A Spray A Day
The beauty industry has been buzzing lately with products that are designed to be good for you. I recently wrote about some Good for You products. But none of these vitamin-infused cosmetics can replace the dose vitamins and minerals your body needs daily to look and feel its best. Yet we don't usually associate taking our vitamins with part of our beauty routine, do we? Maybe that's because the vitamin-taking process usually involves huge, nasty tasting pills and ugly, hide-in-the-cabinet packaging -- until now.
- Body Skin Tonic rejuvenates dry skin and stimulates the body's own natural systems to promote softer, smoother skin for long-term results.
- Hair + Nail Tonic combines homeopathic ingredients to promote more beautiful hair and nails while relieving such symptoms as dull slow growing hair, dry scalp and brittle nails.
- Acne Tonic combines homeopathic ingredients to relieve acne discomfort and the common symptoms of acne including face and body breakouts, redness, itching and inflammation.
- AgeWell Anti-Ox is sprayology's "Beauty Vitamin" that contains vital antioxidants and immune stimulating vitamins which help delay cellular aging, improve skin smoothness and elasticity, and prevent premature aging.
All Sprayology formulas are designed in FDA approved laboratories by expert medical doctors and homeopaths to create a balance between modern technology and holistic health. I've tried several of the products and can say that they are a quick, portable (and even tasty) way to my dose of vitamins. Products range from $20 to $48 and are usually about a month supply.
Want to try Sprayology? Beauty Hatchery is giving away a full-size bottle of Party Relief, which prevents and relieves alcohol-related discomfort. (Not that we condone such behavior! Beauty Chick recommends drinking in moderation.) If you're a party girl or know someone who could use it, just leave a comment below. In a week, I'll post the lucky winner and you can email me privately with your mailing address.
When I was in college, my mom's voicemails would always end with "Get some sleep and take your vitamins!" Now, at least half of that advice is easier to follow!