Well, I am still riding the BUS and I am happy to report I am still using my Pacifica coconut body wash and body butter. I am proud of myself for hanging in there. The body wash is about halfway finished and the tube of body butter is feeling lighter. I have to say the body butter is very good quality and my skin soaks it up.
There are a few products that I neglected to add to my list. I have two bathrooms upstairs. One has a shower and the other has a bathtub. In my bathroom with the tub, I have some lavender products I use to help me get ready for bed. First is Dr. Teal's Lavender Bubble Bath, next is Dr. Teal's Epson Salts in Lavender scent. It depends what my needs are as to which one I use for my nightly soak. Also have some EO hand soap in Lavender and then Vitamin C Revitalizing Face Wash by Avalon. I usually have no problem using up the Dr. Teal's products so saw no need to add them to the list. But I did get the EO lavender hand soap out of BUS.
Now on to new face products I am trying. In my bathtub I am trying Avalon Vitamin C Revitalizing face wash. All I can say right now is that I like the citrus smell and it removes make-up well. It does seem a bit harsh & drying to me. So afterward I moisturize with Aloe Soothing Day Cream by the Body Shop which has a cooling & soothing feeling that I enjoy. In the morning I take a shower and have been using Pacifica's Sea Foam face wash. It is a gel that smells like coconut milk and feels very gentle on my face. I've tried it at night before and it also removes make-up well and I only need a dab to get the job done. After using that I use Pacifica's Dreamy Youth day & night face cream which is light and absorbs well.
As for age & beauty, I recently came across an article about a beautiful 63-year old model named Cindy Joseph. In the interview I read on-line she said these encouraging words: "I do not accept my age — I celebrate it! I wear my wrinkles, silver
hair, and age spots as medals of honor. Life and beauty is all what you
make it. That is what attractiveness and aging gracefully is all about.
Enjoy it!" You can read the on-line article & see pictures by clicking here: Cindy Joseph