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I am thrilled with Body Thrills

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A while back I did a post on Body Thrills, I ordered 2 products from them:

Ginger & Mustard Muscle Soak

 

and(actually I ordered the Cupcake Body Polish but for lack of a picture this is the substitute, anyway same container different sticker)

Here is my product review:

I wanted to eat the Body Polish!!! Seriously I almost tasted it, something that smells that delicious has to be edible!

It is a very enjoyable scrub and I recommend it to everyone.

My husband got spoiled with Ginger & Mustard Muscle Soak. He was so pleased with this product. It has a very refreshing smell, yet it is instantly relaxing.

My husband was all smiles and insisted that I buy another one before this is finished.

Because of the quality in both these products you use very little yet you get a lot of quality during use.

The service is also very friendly and fast, I have no complaints 🙂

So I would suggest to anyone and everyone to buy these products.

L&L

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Body Thrills for your sweet tooth

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As you all know I have an extreme sweet tooth. I would sell my soul for cake (Specially Black Forest)

But not only for cake, basically anything that contains real chocolate (dark Belgium). I believe firmly that if you put calories in at least make it worth it, so I go for the real thing.

So I discovered Body Thrills and I am so exited! I ordered so yummy products. Admittedly my first thought was; “Can you eat this?”

So without further delay I bought myself and hubby each a little something.

Cupcake Frosting Body Polish 

Firstly I would like to say that I know this is not the Cupcake Frosting Body Polish, but they did not have an image available so I went with another option.

Secondly this is the description:

MADE WITH: crushed vanilla pods, coconut, soy milk, shea butter and cocoa butter.
PERFECT FOR: satisfying a cupcake-craving without having to partake in any of the calories.

Drool!

Hubby is getting some loving with

Ginger & Mustard Muscle Soak

MADE WITH: mustard, ginger and peppermint.

PERFECT FOR: a hot soak to relieve tired, aching and over-worked muscles. If you’re a gym bunny/sportsman/athlete this Muscle Soak is ideal for you.

Think he will enjoy this.

Then there is this, I really love these.

I know a few lucky ladies whose birthdays are coming up and would adore these products.

Since all of these products are natural and preservative free I know all my health nut friends (and the not so nutty ones) will love them.

Divine Chocolate!

Lucky friend 🙂

In case you are now craving some sweetness go have a look at the site

www.bodythrills.co.za

I will inform you as soon as my products arrive!

L&L

All images are from the www.bodythrills.co.za website

Lavender love

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L&L

I would like to apologize I lost the links to these images. Some are from Etsy and other are from Weheartit.com

Less and more

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Found them on Etsy and just loved their products.

These would be super useful in my house.

CHOPSTICK HOLDER Big Lee

 

Cosmetic Organizer SCARLETT Wood Makeup Organizer Desk Makeup Holder

 

You can see more of their work here

L&L

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Spiced mulled wine

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Ingredients

Preparation method

  1. Place all of the ingredients into a saucepan and simmer gently for 6-8 minutes, without boiling.
  2. To serve, pour the mulled wine into heatproof glasses.
This sounds delightful!
I am so gonna try this asap.
L&L
Recipe is by Ainsley Harriot
Have a look at the original here:
Image via same link

Blackberry Lemonade

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Blackberry Lemonade

Yields about 2 quarts

6 cups water, divided
1 cup sugar
4 lemons
2 cups (1 pint) fresh blackberries

In a large saucepan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil with the sugar. Once completely dissolved, remove from heat and allow to cool.

Juice the lemons; this will yield about 1 cup of freshly squeezed juice. In a blender, combine lemon juice and blackberries and blend until pureed. Strain mixture and discard seeds.

In a pitcher, stir together sugar water, blackberry puree, and add 4 additional cups water. Refrigerate until cool or add ice cubes to individual glasses to drink sooner. Serve with a wedge of lemon.

Since spring has just arrived in South Africa, I think this will be my seasonal drink.

L&L

Image and recipe from The Pastry Affair