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Finding Immortelle Beauty

Let’s discover the foundation of youth shall we! Well the search for that still continues and in the meantime we can have immortelle beauty. While at the Chez Nous last weekend, I was delighted to meet the creator of the Immortelle Beauty products, Kathryn Nurse. She was proudly wearing the Go Local badge on her soft white shirt. 
I first tried just the smallest amount of the foot lotion on my hands. Yes I know it was foot lotion but well I wanted to try anyway. Boy was I amazed! This left my hands moisturized for the rest of the day! Seriously! For the hand and body lotions, the smells were tantalizing. These come in fresh citrus, plum and cranberry! You can also get these as scrubs and body wash. 
After trying out these lovelies I was more than compelled to not leave here without some goodies. If you want to take the plunge into the land of immortelle beauty try checking out their website or facebook page. She is hoping to expand her line of products soon. I can’t wait to see what new she has in store for me!  

Exploring Immortelle Beauty!
XOXO
Naomi

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