Five years ago when I opened my skin care practice, I had an account with an internationally respected skin care brand. It was a good product line, with a variety of cleansers, exfoliants, masks and moisturizers for all skin types. It was effective and I got results when I used these products during spa treatments.
However, a couple of years into my business ownership adventure I started to get bored with the products I was using. They still worked really well, but the packaging and scents were clinical (AKA a snoozefest), they could be purchased at many locations around town, and the price point was just high enough that it was a deterrent to people wanting to take a chance on an impulse buy. I needed to find a new addition to my product toolbox.
Along came Perfectly Posh. A esthetician friend of mine had started selling it, and I was drawn in by the fun packaging, clever names and moderate price point. This was a line that spoke to me, and because Posh also makes a wide array of body treatment products, all of the voids in my practice could be filled by opening just this one account.
And so I did! Two-and-a-half years later, I still find Perfectly Posh’s line to be effective, budget-friendly, and so much fun to use and sell in my skin care practice. My clients love the products and are thrilled to be able to use them at home too. Thank you, Posh!
Some of my current favorite Perfectly Posh products:
- Hot and Gold Mask
- Stripper Body Mud
- Sleepy Sleep Skin Stick
- Fresh Cream Milk Body Butter
- Honey Honey Body Creme
- Big Fat Yummy Hand Creme (any scent)
Andrea Lipomi is a licensed massage therapist, esthetician and nail tech in Las Vegas, NV. You can learn more about her practice at feetishspa.com.
I hope you enjoy this guest blog. Andrea and I are polar opposites in everything but the Posh sisterhood, and I love her dearly. Posh transcends the line that divide.
Bare It All micellar Tonic is my new best friend. Yes, it removes makeup, but I seldom wear face paint. So why do I love it so much?
First of all, look at the potpourri of herbal infusions packed into this baby! Lavender, sage, peppermint and chamomile. What a winning combo! The toner gives my face a squeaky clean feeling, tightens my pores, and evens out my coloring. What’s not to love?
Beyond that, look at its value. One bottle costs $20 and it lasts me over a year, which averages out to about a nickel a day. I consider that a pretty hefty savings. Posh aims at being value-driven and Posh lovers everywhere appreciate their devotion to tight budgets. Buy 5 and get 1 free, long-lasting and used in droplets…my pocketbook (and my husband) it.
Instructions on usage: I use little round cotton pads from the drugstore. I tip up the toner and pat four or five drops onto the cotton pad. Begin at the center and gently round outward on your face. Never rub hard, but just gently grace your skin with this lovely bouquet and let it do its work. If remnants of makeup color stain your little pad, go again. Apply a second moisturizer for the night and sweet dreams!
How do you get this fabulous elixir, you ask? Travel to my site at http://www.madaboutposh.com and click on SPECIALTY FACE. You’ll see the Bare It All toner in the fabulous array of products that complement your skincare regimen. If you love adventue, poke around the other collections and enjoy a host of great naturally-based wonders. I love to travel, but my pocketbook limits my forays to distant places. Thankfully, Posh does the footwork for me, collecting the best ingredients from around the world, putting together just the right recipe, and seeking out companies right here in the good old USA to make their products.
We tone up a lot of things, like muscles and printers. Why not our faces? Keep your skin young and healthy, so people exclaim, “What?!! You’re going on 70?!! No way!” I always sing the praises of my skin care routine.
The new Posh line releases this week…without me. (sigh) I love Posh. I love everything about Posh, except for missing conferences. Ann Dalton designed this conference with me in mind, I’m sure, because it promises to be right up my alley, it being held in Nashville and with me being a country girl and all.
I wanted to go. I mean, I really wanted to go. But alas, I admit it was simply not meant to be. The conference date this year got rescheduled from August to July, smack dab in the middle of summer church camps. Dutifully (sigh), I decided to keep my priorities straight. God first. Posh somewhere down the line. (sigh)
Summer camps became a summer thing for me more than 30 years ago. People always tell me to have fun when I get ready for a camp, and I must look at them with that strange, are you an alien from outer space and do understand my language kind of gaze that leaves us all feeling just a little unsettled. They do realize I’m not going as a camper, right? It’s not about me having fun; it’s about me pouring out myself in service for others. I find it fulfilling, not fun-filled.
Yet serving at youth camps does fill my soul. The friendships garnered over the years enriched my life beyond measure. They comforted me in an overwhelming way when Alma died, and I count those friends more precious than diamonds or dollars. The rich comradeship from working on projects that actually go off without a hitch, or well, with very few noticeable hitches, I find more valuable than a paycheck. And the moments I feel God smiling I count most precious of all. Like Paul, I count it all joy.
I’m camping this week, but you can bet I’m humming an old country love song in my heart. And I promise, no sighing!