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by Dr. Uzoma for Beauty 365

 

Bonjour, mes amies!

I really love raw shea butter. It has done wonders for my skin, especially this winter. My skin was so dry to the point of itching and irritation. Ugochi recommended using raw shea butter and since using it I haven’t looked back. However, since the weather is warming up, pure raw shea butter is a bit thick for me. I needed a lighter mix to use. So, I decided to make my own whipped shea butter mix using some nourishing oils. . .

by Dr. Uzoma for Beauty 365

 

The Beauty365 team with Hope Solo

The UK’s top facial skincare line has crossed the pond and launched their brand in the US and Canada. Last week, they were kind enough to invite the Beauty 365 team to a press event to learn more about their products.

Simple Skin Care was established over 50 years ago in the UK with the aim the provide quality skincare products for sensitive skin. Simple has no dyes, artificial perfumes or harsh irritants that can upset skin. . .

by Dr. Uzoma for Beauty 365

I am usually very loyal when it comes to exfoliators.

When I was a teenager, I was an avid user of St. Ives Apricot Scrub. I was in my price point (e.g. CHEAP) but very rough and harsh on my skin. . .

by Stephanee for Beauty 365

I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine about age brackets and how they have evolved over the years.

It seems that 40’s are the new 30’s and 30’s are the new 20’s. Who even knows anymore?! I told my friend that all I needed in my life was my eye cream and I’m good to go.

I’ve been using eye cream since my mid-twenties. . .

by Dr. Uzoma for Beauty 365

One of my favorite beauty products I discovered while living in Nigeria is black soap.

My personal favorite brand is Dudu Osun by Tropical Naturals. The ingredients for this soap are honey, shea butter, camwood, palm kernel oil, cocoa pod ash, palm bunch ash, aloe vera, lime juice, water and fragrance. . .

Hi Beauty Pies!

Hope the weekend went well!

How ’bout them Giants?! Yes, I am a former jock and current undercover sports fan. ;)

I also have a crush on Victor Cruz and his salsa TDs. Yum…

:-D

Anyhoo, during the game, I took the time to pamper my skin with a Mini-Facial. So, I thought it prudent to re-post this step-by-step tutorial so you can get to pampering, too!

Enjoy…

by Stephanee for Beauty 365

Ugochi, Uzoma and I were invited to Burt’s Bees holiday launch event a few weeks ago.

During our intimate tour with one of their representatives, I got to thinking about all of their products and how they are completely natural, so much so that they don’t even need masks and cover ups in their testing labs.

If natural products exist and work just as well as (if not better than) other products with chemicals, why aren’t more companies jumping on the au natural bandwagon?

Recently I’ve been a bit more conscious of what I put in and on my body. This is surely thanks to close friends and family including my brother who is very mindful of what he eats and uses on his skin and Ugochi who is a health nut that is slowly but surely rubbing off on me. :-)

by Stephanee for Beauty 365

Washing my face at night always seems like such a daunting task, but to preserve my pretty it’s something that cannot be skipped.

My boyfriend used to make fun of my “getting ready for bed” routine which usually takes ten minutes — if I’m lucky. By the time I’m done with my beauty before bed, he’s fast asleep in LaLa Land…

by Stephanee, for Beauty 365


Many of us put so much emphasis on beauty via makeup and hair but sometimes overlook the condition of our skin.

Skin not only looks badly when it’s dry but it feels awful too. Who wants to cuddle up with someone whose skin looks like concrete dust?! Not me!

Without moisture, skin looks dull and wrinkly. Colder weather equals drier skin so it’s imperative to counteract the elements with a great moisturizer. For me, using lotion after showering is something I do all year round so I’ve tried every moisturizer under the sun…

Howdy dolls,

I don’t know about you, but the last time I heard the name “Amway” it was in the late 80′s and one of our more eccentric neighbors would try to convince us to buy random household products bearing the Amway name.

Well, well, well…Amway’s beauty brand, Artistry, is not only one of the top 5 largest  selling beauty brands worldwide but a pretty extensive and high quality line.

If you keep an eye on my tweets, you’ll know that Artistry hosted a FAB blogger event for NY Fashion week.

Stephanee and I popped by in between shows and had a blast! Check out the pics below…

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