Holistic Beauty includes feeling beautiful and sharing it with others.
DO BLONDES REALLY HAVE MORE FUN?!?!
Let’s let you decide!
PAUL MITCHELL FOREVER BLONDE IS FINALLY HERE!!
This three part system has EXCLUSIVE technology that raises the bar!
Product #1 Forever Blonde™ Shampoo
- Gently cleanses and keeps blonde hair light, bright and healthy
- Powered by exclusive KerActive protein and safflower oleosomes
- Helps repair damage and seal the cuticle
Product #2 Forever Blonde™ Conditioner
- A perfect hydrator for everyday use
- KerActive and safflower oleosomes help smooth and repair
- Subtly brightens blonde and highlighted hues
Product #3 Forever Blonde™ Dramatic Repair™
- Lightweight yet powerful multi-tasking corrector
- Smoothes, strengthens and replenishes depleted hair
- Loaded with KerActive protein, safflower oleosomes and macadamia nut oil
- 1/4 cup of mixed berries
- (The darker the berry, the more antioxidants)
- 2 Tablespoons of Plain Yogurt
- 2 Tablespoons of Honey
- (Honey is a gentle exfoliant and helps to seal in moisture)
- 1 Tablespoon of Lemon Juice
- (The citric acid and vitamin C helps to brighten skin and is a wonderful astringent)
- Combine yogurt and honey in a blender and pulse until fully combined
- Add berries and puree until smooth, and then add lemon juice
- Apply the mixture to clean dry face and let mask sit for 10-15 minutes
- Rinse thoroughly with warm water and pat dry
- What is all this hype about Yoga?
- What is the difference between “this” Yoga and “that” Yoga?
- Is Yoga an exercise program or is it a religion?
- Why do they call it a practice?
- Will Yoga make me a Vegan-Tree-Hugging-Hippy?
- Why do they say Yoga creates a spiritual or emotional experience?
- Why should I practice Yoga?
- When should I practice Yoga?
- Where should I practice Yoga?
- How do I practice Yoga?
- 15 thick skinned lemons (Eureka, Lisbon, or Citron)
- 2 bottles of 100-proof vodka
- 4-1/2 cups of sugar
- 5-cups of water
Wash the lemons in hot water before you start. Remove the peel with a vegetable peeler, removing all white pith on the back of the peel by scraping with a knife, and put the peels in a 4-quart Mason jar.
Sugar Free Lemonade
- 2 Cups of fresh squeezed lemon juice
- 8 cups of water
- 2 teaspoons of stevia liquid concentrate or 1/2-2/3 cup of agave syrup
- Ice Cubes and Lemon for Garnish
The WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, & WHY on this Awapuhi Wild Ginger!?!
YES, Coconut Oil for EVERYTHING….almost.
It has been just over a month and Coconut Oil is now officially a staple in our home. I use it for cooking, as a make-up remover, moisturizer, hair conditioner, and lip-balm. I think that the Trader Joe’s brand is the best, so I find myself stocking up on it like a Doomsday-Prepper.
I first read about the many benefits of Coconut Oil in, Forever Young, by Dr. Nicholas Perricone. He discusses the many benefits of cooking with Coconut Oil instead of butter and other vegetable oils.
So long story short; Coconut Oil contains a high amount of saturated fat, which gives it a bad rap, but Coconut Oil is easier digested than butter and other vegetable oils, and the anti-microbial properties in Coconut Oil help tremendously with digestion and immunity. So, the good outweighs the bad here. Even if you don’t like the smell or flavor of Coconut, there is still might be enough good supporting evidence to give it a chance.
The anti-microbial properties in Coconut Oil also make it a great choice for an overnight moisturizer and eye-make-up remover. It won’t clog your pores and your skin will look AMAZING in the morning. It is a fabulous deep conditioning treatment as well! In many countries, it is used daily as a shine serum or conditioner. I use it on a bi-weekly basis (in-between my Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger treatments). I melt it down, apply, let it sit for about 10 minutes, and then shampoo and condition as usual.
I find that when I am cooking with it, there is always a bit extra to rub in my hands, my elbows, smile-lines, ends of my hair and my lips; which makes cooking very conditioning. If you enjoy the flavor and smell of Coconut Oil, you will be in heaven. I think it makes the house smell wonderful when I am cooking with it and it adds a smooth sweet finish to everything. I have used it instead of Olive Oil, with sautéing most dishes. It also works really well at high heats, so you don’t have to worry about it burning like butter. (ever ruin a roux?!?)
The consistency reminds me of translucent Crisco, and you may have to melt it down to get a proper measurement. For skin application, just take a small chunk and rub it between your fingers to melt a bit and then apply.
If it isn’t already obvious, we LOVE Paul Mitchell!!
- Paul Mitchell is MADE IN THE USA and is the ONLY privately owned manufacturer in the entire Professional Beauty Industry. We think that speaks volumes to their integrity and commitment.
- There are lots of manufacturers of “professional” beauty products, most of which are owned by L’Oreal, Estee Lauder or Proctor & Gamble. These companies also “specialize” in manufacturing other products such as pharmaceuticals and detergents.
- Co-Founder and CEO, John Paul DeJoria is a truly remarkable human-being. We think it’s safe to say that John Paul Mitchell Systems is one of the most philanthropic companies in the world.
- Did you know that they were the first company in the professional beauty industry to stand up against animal testing?
- Every purchase from the Paul Mitchell Tea-Tree line goes towards planting a tree with American Forest. We’ve planted over 150,000 trees!!
- The Paul Mitchell Awapuhi farm is fully sustainable, runs on solar power and has been since 1987!
- Thinking Globally and Acting Locally, Paul Mitchell has helped to feed thousands of children, preserved our natural resources, and has stood up for equal rights.
- Lastly, we firmly believe that Paul Mitchell products are the finest haircare products in the WORLD! duh!
Hagoyah is Holistic beauty.
Holistic is the theory or practice of incorporating Holism.
Holism is the care of the entire person in all aspects and/or; theory that whole entities, as fundamental components of reality, have an existence other than as the mere sum of their parts.
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