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Friday, May 2, 2014

The Detoxifying Trio


As a neat-freak and perfectionist at heart, cleaning is my therapy. Showers are heaven. And cleaning my closet always imparts a refreshed feeling. It seems like you can detox everything these days: juice cleanses, "toxins," your mouth, and prohibiting electronics. Nevertheless, I think I'll stick to beauty and house cleaning for my fix. Naturally inclined towards these deep cleansing beauty products, some people call Sunday nights "pamper evenings." Well, I call it time to crack out the detoxifying trio.

My lifestyle induces a clogged-up scalp, with gentle organic shampoos, shed loads of hairspray, my aptitude for volume, and my sensitive scalp. Whenever I use a deep cleansing, clarifying shampoo, my hair taps into its glimmering potential. The Bumble and bumble Sunday Shampoo is a ginger, tea tree, and peppermint laden formula that will dissolve any scalp residue and create a completely clean canvas for your scalp--also amping up the shine, glimmer, and softness. Nevertheless, it can leave my hair looking a little flat, but a once weekly rinse for a refreshed scalp is worth the droop. For body, all I can say is that I wish I was a denizen of an oceanside city; there's no hope in my land-locked state. Models and moguls alike always swear that sea salt makes their bodies glowy and smooth. I've also tried my share of dumping sea salt in my bath, and the results aren't equal. The Ahava Liquid Dead Sea Salt* is a detoxifying, salt-based liquid to restore moisture balances and pump the dermis full of vitamins and minerals. Whether I slather it on in the shower or squeeze some into the bath, it reduces my small yearning for the sea--sans my biggest fear: seaweed. With hair and body covered, I can't forget my visage. The Aesop Parsley Seed Deep Cleansing Mask is the best face mask I've ever used--which explains the hammered tube. Completely detoxifying, clearing of spots and ridding of facial gunk, but also adding a hint of moisture and leaving the skin as smooth and soft as the fur on my three month lab puppy, Rocky, it's no wonder I've just ordered my second tube; just don't ask me what "parsley seed" is.

Whether it's some visual signs or some physiological needs, these detoxifying products have distinguished reign in my shower or vanity. Now, that juice cleanse? I think I'll just stick to beauty.... 

16 comments :

  1. I need to try the Parsley seed cleansing mask! x

    BerrieBlogs| {beauty blog}

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  2. Lovely post! I love my detox routines as well and I seriously need to try either the Aesop Mask and the Bumble and Bumble shampoo which are both on my wishlist since forever!

    x Giada | Miel Café

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  3. It definitely looks like you got your use out of that first tube of the Aesop mask! It's one of the face masks I'd love to try and I like that it does have moisturizing qualities instead of being totally stripping. (And is that a Rifle Paper Co notebook I spy?)
    Amber
    Lovely Notions

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  4. I will definitely be trying the Ahava liquid after reading this post!

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  5. I love the Aesop Parsley seed mask! The best one out there!


    I have been shopping! |http://theconsciencefund.com

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  6. Every single product you write about sounds so awesome that I now have the urge to go and pick it up myself. Luckily I can restrain myself otherwise my wallet wouldn't be happy. xx

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  7. Ah, yes; it's gorgeous! x

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  8. Definitely give them a try. The Bb Shampoo may be tentative, though; in other words, I'm excited to try new detox shampoos. x

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  9. Haha! Oh, yes; it's actually one of their cards that I bought as "art"--or my version of art. x

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  10. Ah, yes. x

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  11. It's such a strange product! x

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  12. Agreed! You're a smart girl.... x

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  13. Merci! Haha! I'm able to restrain myself, too. x

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  14. I believe that the Sunday Shampoo would be very much appreciated for my hair at the moment, it sounds pretty good.

    Amy x | A Little Boat Sailing

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