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Your New Best Friend: Billion Dollar Brows Brow Buddy (via Sugar Social)

Billion Dollar Brows in Beverly Hills is at Star Brows now! Well, their products are – and I love, Love, LOVE them! I know you will too. ūüėČ

Your New Best Friend: Billion Dollar Brows Brow Buddy If there's one thing I've noticed since starting this beauty blog a year and a half ago, it's that there are a lot of really bad brows out there. I used to be one of those women walking around looking permanently surprised with a too-high arch. In high school, my brows were literally rectangular (I'm not even sure how I did that). That was the problem with shaping my own brows; no knowledge of my face shape led to a long-term disaster on my foreh … Read More

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“Conflict Is Growth Trying To Happen”

I’m reading a book called Receiving Love by Harville Hendrix, PH.D and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PH.D that I’m finding fascinating. I’m sharing it because I am an avid student of the connection between a healthy mind and a healthy body and I am a healing arts professional, working with hurting people every day.

We are social beings, we are in relationships, and we grow through intimate connections and interactions with one another. The ideas approached and discussed in this piece are only a small representation of the work of these two pioneering authors, I hope that¬†in explaining a few of the ideas in the book, I’ve¬†done their work justice.

The premise of this post is to reiterate the authors’ six steps toward realizing that the characteristics you despise most in others are clues to discovering your own ‚Äúlost self.‚ÄĚ

Didn’t¬†know that you had a ‚Äúlost self‚ÄĚ? We all do. Parts of our being and personality have had to be suppressed/disowned as we were growing up to be accepted and literally, to survive.

Before you begin, make a list of the annoying traits of your spouse ‚Äď or if you‚Äôre single, those found in a significant other ‚Äď that irritate you most.

1. Acknowledge that your partner or loved one has traits that activate ‚Äúyour energy‚ÄĚ (you become irritated, angry, impatient, etc.) and that you are personally connected to these traits in some way.

They are a mirror of the things you have rejected in yourself. What you make up about them, project on them, and invest energy in, is also true of you.

The book‚Äôs authors say that ‚ÄúBelow your level of self-awareness or self concept you are the things you judge in others.‚ÄĚ

The more you try to protect yourself from yourself, the more your projections will seem to bear no resemblance to your self, and the more you will tell your self that you are not like that in any way.

Example: All your brother ever talks about is himself and what he wants. You see him as selfish and self-centered.

Now, you on the other hand, are totally ‚Äúother‚ÄĚ focused. The last thing you would want is for someone to think you are self-centered. People always tell you what a good listener you are, how giving, and how kindly you treat people.

One possibility of why this trait in him is irritating to you is that you don‚Äôt feel very important, maybe you would like to be ‚Äúselfish,‚ÄĚ or maybe, like all of us to some degree, you really are.

When you were growing up, your family was very poor and you started chipping in on household bills when you got your first job at 15. On top of living in relative poverty, your dad was sick a lot, so there needed to be a lot of attention and energy spent tending to him.

Can you see why you had to become ‚Äúselfless‚ÄĚ in order to survive? How you would resent your brother for ‚Äúputting himself first‚ÄĚ? Children need to be a priority to parents. Their needs are important. The adults should not be relying on their children for support, emotionally or financially ‚Äď in a perfect world.

2. Ask yourself how these traits help your significant “other” function or survive.

All behavior is an attempt to control something, or get something done. No one does anything that doesn’t help them survive. What positive purpose are these behaviors serving?

Example: When your brother was little, your dad (who was also sick), always told him how stupid and worthless he was.

Now, to compensate, he needs to tell himself and others all the good things about himself.

He went the opposite way you did in response to not getting the appropriate love, attention, and focus in his childhood.

3. Develop compassion when the person does things you don’t like.

When you give, you get back. Every time you take a different attitude toward the thing that irritates or annoys you most, you change your attitude toward yourself. Compassion comes from understanding.

Example: When you hear your brother go off about how great he is, you understand that this is an attempt to balance the scales of his own deep self-loathing and neediness.

Now you can begin to go easier on yourself when you have feelings of unimportance.

4. Ask yourself how you are like the traits you dislike.

Assume that the traits you dislike in another or that are unsettling to you are behaviors you needed to get rid of or hide at one point for security in your important primary relationships.

