Tuesday, October 6, 2009

I have to write about this!

Years ago, when my Little Princess was but a wee baby, she had this skin condition which her pediatrician called "baby acne." I didn't believe it. He told us she would outgrow it. As the days and weeks went by, I noticed the skin on her face was getting worse.

A lady from my job told me about this awesome company that markets all kinds of natural stuff and she suggested I try the Gold Bar. She gave me a bar and although I was a bit hesitant to use this on my baby's tender skin, I carefully lathered up the soap and washed her face with it on a wash cloth. In the days that followed, I noticed her skin was getting clearer and softer. I kept using it and told the doctor about it on her next check-up.

That was 11 years ago and I'm still using these awesome products. My daughter also suffers from ADHD and nothing has helped like the vitamins she's taking from this company and it is all natural, that's the best part. I joined just to get the discount and it wasn't until a few weeks ago when a friend of mine pointed out the money-making potential with this fabulous company. I'm seeing it from a different point of view and really want to help others be able to live a healthier life and make an excellent income in the process. The way I look at it is, these are items we all have to purchase anyway at the local stores; why not make them healthy alternatives that will benefit our whole family? It only makes sense.

You can find out more by visiting Here and if you have any questions that I may help you with, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would be more than happy to help you get on your way to a healthier happier you.

1 comment:

Lorraine said...

I have Rosasea and I started making my own soap in 1998 because the BASIS brand soap for sensitive skin was so expensive. The fewer ingredients in your soap the better. The BEE GENTLE soap I make has NO preservatives! Just Olive oil, coconut oil, cocoa butter, beeswax, distilled water and sodium hydroxide (lye). If your soap doesn't list sodium hydroxide, they are afraid they thought of caustic lye in the list will turn people away. Sometimes they just say "saponified oil" Well guess what? You need lye/sodium hydroxide to saponify the fats into soap. I cure my soap 8 weeks to insure gentleness.
I put grapefruit seed extract in my oatmeal soap as a preservative. NO I don't sell my soap to the public anymore, but you should try making it yourself sometime.

By the way I am spiritual not religious. Please don't hold that against me. I do believe in God, I also believe in reincarnation, and I ask the angels to help me as often as I pray to god.