rub to get the shea butter to melt.
So finally I broke down and melted the shea butter. It took about 30 minutes and was not hard to do. You just have to keep patience.
Keep Watching to learn.
My skin (and hair) has been suffering ever since September. The temperature pretty much plummeted! [This isn’t the first time I complained about my extra dry skin (grrrrr…)] After looking at a few blogs and YouTube videos I decided to make something that you treat my itchy dry skin (and nourish my dry hair). I made a batch of Creamy, Fluffy and Smooth Whipped Avocado and Shea Butter Mix.
Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. Especially for the fashion and food! The one thing I hate about fall is the way it dries out my skin. I was sent this 100% Organic Pure Unrefined African Shea Butter from Cleopatra’s Choice to review for free…and so far I’m loving it! Not just because it was free, lol.
Let me tell you why.
Everyone knows that winter can be a drag on your skin and everything else (mood, car, etc). It’s just as bad for your hair! I live in a windy climate near 3 large bodies of water. *Lucky me.* The air is everything but nice to my hair and skin. (Need tips for moisturizing your skin in the winter? Read about it here.) Deep moisturizing