nourishing oil

Some uses of coconut oil ✨✨✨

In case you weren’t aware of how magical it is

- Use as a makeup remover
- Use as a facial moisturizer (use wisely as if you use too much it can clog your pores so be sure to test out what amount is best for your skin type)
- Nourishing oil for your hair: hot oil treatment, hair mask or simply just apply it as a spray or leave in conditioner💆🏽
- Body moisturizer (helps with extremely dry skin, eczema, and fungal infections)
- Natural highlighter (apply to areas you’d like a little more glo💫💫)
- Great to use instead of shaving cream - EVERYWHERE (leaves ya legs and coochie feelin baby soft)
- Can be used as aftershave too
- Take a spoonful to help with digestion
- Coconut oil is the second greatest source of Lauric acid after breast milk. This means it has a super high amount of HEALTHY FATS
- Coconut oil has anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. Consuming coconut oil can aid in digestion issues due to inflammation or presence of “bad” bacteria. Applying coconut oil can help relieve fungus and bacterial infections on the skin
- Healthier alternative to butter in cooking and baking
- Can help improve your body’s absorption of magnesium and calcium
- Can be used as a lube during masturbation (does not upset vaginas natural flora), handjobs and blowjobs – however do NOT use with a condom because the oil will corrode the condom
- Natural mouthwash: “oil pulling” with coconut oil is extremely beneficial to oral health. Wish around one spoonful of coconut oil with a few drops of your fave essential oil in your mouth for 5 min. Spit out in the garbage (coconut oil will solidify at room temp so may clog your drains). Then brush your teeth. This can whiten and strengthen your teeth without the use of harsh bleach in whitening strips and will help with bad breath
- Can help with weight loss
- Make a natural deodorant with coconut oil, essential oil and arrowroot powder / cornstarch and baking soda
- Can be used as a sunscreen (low SPF)
- Mix with sugar and make a sexyy body scrub
- Can help relieve bug bites and post ivy/poison oak rashes
- Use with apple cider vinegar for natural lice treatment
- Balances body’s hormones
- Coconut oil with a few drops of peppermint oil can work as an insect repellent

These aren’t even all of the uses for wonderful coconut oil. If you think anymore feel free to add on or message me

💖 Skin Care Guide: Facial Oils  💖

- Choose plant oil, avoid mineral oil: Plant oil will nourish your skin, mineral oil is a cheap, low-quality filler in skincare products! 

- Essential oils are great… But only in very small amounts! Mix a few drops of them with a plant oil, never smear them unmixed all over your face. They’re very strong and will irritate your skin if you use too much or don’t dilute them! 

- We all want to save money but it’s worth it to not use the cheapest skincare oil you can find. Cheap ones are often choke-full of cheap fillers that will do nothing but irritate your skin. Always check the ingredients!  

- Look for organic, cold-pressed, 100 percent pure oils.

- It’s safe to mix together different plant oils to get the perfect mixture for your needs! Just don’t overdo it with the essential oils.

- They nourish your skin, so it’s crucial you let them sink in your skin. How? By using them after you cleanse your skin, ideally at night, so your skin can soak them up over night. Alternatively, mix them with your moisturizer in the morning! 

- Acne? Grapeseed oil helps fight bacteria! 

- Greasy skin? Jojoba oil is close to sebum (the oil your skin produces all on its own). Your skin will get the message “Oh, there’s enough sebum here, no need to produce more!”

- Want lots of nourishment? Avocado oil is extremely nourishing, Argan oil is basically superfood for your skin and Chia seed oil has lots of vitamin C!

- Anti-aging? Rosehip oil is rich in vitamin A! 

- Very dry skin? Try Olive oil!  

Egg White and Yogurt 

This mask is not only easy, but incredibly effective. Egg white tightens pores and helps with oil production, as well as lifting up the face. Yogurt softens and moisturizes the skin, and helps face discolorations and blemishes.

Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of plain yogurt, 1 egg white

Use: Apply to clean face and leave on for until it is completely dry

Watermelon and Banana

Most oily skin in dry underneath the surface, which causes the oil glands to produce more oil. Watermelon is an excellent way to moisturize oily skin, and coupled with banana, it is perfect to nourish skin and control oil production.

Ingredients: about half a cup of mashed up watermelon without the seeds, half a ripe banana mashed up (optional: 2 drops of tea tree oil)

Use: Apply to clean face and leave on for 10-15 minutes

Peach, Egg White, and Sour Cream

Peaches are full of vitamins and minerals, and are great for moisturizing. Sour cream contains Lactic Acid, which is an amazing natural exfoliant, and is known to boost collagen production. Egg white is excellent for tightening pores and fading discoloration. 

