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December 30, 2013 at 11:27am
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I’M FABULOUS Enzyme peel, can be left 10 minutes or overnight on your skin. After the treatment your skin will feel super ultra smooth, brighter and tighter! 
More details and ordering info here:http://www.im-fabulous.com/Enzyme-Peel_p_273.html

I’M FABULOUS Enzyme peel, can be left 10 minutes or overnight on your skin. After the treatment your skin will feel super ultra smooth, brighter and tighter! 

More details and ordering info here:
http://www.im-fabulous.com/Enzyme-Peel_p_273.html

December 15, 2013 at 2:53pm
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20% off SALES
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December 9, 2013 at 11:56am
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Is your skin saggy, dull with wrinkles and fine lines? You need this organic, kosher and vegan cream.

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11:54am
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Remember to use a vitamin C serum every day on your skin to prevent wrinkles and to brighten your skin. I’m Fabulous Vitamin C serum is organic, kosher and vegan and has hyaluronic acid in it moisturize the skin as well.
order herehttp://www.im-fabulous.com/Vitamin-C-20-Ultra-Hydration-Hyaluronic-Acid-Serum-organic_p_185.html

Remember to use a vitamin C serum every day on your skin to prevent wrinkles and to brighten your skin. I’m Fabulous Vitamin C serum is organic, kosher and vegan and has hyaluronic acid in it moisturize the skin as well.

order here
http://www.im-fabulous.com/Vitamin-C-20-Ultra-Hydration-Hyaluronic-Acid-Serum-organic_p_185.html

11:53am
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PURE LUXURY SERUM: Diminishes skin`s redness, Reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and sun spots, Improves firmness, tone and elasticity, within a shortest time interval as compared to traditional anti wrinkle anti aging treatments that takes several weeks and months before the benefits could be appreciated. I’m Fabulous® formulas increase the skin`s natural moisture content and barrier function, Provides an anti-wrinkle effect on Crows Feet. 
ORDER HERE
http://www.im-fabulous.com/Super-Peptide-Anti-aging-Serum-with-Fast-Action-Brightening_p_253.html

PURE LUXURY SERUM: Diminishes skin`s redness, Reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and sun spots, Improves firmness, tone and elasticity, within a shortest time interval as compared to traditional anti wrinkle anti aging treatments that takes several weeks and months before the benefits could be appreciated. I’m Fabulous® formulas increase the skin`s natural moisture content and barrier function, Provides an anti-wrinkle effect on Crows Feet. 

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http://www.im-fabulous.com/Super-Peptide-Anti-aging-Serum-with-Fast-Action-Brightening_p_253.html

11:51am
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SUPER EXOTIC, it’s smell like vacation!Anis Lacerte grew up surfing in France and always have been a big fan of the beach and the ocean. She wanted to create a smellthat reminded her of the beach. A sexy and sensual perfume made with only organic ingredients and scents. St Barth Beach smell like the beach, feel like vacation! Incredible scent of Madarin, Jasmin and the Ocean. Created by a surfer girl with only pure, luxurious, organic ingredients! I’m Fabulous luxury fragrances infused with jojoba and apricot seed oil.PARABEN, SULFATE, PHTHALATE, PHOSPHATE, AND FORMALDEHYDE FREE. CRUELTY FREE. 
ORDER HEREhttp://www.im-fabulous.com/St-Barth-Beach-Fragrance-Organic_p_325.html

SUPER EXOTIC, it’s smell like vacation!
Anis Lacerte grew up surfing in France and always have been a big fan of the beach and the ocean. She wanted to create a smell

that reminded her of the beach. A sexy and sensual perfume made with only organic ingredients and scents. 

St Barth Beach smell like the beach, feel like vacation! Incredible scent of Madarin, Jasmin and the Ocean. Created by a surfer girl with only pure, luxurious, organic ingredients! 

I’m Fabulous luxury fragrances infused with jojoba and apricot seed oil.

PARABEN, SULFATE, PHTHALATE, PHOSPHATE, AND FORMALDEHYDE FREE. CRUELTY FREE. 

ORDER HERE
http://www.im-fabulous.com/St-Barth-Beach-Fragrance-Organic_p_325.html

November 26, 2013 at 9:55am
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Reblogged from voguebeautiful
Great color

Great color

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8:44am
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sephora:

