Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Summertime Skin Protection

The days are getting longer, filled with more sun and summer fun. Drag out those flip flops..It's time to get the skin ready to be seen.

For those dry patches of skin- try Shaklee's wonderful herbal blend "green cream" as I call it. Tough Skin Deserves a Soft Solution, Dry, chapped, rough skin is no match for this soothing cream, which softens even the hardest, callused skin on knees, elbows, and feet. Its cooling, mentholated, non-greasy formula vanishes as you massage it in, leaving skin feeling smooth and refreshed. http://www.shaklee.net/barefoot/product/31751

Natural Protection for a Sunny Day- Ask any dermatologist what the number one skin care essential is, and they'll say a quality sunscreen with a high level of sun protection. Nothing is more important to the quality and health of your skin than sunscreen.

Enfuselle SPF 30 for the body is designed for all skin types, including the most sensitive skin, this patented, waterproof, oil-free sunscreen smoothes easily into your skin and absorbs quickly, without leaving a sticky residue. Soothing and moisturizing, it does not irritate the skin. Patented Vital-Repair+® contains antioxidant vitamins and botanicals. The formula offers UVA and UVB protection and adds an extra defense against premature skin aging. http://www.shaklee.net/barefoot/product/32519

Lip Treatment SPF 15 Soothing Lip Care Drenched with vitamins C and E, calendula extract, and moisturizing plant oil, this nourishing lip treatment softens vulnerable lips while SPF 15 provides UV protection. Smoothes vertical dryness lines and prevents peeling and chapping. http://www.shaklee.net/barefoot/product/32517

Pesticide Protection- Going barefoot may seem blissful, but remember 80% of what touches the skin enters your body. I'm probably the first to take off my shoes and go barefoot. At our farm I know it's safe... we use only natural safe products!

Here's my confession... when I travel it is a different story... many hotels spray bedroom carpets- and especially bathroom floors- with pesticide's to keep bugs at bay. May I make a suggestion... when you travel pack your slippers or flip flops while you're on the road to avoid exposure from potentially harmful elements!

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