Ingredients: 1 ripe peach, 1 egg white, 1 tablespoon of sour cream

Use: Apply to clean face, and leave on for 10-12 minutes.

Chinese ~skin care~ vocabulary

护肤 hùfū - skin care

皮肤 pífū - skin

SKIN TYPES 皮肤类型 [pífū lèixíng]

Normal skin: 中性皮肤 [zhōng xìng pífū]

Dry skin: 干性皮肤 [gān xìng pífū]

Oily skin: 油性皮肤 [yóuxìng pífū]

Combination skin: 混合性皮肤 [hùnhé xìng pífū]

Sensitive skin: 敏感性皮肤 [mǐngǎn xìng pífū]

EFFECT 功效类 [gōngxiào lèi]

Anti-acne: 青春痘(用的) [qīngchūn dòu (yòng de)]

After sun: 日晒后 (用的) [rì shài hòu (yòng de)]

Anti-: 抗、防 [kàng]; [fáng]

Anti-wrinkle: 抗老; 防皱 [kàng lǎo]; [fáng zhòu]

Purifying: 清洁(用的) [qīngjié (yòng de)]

Facial: 脸部(用) [liǎn bù (yòng)]

Hydra: 保湿 [bǎoshī]

Nourishing: 滋养 [zīyǎng]

Oil-control: 抑制油脂 [yìzhì yóuzhi]

Peeling: 敷面落式面膜 [fū miàn luò shì miànmó]

Repairing: 修护 [xiū hù]

Revitalizing: 活化 [huóhuà]

Sun block: 防晒 [fángshài]

Treatment: 修 [xi]

Washing: 洗 [xǐ]

Whitening 美白 [měibái]

SKINCARE ROUTINE 护肤程序 [hùfū chéngxù]

1. CLEANSING 清洁 [qīngjié]

Foam: 泡沫 [pàomò]

Facial cleanser: 洗面奶 [xǐmiànnǎi]

Body wash/shower gel: 沐浴露 [mùyùlù]

2. EXFOLIATION 表皮剥脱 [biǎopí bōtuō]

Scrub: 去角质; 磨砂膏 [qù jiǎozhì]; [móshā gāo] 

Peeling: 敷面落式面膜 [fū miàn luò shì miànmó]

3. REFRESHING 恢复肌肤 [huīfù jīfū]

Toner: 爽肤水 [shuǎngfūshuǐ]

Smoothing/balancing toner: 柔肤水 [róufūshuǐ]

Lifting lotion: 紧肤水 [jǐnfū shuǐ]

Essence/serum: 精华液 [jīnghuáyè]

4. MOISTURIZING 保湿 [bǎoshī]

露 [lù] :lotion,霜 [shuāng] :cream

Skin cream: 护肤霜 [hùfūshuāng]

Day cream: 日霜 [rìshuāng]

Night cream: 晚霜 [wǎnshuāng]

Eye gel/cream: 眼霜 [yǎnshuāng]

Lip care: 护唇 [hù chún]

Body lotion 身体乳 [shēntǐrǔ]

Hand lotion: 护手霜 [hùshǒushuāng]

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NUDE & STRIPE NAUTICAL NAIL ART FOR SPRING

You can create this design with both Gel polish and regular nail polish.
I’m trained in Gel Polish application and use this method on my own nails as it lasts much longer than regular polish.

As Spring is on our doorstep I was feeling the urge to create something fresh and simplistic!
Nude nails go with any outfit, and the nautical stripes add a subtle ‘fashion’ element without being over the top.

I wore this design on my nails last year and received SO many compliments, so I knew I just had to share the ‘how-to’ with you all.

