The ultimate gift for a busy woman is Time; wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could make time expand so that we could cram in all the things that need doing? Whilst the goddesses here at ANU headquarters can’t do anything about that, we can suggest a top tip or two for at least making time for yourself at the end of another hectic day.
People are talking about ANU Night Balm right now because it’s having such an impact on the appearance of skin, particularly face,neck and décolletage, and while we suggest you use it last thing at night, sometimes you just want to fall into bed and forget about night time routines. So why not change where you keep your’s? If you get a chance to watch some TV before bed, keep it in the sitting room, where you can absent-mindedly moisturise to your heart’s content while you enjoy your favourite show; if you’ve got small children, you could do worse than massage their feet with it. Studies going back to the time of the Romans show that lavender (one of the main ingredients in ANU Night Balm) guarantees a good night’s sleep and since all the other ingredients (olive, sweet almond & coconut oils, cocoa butter, beeswax and carrageen Irish moss) are natural, you know it’s gentle enough for baby skin too.
And don’t stop at your décolletage either – ANU Night Balm is good for rough skin, dry hands, eyebrows, cracked feet, nails, lips and the ends of dry hair. By the time bedtime comes around, you’ll be well and truly wrapped up in the relaxing, mositurising and healing essence of the balm that got top marks in a recent clinical trial: Out of fifty women averaging age 37 to 50, almost 93% noticed an improvement in their appearance generally, with many of those women receiving compliments on looking younger and more refreshed. Almost 98% noticed softer skin and we believe, most of them had a great night’s sleep!
Find a way to get time back; ANU Night Balm. Not just for bedtime.
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