Posts Tagged ‘grapefruit’

SWAG ALERT: YOUR MIGHTY MULTI-TASKING MIST!

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

SATURATION HYDRATING MIST!

Looking for a little boost this winter?  Intelligent-SkinSense’s Saturation Hydrating Mist is your mighty multi-tasker!  Created for the Undercover Agent on the go, Saturation helps protect the skin from environmental damage while hydrating and preparing it for better things to come … makeup, of course!  The antioxidant cocktail infuses the skin with aromatic oils such as Madarin Orange, Bergamot, grapefruit, and lemon to combat free radical damage.  Arnica and cucumber oil act as toners, to help guard against pollution, while soybean protein provides cell support.  Enriching aloe leaf juice and macadamia glycerides hydrate the skin, and sodium hyaluronate reactivates moisturizers through the day. Best of all, Blue Algae, Zinc, Iron, and Copper create a barrier for smooth cosmetic application.  A few spritzes throughout the day will leave skin glowing and dewy fresh.

Intelligent-SkinSense is offering thirty lucky Beauty Undercover Subscribers an opportunity to SWAG its Saturation Hydrating Mist (retail $35) simply by following them on Instagram (or Facebook if you don’t have) and entering  here. This SWAG Alert is open to Subscribers 18 years or older with a valid US mailing address only.  Delivery is anticipated within 3-4 weeks from notification.

 

SWAG ALERT: PURIFYING FACE WASH FROM JAPAN!

Monday, January 16th, 2017

Last year we shared one of Japan’s best beauty secrets, Mirai Clinical.  Founded on the holistic Japanese practice of “less is more” (i.e. the fewer products you use, the healthier your skin will be), Mirai Clinical, develops cosmeceuticals that fuse traditional Japanese ingredients, including those sourced from the sea, with advanced science to provide superior quality personal care experiences.  The brand’s Purifying & Hydrating Face Wash with Antioxidant Astaxanthin & Green Tea gently cleanses, while hydrating and softening the skin — without stripping the skin of its natural oils.  Infused with all-natural botanicals, star ingredients feature antioxidant-rich green tea and Astaxanthin (derived from micro-algae, it is 800 times more effective than CoQ10), soothing aloe, rosemary, chamomile, and lavender, hydrating coconut oil and silk protein, and refreshing grapefruit oil.  The concentrated formula, housed in an airless pump, is free of sulfates, synthethic dyes, fragrance, and preservatives.

Mirai Clinical is offering thirty lucky Beauty Undercover Subscribers an opportunity to SWAG its Purifying & Hydrating Face Wash with Antioxidant Astaxanthin & Green Tea (retail $25) simply by following them on Instagram or subscribing to their YouTube channel  (if you don’t have Instagram) and entering  here. This SWAG Alert is open to Subscribers 18 years or older with a valid US mailing address only.  Delivery is anticipated within 3-4 weeks from notification.

THE ZERO CALORIE FOOD COUNT

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

We’ve all heard about zero-calorie foods — you know, the ones which allegedly are burned faster than they can accumulate in the body (i.e. celery).  According to the Daily Mail UK, when eaten in moderation, these foods will not even contribute to one’s overall caloric intake.  To help you incorporate them into your goals for 2017, we have twenty-three (in alphabetical order) from which to choose!

1. APPLES  Calorie content: 47 kcals per 100g  As the old saying goes, an apple a day keeps the doctor away – and there may be some truth to it. Apples are packed full of important vitamins such as C, and A and can promote heart health.

2. APRICOTS  Calorie content: 12 kcals per apricot  Eating apricots is said to help reduce the risk of strokes, and heart attacks. They’re also full of vitamin C, potassium and dietary fibre, which all promote good heart health.

3.  ASPARAGUS  Calorie content: 6 kcals per spear  As well as being packed with antioxidants, it contains lots of essential vitamins such as A, C, E and K along with plenty of fibre.

4.  BEETROOT  Calorie content: 36 kcals per 100g   Beetroot is a good source of iron and folate as well as containing plenty of antioxidants. It’s also been said to lower blood pressure, boost exercise performance and prevent dementia. (more…)