What can you learn about your missing self?

Ask the other person, if possible, what he or she wishes you had more of.

What purpose could these “missing”¬†traits be serving in you? What do you get out of NOT being like that?

Example: You can see why you had to adopt a giving, sacrificial way to survive, right? Your needs unfortunately had to be subjugated to those of your family.

But, it is important that you recognize that you do have needs and that they are valid ‚Äď and important.

We can also see how this adaptive response has served you: Who doesn‚Äôt like someone who always puts them first?¬†You can feel good, humble, self-sacrificing ‚Äď even godly ‚Äď when you give. But, in reality,¬†as the giver,¬†you’re the one in control (a place of perceived power). You decide who, what, when, and where to give. The receiver is never the one in charge (a place of perceived weakness).¬†This is the way you maintain a measure of control, while outwardly assenting to allow the other person‚Äôs needs to take precedence over your own.

It may be helpful to look at your relationship to both giving and receiving, as they are equally important and need to be in balance in any meaningful relationship.

5. Adopt more of the person’s disliked traits in a constructive way.

Stop judging and condemning the traits you see in the other person, and see their value in perhaps a modified way.

End the exile of your missing self, and integrate it back into your conscious self. Stop demonizing these aspects in the other person, and make them your own.

Every trait, characteristic, or quality is a double-edged sword. How can you use the positive edge of the blade for the good of yourself and the other person?

Example: You can now view your brother through the softer lens of understanding and compassion. Not that it is healthy for him to keep those behaviors, but that is his work ‚Äď not yours.

How can you learn to integrate the same acceptance toward yourself and your own inherent neediness?

6. Plan how you can attain the goals you’re trying to achieve by exercising the disliked traits in a more constructive way.

How can you broaden your behavioral repertoire? Sometimes simply noticing, or recognizing that you want to integrate more of a particular quality will be enough. But, other times, you must intentionally plan a program with goals and schedules.

Example: You may spend a couple of minutes each day making a list of how you are feeling and what you need. You might tell someone close one thing you need each day and request that they help you achieve it. Maybe you create a list of affirmations about how important you are, how you have needs that are valid Рand at times take precedence over the needs or desires of others. Practice receiving. Dare to say no to someone else and yes to yourself today!

When the ‚Äúother‚ÄĚ behaves in ways that cause you the most anxiety, you can greet the negative feelings with the countervailing thought that now you can begin to make positive changes.

You will move from hatred to understanding to empathy to active reintegration.

If you feel you need a professional helping hand to better understand and apply these concepts to your own life, Andrea & Bob Kamm have a practice in SLO called The Relationship Institute, where they offer training with Imago Relationships International, an organization founded by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt.

See you at the spa!

Hempz Body Lotion – December Product Feature 2010

I came up with the Product Feature for this month because it makes a great gift ‚Äď and you get spa service dollars for yourself! Men and women alike love this lotion. Among beauty professionals, it is the biggest selling body lotion on the market to date.

Introducing Hempz Body Lotion: this herbal body moisturizer is enriched with 100% Pure Organic Hemp Seed Oil and blended with natural extracts to provide dramatic skin hydration and nourishment to help improve the health and condition of skin.

Hemp seed oil is one of nature’s richest sources of essential fatty acids and key amino acids, containing natural proteins, vitamins, antioxidants, and minerals vital for healthy skin conditioning.

I’ve carried Hempz Original Lotion for many years; you are guaranteed to love it. 17 oz. pump $23

At Christmas I also carry the stocking-stuffer size, it’s darling and oh so purse-sized.;) 2.5 oz. $4.50

If you’re new to¬†Star Brows, you may not know about The Product Feature or¬†Rewards yet. To put it simply, 10% of all of your product purchases go toward free

Service Enhancements , like Raindrop Therapy, Deep Muscle Work, Chemical Peels, or Star Massage.

When the product is the Monthly Feature, you’ll get a whopping 20% back in Rewards! This month’s feature, Hempz Body Lotion, is $23 – that means $5 toward a free service Enhancement.¬†Hurry though, supplies are limited.

See you at the spa!

