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Watch Marta’s video blog for today talking about her favorite St. Ives Scrubs.
Marta’s video blog is featured on www.misslush.com
Products mentioned in Marta’s video blog:
St. Ives Apricot Scrub
St. Ives Elements Olive Scrub
St. Ives Elements Warming Scrub
St. Ives Elements Microdermabrasion Scrub
St. Ives Elements Olive Scrub is one of the best face scrubs sold in your local drugstore. Ever since I got it I’ve been using it everyday. I’m addicted to it, lol. It scrubs while extremely hydrates your skin, so it is never irritating! LOVE.
The facts about St. Ives Elements Olive Scrub: Olive Oil enriches this scrub to nourish while cleaning, exfoliating and conditioning, leaving skin smooth and moisturized. The all-natural gentle exfoliants and creamy formula contribute to re-energizing the skin to ensure a healthy look.
Additionally, the natural olive oil delivers moisture to otherwise parched skin. Ingredients: Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil is a natural fruit oil rich in omega fatty acids. Olive oil PEG-7 esters are derived from natural olive oil to deliver emolliency and moisturization. Jojoba esters are used to gently exfoliate dry and dead skin cells without rough abrasion.Olive leaf extract acts as a natural source of natural anti-oxidants that help stop damage-causing free radicals.
SRP: $6.99 for 5 oz. Available in March 2008 at drug, mass retailer and grocery store outlets nationwide.
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I even mentioned in my interview with Glamour Magazine St. Ives Apricot Scrub as one of the beauty products that have changed my life!
Today is a good day and I’m very excited! Talking Makeup and myself, Marta Walsh are featured in Glamour.com
Make sure to also check out Glamour Beauty section for other great stories!
Blogging Babes: Meet Marta of TalkingMakeup.com and BeautyInterviews.com
Photo Credit: Amber Rima McLinn Photography.
Usually, Marta Walsh, the sweet beauty addict behind the Talkingmakeup.com network of sites, does all the interviewing. In fact, two of her blogs, beautyinterviews.com and styleinterviews.com, are solely dedicated to that very thing. But I got this lady (pictured here with hair wizard Edward Tricomi) to agree to flip the tables here in Blogging-Babe-land and do some spillin’ of her own. Keep reading to find out all about her, her makeup tips and the one product she thinks every woman should own.
TGBD: Tell me how you got into makeup? Was it something you took to right away in your pre-teen years or did the love come later?
Marta: My love for makeup began in my early teens. My classmates use to wear black eyeliner and a lipgloss. I wasn’t allowed any makeup until I was 16, so I used to cheat now and then borrowing my big sister’s eyeliner and pretend I’m wearing real lip gloss with ChapStick. Growing up in Israel we didn’t have the variety of brands we have now, a lipstick from Revlon meant real luxury to me. Everything changed when I moved to New York City in my later teens, I felt like a kid in a candy shop. My obsession with trying every makeup and skincare brand just got bigger.