What does a fitness instructor spend her money on?
Sneakers, tank tops, shorts – yes, yes, yes.
And equipment. And this little baby is my new favourite thing! For tricep dips, ab work, high cardio step programmes, jumps, weights. Oh yes, the step enables it all!
Step it up!‘You look so fit, you are my inspiration’
Someone said these very words to me on Friday after a class I was in. I was hanging at the time, having done so many reps my arms were going to drop off, but it made my workout! Thanks lovely lady! See, it does pay off, all this hard work!
Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil
I’ve been taking this little addition to my regime for nearly two weeks now, and it’s bloomin’ ace!
The oil is an intensive cellular care product that provides a rich supply of Omega 7 (30-35%), vitamins E and A. It also contains the legendary SOD (superoxide dismutase), among other valuable nutrients, which makes this seabuckthorn berry oil an absolute must for any health and beauty routine.
Omega 7 is hailed as a special nutrient that may protect, replenish, moisten and restore the skin and mucus membranes that line the digestive and urogenital tracts. The synergistic effect of the above nutrients with hundreds of others, makes Sea Buckthorn berry oil a very effective beauty and age-defying product that is good for skin, gastrointestinal and urinary health, as well as hair and nails.
And I am feeling it – my hair, skin and general self feel well oiled and smooth. I add it to my tea, and it gives a little kick, which is most delicious! You can use it internally or externally. I’ve also been using the face serum, which has smoothed my skin out and feels glorious to put on!
All hail the Sea Buckthorn!
- Maximum Omega-7 for skin, hair and nail health
- Cell membrane nurturing
- Gastrointestinal and liver health
- Dental and gum health
- Healthy inﬂammation response
- For both internal and external use
- 100% USDA Certiﬁed Organic
- Super Critical Extract
- Kosher Certified
- Available in 0.45 fl. oz. (13.3ml) and 1.76 ﬂ. oz. (52ml)
Get yours here.
Claire Bolden McGill is a British expat who lived in Maryland for three years and moved back to the UK in August 2015. Claire wrote about her life as a British expat on the East Coast and now works in travel and hospitality PR in the UK. She still finds time to blog about her repatriation and the reverse culture shock that ensued – and she still hasn’t finished that novel, but she’s working on it. You can contact Claire via twitter on @clairebmcgill or via her blog From America to England.