Behind the Scenes at the Pre-Golden Globes Gifting Suite 2016
Posted On Jan 11, 2016
With the Golden Globes comes the annual Golden Globes Gifting Suites. The ultimate event for vendors to get their products into the hands of big name celebrities. New You got to chat exclusively with some of the event’s health and beauty vendors.
Here is what we health and beauty secrets we discovered this past weekend:
Stephanie Shoe, owner and creator of “The Science of Eating” tells us how to eat healthy and love it with her numerous recipes and research. Go to her website for more tips and tricks.
LifeCell Skincare made an appearance and taught us about their all in one anti-aging treatment. As well as a handy eye cream, that has the same anti-aging ingredients but also comes with an applicator that gets rid of those puffy under eye circles.
Jewelry designer Cynthia Gale, talks about their newest sterling silver collection that was based on geometric patterns created in the 1920’s. Check out this collection here.
The Denman brush, made famous by Vidal Sassoon, really stopped the show with their Golden Globes special edition 24-carat golden dipped brush. Alex Alchimo hints that they might be giving away some of these gold brushes, go to their Facebook page to see if the rumors are true.
Oleavicin is an all natural medicine extracted from an olive leaf. For all your skin care woes such as dry itchy skin, rashes, cold sores and blemishes. Cindy Makela, the founder and inventor, tells us that she has recently noticed that it also helped her stubborn wrinkles. Score!
Brevena Skin Care also displayed some of their skin care magic. They promise soft, silky feet without using a pumice stone with their intensive Foot and Heel Balm. What makes this stuff better than the average is the vast medical experience behind the brand.
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