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Sibu Review and Giveaway

 My face has always been so important to me, I've never owned makeup of my own, made sure to wash regularly and avoided foods that caused reaction. So when looking into face products it can be daunting to find something that the ingredients aren't down right frightening. Sibu products are loaded with essential oils, shea butter and other great ingredients. Their main ingredient though is Sea Buckthorn Berry which people such as Dr.OZ have been in love with for years! They have even been awarded the safe cosmetics certification from PETA (we all know how hard that is.lol)

When I got this skin care system I was super excited to try it. My favorite product I think was the exfoliating scrub. Used twice a week it has really helped to remove the impurities from my skin and in nearly 3 weeks I have only once seen a blemish on my skin! these products also smell amazing, very much like citrus, which leaves my skin feeling refreshed.
 Sibu has so many great product that are not only for the skin, but work from the inside out to bring you a whole health body! While I have not tried any of the other products I hear amazing success stories on how wonderful these products have made people feel. Great new is you have the opportunity to win this great product! The makers of Sibu have offered up an amazing prize package to one of my readers so make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below :O) GOOD LUCK!
 a Rafflecopter giveaway

* received the products mentioned above in order to facilitate a review. All views expressed are that of my own and were in no way influenced.*

Comments

Grace Hodgin said…
I try and eat right and use sunscreen protection when outside
Anonymous said…
i eat right..and..exercise daily by chasing kids around lol
Unknown said…
I eat correctly, get some vitamin D with outside play time when I can :)
Tina said…
This looks like a great product, would love to try it! Right now I only use proactiv for blemishes but I notice it is starting to really dry out my cheeks, eek!
Sam Buck said…
I try to eat right and exercise to keep healthy!
Susan P. said…
I eat lots of fruits and veggies and drink a lot of water.
Melinda Dunne said…
Eat right and exercise
NenaS said…
I drink a lot of water, exercise and try to get my rest
Lorna England said…
I'm a huge water drinker!
Thanks for the giveaway!
MaryAnn Casey said…
I jog 5 days a week and cut down on junk food
Melanie Stewart said…
I drink tons of water, exercise, and eat healthy.
mediaworm said…
Eat healthy and walk 5-10 miles a night and do exercises throughout the day but I hardly ever eat sweets and never eat fried food
Unknown said…
I've been on Weight Watchers...also I'm germ-phobic, and wash my hands constantly!
Surendene J. said…
I drink a lot of water and exercise. Thanks for the great giveaway! :D surendene@gmail.com
Jennifer Haile said…
I eat lots of fruits and vegetables!
Anonymous said…
good food and as much sleep as possible
Unknown said…
I eat fruits, veggies and nuts and drink lots of water.
Anonymous said…
I've been exercising everyday!
Unknown said…
I try to eat as many vegies as I can.
walk and watch what i eat
JENNIFER HART said…
QUITE FRANKLY I AM NOT VERY HEALTHY , THAT IS WHY I AM ENTERING-THANKS!

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