Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Judith Williams Body Butter

It's Winter, it's cold and we all love snuggling up and bundling our bodies up under layers of clothes! Cosy right? But what about our skin? Our bodies pretty much don't see the light of day and therefore the skin on our arms can become dry and bumpy and our legs dehydrated and scaly.

I discovered an amazing Body Butter by Judith Williams. Not heard of her... Well let me tell you this... Judith and her range are stunning and her products are available via her website or Qvcuk, which is where I discovered her.  Judith is very well known in Germany, her home country...She is a cosmetician, tv presenter , fashion designer and Opera singer!  She has her own laboratories and is the creater, face and brains behind this stunning brand.



Judith has quite a few different sub ranges within her repertoire and all are fabulous. It's just a case of finding what is best suited to you, your skin type & age. 

I needed a body butter as I was suffering from that horrible flaky, dry skin on my legs as you can see above, i came across this amazing Body Butter from her Life Long Beauty Range! Wow it is amazing!
This luxurious body butter is designed to help moisturise the skin, leaving arms and legs feeling soft, smooth and cared-for. This can transform even the most scaly dry skin ( mine ) into a soft, delicately perfumed gleaming healthy looking skin. 

Contain stunning Rose Oil from her own Rose fields in France this Body Butter is a joy to use. It is rich, creamy and beautiful! I am converted! Obviously if only one application can leave such a beautiful sheen and level of hydration you can only imagine how amazing the skin will look and feel after just a few days/weeks us! Fantastic value for such stunning ingredients. Available on qvcuk.com Life Long Beauty Body Butter
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