All the products and equipment used are listed below:

Products Used:
Nail Harmony LED Gelish Curing Lamp (as featured in the tutorial)
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Cheaper LED Nail Curing Lamp
http://amzn.to/2lNLTlb

Gelish starter kit including;
*PH Bond
*Foundation (Base)
*Top It Off (Top Coat)
*Nourishing Cuticle Oil
*Nail Bed Cleanser
*Gel Polish Remover
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OPI Gel Colour - Tiramisu For Two
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Nail Harmony Gelish - Artic Freeze (White)
http://amzn.to/2mc9JCo

Beauty Favorites

Makeup favorites
~Laura Mercier oil free tinted moisturizer
~Diorshow lash primer and mascara
~Too Faced semi-sweet chocolate bar palette
~Bobbi Brown natural brow shaper
~ Rosie for Autograph starstruck highlighter

Workout Routine
~Fat Blasting Circuit:
http://youtu.be/PWEdJRRndkQ
~30 Minuet Pilates
http://youtu.be/2GEjVdP2YGk
~Ab Workout
http://youtu.be/NfvD5yEFh28
~Butt & Thigh Workout
http://youtu.be/Womx4TM6p3A
*I recently got a gym membership so I mix up my workout routine everyday and find new videos

Skincare favorites
~Milk-to-foam coconut milk mild cleanser by Neogen
~Witch Hazel
~Rose water hydrosol spray
~CeraVe moisturizing cream (for winter)
~Nourish Organic face lotion (for summer)
~Laura Mercier flawless skin nourishing oil
~Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye Cream
~Hey Honey exfoliating honey peel off mask
~Boscia luminizing peel-off black mask
~Jafra Malibu miracle mask

anonymous asked:

I've started to see Argan Oil pop up in a lot of facial care items in stores near me. I've always associated Argan Oil with hair care, not face care but I know that certain oils like rosehip are great for the skin. Do you recommend Argan Oil for the face? If so, what types of skin- dry, oily, normal? And what products are best? Should I look for face washes or serums or moisturizers with Argan Oil? Thank you so much for your help and time. I appreciate it greatly

Hi! Great question,

Argan oil is a more universal oil which is why it became more popular in the first place. You can use it as multi purpose oil on your hair, skin, body so you won’t need a bunch of products. It’s definitely safe for the skin and has good stuff like vitamin E which is great for skin health and fatty acids. These properties make it better for dry skin because it’s very nourishing. Rose hip oil is a little less moisturizing (but still moisturizing of course) and more anti aging and repairing because it has vitamin C & A making it great for sun damage, fine lines, oiler skin, dark spots, etc. It’s a silky, lightweight oil while Argan Oil feels more like a traditional oil while still absorbing quickly. Because of these properties those who are acne prone and have oily skin, dark spots tend to love Rose Hip oil. 

  • Rose Hip oil is better for damaged skin, anti aging, dark spots, acne, mild dryness.
  • Argan oil is better for dry skin, flaking skin, hydration, dewiness, mature skin, dry hair, dry body patches.

Don’t be scared to mix oils, too. I have a few facial oils that are just a blend of oils like rose hip, avocado, sea buckthorn, etc. If you feel Rose Hip oil isnt giving you super dewy, plump skin then add a few drops of Argan, too :)

My favorite oils depends on the weather, time of the month, etc. I use a basic, cheap, cold pressed rose hip oil on Amazon. The other oils I use are Caudalie Overnight Detox Oil and Jurlique Skin Balancing Oil (the blend of many different oils). 

The Caudalie Overnight Detox Oil is super purifying and detoxifying to me, my skin feels like it can breathe better the next day… if that makes sense. It’s not a super hydrating oil but my skin feels clean and really soft the next morning. This is great when my skin is feeling congested.

The Jurlique Skin Balancing Oil is a simple, do it all moisturizing oil. It has rose hip, avocado, jojoba, shea butter, etc. It’s an easy to use oil that isn’t too heavy and is an added level of moisture. I use this and moisturizer when my skin is feeling dry or dull as a boost to my night time routine. 

anonymous asked:

Leak ur skincare routine

I’ve recently been into experimenting with new skincare products and face masks so it is exciting to share my routine! To start off I wash my face every morning and night with warm water and use a milk-to-foam coconut milk mild cleanser by neogen to remove my makeup. After that I use a toner which is either a witch hazel distillate or a rose flower hydrosol spray (I get them locally made from an apothecary in my area). Next after my face has been toned I will use CeraVe moisturizing cream during the dry winters and a lightweight moisturizing cream by Nourish Organic during the summers. For special occasions I will use Laura Mercier flawless skin nourishing oil after I cleanse my skin. I also love to mask! Here are some of my favorites..
~Hey Honey exfoliating honey peel off mask
~Boscia luminizing peel-off black mask
~Jafra Malibu miracle mask
~Shea Butter French Green clay and green tea mask (made locally)

Some extra care tips that I do are I always put my hair in a braid while I sleep to keep it off of my face. Also I wear sunscreen everyday on my face, neck, and hands. I have started to use some different sheet masks but haven’t found a specific one that I favor.

