The Magic of Tisserand

October 12th, 2012

Oh my god. I am converted. Like totally. I have to share my discovery. Have you tried the Tisserand and Barefoot product range? If not you must, and the sooner the better.

The Barefoot SOS Barrier Hand Cream is marvelous. It’s rich and creamy and scented with jojoba oils and shea butter. It’s a glove of luxury. I suffer from dry skin and so I know what I’m talking about when I say
that this hand cream works, because it does, results are instant. And it’s not very expensive, it  only cost £13, which is amazing value because you only need to use a little bit at a time, the tube I have will last for ages, (if my daughter doesn’t steal it). The Face And Body Rescue Cream is a magical formula, recommended by dermatologists and natural health professionals in combating problematic dry skin areas, (I read that on the packet). And they’re right to recommend it. I’ve only been using it for two weeks, and I can see an unbelievable difference. I bought it in Plant Organic and it wasn’t expensive either, it only cost £5.95.

But my favorite products are the Rosa Fina face lotion, and nourishing cleansing milk. Both are rich in texture, smell gorgeous and literally soak into your skin, like water in a sponge. I’m hooked, and saving loads of money because I was splashing out a fortune on Dermalogica.

Everything I posses I have to share with my daughter, (she’s a makeup kleptomaniac, she can’t help herself, she is at the full blown end of the obsessive compulsive makeup stealing spectrum. This illness also manifests itself in my drinks cabinet and wardrobe). And so to be able to chip away at the price of my beauty products and to prefer this new less expensive range to my originally mega pricey variety is truly a success story, because I’m funding two complexions and two sets of dry skin.

OK, here are some of the other products I LOVE . . .The Tisserand Deep Cleansing Skin Wash, The Sweet Dreams Aromatherapy Roller Ball, and the Energy Roller Ball. And the Pacifica Tahitian Gardenia Solid Perfume, (which fits into the smallest handbags).

I’ve just had a look on the website, (www.barefoot-botanicals.com.). There is a Barefoot Rosa Fina Instant Youth Serum. That’s a big promise, (instant youth). I’ve ordered it, I can’t wait. I might start my Christmas shopping now, but the problem with Christmas shopping in October is that you have a three month window to fight your conscience before you end up keeping everything you buy for yourself. But then . . . I’m worth it, (as the famous advert says).

 

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Posted in: From the Author by Molly Hopkins on October 12th, 2012

7 Comments already, do join in...

  1. On April 8th, 2013 at 11:04 am, lynn said:

    CAN YOU PLEASE TELL WHEN WE WILL BE GETTING SOMEMORE OF ELVIE,
    HAVE READ BOOTCAMP, PARIS AND VENICE

  2. On April 8th, 2013 at 11:05 am, lynn said:

    MORE OF ELVIE REQUIRED WHEN WILL THERE BE A NEW BOOK HAVE READ, BOOTCAMP,PARIS AND VENICE

  3. On April 27th, 2013 at 7:42 pm, Debby Shapiro said:

    I used to go to homeopath/herbalist in Reigate who makes Barefoot Bots, stuning woman. Also from Scotland, bye the bye. She is a wonderful business woman as well as dr and caring and inspiring.

    Debby

  4. On May 9th, 2013 at 7:34 am, Beatrice said:

    Hi,Molly, Remember Haverforwest, Windsor?
    Lost your email address so would welcome news from you or Sue.
    Regards
    Beatrice

  5. On May 13th, 2013 at 12:57 pm, Molly Hopkins said:

    Can you believe this has only just come thru……lynnettehopkins@hotmail.com

  6. On May 13th, 2013 at 12:58 pm, Molly Hopkins said:

    This message has just hit my inbox. But we’ve emailed since haven’t we….x

  7. On May 13th, 2013 at 12:59 pm, Molly Hopkins said:

    You’ve got to download ‘Sunlounger’ publishes July 1. There is and Evie and Lulu story in there. x Sorry for the delay in replying I haven’t been getting my messages. Probably my own fault.

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