I highly recommend it as it delivers on it's promise to soothe and hydrate dry skin.
The L'Occitane Shea Butter is fabulous too, especially the hand and foot creams.
Have you ever tried their range of products?
They have a fabulous website and now there is a shop located downtown in our city.
It's a sensory treat to walk in and sample their wares and the knowledgeable staff are ready to assist.
It comes in a convenient size and lasts quite a long time.
A little goes a long way.
The jar is quite attractive so there's no need to hide it away.
I keep it on my bedside table to remind me to use it.
Organic Angelica Water and Essential Oil
Eye Roll On
Suitable for sensitive eyes.
For the delicate skin around the eyes.
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On the box it states that with use it will
~ reduce the appearance of fine lines by 18% ~
~ reduce puffiness by 11% ~
~ reduce dark circles by 12% ~
I'm hoping that this will perform as well as the box suggests.
The skin around my eyes is starting to look more crepe-y
and I have some puffiness when I wake up in the morning.
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I've got lots of random thoughts and a rather disjointed blog post today...
perhaps it's because I had a super busy weekend of preparing and hosting the baby shower.
Which I will post about on another day...
Foliage is standing in for flowers today.
I may not have mentioned this but Chester thinks flowers are to play with and will not leave them alone.
So far every arrangement has been "de-arranged."
Here he is helping me do the laundry, ready to pounce.
If he's not in the laundry basket
he's on top of the clothes.
I think he's more like a dog than a cat as he follows me everywhere
and Pepper is never far behind!
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some easy reading
The book is rather like a clutch purse.
I do enjoy Candace Bushnell's style.
I loved "One Fifth Avenue" and "Four Blondes."
Last year I read the "Carrie Diaries"...
these books are what I consider to be "mental snack food"
a light entertaining read
nothing that requires too much energy...
It's what I need and crave after a busy day at work.
(and a freshly brewed pot of tea.)
I've got my tea, the cat is on my lap
I can hear the rain coursing through the down spouts.
It's a wet day today...
It's warm and dry in my wee Humble Bungalow
I am feeling grateful for a roof over my head and food in the fridge.
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Our local community food banks are having difficult keeping their shelves stocked.
At school we are having a food drive.
It was suggested that each student donate one can of food
with over 500 students enrolled in our school that would be a substantial boost to help.
I think many families will bring more than one can...
it's the least we can do.
Hope you are snug safe and warm.
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