It’s Thanksgiving week and everyone’s thoughts are turning to pumpkin facial peels. OK, maybe not everyone’s.
Thanksgiving began back in 1621, as a harvest festival and a day to give thanks. For the Pilgrims had much to celebrate, not only had they made it to the New World alive (except for the ones who didn’t), but they were actually prospering nicely.
Here are some Native Americans being forced to sit at what appears to be the first incarnation of the kids’ table.
All these years later, the Thanksgiving holiday remains a staple of North American life. The only difference being, now we don’t give thanks for a fruitful harvest, but instead for giant sponges in square pants.
Think how proud the Pilgrims would be if they could see how far we've come.
A combo of organic pumpkin puree with pineapple and ginger. This peel offers unique exfoliation and super nourishment, via all-natural ingredients. It’s jam packed with vitamins and fruit enzymes, which digest dead cells, revealing more youthful, healthier-looking skin. (Hopefully, there won’t be so many dead cells to digest that the enzymes have to undo their zippers.)
After using this peel my skin was clearer, smoother, soft, and radiant, even the spots from the sun were less noticeable. And the amazing part is, I could still see and feel the benefits of this mask days later. I LOVE THIS PEEL. It's twice a week for me from now on.
This is the founder of MyChelle. She’s 46. (My skin didn't look this good when I was 10). Makes me want to buy one of everything. (PS. It's not Botox. I’ll tell you how I know that in tomorrow's post.)
MyChelle is sold at Whole Foods, but if you want to see where else you can get it, feel free to use the "search the web" box to the right.