The Winner is…
Thanks to everyone who entered the Skintervention Guide giveaway. It’s time to announce the winner…
Congratulations to Lorry Houston! You won the Skintervention Guide + online support and bonus resources (a $37 value).
More about The Skintervention Guide
The Skintervention Guide a digital ebook by Liz Wolfe on solutions for acne, eczema and other skin, hair and body care issues from a holistic approach. Wolfe’s book is the most comprehensive holistic skin care guide I’ve ever read.
Wolfe debunks common myths about problem skin and hair (including acne, eczema, keratosis, body odor, cellulite, limp hair and much more). In addition, she addresses acne, nutrition and so much more than I ever expected in an easy-to-read guide.
The book is filled with more than 200 pages of thorough nutrition, digestion and skin care information as well as recipes, online support, lifetime book updates and bonus guides.
Exclusive Discount for Don’t Mess with Mama Readers
Don’t Mess with Mama readers can enjoy 33% off the Skintervention Guide – just click on this coupon link. This coupon valid for US orders only and cannot be used with any other coupon or discount. This coupon is good for 3 DAYS ONLY – expires on June 24.
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