Sunday, September 30, 2012

Nectresse Sweetener

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Nectresse™ Sweetener for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
It is definitely no secret that I have a sweet tooth (I think pretty much all of us sisters have a sweet tooth!).  So when I heard about this all natural is the only 100% natural sweetener made from fruit - monk fruit extract, I knew I needed to try it out!  I have never been a fan of the other sweeteners out there.  But this was different.  Let me explain...
Peach season was here...I ordered a huge case of peaches.  A favorite treat of mine is cut up a few peaches and sprinkle with sugar and enjoy!  This time I tried NECTRESSE™Sweetener.

I was nervous that I would taste an after taste or that I wouldn't enjoy my bowl of peaches like normal.  Not the case!!  I couldn't tell a tasted great!!  PLUS, I didn't need to use as much as I normally would with sugar.
I love the testimonial from NECTRESSE™Sweetener spokesperson Lisa Ling...due to a family history of diabetes she was always cautious about her sugar intake and relied on no calorie sweeteners to satisfy her sweet tooth - but she didn't like any as much as NECTRESSE™Sweetener!  Here is her video
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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Green Hair

I don't know about you guys...but when we think about our summer childhood, the one thing we all remember is GREEN HAIR!!!
Being blondies + spending a lot of the summer in the pool = green hair

Now I have kids of my own and this summer was the first summer I remember looking at my daughters hair one day and thinking, hmmm her hair is looking a tad green!
What did I do???
I did what I remember doing to my own hair when I was younger...


I gave her a regular bath...washing and conditioning like normal.
After I got her out of the tub, I brought her to the sink and just poured a little bit of lemon juice onto her ends (where the green is intensified).  Maybe 2 tbsp or so is all I used.  I rubbed my fingers through it and then rinsed it under the water so her hair wouldn't have an overwhelming lemon scent to it.  That was it!!


Voila...easy solution for the green haired girls now that summer is coming to an end!!

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