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Reviewed by Copley February 8, 2010 2 Comments
Dear Reader,

If your upcoming Valentine's weekend doesn't include the man (or woman) of your dreams and a candlelit dinner, how does this alternate scenario sound? You prepare a warm bubble bath, let your worries melt away, and do something special for yourself - like start a new beauty regime. We'd like to make that fantasy come true with a couple of products made to pamper you. Leave a comment under this post and the following two treats could be yours:

Aroma-Sothys Energizing Bath Essences Tablets


Transform a boring bath into a revitalizing at-home spa with Sothys Energizing Bath Essences Tablets ($26). Made of 100% natural essential oils, these effervescent pebbles play tricks with your senses. As their tonic powers infuse the bath water, your skin, smell, and overall well-being will soak in the benefits. Afterward, emerge from your bath energized and invigorated. If bath time is a refuge reserved for relaxation and you want a downer instead of an upper, see our Valentine's gift guide for a more calming option.

LashFood Eyelash Conditioning Stimulator


Longer lashes have been a bottomless beauty craving for the past two years. While in 2008 we condensed the vast eyelash growth product landscape into a Five Best, last month we sorted through the all of the options for lash lovers- from stimulators to conditioners. On that list is LashFood ($129), a natural nourishing treatment that promises thicker, stronger, and healthier lashes in just two to four weeks. The unique prostaglandin-free formula features biotin (an essential vitamin), arginine (an amino acid), and herbal extracts. As confirmed in our reader's review with photographic documentation, LashFood does condition and repair the brittle damage wrought by mascara and lash extensions. Whether it will promote visible growth in your lashes is in the eye of the beholder.

Tell us why your eyelashes could use a natural boost and why your body wouldn't mind some TLC. We'll pick a winner from the comments at random on Tuesday. Please be willing to share the love and send in a review of your prize. If you're not a winner this time around, console yourself with these chocolate beauties.

xoxo,  TIA

Ingredients in LashFood:

Water, Arginine, Biotin, Trehalose, Niacinamide, Panthenol, Citric Acid, Polysorbate 80, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Acorus Calamus Root Extract, Artemisia Princeps Leaf Extract, Portulaca Oleracea Extract, Polygonum Multiflorum Root Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra Root Extract, Angelica Gigas Root Extract, Ephedra Sinica Extract, Sophora Angustifolia Extract, Arctium Lappa Seed Extract, Thuja Orientalis Extract, Lycium Chinense Fruit Extract, Ginkgo Biloba Leaf Extract, Paeonia Suffruticosa Root Extract, Carthamus Tinctirius Flower Extract, Betillia Stritata Root Extract, Rheum Undulatum Extract (root/stalk/stem), Placenta Protein, Erythritol, Carbomer, Copper Tripeptide 1

Key Ingredients in Sothys Energizing Bath Pebbles:

Complex of energizing essential oils (eucalyptus, cardamome, neroli, nutmeg, red thyme).
  • February 10, 2010

    by Jackie

    Longer lashes has always been a battle for me!
    As I grow older I swear my lashes have gone on vacation! Despite taking care of them and treating them with kid gloves they refuse to grow
    and just fade into the back round. I have not found a mascara or treatment that has helped..
    I could use a treatment that would help and finally have the lashes that I feel I should have with all of this work I put into them!!
    Ps- Love the fact that its natural.

    Thanks :)

  • February 8, 2010

    by Angela

    My lashes need a boost so I can bat them around and maybe get lucky and not spend Valentine's Day alone!

    Seriously, I would love to try the Lash Food because I've begun wearing mascara again - Dr. Hauschka Volumizing - and even though it's natural, yadda yadda, it still makes my lashes feel dry and brittle. I would love to try a natural product that would give me great lashes and perhaps even make it possible for me to forego mascara altogether.

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