One of the perks of riding with The Blogrollers to Blogher this year was some of the great sponsors they had! When they said we’d get to try natural body spa products from Vintage Body Spa I was pretty excited. One, because hello… What woman doesn’t like pampering herself and smelling nice? And Two… I’m all about trying the “natural” things nowadays! I haven’t gone all crazy with it yet, but I am trying still trying it.
I checked out her site and was excited to see a few things. One, I LOVE body scrubs. I don’t use them often, but every now and then when I’m feelin’ a hot bath, I love to bust out some scrub and exfoliate my skin. I got that in the chocolate scent (thinking my husband would like me smelling like chocolate) But after smelling one of the other women’s containers of Lemon Lavender, or something citrus like that I was totally jealous!
Ok, the other thing I got I’m so excited to tell you about! I recently had a friend ask if there was some kind of product you could use before pregnancy, or during that could prevent stretch marks before they start. Well, I’ve heard of coco butter and things like that but then I read this description about my Shea butter lotion and was SOLD: “Rich in vitamins and nutrients, this lotion can be used to minimize the appearance of stretch marks and used pre-pregnancy to help aid in skin elasticity.”
So I’ve been trying it, and I’ll keep using it, hoping it’ll keep my belly from getting the stretch marks my booty has (yes, it had a growth spurt post-birth control… But I’m not complaining about that!).
But guess what?! I’ve got the hook up for you! One lucky winner will receive a gift bag from Vintage Body Spa. Here’s what you’ll win:
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