More Bang for Your Beauty Buck: A Lesson from a Compassionate Vet

I’d like to tell you a tale of two veterinary clinics, because the experiences gave me some great ah-hah moments for my practice, seen through a consumer’s eyes.

We have a kitty at our house who had a near-death¬†experience¬†with a car, so we have been seeing¬†veterinarians and spending boo-koo bucks. Because we have three cats and they are a priority at my house (mostly my¬†husband’s), we¬†normally¬†do spend money taking care of them, using the best litter, food, etc. But the accident that caused this bout of vet visits required extra fundage.

The first vet’s office we went to was like a typical medical doctor’s office: very clinical, lots of forms to fill out, extended waiting time spent in the lobby, then on to the treatment room with a very¬†brief visit from the doctor. The¬†experience¬†was somewhat cold and clinical.

Our kitty was out of sight the whole time at the first office we went to. ¬†(Who knows what they were doing to her?) When the doctor¬†finally¬†came in, he appeared aloof — and, my husband thought, ¬†condescending — and he spent maybe five minutes with us. ¬†After some more waiting, his assistant came in and went over the “super bill” which was padded with plenty of extras.

We left feeling ripped-off. The only plus was that our kitty got some pain meds out of the deal.

So, we found another vet. The office was a little shabby, there was some waiting, but the¬†differences¬†were remarkable! The veterinary assistant was authentic and personable — she related to our kitty really well and to us, too. The doc was amazing — probably in his 60’s — and very casual. He spent a ton of time with us, told us funny stories, petted our kitty, brain-stormed about what could be done for her, and worked on her with us there in the room so we could comfort her and be a part of it all.

We still spent more money than we might have liked, but we felt it was¬†totally¬†worth it. Our cat, Lucy, ¬†feels so much better now! I know he cared about our pet and about us and wanted to be a part of the care of our family’s kitty.

I want to be like the second vet. His name is Leon Thiessen and he is the owner of the Santa Maria Animal Hospital.

My office is nothing fancy. ¬†Once in a while you may even have to wait a bit. But when you visit Star Brows, I hope you feel the same way I did when I went to pay my bill at the second office. Professional services are not cheap, but if you feel you’ve gotten your money’s worth — and even more — they’re worth it!

See you at the  spa!

Absorb Daytime Oil Control by Tu’el

Introducing Absorb by Tu’el. It’s an oil-controlling serum that hydrates too!

Some of you may remember Skincare 101 at Star Brows; there is both oil and water in the skin, so skin can be very oily (lots of sebaceous gland activity) and still very dry.

The key to large-pored, oily skin is to control oil, while keeping the moisture content (pH) balanced.

Many oil-control and acne products dry the skin out to the point that it gets even oilier as the skin tries to compensate for the dehydration because it can’t produce more water.

Directions for use:

Apply two pumps to your face, eye area, and neck, and  smooth it in. Absorb has sodium hyaluronate in it, so like Hy-Drate, it holds 1,000 times its weight in water. Always use Absorb instead of Hy-Drate in the morning if you have oily or acne skin.

Combination skin types can also benefit from Absorb, like primer it provides a more long lasting, less shiny look to makeup.

What’s in it?

Purified Water, Propylene Glycol, Burnet Extract, Cinnamon Extract, Ginger Extract, Sodium PCA, SodiumHyaluronate, Polyquaternim 10, Dimethicone Copolyol, Green Tea Extract, Dipotassium Glycyrrhycinate, Polysorbate 20, Phenoxyethanol, Potassium Sorbate. 1 oz. $57

See you at the spa!

Billion Dollar Brows at Star Brows!

My first California brow design was done at Billion Dollar Brows (BDB) in Beverly Hills. This is the company that helped inspire me to take my passion for perfect brows and make it a business!

They contacted me the other day and sent their whole product line for me to sample! Generous, huh? I love to shop for you, finding the perfect products at the best prices.

It was great timing because I have been looking for the right brow and lash conditioner with a growth stimulant.

Brow Boost –¬†Get thick, full brows & lashes. This¬†deep conditioning treatment is designed to help strengthen and¬†condition¬†thin, over-tweezed brows.

‚ÄĘ Natural formula with no scary side effects: prostaglandin free.

