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Beauty Predictions For The New Year, Realized

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Loyal readers of this blog may recall a posting we did a couple of weeks back about our beauty forecast for 2009. At the top of this list were predicted increases in the use of multitasking, money-saving products and skincare regimens from renowned facialists. Bearing this in mind and seeing as how we’re already a month into the new year, we thought now might be a good time to turn you on to the Epi-Peel, from Florida-based holistic facialist Tammy Fender. A five-minute exfoliant, mask, and peel in one, this custom-blended formula really is hope in a jar for weathered winter skin, removing dry, dead surface cells as it refines pores and eliminates impurities. And like all of Fender’s products, this one draws on traditions of holistic medicine to stimulate the skin with organic ingredients like rosemary, lavender, and spearmint oils, as well as kaolin clay and micro-granules, which brighten your complexion and increase the flow of nutrients and oxygen to your epidermis. The rejuvenating mix of ingredients also apparently stimulates mental clarity and provides flashes of intuition as well—perhaps along the lines of, “I am saving hundreds of dollars and hours of spa time right now by playing facialist in my own bathroom.”

Photo: Courtesy of Tammy Fender Holistic Skincare

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  1. EcoPretty says:

    I’ve heard many great things about this peel and your post was my final impetus to contact their publicity department. (I write an organic and natural beauty blog called Eco*Pretty). I’ve only used TF’s Rosemary and Tangerine gel cleanser, but it was really lovely.

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