Black Tea Scrub for Energy and Confidence

I’m a huge fan of shower magic, and this scrub is not only perfect for discreet magic, but it will make your skin super soft. 

You will need: 

Tea leaves- I used Earl Grey for this spell, simply because that’s what I had this morning. You can brew the tea first and drink it, or use fresh tea leaves, your choice. Me, I like tea too much. 

Sugar- white sugar is perfect, but feel free to use any abrasive you want for the base of your scrub. Salt could work, or brown sugar if you have more sensitive skin. 

Oil- I used olive for this scrub, but you could also use coconut, jojoba, or whatever you happen to have on hand. 

Optional- essential oil of your choice. I didn’t have any, so I didn’t use any- but feel free to add anything smelly or extra that matches your intent. 

To assemble: Mix one part oil with two parts sugar, add your tea leaves, and mix well. Adjust according to your own liking. 

To cast: While in the shower, ground yourself. As you scrub your skin, imagine the sugar removing negativity, lethargy, and self doubt, and the oil nourishing your confidence and energy supply. Visualize your body filling with warm light, as you draw energy in and expel negative forces. Rinse the scrub off and enjoy your soft skin and increased confidence. 

What are your favorite shower spells? Have a great day, and blessed be! 

Ayurvedic Ear Oil 

“Using ear oil strengthens the immune system and keeps your lymphs and sinuses moist and nourished. This helps prevent colds, infections and allergies. And just as powerful as the nourishing oil are the immune building, anti inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral benefits of garlic.

Ayurvedic Ear Oil Recipe

1/3 cup organic virgin olive oil

1 clove garlic – chopped

 Directions:

  1. Throw the oil and chopped garlic into a pot and bring it to a simmer.
  2.  Let the oil bubble and pop to release all the liquid. Press the garlic with a fork to help it release. It’s done when the oil doesn’t pop anymore, it should take about 5 minutes.
  3. Once your garlic oil is done cooking, let it cool, and then strain to separate it from the garlic.
  4.  Lastly, pour the strained liquid into an eyedropper bottle or old tincture glass.

 Use:

  • Before using ear oil, always run the bottle under hot water to warm the oil. This makes the experience quite soothing.
  •  Drop in enough oil to fill one ear and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Now tilt the head and allow the oil to drain out, and do the other side for another 5 minutes.
  • It’s a good idea to start doing this once every few weeks to keep your ears clear and your immune system strong. If you’re already sick, fill your ears once every hour, until your symptoms go away, you will feel better so quickly.

HIGH FIVE: SUNLESS TANNERS THAT WOW

Get out of that sticky spray booth! These DIY tanners are the new gold standard.

We’re the third rock from the sun, and we want our skin to look it—without the damage, of course. Before you book an awkward spray tan with a stranger, check out these more innovative ways to catch a DIY beautiful golden tan this summer. JESSICA VELEZ

SLOW AND STEADY

If your natural skintone is particularly fair, then you might want to ease into the bronze age. First Aid Beauty’s new Slow Glow Gradual Self-Tanning Moisturizer lets you build your tone with up to three to four days of continuous use. Your patience pays off, because not only will you be glowing from head to toe (you can use it on your face, too!) but your skin will also be nourished with coconut oil, vitamin E, and aloe vera.

ONE-STEP WONDER

When you’re on a long vacation, you want to keep your bag light. The problem? Most tanning routines include exfoliating with a body scrub, rubbing on tanning lotion, and then finishing with moisturizer. So your road-trip tote has more room for snacks, tarte has combined all three steps in one. Its revamped Brazilliance formula rubs away dead skin cells while simultaneously warming up your complexion and softening skin. Plus, it comes with a handy mitt for seamless application.

OIL TANNED UP

Fans of Josie Maran’s argan oil line will love every last drop of her new Argan Liquid Gold Self-Tanning Oil. She’s also cracked open a few coconuts and blended its water into the mix so it’s extra hydrating. To make this oft-uncomfortable tanning experience of touch more pleasurable, the oil comes accompanied with an extra-plush black mitt that will never looked stained from prior uses.

MIST OPPORTUNITY

Last minute pool-party invite? Instantly spray on a healthy-looking glow with SEPHORA COLLECTION Tinted Self-Tanning Mist. There’s no 12-hour waiting period—just spray, slip into your bathing suit, and go.

