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A Foxylish Party is perfect for any occasion allowing you to not only give each of them a luxurious treat yet also to create a more valuable experience and memorable event that will help your 'party' be more prepared and more relaxed, for their big day. We afford you the ability to provide a 24 hour spa service at the location of your clients choosing. Foxlish helps you to build value with your cl
ients as we put them first; working around their busy schedules. Our confidential services allow you to give your clients the opportunity to have all the luxury and pampering of a Day Spa in the comfort of their own locations with the exclusivity of specialized, professional, private services. You will be rewarding your clients; offering to save them time and money in conjunction with our 'on location' spa services, when you plan their fun Foxylish event. Foxylish uses products that are on the cutting edge of science and anti-aging. With over 30 years of combined expertise our doctors confidentally work in a very private clinical setting; whilst our make-up artists and estheticians bring their experience in the entertainment industry; affording you the assurity of confidentiality and trust expected of us with your most exclusive clients. Foxylish maintains the highest standards which is the reason we chose you to become a trusted partner with us. We would be honored to have Foxylish professionals provide your clients with the luxuries and relaxation they deserve on their special days. We look forward to being your choice for beauty and spa service at your next events; trusting us with your friends, family and your valued clients. As the president of Foxylish I am always available to make sure you look your best; call me directly if you ever have any questions about how to plan your Foxylish event. There is always a reason to look amazing... remember to book us as an accoutrement to your exciting parties and events and with our weekly specials we make it fun for you or your clients to call you to book a Foxylish party! We know you will LOVE Foxylish for your next event, and remember we also provide these additionally beneficial extras:
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♡ Foxylish uses products that are on the cutting edge of science and anti-aging. ♡
♡ Over 30 years combined expertise, our doctors confidentially work in a very private clinical setting, and our estheticians bring their experience in the entertainment industry; affording you the guarantee of confidentiality and trust expected of us with your most exclusive and important people ♡
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9 Surprising Facts About Sunscreen
Do you depend on sunscreen for skin protection? Millions of Americans do, but they shouldn’t. Melanoma rates are increasing. The consensus among scientists is that sunscreens alone cannot reverse this trend. Yet a good sunscreen can play role in preventing sunburns that are a major risk factor for melanoma – provided you use it correctly.
1. FDA’s sunscreen rules have changed but products haven’t improved.
The federal Food and Drug Administration put new sunscreen rules into effect last December, but they have had little impact on the sunscreen market and could actually make things worse for consumers. FDA’s rules allow most sunscreens to claim they offer “broad spectrum” skin protection and also that they can reduce skin cancer risk. However, EWG’s assessment of 750 beach and sport sunscreens on the market this year spotted significant problems. Read more.
2. There’s no proof that sunscreens prevent most skin cancer.
Rates of melanoma – the most deadly form of skin cancer – have tripled over the past 35 years. Most scientists and public health agencies – including the FDA itself – have found very little evidence that sunscreen prevents most types of skin cancer. Read more.
3. Don’t be fooled by high SPF
High-SPF products tempt people to apply too little sunscreen and stay in the sun too long. The FDA has proposed prohibiting the sale of sunscreens with SPF values greater than 50+, calling higher SPF values “inherently misleading,” but it has not issued a regulation that carries the force of law. One in seven sunscreens advertises SPF values greater than 50+, so get the most bang for your hard-earned buck. Use EWG’s Sunscreen Guide to zero in on better products. Read more.
4. The common sunscreen additive vitamin A may speed development of skin cancer.
The sunscreen industry adds a form of vitamin A to nearly one-quarter of all sunscreens.
Retinyl palmitate is an anti-oxidant that slows skin aging. But federal studies indicate that it may speed the development of skin tumors and lesions when applied to skin in the presence of sunlight. EWG recommends that consumers avoid sunscreens, lip products and skin lotions containing vitamin A, often labeled “retinyl palmitate” or “retinol.”
5. European consumers can get better sunscreens.
European sunscreens offer superior protection from skin-damaging UVA rays. In Europe, sunscreen makers can formulate their products with any of seven chemicals that filter UVA rays. American manufacturers can use only three UVA-filtering ingredients. They have been waiting seven years for FDA approval to use Europe’s better filters. Until the FDA approves these ingredients and lifts restrictions on combining certain active ingredients, American consumers will be hard-pressed to find sunscreens with the strongest level of UVA protection. Read more.
6. Sunscreen does not protect skin from all types of sun damage.
The sun’s ultraviolet radiation generates free radicals that damage DNA and skin cells, accelerate skin aging and may cause skin cancer. American sunscreens can reduce these damages, but not as effectively as they prevent sunburn. Consumers can run into problems if they pick a sunscreen with poor UVA protection, apply too little or reapply it infrequently. The FDA should strengthen its regulations to ensure that sunscreens offer better protection from skin damage. Read more.
