Cool Weather = New Skin Routines

With temperatures dropping for the Autumn/Winter season… it’s time to beef up the ‘moisture’ portion of our skin care routines.

During the warmer months, we can get away with using a scrub alone, and going on about our business… and maybe a little lotion  here and there.

But cooler months mean a greater need for heavier balms and creams, to help our skin really hold on to moisture an stay soft.

Our favorite nighttime routine involves combining the Habibi Body Scrub and Body Balm.

First you shower (like normal), then follow with Habibi Body Scrub on clean, damp skin.

Then you rins,  pat dry, and apply a generous layer of Habibi Body Balm. Then go to bed.

The next morning… your skin will be like SILK.

You can even mix it up by combining different fragrances of Scrub and Balm. We have a few customers who are fans of combining Mandarin and Tahitian Vanilla. They say it leaves them smelling like an Orange Creamsicle (remember those?)

Try this routine… we’d love to hear how it works out for you!

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One comment

  1. Brown Babe says:

    I'm actually just getting around to using the Vanilla Rose body balm sample that came in my Curlbox over the summer. From 8AM this morning until now after 5PM, I've been walking around smelling subtle vanilla floral tones. I'm all about the smell goods, and while I'm a vanilla fanatic, I'm not really a floral lover – but this is such a fabulously balanced blend, I'M IN LOVE! I think I've found a new "regular" and I have already went over the the site to place an order to try some different scents!

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