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Sunday, January 1, 2012



Hi! I hope you enjoyed the December giveaway and were able to enter. The January one is a little more laid back. Here is a list of the items I have to give out:
Travel Size Bath and Body Works Carried Away Shower Gel
Full Size Too Faced Violet Vapor Lip Gloss (I have this and it looks stunning on)
Essie Sexy Divide Nail Polish
Bath and Body Works Full Size Cinnamon Anti-Bacterial Soap
Crabtree and Evelyn Evelyn Rose Shower Gel
H20 Poolside Shower Gel Full Size
H20 Poolside Body Balm
Two samples: Ahava Smoothing Moisturizer for very dry skin and Phyto Shampoo
To enter, be a US Resident, of 18 years of age. Use the Rafflecopter widget to assist you. You will need to subscribe to my blog by email to enter this contest. Please let me know if you have any problems entering. This contest will last until January 31, 2012 at 11:59 pm. Winner will be chosen by random at close of contest.

Thanks for entering! And thank you Vicki!

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  1. Oh no :(
    I am from Romania,Europe!

  2. I wish I could send the giveaway winnings to another country but it is so expensive to do so these days. Maybe soon I will have one that includes other countries or is for other countries exclusively.

  3. Hi Marie,
    Can you recommend a lotion for extremely dry hands? I work in daycare, washing hands constantly, causing tips of fingers to split open at sides of fingernails. Is extremely painful. Has used Eucerin, Olay, ultra moisture, Vaseline Intensive Care, etc.
    Thanks, Carla

  4. Carla, as a matter of fact, I just read about a different cream called Vanicream. It is recommended by pediatricians for very dry skin and eczema in children. It is $14 and available at Walgreens. You may need to ask the pharmacist for help locating it. I think it will work better than Eucerin for you, since than isn't working. Aquaphor might be a good one to try when you get home. You can slather it on and wear some gloves (ones that are good for creams, not ones for outside use. You can find these at Bed, Bath and Beyond). Then wear them overnight. Aquaphor is extremely healing. It has panthenol in it to heal the skin. I hope this helps, let me know how you make out.


  5. Great gear for cold dry winter months, Makeup Junkie!


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