7. Some sunscreen ingredients disrupt hormones and cause skin allergies.
The ideal sunscreen would completely block UV rays that cause sunburn, immune suppression and damaging free radicals. It would remain effective on the skin for several hours. It would not form harmful ingredients when degraded by sunlight. It would smell and feel pleasant so that people would use more of it.
No sunscreen meets these goals. Americans must choose between “chemical” sunscreens, which have inferior stability, pe*****te the skin and may disrupt the body’s hormone system, and “mineral” sunscreens, made with zinc and titanium, often “micronized” or containing nano-particles.
8. Mineral sunscreens contain nano-particles.
Most zinc oxide and titanium dioxide-based sunscreens contain nano-particles a twentieth the width of a human hair. These help reduce or eliminate the chalky white tint that these minerals used to leave on the skin. Based on the available information, EWG gives a favorable rating to mineral sunscreens, but the FDA should restrict the use of unstable or UV-reactive forms of minerals that would lessen skin protection. Read more.
9. If you avoid sun, check your vitamin D levels.
Sunshine serves a critical function in the body that sunscreen appears to inhibit — producing vitamin D. The hormone is enormously important. It strengthens bones and the immune system and reduces the risk of breast, colon, kidney and ovarian cancers, and perhaps other disorders.
About one-fourth of Americans have borderline low levels of vitamin D, and 8 percent have a serious deficiency. Breast-fed infants, people with darker skin and people who have limited sun exposure are at greatest risk. Many people can’t or shouldn’t rely on the sun for vitamin D. Check with your doctor to see if you should get a vitamin D test or take seasonal or year-round supplements - From The Environmental Working Group
The sweetest gift we can give ourselves is laughing at our vanity. Foxylish LOVES women ( & men) in all flavors and spices.
Alisha was stunning for her wedding, just touching up before pictures. Congratulations Mr. And Mrs. Brian and Alisha Kulich
In Hawaii to do Alisha Grieser's makeup for her wedding... Thank you Brian and Alisha for choosing Foxylish!!!!! Xo
Is there lead in your lipstick? Double check that badboy. Here are a few offenders.
Many women say makes them feel beautiful and confident. But could it also be making them sick?
In a small study out last week, researchers asked a group of teenage girls to hand over their lipsticks and glosses and tested them for toxic metals, including lead and cadmium. Though metal content varied widely from brand to brand, they found that women who apply lipstick two to three times daily can ingest a significant amount—20 percent of the daily amount that's considered safe in drinking water or more—of aluminum, cadmium, chromium, and manganese. Depending on the lipstick, in some cases women who slathered it on (14 times a day or more) were meeting or surpassing the daily recommended exposure to chromium, aluminum, and manganese. Lead, a metal that humans should avoid exposure to entirely, was detected in 75 percent of the samples.
Some of these chemicals are nasty: Cadmium, for example, is a carcinogen that has been found in breast cancer biopsies and shown to cause cancer cells to multiply in lab experiments. Metals are often used in mineral dyes, which give lipstick its pigment, and are also often found in soil and groundwater. "Cadmium is a very common contaminant in soil," says Sharima Rasanayagam, a scientist at the Breast Cancer Fund. "What's concerning is that consumers don't know they're in the lipstick."
Sonya Lunder, a scientist at the Environmental Working Group, sees it as a two-part issue. "The first question is, can these products be safely used by everyone? And the second is, if they're just a contributor to this overall concern about metals and metal exposure, then what's best? How low can those levels go?" Lunder and others suggest that better disclosure, either from companies themselves or the government, would help consumers understand and limit their daily exposure.
Elevated lead levels in adults can lead to a host of health problems from miscarriages to seizures. Lead exposure among children can lead to permanent brain damage and, and as Kevin Drum investigated in Mother Jones' January/February issue, possibly even crime.
Lipsticks with traces of lead included one made by Burt's Bees, which is now owned by Clorox.
Studies have been finding lead in lipstick for years. The first major examination was in 2007 when the nonprofit Campaign for Safe Cosmetics tested a range of products and found lead in 61 percent of them, including Burt's Bees tinted chapstick. Burt's, which is owned by Clorox, trades on selling "truly natural products that have a positive effect on both you and the world you live in." (Burt's has a statement on its website from the 2007 study that says, "We are meeting directly with our suppliers to find ways to identify, minimize and even eliminate trace elements of lead from our natural mineral sources." The company didn't respond to Mother Jones's request for more information about what they had done to eliminate the lead since the 2007 study came out.)
