J.R.LIGGETT’S Body Goodness!
Winter was vamoosed! It happened in the blink of an eye–mild as it was for many of us. You knew this was on the horizon and you thought you had plenty of time. A look in the mirror revealed an extra inch here and there, and you’re well into the weight loss and exercise regime. Now it’s warmed up across the country and we’re seeing more and more skin showing. The store racks are packed with skimpy pieces of fabric passing for swimwear, and the catalogs are featuring sun, sand, and skin. Ready?
Until you’ve tried J.R.LIGGETT’S Moisturizing Body Scrubs, you had best hold off on the swimsuit and open sandles. Rough patches don’t just crop up in our lives, they appear on our skin too, and not in places that we’re able to hide. Last week I tried the Western Slope fragrance of J.R.’s Body Scrub–always, always my favorite scent. It also comes in that luscious and light Lemon & Lime fragrance, fresh White Sage for Men, and Unscented if you don’t want competion with your other bathing fragrances. No matter which scent you choose, this is a luxurious exfoliating experience essential for smooth, softened skin.
13 ounces of smoothing sensation; pure sea salt, safflower oil, moisturizing almond oil, hemp seed oil, nourishing Vitamin E, walnut shell powder—(not those horrendous shell pieces like I’ve found in other skin scrubs), essential oils and natural fragrance. (White Sage and Unscented also contain jojoba oil).
- Sea salt has healing and cleansing properties that clean the skin pores and detoxify the body. Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, discovered the therapeutic qualities of seawater by noticing the healing effects it had on the injured hands of fishermen. The seawater not only restricted infection risks, but patients who followed treatments involving the use of seawater found that it also promoted pain relief. It is now known that sea salt therapy is an effective treatment that assists in the rejuvenation of the cells and also induces a healthy exchange of minerals and toxins between the blood and the water.¹
- Safflower oil acts as a protective barrier to prevent water from leaving your skin. It works with your skin to soften dryness, smooth roughness, and soothe some skin problems. Safflower oil contains linoleic acid which provides a softening effect in conditioners, and is great for normal to dry skin.
- Almond oil is an excellent emollient and moisturizer which softens and keeps skin smooth to the touch. Hemp seed oil heals skin lesions, balances dry skin, and fights skin inflammations. It’s an non-greasy emollient and moisturizing compound with excellent anti-aging and balancing properties.
- Vitamin E is vital in protecting skin cells from ultra-violet light, pollution, and other elements that produce cell-damaging free radical. It also has anti-aging properties and is useful in sun protection and sun burn products.
I dropped a spoonful of the body scrub on a soft cloth and thought I’d first try it on my feet–all soon as it warms up, the athletic shoes go in the closet and the cute sandles appear. We tend to neglect our feet, but after using this for the first time, it’s become a regular part of my skin pampering routine. It feels wonderful; the sea salt and walnut shell powder scrubbed away caullouses, rough skin, and the oils and scent left my feet wonderfully fragrant and soft. I was amazed at how perfectly this worked. I’ve tried other abrasive products on rough patches of skin, but J.R.’s body scrubs worked better immediately and left my feet soft and lightly scented. Same results with other rough skin areas–knees, elbows. This stuff is terrific. I was pleasantly surprised at it’s effectiveness. It is in a glass jar so take care not to have it in the tub or shower area, simply drop a spoonful or small scoopful onto the lid or a soft cloth or wash sponge and have it within easy reach. No problem. Quite simple.
It takes a good amount of time to get your body in shape, but only a few moments to use J.R.LIGGETT’S Moisturizing Body Scrubs. You’re going to like this.
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Joy Richter 2012 ©copyright 2012 J.R.LIGGETT