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The Surfer Girl

The Philosophy Surfer Girl set is inspired by the ocean sparkling in the sunlight. This ensemble will give you smooth skin, high-gloss lips, a hint of shimmer, and a tropical scent—all of which come together to create an irresistible, “fresh from the waves” impression.

This set ($35.00) contains:
– 4.0 oz Surf Wave Exfoliating Shower Gel
– 4.0 oz Surf Wave Shimmer Lotion
– 0.5 oz Surf Wave Lip Shine

More at: http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml;jsessionid=RELWCIM3VUUJMCV0KRTQQAQ?id=P237142&categoryId=C7010

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MAC Glitter

Glitter –

M·A·C Glitter can be applied directly to the skin or combined with products to create high-level glitter and sparkle effects on all areas of the face, skin and hair.

7.5 g / 0.26 oz US $19.50

More at: http://www.maccosmetics.com/product/spp.tmpl?CATEGORY_ID=CAT793&PRODUCT_ID=505

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Philosophy’s Beach Party

Philosophy Beach Party ($43.00) is the ultimate bath, body, and lip trio to make you the golden girl of the summer. This ensemble will give you smooth skin, high-gloss lips, and an island colada scent—a delicious pineapple and coconut blend. Get ready for a day of fun in the sun!

– 4.0 oz Golden Girl Shower Gel
– 4.0 oz Golden Girl Body Lotion
– 0.5 oz Golden Girl Lip Shine

All three of these beach-party favors are infused with the an alluring island colada fragrance. The exfoliating shower gel uses natural extracts to improve skin’s smoothness, suppleness, and elasticity while stimulating your senses. The body lotion is enriched with natural olive and macadamia nut oils and shea butter to help soften skin and aid in moisture retention. The brilliant lip gloss adds a sweet, flirty touch to complete your summer look. 

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Body Scrub

What it is:
A dermatologist body scrub with chemical and physical medi-exfoliation.

What it is formulated to do:
Medical-quality exfoliation requires more than scrubbing. Dry skin, flaky patches, and “chicken skin” bumps are held together by bonds that physical exfoliation alone can’t break. KP Duty body scrub delivers serious medi-exfoliation for deeper, more thorough results. This dual-action chemical and physical exfoliator blends the best of a chemical peel and microdermabrasion into a single, easy-to-use treatment. Smooth, non-abrasive, synthetic beads lift away dead skin cells.

What else you need to know:
This enhanced exfoliation helps prepare skin for self tanning and post-bathing treatments (including body acne, keratosis pilaris (chicken skin bumps), shaving bumps, ingrown hairs, and bleaching) and is infused with green tea and willow bark to reduce irritation and redness typically associated with routine in-office exfoliation.

More At: http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P147925

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Cellulite Creams

-Clarins Total Body Lift ($59.50)
Form: A cream massaged into cellulite-prone areas daily
Active ingredients: Hortonia, Baccharis, caffeine, cangzhu, cat’s claw, mint, sunflower, agrimony

-Bliss Fatgirlsleep ($38.00)
Form: Cream massaged in nightly before bedtime
Active ingredients: Lotus and red algae extracts, lavender essence

-L’Oreal Paris Sublime Slim Night ($14.39)
Form: Gel massaged in nightly before bedtime
Active ingredients: Gingko extract, Par-Elastyl, caffeine

Read More At: http://www.totalbeauty.com/content/flash/c_cellulite

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What is Hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy is the use of water in the treatment of disease. Hydrothermal therapy additionally uses its temperature effects, as in hot baths, saunas, wraps, etc.
Historical Perspective: Hydro- and hydrothermal therapy are traditional methods of treatment that have been used for the treatment of disease and injury by many cultures, including those of ancient Rome, China, and Japan. Water therapy has been around for centuries. The ancient Greeks took therapeutic baths. Water is an important ingredient in the traditional Chinese and Native American healing systems.A Bavarian monk, Father Sebastian Kneipp helped re-popularize the therapeutic use of water in the 19th century. There are now many dozens of methods of applying hydrotherapy, including baths, saunas, douches, wraps, and packs.
How it works: It exploits the body’s reaction to hot and cold stimuli, to the protracted application of heat, to pressure exerted by the water and to the sensation it gives. The nerves carry impulses felt at the skin deeper into the body, where they are instrumental in stimulating the immune system, influencing the production of stress hormones, invigorating the circulation and digestion, encouraging blood flow, and lessening pain sensitivity. Generally, heat quiets and soothes the body, slowing down the activity of internal organs. Cold, in contrast, stimulates and invigorates, increasing internal activity. If you are experiencing tense muscles and anxiety from your stress, a hot shower or bath is in order. If you are feeling tired and stressed out, you might want to try taking a warm shower or bath followed by a short, invigorating cold shower to help stimulate your body and mind. When you submerge yourself in a bath, a pool, or a whirlpool, you experience a kind of weightlessness. Your body is relieved from the constant pull of gravity. Water also has a hydrostatic effect. It has a massage-like feeling as the water gently kneads your body. Water, in motion, stimulates touch receptors on the skin, boosting blood circulation and releasing tight muscles.
Indications: Hydrotherapy and hydrothermal therapy are chiefly used to tone up the body, to stimulate digestion, the circulation, and the immune system, and to bring relief from pain. Description of indications are given under individual method used. Water seems to have special powers in getting rid of stress and rejuvenating our body. It affects the skin and muscles. It calms the lungs, heart, stomach, and endocrine system by stimulating nerve reflexes on the spinal cord.

Read More At: http://www.holistic-online.com/hydrotherapy.htm

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Types of Massage

Relaxation MassageA smooth, flowing style that promotes general relaxation, improves circulation and range of movement, and relieves muscular tension.

Remedial Massage: A paramedical treatment that helps to restore function to injured “soft tissues” (muscles, tendons and ligaments). Therapy may involve the use of various types of Massage, as well as a range of other physical treatments to assist your recovery. In addition, you may be asked to perform some activities at home to assist the process of recovery.

Sports Massage: Combines different Massage techniques to enhance sports performance and recuperation. An effective component of any training program.

Aromatherapy Massage: Combining the therapeutic properties of essential oils with specific Massage techniques to promote health and well-being.

Reflexology: Using thumb and finger pressure on the reflex points of the feet (which correspond to all areas of the body) to assist in achieving balance within the body.

Oriental Massage Therapies: Oriental-based systems of finger pressure Massage, such as Acupressure and Shiatsu, that treat points along the acupressure meridians, aiming to release discomfort and rebalance energy.Read More At: http://www.holistic-online.com/massage/mas_types.htm

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