In the spirit of Mother’s Day, Garnier® Whole Blends™ continue to remind us of our unique beauty.
Being a mother often leaves me doing very little for myself and in turn my self-confidence has suffered a little over time because I felt like I had “let myself go” so to speak. I spent the last 10 years of my life raising my children and at first finding the balance of caring for them and caring for myself wasn’t easy. When babies are brand new you want to do everything you can to make them comfortable as they go through their growing pains and such and as they get older it is easy to continue down that path where you completely lose yourself in them. A few years ago I started realizing that I simply wasn’t even trying to take care of myself anymore and started putting forth effort to look and feel beautiful again. I found that instead of hiding behind the camera and only taking pictures of my children I started to get “in the picture” more and more. The thing is, I had lost my self-confidence and I didn’t even know it because it started out from a place of love. At some point you need to remind yourself of how important it is to take the time take care of your body and in turn be in the picture to have your memories last a lifetime. One of the areas of my beauty routine that I always need a little extra help with is my hair. I can have a full on glam look going on and then not know what to do with my hair. The Garnier® Whole Blends™ Hydrating line with Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk extracts has me feeling super confident about my hair because it is super hydrating and adds a fantastic scent and shine. Lately I have been REALLY enjoying hair masks and the Garnier® Whole Blends™ Hydrating Mask is perfection. It feels like a heavier conditioner and it smells like the summer with the coconut and vanilla mixture. This mask really quenches and softens my dehydrated hair and it feels so good for a few days afterward. I can see myself going through several tubs of this stuff. The Garnier® Whole Blends™ line is paraben-free and gentle enough for everyday use. The entire line is enriched with ingredients that give back. Their Argan, Coconut Oil and Cocoa Butter ingredients are purchased fairly and sustainably to support local farmers & communities! Not only are the ingredients responsibly made but so is the packaging. The containers are made of recyclable PET plastic with 30% Post-Consumer Recycled waste, they are produced in a facility committed to sustainability and reducing its waste and water consumption per unit by approximately 58% and 47% respectively, since 2005. Garnier® also partnered with TerraCycle® to keep beauty products out of landfills. I am very impressed with how much good they are doing with this line that I feel even more beautiful and confident choosing them.
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