Self-Care this Winter Season

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Beautiful You AestheticsLooking for a way to pamper yourself or someone special this month? With Valentines Day right around the corner we’re all looking for ways to treat our loved ones (including sending some self-care to ourselves). I’m tired of the dry winter weather terrorizing my hands and feet! Do you ever feel that way? My poor weathered hands are thanking me after being spoiled with a turquoise treat—a spa shellac manicure by Colleen Losier of Beautiful You Aesthetics. It’s time we do something not only for others, but for ourselves! Although February is one of the shortest months of the year it can also feel like one of the longest amidst Canada’s harsh winter season. With 8 more weeks of winter left, Spring couldn’t come sooner. Why not indulge in a much deserved luxurious manicure, pedicure, or spa service this winter to delight the body and pleasure the soul.

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How do you care for yourself during the coldest months of the year?

Check out Beautiful You Aesthetics (or a local spa near you) for the perfectly crafted spa package made just for YOU!

96 Balsam St South, Timmins
705-221-5326
colleenlosier@hotmail.com

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Jessica,

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21 thoughts on “Self-Care this Winter Season

    • Thank you so much.
      It’s so important for a busy-bee like me (I often don’t do much for myself in regards to pampering) to find time for myself…especially during the cold and harsh northern winter season. It’s my first winter season in the north and I’m trying to embrace it whole heartedly.
      Jessica

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      • I’ve been loving this lavendar salt scrub from Trader Joes! Super cheap and great. I also get their coconut oil body cream. Thick but not greasy at all.

      • Ohhh now that sounds fabulous! Did you know that they are super easy to make and that you can make them yourself for cents? I make my own homemade sugar & salt scrubs all the time. Once I learned how easy they are to make I refused to buy them! hehe Want a recipe?
        Jess

      • Sure! I used to love to make soaps and other fun stuff. Now I travel most of the time and live out of a suitcase, so I’ve lost the luxury of saving money by buying in bulk and making my own stuff.

      • Oh great, I’m glad you’ve found a balance. Hoping to find one some day too. 🙂

      • Recipe:
        -One cup of sugar (brown or white)/ or sea salt/ or Epsom salts (whatever you prefer)
        -1/3 cup of melted coconut oil/cold pressed olive oil/almond oil (or your oil of choice)
        -3-5 (approx. 1/3 tsp)drops of your favourite essential oil (I’ve even used fresh squeezed fruit juice or vanilla extract).

        Easy!

      • Great recipe! It is super easy. I think I already have all of these ingredients…awesome!! Thank you. 🙂

      • Sounds amazing. Totally – I love the flexibility with the recipe. Thanks again! 🙂

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