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One Minute Manicure (Original Formula)
I have always struggled with dry, itchy, sometimes cracked skin on my hands. Over the years I have tried many lotions but I've never seen such immediate (and enjoyable) results as I have with the "One Minute Manicure".
The "One Minute Manicure" comes in a jar and is a mixture of essential oils and dead sea salts and other natural goodies that the skin loves to be treated with. It exfoliates, moisturizes and provides an aromatherapy session all in one minute.
After you wash your hands you scoop a small amount of this sticky and grainy substance onto your hands and massage for at least one minute. Then you rinse off the grainy stuff and pat your hands dry. A coating of essential oils remains on your hands. This is then worked in by massaging your hands together as if you just applied hand lotion. The One Minute Manicure makes your hands smell amazing and leaves behind the softest skin you've ever had. I love this stuff. I was so skeptical when I tried it. But I had these two dry calloused areas on my baby knuckles and after a few days I noticed a considerable improvement that didn't seem to be resolving with my regular lotion.
The One Minute Manicure is a bit pricey but you only need a dime-sized amount for it to be effective. It is available in the regular 13oz jar and stocking stuffer sizes. Get a jar for your best friend and a jar for yourself!! Or you can keep a jar next to your bathroom sink and another next to your kitchen sink. This mini miracle in a jar is truly amazing and I walked around all day smelling my hands.
The One Minute Manicure is available in multiple flavors from Amazon.com
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