WARM SHOWER

We’re not talking about the water temperature. St. Tropez has an in-shower tanner that you rub on, let sit for a few minutes, and wash off. Yes, it’s a miracle. No, we’re not kidding. Love that stranded-on-an-isle look? Go for the In-Shower Tanner’s latest formula, which has deepened to a more medium-tone tan than the original version. And for those that shower at night, sleep soundly knowing it won’t stain even stark-white sheets.

SHOP SELF TANNERS >

Aphrodite bathes in the summer glow,
She slides her godly body,
Into the kiddy pool below.

The coolness of the water,
Sparkles from her beautiful skin,
Well nourished from sweet oils.

As she relaxes she brings roses,
To her precious colored lips,
Closes her eye lashes and taste romance.

Soon on a whim she steps from her pool,
As she rises jewels begin to fall,
Pearls, diamonds and gold.

Summer Aphrodite,
Golden skinned and golden haired,
Bright eyed and fair.

The wind is her towel,
As she walks away gloriously nude,
And as everyone stops and turn.

They notice she is no longer there.
Just the sweet smell,
Of her summer time bath.

—  Summer Aphrodite

sawyerkindle  asked:

So, I'm a married mother in the broom closet. I use kitchen witchery to cast small spells for health and good luck mostly. I'd like to put something like an altar in my kitchen. What could I use that could also be inconspicuous?

Hah! I spent years in the broom closet while sharing my kitchen with people, I am so qualified to answer that question!

The answer is simple: a cruet set arrangement.

Think about what goes into a typical cruet set: salt, pepper, oil, vinegar. That’s basically an altar all of its own: salt for protection (especially if it’s sea salt), oil for nourishing, vinegar for purifying, and pepper for spicing things up. All the basic tasks of a kitchen or hearth witch, rolled into one.

And since you can put those things into whatever containers you like, you can have a very altar-like space and still tell people it’s just your eccentric cruet set. I kept my sea salt and peppercorns in small clay bowls, and oil and balsamic vinegar in little decanters, for years. The mortar - which I consider to be a symbol of the kitchen witch on par with the cauldron - was among them too, because it “had to be handy for grinding the salt and the pepper.” And if there was a candle in the middle, well, there were candles everywhere anyway.

Put all that neatly on the kitchen table, dust it off regularly, and congratulations, you got yourself a working altar your family can use and will never ask why is it there. Worked great!

(Of course, this means other people will be touching it and generally interacting with it. Not everyone wants that, and if you don’t, let me know.)

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Two-in-One Review/Tutorial: How I Prepared For My Senegalese Twists

I just got my Senegalese twists installed yesterday, and I am in love with them! This is my first time with extensions of any sort and braids that my mother hasn’t done for me, so I’m still not quite used to the tightness and weight off all this hair, but nonetheless I am enjoying these long strands.

Knowing that I planned to get Senegalese twists done this summer, I stocked up on a few new products to strengthen my hair and apply as much moisture as possible before I locked them in twists for the next month or so. I wanted a good protein treatment to strengthen my locks for the weighted of added hair, so I purchased H'Suan Wen Hua from Lush in Union Square to use as a pre-poo treatment the week before and two weeks before I got my hair twisted. You guys know that I LOVE Lush products because they are completely natural and full of lovely good stuff for your hair. I’ve never really been one for protein treatments since they leave my hair fairly stiff, but I did quite enjoy this one and it’s pretty lingering scent. My hair felt stronger after using it (I left it in for 40 minutes as opposed to the suggested 20) and even though it is quite pricey, I used a third of the pot during each use.

I followed up with my As I Am coconut co-wash (see my review here) and a typical conditioner to aid in detangling then continued with my normal drying and post-wash moisturizing routine.

I washed my hair the day before I got my twists installed and this time, instead of focusing on protein, my main intention was clarifying and moisturizing. I used my Ouidad Ultra Nourishing Oil shampoo (see my review here) and really focused on clearing my scalp. I followed up with a typical conditioner for slip and detangling, then used my As I Am Hydration Elation deep conditioner to add extra moisture to my hair. I left the deep conditioner on for 20 minutes.

Post-wash, I used a t-shirt to dry my hair until it was about 80% dry then moisturized my hair in layers using Shea Moisture’s Coconut & Hibiscus Curl & Style Milk, Shea Moisture’s Shea Leave-In Conditioner, and Jojoba Oil. I twisted my hair in 6 sections and went off to dream land.

