Keep Yourself Hydrated
A day spent on the water… boating, floating or swimming! Perhaps a day feeling the glorious warm dirt between your toes or fingers while you garden. Maybe its just a walk with your fave fur baby. Summer protection is important although I believe the power of the sun is just as needed but in this heatwave it is more important than ever to keep yourself hydrated.
Some great tips to keep yourself hydrated and smooth and touting a summer glow. Regardless if you shave or wax, always use our Scrub first, and follow with a light massage with our Oil and Butter. Your legs will thank you for it. Scrub will exfoliate and keep the skin smooth and the Oil and Butter will provide protection and a healthy glow. I don’t know about you but my shins always look parched and dry in the summer and now that I use my VinoSpa my legs have never looked better.
Our Scrub contains Alaea salt and 40 Knots Winery grape skins and seeds and provide a gentle but powerful exfoliation. Our VinoSpa Oil contains a wonderful blend of essential oils and thirst quenching products that feed the health of the skin. Follow up with Butter, full of emollient moisturizers improving elasticity and cellulite and provides a natural occurring light SPF.
Our products are not limited to use on your legs and can be used all over for the same results. Protect your hair with a massage of our Oil and wrap your hair with a warmed towel ( from the dryer) and let it absorb all the way from root to tip. Leave it on for 10-20 minutes and follow with a shampoo and conditioner.
Our new and amazing lip balm is a must try and can also be used to massage into your cuticles after a day of gardening.
Watch for my next blog on helping to protect your face by doing more than wearing a gorgeous new summer hat. Check out West Von for her new bucket hat with a wide brim as well as an amazing selection of straw hats.
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