Product Review- It Works Exfoliating Peel

 

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I’m so excited to announce that It Works just launched a brand new product that you are absolutely going to LOVE! It is an Exfoliating Peel for daily use that will boost your skin’s natural glow, get rid of age spots, make your skin super smooth and also has anti-aging effects. It Works introduced it’s newest product, Exfoliating Peel, at the Green Carpet in October 2014.   What an amazing facial care product!!  This product adds a new dimension to the already exciting skin care line. 

I know you’re ready to take it all off with our NEW Exfoliating Peel! Filled with naturally derived botanical and fruit extracts, the Exfoliating Peel helps the true you shine so read on for the details…

Get ready to take it all off with the Exfoliating Peel! Boost your skin’s natural renewal with a bounty of botanical and fruit extracts that strip away the dead skin cells, excess oil, and daily debris that clog your pores and age your face. Take it all off to reveal softer, smoother, healthier-looking skin and let the more youthful, luminous you shine!

  • Gently peels away excess oils, dead skin cells, and pore-clogging debris
  • Lessens the appearance of pores, fine lines, and wrinkles
  • Cleans and clears for a healthier complexion
  • Rejuvenates skin with a burst of refreshing botanical and fruit extracts
  • Leaves skin softer, smoother, and with a more youthful glow
  • Pair with Cleanser and Facial™ for the ultimate at-home spa experience

Product Highlights

  • The Exfoliating Peel uses microbeads to quicken the process of skin turn over. By rubbing these microbeads on the skin you’re helping to exfoliate and rid the body of old skin cells, allowing the new skin cells to surface faster than they would naturally.
  • These microbeads are encapsulated with aloe, a super healing nutrient for the skin. The process of exfoliation can sometimes cause irritation, but the presence of aloe helps to avoid that. Aloe is a natural anti-inflammatory. As the microbeads are rubbed around, aloe is released to sooth, calm, and hydrate the skin.
  • There are NO HARSH CHEMICALS! The contents of the Exfoliating Peel are derived from fruit and are botanically based active ingredients.
  • The peel takes it all off revealing healthier skin and a more natural healthier you!

It is so easy to use!! and once you try it you will want to use it everyday, even though your don’t need too!

  • Step 1: Start with the It Works cleanser. Wash skin and rinse thoroughly.
  • Step 2: Put 3-5 drops on finger tips
  • Step 3: Apply evenly to face
  • Step 4: Wait 10 minutes
  • Step 5: Rinse!
  • Step 6: Repeat 2x a week
  • Why cleanse first?
  • You want to start with a bare face

Can you follow up with any other product?

Follow up with a facial. While the facial works well by itself, the exfoliating peel preps the skin and takes the facial to a whole ‘notha level! It allows the skin to better absorb the facial ingredients.

How much is it?

Only $36 for Loyal Customers and Distributors! $60 for retail customers.

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When you visit my website check out the rest of our skin care products.  I have used them everyday for the last 5 years and love them!

This product will sell out SUPER FAST so hurry and order yours now before they are sold out!

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The elegant packaging makes it perfect for salons.  It will look beautiful on your shelves along with the rest of our skin care products!

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Interviews with Magnetic Authors-Lynette Crane

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Today I am talking with Lynette Crane about her new book, “The Confident Introvert”

Lynette, can you tell my readers what your book is about?
The subtitle to my book is “Gain the skills to overcome shyness and low self-esteem.”  In the book, I cover such issues as the difference between  extroversion, introversion and shyness, the physiological differences, an operational definition of self-esteem and how to attain high self-esteem,  and a number of chapters on such topics as how to hold a conversation (“What do I say when…”), how to get rid of self-criticism, learn to use feedback and instead of criticism, and a blueprint for stress-free risk-taking.

I also talk about typologies – clusters of individual differences – so readers can get a broader view of different types of people, how they function and why they function that way.   So often shy people feel threatened by a)others, without realizing that a)other people are necessarily being threatening, and b) shy people can threaten and intimidate others without realizing it.

