Thursday, May 6, 2010

Giveaway and Info: Yoplait Greek Yogurt "Nourish Your Inner Goddess" Gift Pack

I don't know about you, but Greek Yogurt is one of my favorite treats... and in the past it has really been a treat as I've had to go to special grocery stores to find it (organic, the local PCC co-op grocer, etc) and I am so excited to hear that Yoplait is bringing it's own Greek Yogurt to grocery stores in four great flavors: Strawberry, Blueberry, Honey Vanilla and Plain.

I haven't been able to pick any up at my local grocer YET, but I check for it every time I go to the store! Greek yogurt seems thicker to me, and usually has a more refined flavor - lol - by that, to me, it is less sugary-sweet, and more flavorful. It also seems creamier than normal yogurts.

According to Yoplait's website:
Dig into something divinely thick and creamy. Yoplait Greek has double the protein than the leading yogurt and 0% fat in every serving. Plus it’s the only leading brand of Greek yogurt with vitamins A and D in every cup. Get your spoons ready and choose from four delicious flavors!
At my son's last doctor's visit, he told me that Vitamin D is especially important to supplement for those of us who live here in the Seattle area as we don't get enough from the sun even during summer!!! So... I've been looking for ways to increase my family's Vitamin D, and this is a great way.
From Yoplait via MyBlogSpark: With 12 grams of protein -- twice that found in leading yogurts-- new Yoplait Greek nourishes from the inside out. Available in four delicious flavors, Strawberry, Blueberry, Honey Vanilla and Plain, the brand´s newest offering has a unique thick and creamy texture with the unmatched taste expected of Yoplait.

To celebrate its new Greek yogurt and to encourage women to nourish their inner goddess, Yoplait has teamed up with actress Izabella Miko, who plays Greek Goddess Athena in the epic adventure new Warner Bros. Pictures´ and Legendary Pictures´ film "Clash of the Titans," in theatres April 2 in 3D.

You can also visit
http://bricks.coupons.com/bstart.asp?o=62092&ci=1&c=GM&p=aI8UZzdb to download a coupon* and save $0.30 on one cup of new Yoplait Greek today!



One of my lucky readers will win a "Nourish Your Inner Goddess" gift pack courtesy of Yoplait via MyBlogSpark. *This coupon offer for a free cup of Yoplait Greek yogurt is not valid in some states, including California, Idaho, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, and Tennessee.



Want to win? Here's how!

1. Leave a comment and tell me which of the flavors you would most like to try! (1 entry)

1.5 For extra bonus daily entries, share a creative way you like to pamper yourself - bonus points for easy spa type recipes or treats (5 bonus entries per day, must be a different recipe)

2. Post a link to the giveaway on your blog and/or Facebook and report it here (1 entry)

3. Become a follower (link is on the right hand sidebar) and leave a comment here (or "remind" me you are already a follower so I know you want to be included in this giveaway) (1 entry)

The drawing will be held May 15th. Winner: I will send you an email, please reply with your address so I can forward it to the wonderful people at MyBlogSpark!

This giveaway is open to residents within the United States, no PO Boxes.

~ Wendi

Yoplait was very generous and provided me with a gift pack and information through MyBlogSpark, and they are allowing me to host a giveaway for one additional gift pack to a reader!

169 Comments:

DCMetroreader said...

I would like to try the Honey Vanilla (actually I've already tried it & it is delish!).

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DCMetroreader said...

I am a follower

DCMetroreader said...

One way I like to pamper myself is to throw rose petals or orange/lemon peels in my bath. It smells great and is very refreshing!

DCMetroreader said...

I sometimes like to make a homemade oatmeal scrub -- equal part old fashioned rolled oats and honey. It really cleans the face & smells terrific too!

Kaye said...

Wendi, just popping in to say hi and Happy Mother's Day.

Enid Wilson said...

I love yoplait! Happy Mother's Day.

Steamy Darcy

Amber said...

I would most like to try blueberry and I am a follower!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Amber said...

I follow your blog with google friend connect!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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cstironkat said...

I would like the Strawberry flavor.

cstironkat said...

One of my favorite ways to pamper myself is to take a chilled glass of dessert wine or raspberry port and eat a few pieces of dark Lindt chocolate with it. It is so good and relaxing especially if you are reading an engaging book.

cstironkat said...

#2 One of my favorite ways to pamper myself is to take a chilled glass of dessert wine or raspberry port and eat a few pieces of dark Lindt chocolate with it. It is so good and relaxing especially if you are reading an engaging book.

cstironkat said...

#3 One of my favorite ways to pamper myself is to take a chilled glass of dessert wine or raspberry port and eat a few pieces of dark Lindt chocolate with it. It is so good and relaxing especially if you are reading an engaging book.

cstironkat said...