FRONT/CENTER: SKIN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Sephora Senior Writer Kelley Hoffman on her experience.
Here’s some #beautynostalgia for you: During high school, in the late ’90s and early ’00s, it was cool at my California high school to get tanning salon “tattoos.” Girls would put stickers on their bodies in different shapes and after a few sessions, would show off their pale favorite animal or crushes’ initials with teen girl pride. I never did this trend because it didn’t fit into my fair-skinned, emo style at the time—but I didn’t even consider the risks indoor tanning could have, and since have had, on my generation.
The only time I used tanning salons was in my early 20s, when I lived in New York and Prague. The winters were a cold I’d never experienced before, and a friend recommended I do a few low-level, short sessions to improve my mood. I probably didn’t even do more than 10 visits over a few years, but I wish I’d never gone at all.
Fast-forward to age 28. I have never had a mole-check at a dermatologist, and upon hearing this, my boss at Sephora urges me to see the dermatologist across the street from our office. After a full-body examination, the doctor removes one suspicious mole from my chest. It hadn’t stood out to me before, but when I thought about it, I did realize it sometimes cracked and was a little more shiny and pink than other moles. I thought she was just testing it to be safe—I’d surely be fine!
When the tests came back from the lab, I found out it was basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer. While not as life-threatening as melanoma, I was told I would have to have a procedure to remove the cancer cells—it could grow to be disfiguring if gone untreated.*
Most of us have experienced an annoying sunburn. But the smell of your own burning flesh—which arose, without warning, from my anesthetized chest while my doctor worked—is far more sobering.
I now have a scar on my chest to remind me of my brush with skin cancer, and not only will I never step foot inside an indoor tanning salon, I’m as devoted to wearing sunscreen as I am to brushing my teeth.
I’m not sure what makes Millennials feel so invincible to skin cancer—maybe we just feel like it’ll never happen to us, or it’s something we should worry about when we’re older. But the facts are terrifying—especially for young people.
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, a new study shows that melanoma has grown by 800 percent in young women over the past 40 years, and 400 percent in young men. While men have a higher lifetime risk of melanoma, researchers believe the reverse gender rise in youth is due to the popularity of indoor tanning to young women.
I urge you to check out other skin cancer facts from the Skin Cancer Foundation; they might just save your life. Please, this month, make your mole-check appointment, invest in your SPF routine, and look at the incredible self-tanning options out there instead of indoor tanning.
CHECK OUT THESE SKIN CARE SETS FROM SEPHORA.COM ▸
*all information from the Skin Cancer Foundation.

sephora:

FRONT/CENTER: SKIN CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

Sephora Senior Writer Kelley Hoffman on her experience.

Here’s some #beautynostalgia for you: During high school, in the late ’90s and early ’00s, it was cool at my California high school to get tanning salon “tattoos.” Girls would put stickers on their bodies in different shapes and after a few sessions, would show off their pale favorite animal or crushes’ initials with teen girl pride. I never did this trend because it didn’t fit into my fair-skinned, emo style at the time—but I didn’t even consider the risks indoor tanning could have, and since have had, on my generation.

The only time I used tanning salons was in my early 20s, when I lived in New York and Prague. The winters were a cold I’d never experienced before, and a friend recommended I do a few low-level, short sessions to improve my mood. I probably didn’t even do more than 10 visits over a few years, but I wish I’d never gone at all.

Fast-forward to age 28. I have never had a mole-check at a dermatologist, and upon hearing this, my boss at Sephora urges me to see the dermatologist across the street from our office. After a full-body examination, the doctor removes one suspicious mole from my chest. It hadn’t stood out to me before, but when I thought about it, I did realize it sometimes cracked and was a little more shiny and pink than other moles. I thought she was just testing it to be safe—I’d surely be fine!

When the tests came back from the lab, I found out it was basal cell carcinoma, the most common form of skin cancer. While not as life-threatening as melanoma, I was told I would have to have a procedure to remove the cancer cells—it could grow to be disfiguring if gone untreated.*

Most of us have experienced an annoying sunburn. But the smell of your own burning flesh—which arose, without warning, from my anesthetized chest while my doctor worked—is far more sobering.

I now have a scar on my chest to remind me of my brush with skin cancer, and not only will I never step foot inside an indoor tanning salon, I’m as devoted to wearing sunscreen as I am to brushing my teeth.

I’m not sure what makes Millennials feel so invincible to skin cancer—maybe we just feel like it’ll never happen to us, or it’s something we should worry about when we’re older. But the facts are terrifying—especially for young people.

According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, a new study shows that melanoma has grown by 800 percent in young women over the past 40 years, and 400 percent in young men. While men have a higher lifetime risk of melanoma, researchers believe the reverse gender rise in youth is due to the popularity of indoor tanning to young women.

I urge you to check out other skin cancer facts from the Skin Cancer Foundation; they might just save your life. Please, this month, make your mole-check appointment, invest in your SPF routine, and look at the incredible self-tanning options out there instead of indoor tanning.

CHECK OUT THESE SKIN CARE SETS FROM SEPHORA.COM ▸

*all information from the Skin Cancer Foundation.

7:44am
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November 22, 2013 at 4:24pm
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Reblogged from purpleemoon
organic-skincare-makeup:

#colour #inspiration Scotch Naturals #nailpolish in Black Tartan from www.nourishedlife.com.au/ 
 

J’adore!

organic-skincare-makeup:

#colour #inspiration Scotch Naturals #nailpolish in Black Tartan from www.nourishedlife.com.au/ 

 Scotch Naturals NailPolish Black Tartan

J’adore!

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