On all of these topics, I pride myself on avoiding the obvious, instead delving into the actual steps and conversations important to increasing confidence.

What is the inspiration behind the book or what compelled you to write it?

My book is the result of my personal journey as a shy introvert, during which I not only suffered from being socially “invisible” but also noted that the greatest recognition and success don’t necessarily go to the most talented or to the smartest, but to those who are able to make themselves “visible” – and valuable – to others.

The greatest trigger was my divorce , during which I realized I had settled for a toxic relationship on the grounds that I wasn’t capable of attracting anything better. In fact, I realized that quiet people are often the brunt of bullying.

In 1983, I developed a program for myself to become socially visible and successful and then started a class on “The Psychology of Shyness and Self-esteem” at City College of San Francisco. I was one to two steps ahead of the students as we went through that first class!

The Confident Introvert,  is essentially the written version of that class.

Of course, having written it, I have a ton of new ideas which will have to wait for volume 2, or perhaps another title.

How long did it take you to write it?  Did you hit obstacles along the way?

I worked on it over 12 years.  Obstacles included a cross-country move, caretaking of two disabled adults and a health crisis of my own.  The final obstacle was convincing myself  that what I knew was valuable to a lot of other people.  I’m now astonished and gratified to find how many people, of all ages, descriptions, and career types, are helped by my book.

I am finding with more an more authors, that it takes them years to write.  My book took me nine and 5-10 years is not uncommon.

Who is your audience?
I’m still learning who is my audience!

I wrote it for college students, but I’m getting rave reviews from people such as a friend, a retired Air Force colonel in Special Services who has read it three times, and sold or given copies to everyone he meets, including his therapist at the VA and a friend who is a retired Supreme Court Justice. The therapist at the VA has ordered copies for members of a support group she conducts!

I have also given a talk, “The Invisible Student”,  for teachers attending Education Minnesota 2014

At this time, I am doing training based on this book for lawyers, who are often quietly brilliant but unskilled at making the social connections that will move their careers and their businesses forward.

Negotiations are under way with several law schools to provide training for their soon-to-graduate students.

Extroverts tell me that they feel very enlightened about people with whom they deal.  These extroverts have included an expert in job transitions and the leader of a support group for people with cancer.

Tell my readers a little about yourself
Whew!  I’ve already said a lot, and the preface and introduction to my book tell more.

However, here goes:

I was a ballet dancer for 20 years, doing leading roles in such ballets as Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty.  That’s how I know that many performers are shy and introverted: we do well in a structured situation where we are in charge and cannot be interrupted.  It is the spontaneity of daily social interaction that is difficult for us.

I went to college at age 27 and got a B.A. (Stanford) and M.A. (University of California at Riverside)  in psychology, then taught at City College of San Francisco for 27 years.

I was a very popular teacher; my classes filled and there were waiting lists.  I even created two new classes (very new at that time): The Psychology of Stress and  finally The Psychology of Shyness & Self-Esteem. What I didn’t recognize was that teaching was just another case of performing, and that I was still ill-at-ease when meeting people outside those structured situations.

It all came to a head with my divorce, when I realized to my horror that I was afraid to leave a life-suffocating relationship because I was convinced  I could never get another one.  I also came to realize how lack of confidence can lead to the selection of the wrong partner.  In my case, I chose an outgoing, strong, protective male who was only protective so long as I was weak.  When I spread my wings a little, he was threatened and became an attacker (psychologically).

So one of my goals is to help people gain the social confidence to be alone and to seek and draw to them only those people who are loving and supportive.

I have that now, so I must have learned quite a lot over the years.

Where can people purchase your book?

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The print book and e-book are available at Amazon
The print book and e-book is also available at Barnes & Noble

Thank you Lynette for sharing about your book and your process in writing it.  I know it will be helpful to a lot of people!! 

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