Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Featured Product: Sweet Red Rose Whip Moisturizer

Roses in Skincare

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose 
by any other name would smell as sweet.” 

(That's a Shakespeare quote in case you haven't guessed.) 

Essentially the importance is not what something is called, so much as what it actually is. Still, the word rose is quite lovely and the flower is aptly named, especially because of these benefits in skin care:

  • The visible signs of aging are reduced
  • The appearance of skin irritation is reduced
  • The appearance of pore size is reduced
  • Complexion appears smoother, softer and firmer

This October I am promoting the Sweet Red Rose Whip Moisturizer with $5.00 from your purchase donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation via Eminence Organic Skin Care. The facial cream contains both rose extract and petals, and is super skin softening. It is good for all skin conditions, especially sensitive skin. 


A suggestion I have to my beautiful clients at my skincare studio is to use a small amount of this cream for personal breast care. YES! Massaging your own breasts is healing, especially when done with love absent from fear. Fear is a frequency generated by the emotions that is not life enhancing. Love & gratitude are. Fear cannot exist where love is present. Be present with yourself, and lovingly apply the Sweet Red Whip Moisturizer to your breasts, loving them rather than being afraid of finding a lump. Plus they'll smell so good!

Breast massage is actually considered a preventative therapy practiced by other cultures. Why it is not practiced in the United States may just be because of our puritanical roots. Get over those ladies and massage your breasts! Massage is beneficial to the lymphatic system and it tones tissue. We keep stuffing our bodies into bras. Be kind and sweet to those tatas girls! 

Contact me, Kat (919) 696-7265 to order your moisturizer, available in the USA. 
2 fl oz - $74.00 

“What’s in a name? That which we call a breast by any other name would be as sweet.” 
~ Kat J Hall

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

The Art of Flower Viewing

With these strange weather patterns here in North Carolina, flowers have been blossoming ahead of schedule. This gives us the early opportunity to admire them. Many of us enjoy the beauty of flowers, yet how many of us intentionally gaze upon them? How many of us can honestly say “I’m going to contemplate beauty and life’s impermanence, embodied by this flower.” The flower's beauty will fade, and the petals will fall away. Something may be born from the flower, or another flower will bud and blossom in its place. Life goes on while the contemplated flower's life will not. It will not last forever.  In Japan they have one word for that entire concept. Hanami.