‚ÄĘ So effective, you will see visibly fuller brows in as little as 30 days.

‚ÄĘ A natural anti-aging solution: Fuller eyebrows create a more youthful look, without any risk or worry.

‚ÄĘ Lab tested safe for eyes and skin: passed USA & EU regulations.

‚ÄĘ With over five years on the market, Brow Boost is proven to work. Loyal customers swear by Brow Boost‚Äôs ability to thicken and condition their brows and lashes — and love its affordable,reasonable price too! $20

‚ÄĘ Frame your face perfectly with full, thick brows. Brow Boost helps balance out uneven brows, putting your facial features back into focus.

‚ÄĘ Pencil thin brows are so ‚Äúout.‚ÄĚ Brow Boost will help you say goodbye to thin brows and update your ‚Äúlook‚ÄĚ with fuller, healthier, more defined brows.

‚ÄĘ It‚Äôs so easy to use! Comes with a convenient brush-on applicator, just apply Brow Boost to your brows at night and leave it alone. The natural formula dries instantly, in a matter of weeks your brows will begin to transform!

What’s in it?

Water, Propylene Glycol, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, Polysorbate 60, Squalane, Allantoin, Xanthan Gum, Methylparaben, Serenoa Serrulata Fruit Extract, Propylparaben, Triethanolamine, Diazolidinyl Urea, Laminaria Digitata Extract, Pelvetia Canaliculata Extract.

I bought BDB’s Brow Duo Highlighter when I visited them a couple of years ago. ¬†Two in One! Highlighter & Concealer allow you to highlight your brow bone to add gorgeous definition and warmth. Works with any skin tone.¬†Plus, for those on-the-go touch-ups, a handy universal concealer to the opposite end of the pencil. $18

What’s in it?

Jojoba Oil Seed Oil, Castor Seed Oil, Oleyl Stearate, Glyceryl, Monoriciroleate, Beeswax, Candelilla Wax, Microcry Stalline Wax, Lanalin Oil, Propyl ‚Äď Paraben, Citric Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Glyceryl Oleate, Lecithin, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Tocopherol, Iron Oxide,Titanium Dioxide.

Brow Gel –¬†Hold & Control! Billion Dollar Brow’s Brow Gel will lock in your look, giving your eyebrows a long-lasting, radiant glow while keeping them perfectly in place all day. It‚Äôs the perfect finishing touch for giving your brows a polished, perfectly manicured look.
Plus, it never flakes. This clear Brow Gel is made from the highest quality ingredients, ensuring that you won’t ever have crusty, flaky brows!$12

What’s in it?

Water, Carbomer, Propylene Glycol, Triethanolamine, Chamomilla Flower Extract, Glycerin, VP/VA Copolymer, Alcohol Denat., Tetrasodium EDTA, Propylparaben, Methylparaben, Diazolidinyl Urea

Brow Powder –¬†Goes on smooth and natural, giving your brows a brilliant sheen of color. Every shade has been rigorously tested to ensure absolute quality and color accuracy. Available at Star Brows in Taupe, Blond and Light Brown. $16

What’s in it?

Talc, Zinc Stearate, Boron Nitride, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Mineral Oil, Methicone, Methylparaben, Propylparaben. May contain: Titanium Dioxide, Ultramarine, Iron Oxides.

Universal Brow Pencil РNo more guessing games, formulated to work with all skin tones and hair colors. This amazing pencil goes on smooth and natural. Perfect for creating beautiful, natural brows for when you are on-the-go. $15

What’s in it?

Jojoba Oil Seed Oil, Castor ¬†Seed Oil, Oleyl Stearate, Glyceryl, Monoriciroleate, Beeswax, Candelilla Wax, Microcry Stalline Wax, Lanalin Oil, Propyl‚Äď Paraben, Citric Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Glyceryl Oleate, Lecithin, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Tocopherol, Iron Oxide,Titanium Dioxide.

Brow Brush РApplies and blends brow powder to perfection. Two tools in one! The brush’s specialy designed bristles allow you to create a clean, soft line that precisely defines your brows. Blend the powder with the attached brush to create a perfectly defined arch.

Comprised of a blend of sythetic and natural fibers, this Brow Brush helps you groom your brows for a flawless finish. $15


See you at the spa!

