Body Sense

Spring 2013

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body shop C o m p i le d b y h a n n a h le v y Teatulia Black Tea Teatulia's single-garden teas are sustainably and naturally farmed, and come directly from the first USDA-certified organic garden in Bangladesh. This black tea, derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, is fully oxidized, giving it a bold flavor, and contains about half the amount of caffeine in a cup of coffee. Teatulia tea is available in teabags for prices ranging from $4.99 to $44, or in 2-ounce loose-leaf amounts for $14.29 at Refine Clay Renewal Treatment Designed and developed by Irie Star to detoxify and smooth skin while evening skin tone, the base of this mask is rhassoul clay. Mined in Morocco, the clay is rich in calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Other key ingredients include licorice to reduce sun damage, willow bark to exfoliate skin, and cranberry seed and red raspberry to provide vitamin E. This treatment is available as a 2-ounce jar for $26.75 at 314-802-7687 or Energy Healing T-Shirt Hands Turned On introduces a line of T-shirts that teaches and promotes energy healing. Each shirt design features hand prints to guide healing, a theme phrase, and a custom hangtag that describes the healing concept of the shirt. The 100-percent cotton shirts are available in a variety of colors, and in men's and women's sizes from small through extra-large. These shirts can be ordered for $28 at 888-816-7309 or Shea Radiance The spa line from Shea Radiance has creams, oils, and scrubs containing eco-friendly ingredients, including baobab oil, Kalahari melon oil, marula oil, pure shea butter, and vitamin E. The key ingredient in the line, shea butter, comes from sustainable farming methods, and the company supports and trains all-female cooperatives in West Africa. The natural and sustainably packaged products are available for $18–$34 at 410-309-5960 or 2 Body Sense

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