#4 One of my favorite ways to pamper myself is to take a chilled glass of dessert wine or raspberry port and eat a few pieces of dark Lindt chocolate with it. It is so good and relaxing especially if you are reading an engaging book.

cstironkat said...

#5 One of my favorite ways to pamper myself is to take a chilled glass of dessert wine or raspberry port and eat a few pieces of dark Lindt chocolate with it. It is so good and relaxing especially if you are reading an engaging book.

slb3334 said...

I'd like to try the blueberry.

abfantom said...

My favorite Yoplait Greek yogurt flavor would be strawberry.

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abfantom said...

I follow via GFC

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nick said...

BLUEBERRY

Annette D said...

I would love the Strawberry!
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Annette D said...

I am following via Google Friend Connect
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Annette D said...

I pamper myself by drawing a nice hot bath with some wonderful floral scented bubble bath. I dim the lights ,light a few candles, turn on some soft music and then I soak my troubles away!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com
1

Annette D said...

I pamper myself by drawing a nice hot bath with some wonderful floral scented bubble bath. I dim the lights ,light a few candles, turn on some soft music and then I soak my troubles away!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com
2

Annette D said...

I pamper myself by drawing a nice hot bath with some wonderful floral scented bubble bath. I dim the lights ,light a few candles, turn on some soft music and then I soak my troubles away!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com
3

Annette D said...

I pamper myself by drawing a nice hot bath with some wonderful floral scented bubble bath. I dim the lights ,light a few candles, turn on some soft music and then I soak my troubles away!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com
4

Annette D said...

I pamper myself by drawing a nice hot bath with some wonderful floral scented bubble bath. I dim the lights ,light a few candles, turn on some soft music and then I soak my troubles away!
jedoggett@embarqmail.com
1

EDRing said...

I'm looking forward to trying the Honey Vanilla.

Ellen
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DCMetroreader said...

+5 entries

I like to make a brown sugar scrub to exfiolate the dead skin off my feet, elbows and knees.

1 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sweetened Almond Oil
1 tsp Vitamin E (I cut open a couple Vitamin E liquid gel caps)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Mix it all together and use immediately.

Anonymous said...

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I WOULD LIKE TO TRY THE HONEY VANILLA

Mommy 2 Bears said...

I'd like to try Honey Vanilla. Yum!

Mommy 2 Bears said...

Following with Google Friend.

Allie said...

I would like to try the honey vanilla!

Allie

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luckysunset said...

I would try the Honey Vanilla.

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cstironkat said...

Swimming pools and summer sun can leave my hair brittle so I use this homemade conditioner on it.

Brittle Hair Treatment
1/2 C Mayonnaise
Shampoo -- few drops
Lukewarm water

** For conditioning dry, brittle hair. Mix mayo with shampoo add enough lukewarm water to mix. Apply to hair after a regular shampoo. Leave on 10 minutes and then shampoo out.

cstironkat said...

#2 Swimming pools and summer sun can leave my hair brittle so I use this homemade conditioner on it.

Brittle Hair Treatment
1/2 C Mayonnaise
Shampoo -- few drops
Lukewarm water

** For conditioning dry, brittle hair. Mix mayo with shampoo add enough lukewarm water to mix. Apply to hair after a regular shampoo. Leave on 10 minutes and then shampoo out.

cstironkat said...

#3 Swimming pools and summer sun can leave my hair brittle so I use this homemade conditioner on it.

Brittle Hair Treatment
1/2 C Mayonnaise
Shampoo -- few drops
Lukewarm water

** For conditioning dry, brittle hair. Mix mayo with shampoo add enough lukewarm water to mix. Apply to hair after a regular shampoo. Leave on 10 minutes and then shampoo out.

cstironkat said...

#4 Swimming pools and summer sun can leave my hair brittle so I use this homemade conditioner on it.

Brittle Hair Treatment
1/2 C Mayonnaise
Shampoo -- few drops
Lukewarm water

** For conditioning dry, brittle hair. Mix mayo with shampoo add enough lukewarm water to mix. Apply to hair after a regular shampoo. Leave on 10 minutes and then shampoo out.

cstironkat said...

#5 Swimming pools and summer sun can leave my hair brittle so I use this homemade conditioner on it.

Brittle Hair Treatment
1/2 C Mayonnaise
Shampoo -- few drops
Lukewarm water

** For conditioning dry, brittle hair. Mix mayo with shampoo add enough lukewarm water to mix. Apply to hair after a regular shampoo. Leave on 10 minutes and then shampoo out.

leloni said...

I would love to try the blueberry...

llinda29 said...

I like blueberry

Meaghan F. said...

I'd love to try the Honey Vanilla.

Anonymous said...

Honey Vanilla would be my choice
Thanks Cathy Truman
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Danica D. said...

I would love to try the strawberry flavor.

nape said...

I'd love to try Yoplait's Blueberry flavor.

