Melani Nel, a committee member at Baby Hope House, and her daughter, Caitlyn, organised a fun morning of sheer indulgence that permitted the ladies a free facial and make-over with hot drinks and delicious cakes.
The pampering took place at Amway in Pinetown, Saturday 1st November, where we supported Lynne Pieterse and Sonia Swinton, both founders of Baby Hope House, who are now part of the Amway family. If you are already using Amway products and desire to support a good cause and or have not yet experienced the products then please get in touch with Lynne on 072-7748549 / 072-3749563 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I had only before heard of the name “Amway” – short for “American Way” – and wasn’t familiar with their products until now. Google has since informed that it’s “a legal pyramid scheme…” and all on the scheme appear to win.
The extensive Artistry range of products were used and included: eye & lip make-up remover, cleanser, a rich masque for deep cleansing, renewing peel, alpha hydroxy serum to lift, smooth and firm skin and Crème LX – the first cosmetic product to contain Cardiolipin, “a rare and unique lipid for restoring healthier looking skin.”
After the facial my skin had never felt as smooth nor appeared as radiant, which almost made me opt out of the make-over. Again, Artistry make-up products were used by a qualified make-up artist, and all were impressed with the results.
A couple of “before and after” to follow with Claire and Jenny…