Exhilarating Gift Ideas from Seed
Adventure-seekers, "adrenaline junkies" - these are people we all know in our lives who can be really hard to buy for when you are shopping for a gift. They experience true joy when they are zip lining, white water rafting or zooming down a steep hill on a roller coaster.
Give the gift of aromatherapy.
We're all about essential oils and aromatherapy here at Seed and we have captured that feeling of exhilaration into a bottle with our Beneficial Blend called Exhilaration.
Treat them to a body wash, body cream and body oil set infused with eucalyptus and peppermint essential oils. Our Exhilaration Beneficial Blend nourishes and softens skin while providing energizing aromatherapy to ensure they’re ready for anything.
Includes Seed 16 oz Body Wash, 4 oz Body Cream and 2 oz Body Oil
- Seed Eucalyptus and Peppermint Body Wash and complimentary natural ramie pouf starts their day off with an aromatherapeutic "wow"
- Seed Body Oil Mist - perfect for massage, after shower skin softening
- Seed Silky & Rich Body Cream - soothes and moisturizes deeply without greasiness
Ideas at their fingertips
The Bucket List: 1000 Adventures Big & Small is a gift idea your reader will love. It features an abundance of ideas for any thrill seeker and outdoorsman (or woman) in your life.
For the downhill skier
I love this one -- after a long day of hitting the slopes, that skier in your life can enjoy a nice glass of wine from one of the bottles on this neat ski wine rack, which was made by hand in Massachusetts by artisan Michael Bellino.
Give the gift of adventure in the backyard
My husband and younger son would love this one -- an at-home zip line. How cool is that? I found this one at Cabela's.
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Vitamin E is one of the most well-known antioxidants used in skin care. While it is common knowledge that Vitamin E is useful for the skin, many people are unaware of why it is beneficial. On the Seed blog today, we are sharing the clinical science behind Vitamin E and skin care, as well as ways it will help improve the appearance of your skin.
What is Vitamin E?
Vitamin E is a powerful fat-soluble antioxidant that can help repair damaged cells. Naturally occurring Vitamin E includes eight different isoforms. These include alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta- tocopherol and alpha-, beta-, gamma-, and delta- tocotienol.
Vitamin E is one of the most studied skin vitamins because it was discovered so long ago. In fact, it was back in the early 1920s when Berkeley biologists Dr. Herbert Evans and Dr. Katherine Bishop made the discovery.
In the field of skin care, Vitamin E has been used for more than half a century -- and with good reason.