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Pampering Myself on Weekends


I am always like a busy bee. From work to home, in traffic, doing chores, writing articles for this blog, out shopping! When I have a free weekend, just open for me to do whatever I please sometimes it’s difficult to just relax and do nothing. This weekend for me was like that. I was in control and could do whatever I wanted and I really needed to pamper myself.
Now I have really neglected my body since my makeup habits have taken over. So I though why not pamper my body and I knew just how to do that. Very simple! Just a good handmade soap and a body scrub. Mind you I have had two luscious soaps from Stc and company since my visit to the Upmarket last year. These babies were going to meet my new Ecotools bath and shower mitt for my relaxation time. 
The luscious handmade soap ($25TT) is called a Daffodilly soap and had a pleasant but natural scent that really calmed me. It has a fragrant blend of daffodil and lily. It was firm in texture but made just enough bubbles to make a girl giggly. And the Ecotools bath and shower mitt I found at SuperPharm was a match made in heaven for my luxurious soap! It was firm enough to exfoliate the skin but yet so gentle and far from the scratchy ones I had before. For a moment I couldn’t tell I was exfoliating the skin but when I stepped out of the shower my mom felt the skin on my shoulder and remarked on how smooth it felt.
It’s pretty simple really but these two babies were all I needed to really pamper my neglected body this weekend. I’m hoping to spend more time with luscious lotions and even on treating my neglected hair too this year! How do you spend a quite weekend at home? I would love to hear it!
Happy Pampering!
XOXO
Naomi

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