Eight Body Moisture and Dry Skin Brush Treatment

I have always heard that your skin changes as you age (which I, of course, thought I was impervious to…ha!).  Alas, nature has taken its toll and my skin has become uber dry. Not just a little dry, but crazy, Sahara desert dry. This has led me on my new quest to find the best lotions, and potions out there to restore my skin to its baby soft ways.

My latest find is a delectable new product called Eight.  There is good reason this amazing lotion is developing a cult following; it works. I know that I love it because I am almost finished with the bottle, and I have only been using it for a month! Not only is this a simple, effective, and yummy lotion, but it has a wonderful story behind it.

“This story begins in 1944 in an airplane hanger at Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, Oklahoma. My mother had become fondly known as our very own “Rosie the Riveter.” She worked diligently keeping many of the planes safe for our fighting men in World War II. Working in such an environment can leave a lady’s skin uncomfortable and extremely dry… to say the least! Lucky for Mom, she met a woman who had a secret formula for dry skin.My mother, being a savvy businesswoman, tweaked the formula to alleviate her skin problems and created a fabulous body lotion… just for her. I was not aware of the formula until I became an adult and also struggled with dry skin. Before getting the recipe from my mother, I looked for years for a solution to my dry skin. NOTHING, NOTHING was as good as what my Mom was producing at her own kitchen sink. After perfecting this formula for twelve years, it is now available to all women who suffer from dry, itchy skin.” – founder Vicki Weaver-Payne.

The lotion contains:

– Lavender oil
– Monoi oil
– Rice bran oil
– Sunflower oil
– Vitamins A B D E
– Vitamin E oil
– Wheat germ cell formation
– Almond oil
– Aloe vera
– Apricot kernel oil
– Avocado oil
– Emu oil
– Evening primrose oil
– Jojoba oil

My favorite part of this kit is the Dry Skin Brush Treatment. I admit that I was hesitant to incorporate this new technique into my regimen, but I know love the process. It only takes an extra 60 seconds to do this, and I have noticed that my skin is soaking up the product so much better. Start by brushing upward toward your heart in long, brisk strokes. This helps exfoliate, and open up the pores, which helps the moisturizer sink into the skin.

The brush has these amazing benefits!

– Tightens Skin
– Helps Digestion
– Reduces Cellulite
– Stimulates Circulation
– Increases Cell Renewal
– Cleans Lymphatic System
– Removes Dead Skin Layers
– Strengthens Immune System
– Improves Exchange between Cells
– Stimulates the Glands

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