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Quickie Raves (4)

Burt's Bees Sensitive Facial Cleanser

If you have dry/dehydrated skin or if you travel a lot, this cleanser is for you.


It's 99% natural and free of fragrance and sulphates - i.e. it doesn't foam.


Mario Badescu Glycolic Skin Renewal Complex 

This is an amazingly lightweight moisturizer that hydrates and lightly exfoliates the skin. ***Please note*** The second ingredient is peanut oil.


Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps 'Peppermint'

If you're into aromatherapy like me you're gonna love this. The bar soap in 'Lavender' is also great for washing your makeup brushes/sponges.


Coconut Oil

The health/beauty benefits of coconut oil are often raved about so I'm sure this is nothing new to you. What I've been loving most about coconut oil recently is the wonders it performs on my hair. Added to any hair mask it immediately makes a difference.


 Heath & Heather Echinacea & Cranberry Tea

Add honey or enjoy alone. It's good for you and tastes great.

 Bio Oil

Another product you've probably heard a lot about before. I'm about to start my third 2 fl. oz. bottle and I can tell you I will never be without this product. It's the first fast absorbing, non-greasy oil I've used.

As seen in Paradise Beauty Supply
posted on our Facebook page November 27, 2014

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