Summer Skin Care Tips from Seed
Is your skin ready for summer?
Let's have a show of hands. How many of you are truly ready to bare your arms and legs in sundresses, shorts & tank tops?
Did you ignore your skin a bit when it was covered by your cardigan and hidden under pants?
We get it! We've been there. It is not too late.
Our favorite summer skin care tips:
1. Exfoliate with a gentle sea salt or turbinado sugar scrub to get rid of the dead skin cells that are giving your skin a dull, ashy look.
2. Cleanse with a gentle, sulfate free body wash. Why? Sodium lauryl and sodium laureth sulfate are both harsh surfactants -- cleansing agents -- that can dry and strip the skin of essential moisture. Choose a natural body wash such as Seed Gentle Body Wash, which is creamy and nourishing to the skin.
3. On damp skin, spritz on our body oil mist when you step out of the shower. Gently massage in. Never greasy and quick absorbing, Seed Body Oil Mist leaves your skin feeling silky and smooth.
4. Follow with Seed Body Cream for extra quenched skin. Our cream is rich and a bit heavier, yet non-greasy. If you prefer a bit less moisture and a pump bottle, opt for the Seed Grape Seed Enriched Body Lotion.
Your skin will look dewy, healthy & radiant!
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Today is Earth Day and here at Seed, we'd like to share five of our favorite ways to do your part for the environment.
1. Still have old lightbulbs? Make the switch to LED or compact fluorescent bulbs. These bulbs last, on average, up to 15 times longer and consume 1/5 to 1/3 of the electricity.
2. Eliminate junk mail. There are apps now that can actually help you reduce your carbon footprint. How? With these apps, you snap a photo of the junk mail you do not wish and it removes you from the mailing list.
We wanted to create an easy guide that is basic for those of you who feel intimidated by the wide range of products on store shelves. I have been in the skin care industry for more than half my life. It is my job to know the ins and outs of products - but it should be easy for everyone else who is NOT in the skin care field. Skin care should be simple -- not frustrating.