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written by Raulla S. Mitchell

One word with enormous power to make the difference between healthy radiant skin that you dare to bare, and skin you’d rather keep under wraps this summer: EXFOLIATE.   Red Note Botanica Sugar ScrubYes, it’s a really big deal. You only have to try it once to notice immediate benefits.  When you make it part of your weekly skincare routine, you’ll continue to notice your best skin ever – healthy, soft, smooth skin that returns the love you give it!  

Twice a week, from the neck down, including hands and feet, but not face, breasts and sensitive body areas, gently massage with your favorite fragrance of GENTLE EXFOLIATING SUGAR SCRUB.

Tank tops, short sleeves, short flirty dresses, skirts, shorts and sandals unveil your skin in all its radiant glory when you exfoliate dead surface skin cells.

When it’s so easy and feels so wonderful to exfoliate in your tub or shower, and the result is gorgeous skin, there’s nothing else that needs to be said about exfoliation.  Just do it!

Moisturize still moist skin with a lotion, creme or body butter after exfoliating to further hydrate and lock in protective moisture for our softest skin. Moisturizing treatments will more effectively penetrate your fresh new skin after its been exfoliated. Dead surface skin cells that are not exfoliated regularly can clog pores and prevent moisturizers from penetrating below their surface.

Sweep your LE CUBE DE PARFUM (solid perfume cube) in your favorite fragrance (to match or complement the fragrance in your exfoliating sugar scrub and moisturizing treatment) across your pulse points and anywhere you’d like to leave a lingering fragrance. Exfoliated, moisturized skin with layered fragrance will help to maximize your fragrance’s intensity and duration, while you enjoy summer’s ease to the max!

Skin that’s loved and well cared for everyday will repay you immeasurably with its youthful radiance for years and years.

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