January 2, 2015

Comfort your skin with L'Occitane Light Comforting Cream and score a free sample!

I loves me some L'Occitane shea butter and while I use much of the line on a regular basis (especially during this cold winter weather), the Shea Ultra Rich Comforting Cream is just too rich and heavy for my combination skin - which is too bad because it still needs some extra moisture during these cold months! Luckily L'Occitane spends all of their spare time thinking of ways to make my life a better place and came up with:

L'Occitane Shea Light Comforting Cream - 50ml - $30 - with a sheer,  light formula perfect for my (normal to combination skin) containing 5% shea butter that offers 48hr hydration and protection - and super-score, it's not too rich or heavy for non-dry skin types!

And if you're the kind of person that likes to use a line's full range then there are great companion products to the Light Comforting Cream including the Cleansing Oil - 200ml - $26 - with a silky texture enriched with 5% shea oil that leaves skin perfectly cleansed, getting rid of impurities and even my waterproof mascara with no oily residue; and Gentle Toner - 200ml - $26 - complete the cleansing routine with a shea enriched toner that frees the skin of impurities - I love the fresh smell and the pump bottle which helps me not waste product!

All will be available this month as part of the permanent Shea range at L'Occitane boutiques across Canada and online at www.ca.loccitane.com.

Of course everyone thinks that our Beauty Crazed readers are special including L'Occitane who want our readers to have a chance to try out the Light Comforting Cream by offering them a deluxe 8ml sample. Starting January 5th until the end of January, just pop into your closest L'Occitane boutique anywhere in Canada and let them know you're a Beauty Crazed reader to score your free sample! Don't have a store near you? - you can still feel the love online - www.ca.loccitane.com - with the discount code - SHEAFACE - and they will send you one!

As an extra bonus, you will be happy to know that not only do L'Occitane shea products help your skin, but using them also helps the women of Burkina Faso who produce the shea butter through a fair trade partnership that contributes to the economic growth of the region and economic emancipation of the region's women.

- Lisamarie -

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