The time has come to announce the winners of the Beauty-licious Giveaway sponsored by Jaqua. The winner is Stacey Moore*, and the runner up is Windycindy. All entrants will receive an email with a Jaqua coupon code worth 15% off your next purchase at jaquabeauty.com.
The response was overwhelming – so thanks to everyone who entered!
If your name isn’t Stacey Moore or Windycindy, don’t despair- Spoiled Pretty has more tricks up its sleeves…click here for a chance to win a $50 SpaFinder gift certificate, redeemable at more than 4,000 spas worldwide.
And check back often – Spoiled Pretty is feeling especially charitable this holiday season, and there are many more giveaways to come!
*Stacey, please email me (at firstname.lastname@example.org) with your mailing address and prize preference: please choose Buttercream Frosting or Cocoa Buttercream Frosting for your Guilt Free Treats kit.
Three years ago, Bath & Body Works abandoned its single brand, single price point strategy when it started carrying popular lines like C.O. Bigelow, Frederic Fekkai, and Wexler. Neil Fiske, then CEO, said of the change, “This represents another step in the transformation of Bath & Body Works from raspberry shower gel to a modern apothecary of beauty and well-being.”
Now, Bath & Body Works is reinventing itself, once again, by cutting its outside vendor list by 50%. Upscale brands that have left, or are slated to leave flagships by the end of the year include DDF, Peter Thomas Roth, Korres, Juvena, and The Savannah Bee Company. “We still feel very strongly about third-party brands and continue to carry them. We continue to look for not only new items within the brands we carry, but also additional brands,” current CEO Diane Neal said. “I personally think we over-assorted ourselves,” she added.
So if your favorite brand is getting the ax, visit your nearest Bath and Body Works store now and adopt a few soon-to-be homeless beauty products.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of experiencing Fresh‘s luxury line of cosmetics, toiletries, and home goods – well, what are you waiting for? With the holiday season upon us, there’s no better time to take that wonderous journey. While you’re out and about, picking up a little something for everyone on your list – make sure to give yourself the gift of Fresh.
A recent addition to Fresh’s skin care selection is the Sugar Acai Age-Delay Body Cream, an innovative moisturizer proven to improve firmness, tone, and smoothness after just 4 weeks. The formula taps into the skin-restoring properties of açaí, an antioxidant-rich “super berry” found deep in the Amazon rainforest. This cream not only is extremely hydrating, but also improves the overall appearance of the body. The addictive scent of bergamot, caramel, and exotic açaí fruit laced with undertones of white and green tea make Sugar Açaí Age-Delay Body Cream a true daily indulgence!
For any purchase made before December 4: simply enter HAPPY HOLIDAYS as your coupon code at checkout.
*Receive a complimentary travel-size Sugar Blossom Hand Treatment with a purchase of $125 or more.
*Receive a complimentary Fragrance Quartet ($75 value) with a purchase of $250 or more.
*Enjoy a complimentary Sugar Eau de Parfum sample with every purchase.
Spongeables Snowflake is a new foam-release system with aromatherapy that has a week’s (or more) worth of luxurious, skin-pampering cleansing and moisturizing, from neck to toe. The sponge is already infused with shower gel, shea butter, olive oil, and antioxidant Vitamins A & E. With a just-right massaging/exfoliating texture and blizzard of rich, thick suds, the Spongeables Snowflake is the perfect portable shower companion.
For frequent fliers, tuck one into a carry-on or in your checked luggage with no fear of leaks, spills, or the TSA making you put it in a Ziplock bag.
Available in cucumber melon, spicy mango, marine sunrise, sweet jasmine, and tangy grapefruit. Catch a snowflake today at Drugstore.com.
When it comes to beauty, you are a woman who demands nothing but the best. But what about your baby? Why should your little beauty junkie in-the-making settle for Johnson & Johnson?
In 1991, Jessica Iclisoy was concerned about the potentially harmful ingredients that she found in her son’s baby shampoo, so she turned a personal interest in healthful living into a professional mission to create safe products.
Today, she is President of California Baby, an L.A. based, all-natural baby care line. California Baby, which is sold online at californiababy.com and at Whole Foods and specialty stores around the country, includes the popular staple product California Baby Shampoo & Bodywash, as well as aromatherapy bubble baths with names like Overtired & Cranky and Chamomile & Herbs.
California Baby is also wonderful for older children, as well as adults who want to baby their sensitive skin.
Not Soap, Radio’s Portable Panacea Trios are designed specifically for those on the go, and those who have space issues.
“Whether you are flying out the door or flying around the world, running to work or running on the treadmill, this line will work for you.”
The entire line consists of 2 groupings – a hair care group and a body care group. Each contains 3 products, in individual bottles, held together with an overcap and an undercap. All bottles are flip-top and can stand up on their own.
The hair care trio consists of body wash, shampoo, and conditioner. The body care trio consists of body polish, shave gel, and lotion. Both sets are currently on sale for $12.
Linden Leaves makes the most irresistibly fragrant, effervescent Bath Discs – enriched with moisturizing sweet almond oil to promote smooth, nourished skin. Next time you’re traveling for work, take a few of these bath bombs on the road with you. After a warm soak in the tub, when people inquire whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, you can coyly answer “both.”
Available in Fig Licorice; Ginger Peach; Ginseng and Orange Blossom; Green Tea and Lime Leaf; and Passionfruit and Echinacea.