Welcome To A New Year At Rapture Organic Salon
We are excited about 2017, my Aunt Jill said it best…
“The Best Is Yet To Come!” Lets keep that in mind when we take care of ourselves and others.
Winter is here and dry skin and hair seem to go hand in hand. If your feeling the dryness in your hair or experiencing a dry itchy scalp we recommend our
“So Pure Moisturizer" with Olive Oil and Shea Butter emollients to restore the natural hydration and shine of the hair and scalp.
Try our “Plant Life” Moisturizing Body Oils your skin is wrapped with moisture.
Formulated especially for soft and silky skin using rich plant oils that quickly absorb and leave a light aroma on the skin.
Plant Life Body Oils are specially formulated to lock in the skin’s natural moisture. May be used daily in the shower while the skin is still wet and the pores are open. Rub a small amount between the palms Mention this email and receive $5.00 off your Plant Life Body Oilof your hands and apply to the skin. You don’t need very much to keep your skin supple. Pat dry. May be used daily after your bath or shower and the dry skin will disappear! Carry some with you for those extra dry areas on the feet and elbows!
The “Shag” haircut has been modernized and is back!
While the “Shag" may always be associated with the ‘70s,the 2017 upgrade hits just below the collar bone with face-framing layers and long, split bangs.The Shag owes its resurgence to the decade’s current impact on fashion, and is a great transitional cut for a grown-out lob (the layered bob). “I think we’re seeing more and more of a late 70’s influence in fashion,”Terry says he has observed.
Lets Talk Health.
It’s a subject we all tend to focus a little more on at the beginning of the year rather than the end of the year. Rapture Salon will be going to step up our news letter each month to focus on health news that we can share with you.The health segment of the newsletter will be titled:
Whole Health News
Quote: A healthy attitude is contagious but don’t wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier.
— Tom Stoppard
Is Your Vitamin C Fake Or Real?
A powerful anti-oxidant, vitamin C is a water-soluble nutrient that is needed for numerous biological functions including:
Tissue growth and repair
Strength of capillary walls
Formation of collagen ( Skin Care )
Healing of wounds
Vitamin C is probably best known for its ability to shorten the duration and severity of the common cold.
The problem is that most vitamin C is not really vitamin C at all. It is ascorbic acid, a lab synthesized version not found anywhere in nature, which is only one part (the outer layer) of the complete vitamin C complex.
According to the Health Economist, consumption of isolated ascorbic acid is not a good idea on a regular basis. Some evidence suggests that large doses may lead to imbalances and deficiencies in the flavonoids (vitamin P), a powerful family of over 6,000 antioxidants that have a symbiotic working relationship with vitamin C – each increasing the other’s effect. The imbalance may also interfere with collagen production.
Another wake up call about ascorbic acid – it is synthesized from corn syrup. If you take a supplement with ascorbic acid, you guessed it, you are likely consuming a supplement with GMO origins (unless the corn was certified organic) without even knowing it!
Look for a good whole food source of Vitamin C like “ The Garden Of Life” supplement or get it in the fruit you eat or drink for the best source.
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