Thursday, April 22, 2010

Refresh with a Bit of Natural Luxurious Fun

It drives me nuts when the weather changes. It's like my body decides that while the weather's changing, it's time to be rebellious. All winter long, my skin will be nice and smooth (if a little dry), my hair settles into a comfortable flippy curl style, my little toes look cute and I keep the toenails painted for an extra bit of a festive touch.

Then spring arrives. And with it... comes acne (something I never ever had as a teenager, I now get every spring as an adult), my fingernails turn brittle, my toenails turn soft and my usually very cute feet? They become dry and callous-y and just over-all yechy!

This is how I discovered today's shop. I was searching for a way to pamper my feet and turn them around back to their usual cute bits.

Today's shop is Artesia Products on Etsy, and in this shop I discovered a very neat product that's a foot scrub shaped like a bath bar. I love the idea and I can't wait to buy some for myself to try out. Not only is this innovative idea just what I was looking for, but it's made with peppermint oil which doesn't just smell refreshing but also has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, so it's perfect for pampering the feet!

Artesia Products also carries a variety of other bath and body products from lip balms to bubble baths and much more! And, 10% of all their profits is donated to a charity called water 1st, which grants funds to communities to establish sustainable safe water systems.

I love this shop and I'm sure you will too, so be sure to stop by and take a look around at Artesia Product's fun, luxurious and all natural bath and body products.

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURES ABOVE TO VISIT ARTESIAPRODUCTS' SHOP ON ETSY AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

1 comment:

kittyd said...

I ♥ B&B shops, and I hadn't seen this one before. Thanks for sharing! :)

http://kittyd.etsy.com

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