The FDA has conducted two follow-up studies, one in 2009 and one in 2012. Both studies found much more lead, up to 7.19 parts per million, in the lipstick samples tested. Here are the top 20 lead-containing lipsticks from the FDA's 2012 review of 400 lipstick shades:
So shouldn't the FDA do a better job curbing lead and metal content in lipstick? In short, yes. Though the agency regulates how much of these substances can be in pigment, strangely, it hasn't specified how much metal overall is allowed in the tube of lipstick. And the FDA itself doesn't even test the dozens of dyes used in cosmetics or set the maximum amounts of metals in them; it outsourced that job years ago to the Cosmetic Ingredient Review, an organization established in 1976 by a cosmetics-industry-aligned trade and lobbying group. Over the years, the US has banned 22 chemicals outright. For comparison, the EU currently bans more than 1,300 chemicals.
Want to limit your heavy metal intake without giving up your lipstick? The FDA's 2012 test found less than one part per million of lead in Wet n' Wild, Bobbi Brown, and Shiseido brand lipsticks. The Environmental Working Group also has a database with information on cosmetic products and the risky ingredients that could be in them, and the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics has a list of its favorite products online as well. Maggie Severns is an online/editorial fellow at Mother Jones.
Happy Happy Friday! We hope you're bunny kisses are as sweet.
Did you know that has been linked to the death of coral reefs?
Common sunscreen ingredients awaken dormant viruses in the algae that keep corals alive, killing the algae and causing reefs to bleach, a new study says.
Happy 's Day to All You Beauties. Love, V&E
Make a Sweet 's Day . :)
The Earth day event in Manhattan Beach was a success. It was so fun face painting, and seeing the children's excitement. Thank you Goddess Garden. Everyone at the event loved the sunscreen! :)
Celebration and Concert 10-3:30pm Saturday. Come See Foxylish at the Beach! :)
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A Tip for a safe you can easily make yourself.
1/4 cup baking soda
1/4 cup cornstarch
5 tablespoons coconut oil
essential oils, optional
Mix the baking soda and cornstarch together in a bowl. Add the coconut oil. Mix well. You can also add essential oils for a more noticeable scent, but it’s not necessary.
Note: If it’s as cold in your house as it is in ours right now, you may need to warm the coconut oil up a bit first to make it soft enough to mix! I recommend doing that on the stove rather than the microwave. Or wait until after dinner and stick a bowl of coconut oil in the oven for a few minutes while it cools.
Store in a jar with a tight lid or transfer to an empty deodorant container.
Coconut oil’s melting point is just 76 degrees. The baking soda and cornstarch will give it a thicker consistency, but you may still want to keep it in the refrigerator during warmer months! By:Mandi Ehman
Foxylish is thrilled to announce a fabulous addition to our post facials. Goddess Garden Sunblock - Safe for Mom & Baby - Come find us this weened in Manhattan Beach, Ca. :)
Foxylish is getting excited about supporting VOICE, Saturday, April 27th for an Earth Day Celebration in Manhattan Beach, California. The purpose of VOICE is to educate and motivate individuals and organizations to work cooperatively toward creating a sustainable world by thinking globally while acting locally.
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Mothers Day is coming up! Check out our Mothers Day package, "Sparkle Spa Party." Give Mom a gift she'll brag about for years to come!
You can tell spring is here when Metropolitan Kitchen and Lounge opens up the roof! And it is happening this Friday with a lot of fun times, live music and more!
WE Salute You Boston!
So excited to be planning 's Day Specials with my marketing team. Thank you Rose & Shannon of EPA Entertainment! Great ideas... Mom's are going to be sooo thrilled about the limo & hotel packages!
Happy, Happy Easter! Erica is up making biscuits and gravy. We stayed up late wearing PureFX hydrogel masks and making easter baskets for the kittens. Sooo fun! Wishing you and your family a fantastic, peaceful holiday. xx Val
Congrats, Poull Brien, Winner of the Audience Award for his feature documentary film! An amazing screening from St. Anne's!!
Thank You Festival! A gorgeous, well planned event! Sending you lots of Foxylish Love!!
Foxylish rockin' the Annapolis Film Festival
We're here... YAY! So Excited to be a part of this amazing event at the Annapolis Film Festival. If you are in town come and see the shows... VIPs, Celebrities... Come join them, and feel like one while you walk among them with a super special offer on all the treatments from Foxylish that the Celebrities are getting.
Thank You PureFX For Supporting the Annapolis Film Festival with Foxylish!!
Thank You PureFX For Supporting the Annapolis Film Festival with Us!!!
Foxylish is happy to support the Annapolis Film Fest!!
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Foxylish is proud to be a sponsor for this amazing event and line up of Stars :D
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