Beauty On The Cheap! Part 3

In Beauty On The Cheap! Part 1: Straighten Up, we talked about how sitting, standing, and walking straight strengthens and beautifies. Beauty On The Cheap! Part 2: Put A Smile On Your Face talks about how smiling and laughing makes us more beautiful inside and out.

This installment of how to be more¬†beautiful¬†without having to spend a dime, is about giving. Giving is, in my¬†opinion, one of the most important elements of “being beautiful” that I can think of. ¬†How, you ask, can giving make you more beautiful? I know, and you probably do too, but I’ve never tried to explain it. Let’s get right down to it: Real beauty¬†emanates¬†from the heart.

When you’re giving, aren’t you happy? We are wired to receive unadulterated pleasure when we give. So why don’t we give more? Some do. They’re called Philanthropists.

You’ve seen the hideous attempts at sustaining youthful, physical beauty as Father Time marches on into the 40s, 50s and so on? I find this a rather sad,¬†misguided¬†effort to be happy. Does an eye lift, tummy tuck, lipo to the thighs or nose job really make someone happier? Maybe in the short-term, but the discontentment within that drove the person to such measures will reappear, it’s just a matter of time. The message the culture gives is that beauty is only skin deep – but we all know that’s not true.

I am in the beauty¬†business after all, but it’s really just a front for the real¬†business¬†of¬†¬†caring for people, and helping them¬†realize¬†their true beauty within. Sounds¬†corny? Maybe, but it is a way I can give – and it brings me¬†immense¬†pleasure.

When we are young we posses natural beauty: our skin is taut, gravity hasn’t pulled any body parts down, ūüėČ we have a full head of “colored” hair, and you know the rest. Well, after the bloom begins to fade, inner beauty begins to shine more and more brightly. We become wiser, our hearts have healed, virtue is strengthened, and¬†hopefully¬†we have learned to give – not just of our excess, but¬†sacrificially…till it hurts sometimes.

I¬†guess¬†2 Corinthians 9:7 says it best: “Each one must do just as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a¬†cheerful giver.” That verse combines part 2 of this series (smiling and laughing) with today’s topic of giving!

Now if you are under 30-something, don’t think you’re going to get by on good looks alone! Your beauty too depends on the quality of your heart, and your ability to both give and receive love.

There are, as you know, MANY ways to give: yielding¬†to another driver, holding back a well deserved rebuke when you’ve been offended, calling or visiting someone who is alone, being kind to those who serve you – like the grocery clerk! – ¬†helping the poor among us, volunteering at a shelter, or promoting a cause and raising global awareness about an issue like Water – which is today’s topic.

I was inspired by Jeanne, a friend of mine who is a professional writer, to do a post about the issue of Water, as October 15th 2010 is Blog Action Day and this year’s theme is Water. Did you know that less than 1% of the world’s water is drinkable? We¬†actually flush our toilets with drinkable water – ever thought of that? There is a big monster behind a curtain for us as Americans, we can’t (or don’t choose to) see the impending crisis of our diminishing water supply – but I digress.

My connection with the theme of international awareness being brought to the issue of Water is three-fold:

Our oldest daughter Valery and her husband Jonathan are expecting their first child, and our first grandchild – they will name him Carter – from¬†Ethiopia. Part of the inspiration to adopt a child from this country came from their association with My¬†Dad has a vineyard and¬†Winery in Paso, and we live in wine country, so there’s lots of interest in wine. Not to mention that we live minutes away from one of the largest bodies of water in the world, The Pacific Ocean, and daughter Angela is studying at San Jose State to be a mechanical engineer specializing in the¬†desalination of salt water.

Speaking of water – I need to remind “us” that we would not be as beautiful as we are if we didn’t have plenty of clean water to drink, cook, clean – and even wash our faces with. You know, you’ve seen the pictures of those unfortunate people without enough clean water. We assume these¬†resources¬†will always be there, but for millions they already aren’t – and who knows what the future holds for us?

Maybe Star Brows will host a Wine For Wells event! Their¬†mission is to provide clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene education to those in need around the world.¬†Hosting an event is part of their¬†business¬†model. I’ll keep you posted. And remember: “Faut souffrir pour √™tre belle.” “One must¬†suffer to be beautiful.”


