Tuesday, May 12, 2015

A Journey to Japan + a Giveaway!

Japan is one of those places on my list of must-go-to.  I have a fascination with the way that they use nature and balance to care for themselves in this wonderful country.  Red Flower makes an entire line devoted to Japan.  Journey with me to Part II of the Trip Around the World with Red Flower.

an energizing and vitalizing body treatment founded onthe principle of stimulating blood flow through the bodyby blending layers of exceptional ingredients andpure scentsdeeply into the skin. inspired by the sensual and thorough art of caring for the body developed and perfected in japan. sea algae, concentrated silk, rice bran, bamboo sap and plum wine leave skin purified, energized, softened and delicately scented. in japan, this custom of deeply purifying and stimulating the skin before soaking in healing waters is a bathing ritual so innate that for centuries it has continued to be performed daily without thought, only presence. created to release the flow of vital energy in the body.

I am obsessed with this part of the line.  I don't think there is anything more wonderful than a full body buff to get the blood flowing and soften skin.  The Wild Cherry Blossom Rice Buff comes in a convenient bag that is perfect for more than one use to fill the senses and soften the skin.  It smells wonderful and does wonders to soften skin.  These gems are inspired by Japanese bath houses where village people would fill their own bags to buff their skin.
Following in the therapeutic progression that begins by cleansing and exfoliating, softly buff with this nutritive blend of rice bran, cherry blossom and wild cherry bark extract which brings healthy omegas and softness to the skin. gently massage over the body for the healing nutrients of amino-rich rice bran to be absorbed directly into the skin. rice bran is a treasured humectant used for its high vitamin e content, hydrating fatty acids and its natural anti-oxidizing properties. the softening effects of rice bran are enhanced with cherry blossom to hydrate and tone, wild cherry bark to calm and soothe and silk extract to renew the skin. ensuring a supple finish and delicate scent to the skin.

After this experience,you can spray your skin with the Rose Camellia Plum Soft-Water Mist.  It smells incredible and  tones the skin.
 this soft-water mist helps the skin to breathe by keeping pores toned, bringing deep hydration and replenishment. plum wine helps to anti-oxidize and reveal a fresh layer of skin, while soft-water, sweet-smelling camellia, rose and plum blossoms provide the pleasure of dewy fresh skin. high in vitamins a, c and e these blossoms help keep skin fresh and glowing. plum wine serum adds natural, gentle sugar acids that accelerate the skin’s cellular renewal rate and stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis. reduce the effects of sun and aging while delivering sweet softness to the skin.
I use this on both my face and body.  It cools your body after a nice long, hot bath or shower.  It also seems to prep my skin for my moisturizer.

Now soothe and moisturize your skin with the Kinmoxei Wild Lime Silk Oil.   It is very fragrant, and very moisturizing.
a warming embrace of intensely fragrant oil, bringing a vitality to the body and replenishing the skin. a complex blend of rare kinmoxei flowers enriched in the softening oils of rice bran and monoi oil creates a deep penetrating surge of moisture. rich in vitamin e, anti-oxidants and fatty acids, this nourishing blend, combined with natural silk proteins, penetrates quickly to produce a lasting moisture. with bergamot and wild lime to stimulate and warm the skin while increasing the blood flow for a healthy glow.

I have thoroughly enjoyed my trip to Japan.  I feel totally revitalized.  If I cannot hop on a flight to Japan, this is the next best thing,

Because I love my readers, enter to win a full-sized bottle of the  Kinmoxei Wild Lime Silk Oil.  Here's how:

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1 comment:

  1. I would also like to try the ambrette organic perfume.


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