Summer is basically here. Even though it technically doesn't arrive until June 21. The temps are finally starting to go up and now's the time to make a list of all the summer must-haves you need to get you through the season.
We're talking about a revolutionary app that assigns you an esthetician to personally select your skin care routine, a body moisturizer that doubles as a hair inhibitor and much more. Keep reading for all the summer essentials to get now before the season really heats up.
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Hey girl, stop guessing about what's right for your skin. There's an app for that! Shop brands that you know and trust personally selected for YOU by your very own esthetician. The Whatskin? app is your custom beauty store offering skin care that actually works for your skin type and concerns.
Completely Bare is your hair removal expert offering multibenefit, cruelty-free and vegan hair removal solutions for women by women. Discover cult-favorite Don't Grow THERE Body Moisturizer & Hair Inhibitor, which contains CB Tri-Complex with Capislow to help diminish hair density, length and regrowth. Do more with your body moisturizer and help reduce your need for frequent hair removal.
A healthy body needs whole food nutrition. Enjoy this summer with Karviva whole plant-based juices, smoothies and Karviva collagen sports drinks to boost your energy and immunity, enhance your digestion and rejuvenate after all your fun activities. With only real food ingredients, Karviva offers a whole spectrum of prebiotic and antioxidant drinks to fit your healthy lifestyle all summer long and all year long. Now offering a 20 percent off coupon (20offkarviva) valid from June 3 to July 11.
Arnicare Cream is your secret weapon to fade bruise discoloration, swelling and pain, especially after cosmetic procedures or injury.* The cream, made from an Arnica montana daisy, has a light, nongreasy texture and contains no fragrances, parabens or dyes. Arnicare is made by Boiron, the Arnica expert since 1932.
*Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.