The next morning, aka the morning of my appointment, I blew out each twists section a bit to stretch out my hair for my twist installation (the stylist ended up blowing it out a bit more since my mini-blowout didn’t do much) then added more Curl & Style Milk to my hair shaft and ends. I then rubbed Jojoba Oil on my scalp for moisture, but I plan to use castor oil and tea tree oil to dab on my part lines every few days now. After my hair felt completely moisturized, but not so much to the point that it felt drenched, I put my hair in two french braids and went on my merry way to my 9 AM hair appointment.

Unfortunately my stylist was 20 minutes late and when she arrived she still had to pull three bags of hair so we didn’t end up starting until about 10 AM. My twists were long and none of the assistants were available so the styling ended taking much longer than usual and I stiffly emerged from my chair at 5PM badly needing a glutes and full lower body massage. All in all, the long styling, stiff neck, and slight headache were worth it because I look fly (if I do say so myself)!

In my next post (possibly a week or so from today), I’ll update you on how I upkeep my twists and wash them. Thanks for reading!

  • chadwick boseman: *does anything*
  • me: that's next level cute right there. damn near perfect cuteness. cuteness personified. essence of adorable oil to nourish your skin and strengthen your heart. he on that super cute shit. that man is Cute(TM)
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Banana Brûlée Yogurt with Black Sesame Brittle.

Good morning!

This morning, I had a hankering for an unusual twist on the typical yogurt bowl: I had bananas and black sesame seeds sitting on my counter and immediately wanted to caramelize them both. Is that a medical condition, d'you think—having the sudden and overwhelming urge to caramelize everything in your immediate vicinity?

If so, I have it. And you’re looking at its (mega-delish) results.

This perfectly simple yogurt bowl can be made in 10 minutes and eaten any time of day. The black sesame seeds are full of bone-nourishing minerals (sesame seeds are one of the most significant sources of food-based calcium around), the yogurt brimming with probiotics and protein, and the banana brûlée made with skin-nourishing coconut oil.

Get the recipe here!

Tale as old as time…

A sweet bubble bar filled with the soft scent of rose absolute, refreshing lemon oil and vitamin E filled organic rosehip oil with nourishing shea butter and fair trade organic cocoa butter. Don’t be Beastly, share this with your loved one and let them be the Belle of the bubbles! Dare you travel the forbidden West Wing of White City in search of Lush?

5 Reasons You Need To Try Our New Body Care

So we have a new body care collection, and we’re basically obsessed with it. Here’s five reasons why (even though we could think of a million more):

1. It’s inspired by cotton.

AKA the softest, most breathable fabric ever…so you can imagine how amazing it feels on your skin.

2. It’s seriously smooth.

Infused with good-for-you, high-performance extracts and vitamins your skin will drink right up. Hel-lo, natural glow! 

3. It’s clinically proven.

We’re not messing around here—we developed the whole collection using our patent-pending Cotton Complex formula for ultimate hydration.

4. It’s not just a collection, it’s a lifestyle.  

It features a cream wash, exfoliating scrub, nourishing lotion and luxe oil, so check “entire skin care routine” off your list.

5. It comes in 4 subtle—yet delicious—scents. 

You can choose from acai, verbena, shea and coconut milk. Pro tip: wear on their own or layer with your signature perfume.


But don’t take our word for it—try Victoria’s Secret Body Care online and in stores.

Hair | Avocado Jasmine Thickening Hair Mask

Ingredients

1 Avocado

1 tbs. Honey

2 tsp. Olive Oil

3-5 drops of Jasmine Essential Oil

1 Egg

2 tsp. Coconut Oil

Application

Add all ingredients one by one, and mash together until pasty,

Apply all over hair, working into scalp.

Leave in for 20 minutes - 1 hour

Rinse with luke warm water, and rinse again with cool water to retain moisture.

Benefits

Avocado is a good source of protein for hair, giving it shine, preventing hair loss, Nourishment, packed with vitamin A, D, E, B6, magnesium, folic acid, etc. Great for promoting hair growth, Strengthens hair, and adds bounce

Honey, retains moisture in hair, a natural thermal protectant, nourishment, elasticity.

Olive Oil gives deep hydration, Retains moisture, adds shine, elasticity, helps with natural texture

Jasmine is an uplifting fragrance, soothing for hair, strengthens hair root, damage control, antiseptic to scalp

Egg, healthy protein, strengthens, nourishes, packed with vitamins, elasticity

Coconut Oil moisture, conditioner, nourishment, adds shine, improves overall health and appearance.