Gratitude and New Ideas

Dear Clients and Friends,

I so miss seeing all your wonderful faces!!

Thank you so much for your support these last weeks, it’s truly meant the world to me.

I’m now offering consultations via Zoom, email, phone or Face time to help tide you over till we’re back.

With your file on hand, I can coach you, inspire you if you’ve fallen off your home care, answer questions, or just talk.

Plus I’ve got ideas for custom Home Facial Kits, that can include anything we decide on and a small bottle of professional enzyme peel, a special treat just for now.

Jakare’s April special is 20% off their Vit C Collection plus new Fruit Enzyme Mist option.  The wild plum Kakadu has the highest concentration of vitamin C found in any plant/fruit – 100 times that of an orange. I can’t wait to try this, you know how I love mists!

www.jakare.com/on-sale-now/

I love their new Enzyme Masque, too, and think it would be great to add to your Home Kit, perhaps in a smaller amount to try.

Image Skincare has reformulated their popular Daily Hydrating SPF30. They’ve added blue light protection (computer, and device screens) from a pea extract and the new aroma is lighter. The organic Zinc Oxide is now 21%, and certified by Ecocert to be reef-safe and non-nano. Though the consistency isn’t as emollient, I really like it and the added benefits are more important.

New Daily Defense Lip Enhancer combines 11% Zinc Oxide protection plus plumping moisture.

Image has been awesome with support, with free drop shipping to my MN clients, on minimum orders of $50. That continues through April, along with 15% off Prevention+ and Vital C products.

The MN board that governs our licenses and facilities is working with the Walz administration to establish how we’ll safely reopen.

The current date is Monday May 4. I’m guessing we’ll be working wearing masks and gloves. Since our health care providers don’t yet have the supplies they need, that must come first. We still have much to do!

Finally, a week ago on Good Friday, I heard an interview with an Army War Vet/Chaplain at Mt Sinai hospital in New York. I share the link here because it bolstered and reassured me to know people like him are there. I hope it might offer you that, too.

https://www.npr.org/2020/04/10/831480517/chaplain-tries-to-comfort-families-as-covid-19-patients-die-alone

You’re all in our thoughts. Milla and I look forward to seeing you again,

My Best Always,

Marguerite

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