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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Body Polish...

Most of the time, before I post a topic, I always have to be inspired. Either by a product I am using, a research I am doing or a recipe i discovered!

For me, there must be inspiration. Thats why I do not put up posts sometimes 3 days straight! On those days, I simply am not inspired and because I do not blog for blogging sake, I decide I will post only when I have the most inspiring tips, dos and don'ts for healthy glowing skin!

So, I was going through some of my skin care products and decided to share another secret to glowing healthy skin. Have in mind that glowing skin has nothing to do with whether you are dark or fair. You can glow irrespective of your colour. So lets go:

What is Body Polish?
A body polish is a skin exfoliation technique which is designed to rejuvenate your skin. Polishing your body involves elements of massage and body scrubs to reveal a layer of shiny, soft, moisturised skin. It is designed to also cleanse your skin.

Body polish is offered mainly in spas, which begins with the application of aromatic oils to hydrate your pores, followed by the use of an exfoliant to smoothen and refresh your skin. Ingredients such as sea salts, sugar, oatmeal, herbs, or even crushed fruit seeds can be used in the body polish process.

The exfoliant is rubbed vigorously across your body, massaged into the skin and then rinsed away to reveal a glowing, smooth, silky and polished skin. Its lastly followed by an application of a lovely creamy moisturiser.

Other benefits include helping to reduce cellulite, improves blood flow, and lymph circulation.

Now here's the great part, of course going to the spa is great, its one of my best things to do in the world. But sometimes, you just don't have the time or that extra cash to spend. Well, you can make your own polishes @ home. Check out these recipes here
Home Made Skin Care Treatment For SENSITIVE Skin...

Additionally, I have decided to share some of the products I use if I do not have time to whip up my own recipe. I love these products and they have done my skin good. Check them out!


1. The Body Shop Lime & Coconut Shower Gel
2. The Body Shop Satsuma Body Polish


1. Laura Mercier Almond Coconut Milk Scrub (absolutely love!)
2. Tree Hut Shea Sugar Body Scrub with Brazillian Nuts.
3. Elizabeth Arden Green Tea Honey Drops Body Cream.

Always find the time to pamper your skin and yourself. Your skin only reflects what you are feeding it or using on it! nothing more!!

Feel free to drop your comments, questions and ideas, till the next post...
xoxo


11 comments:

  1. Nice blog u have here, really inspiring. I'm chocolate skinned, I have been battling with bacne and dark spots all over my back and arms. PLS can u recommend what to use? I use dove shea butter soap and e45 cream. PLS help..

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    1. Hi sola, will put up a post on adult acne soon. Hopefully that can help. Welcome to the blog!

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  2. Nice blog u have here, really inspiring. I'm chocolate skinned, I have been battling with bacne and dark spots all over my back and arms. PLS can u recommend what to use? I use dove shea butter soap and e45 cream. PLS help..

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  3. Thanks ma'am, I appreciate. My face is really oily and my body is dry.

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    1. hi sola, kindly find the time to read my previous posts on products that work well with dry and oily skin. hope this helps...

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  4. Hello sandy,pls make do to add skin care products for men...thanks

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    1. Lol! ok jeremy, i will put up a post on skincare for men. keep checking the blog

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  5. Hi,I dnt mean to sound cheap but are there things one can use tat re less pricier..Nt everibody cn afford going to the spa for body polish even wen they want to or buy these things they sound expensive! Thanks

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    1. Lol. That's why I have made posts for home made recipes with easy to get and cheap stuff like sugar, milk, yoghurt etc. Check out my previous posts

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  6. I freshly wrote a post on this topic too. You are right; there isn't a universally agreed definition of sensitive skin. I personally like the one that focuses on the thickness of the epidermis as the critical factor. In any case, its good news there is no experimental definition of sensitive skin - with appreciativeness it is not a medical complaint.
    Here's my own blog post on the topic in case somebody will care to have a look
    skin care products for men
    By the way, I just concealed your blog. It's a well knowledgeable and well written one. I will come back!

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  7. Your blog is too good and get the information about Body Polishing Services In Delhi

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