See you at the spa!

Travel Packs by Tu’el

Travel Packs

This is the perfect travel companion, as well as a great way to try Tu’el. ¬†It includes the A.M. (Gel or Milk Cleanser) and P.M. (Cleansing Oil and Herbalizer) cleansing systems as well our beloved

Hy-Drate in 1 oz. bottles.

Note: I refill these convenient travel sizes with my larger sized products to take to the gym.

Packaged for Dry, Combination, Oily, Impure and Dry-Reactive skin types as¬†determined¬†by your pore size (don’t count the nose!):

Vitamin Line
Dry Skin

This skin type is primarily characterized by small pores, is not product sensitive, lacks the ability to produce sebaceous oil and easily becomes dehydrated. It may have underlying congestion and may also be flaky. The Vitamin Family hydrates the skin, stimulates sebaceous oil production and seals in moisture. The moderately rich Vitamin Cream, Vitamin Essential Oil and the rich creamy Vitamin Hydrating Mask, adds needed nutrients to the skin, completing the cleansing system for treatments in the spa and for home care.

Azulene Line
Combination and Oily Skin

This skin type shows two different textures covering 1/3 to 1/2 of the face, and appears to have medium to large pores. It may be congested and dehydrated due to improper home care. It needs balancing of oil production without dehydration. The Azulene Family balances sebaceous oil production, hydrates and calms. For those with combination and oily skin and are also product-reactive, Azulene is a suitable ingredient for calming. Special ingredients in the Azulene Essential Oil and the Balancing Clay Mask complete the line.

Purifying Line
Impure Skin

Impure skin can be dry, combination or oily, and any age with visible and constant breakouts. Many times this skin is extremely dehydrated and irritated due to improper care or harsh ingredients. Home care and professional treatments along with diet counseling are an absolute necessity. The Purifying Family acts as a germicide to target impurities while keeping skin feeling and looking great. The Purifying Clay Mask and Purifying Essential Oil complete the line and are additional solutions to treat impure skin.

Chamomile Line
Dry-Reactive Skin

This skin has some of the same properties as dry skin – small pores, possibly congested, easily dehydrated and irritated and also reacts to products. This is the client that says, “Everything I use makes me breakout.” The Chamomile Line calms while gently improving, maintaining and enhancing the skin. The active ingredients in Chamomile Essential Oil and Chamomile Cream continue to calm and soothe.

Regenerative Line
Mature Skin

Mature skin is dry, combination, oily or dry-reactive that has aged. Tanned skin at any age is considered mature. Mature skin with impurities will use the Purifying Line. The Regenerative Line stimulates cell production, hydrates, nourishes and firms. To use this line, first analyze the skin, choose the appropriate cleansing line and then add Herbalizer from the Regenerative Line. Special nutrients from the Regeneration Cream, Regenerative Firming Mask, Regenerative Essential Oil and Glorious Gold‚ĄĘ Eye & Lip Gel are perfect additions to treat aging skin.

See you at the spa!

Glorious Gold Eye and Lip Gel

Tu’el’s Glorious Gold‚ĄĘ Eye & Lip Gel by Eva’s Esthetics

This is a light fragrance-free gel that diminishes dark circles, improves circulation, moisturizes, and reduces wrinkles around the eyes and lips. The Bearberry, Licorice and Blackberry are natural lighteners, so you can also spot-treat your age or sun spots.

Glorious Gold is¬†formulated¬†for aging skin, I suggest Eye Plus if you are under 30. ūüėČ Which ever product you choose, you NEED to use¬†something¬†special for the delicate skin around the eyes.
I suggest Hy-Drate first (maybe instead of “underwear” we should call this a “foundational garment”) lol, apply this as close to the eye as you feel comfortable, then Glorious Gold or Eye Plus Lotion.
What’s in it?
Purified Water, Glycerin, Arbutin, Wild Thyme Extract, Lupin Extract, Bearberry Extract, Blackberry Extract, Licorice Extract, Ginko Biloba Extract, Chamomile Extract, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Hyaluronic Acid, Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Polysorbate 20, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Propylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Potassium Sorbate. 1oz. $80
See you at the spa!