Thanks for another great giveaway!

nape said...

I follow your blog with Google Friend Connect.

Tracysweetangl said...

Strawberry

Tracysweetangl said...

follow on GFC

Sharon Harmon said...

That robe looks so comfy!
I'd like to try the Honey Vanilla! ;)
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idahomom said...

The Honey Vanilla would be great for my granola.

idahomom said...

I pamper with a hot bubble bath, glass of wine, and a good book. 1

idahomom said...

I pamper with a hot bubble bath, glass of wine, and a good book. 2

idahomom said...

I pamper with a hot bubble bath, glass of wine, and a good book. 3

idahomom said...

I pamper with a hot bubble bath, glass of wine, and a good book. 4

idahomom said...

I pamper with a hot bubble bath, glass of wine, and a good book. 5

idahomom said...

google friend follower

Nicole C. said...

I want to try the Strawberry.

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Nicole C. said...

I follow on gfc.

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mogrill said...

I would love to try the Honey Vanilla.
Thanks for the chance.
mogrill@comcast.net

cstironkat said...

Entry #1 This is aromatherapy as well as being good for your skin.
Chocolate Facial Mask

Excellent moisturizer that leaves skin baby soft.
Ingredients

1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder
3 Tablespoons Heavy Cream
2 teaspoons Cottage Cheese
¼ Cup Honey
3 teaspoons Oatmeal
Directions
Mix all ingredients together using a small blender then smooth onto face. Relax for ten 10 minutes, then wash
off with warm water.

cstironkat said...

Entry #2 This is aromatherapy as well as being good for your skin.
Chocolate Facial Mask

Excellent moisturizer that leaves skin baby soft.
Ingredients

1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder
3 Tablespoons Heavy Cream
2 teaspoons Cottage Cheese
¼ Cup Honey
3 teaspoons Oatmeal
Directions
Mix all ingredients together using a small blender then smooth onto face. Relax for ten 10 minutes, then wash
off with warm water.

cstironkat said...

Entry #3 This is aromatherapy as well as being good for your skin.
Chocolate Facial Mask

Excellent moisturizer that leaves skin baby soft.
Ingredients

1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder
3 Tablespoons Heavy Cream
2 teaspoons Cottage Cheese
¼ Cup Honey
3 teaspoons Oatmeal
Directions
Mix all ingredients together using a small blender then smooth onto face. Relax for ten 10 minutes, then wash
off with warm water.

cstironkat said...

Entry #4 This is aromatherapy as well as being good for your skin.
Chocolate Facial Mask

Excellent moisturizer that leaves skin baby soft.
Ingredients

1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder
3 Tablespoons Heavy Cream
2 teaspoons Cottage Cheese
¼ Cup Honey
3 teaspoons Oatmeal
Directions
Mix all ingredients together using a small blender then smooth onto face. Relax for ten 10 minutes, then wash
off with warm water.

cstironkat said...

Entry #5 This is aromatherapy as well as being good for your skin.
Chocolate Facial Mask

Excellent moisturizer that leaves skin baby soft.
Ingredients

1/3 Cup Cocoa Powder
3 Tablespoons Heavy Cream
2 teaspoons Cottage Cheese
¼ Cup Honey
3 teaspoons Oatmeal
Directions
Mix all ingredients together using a small blender then smooth onto face. Relax for ten 10 minutes, then wash
off with warm water.

cdziuba said...

Blueberry appeals to me. cdziuba@aol.com

cdziuba said...

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cdziuba said...

I posted your giveaway on my Facebook page carol p dziuba

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cdziuba said...

Here's a Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe my sister gave me for Christmas to use for a "Spa Day" at home:

Ingredients:

1 1/4 cup coarse or sea salt
1/4 cup sweet almond oil
2 or 3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix together ingredients. Soak feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes before using scrub to help with exfoliation. If desired, try warming the scrub in the microwave.

Apply scrub to feet, rubbing in a circular motion. Let the scrub remain on feet for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
entry 1

cdziuba said...

Here's a Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe my sister gave me for Christmas to use for a "Spa Day" at home:

Ingredients:

1 1/4 cup coarse or sea salt
1/4 cup sweet almond oil
2 or 3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix together ingredients. Soak feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes before using scrub to help with exfoliation. If desired, try warming the scrub in the microwave.

Apply scrub to feet, rubbing in a circular motion. Let the scrub remain on feet for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
entry 2

cdziuba said...

Here's a Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe my sister gave me for Christmas to use for a "Spa Day" at home:

Ingredients:

1 1/4 cup coarse or sea salt
1/4 cup sweet almond oil
2 or 3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix together ingredients. Soak feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes before using scrub to help with exfoliation. If desired, try warming the scrub in the microwave.

Apply scrub to feet, rubbing in a circular motion. Let the scrub remain on feet for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
entry 3

cdziuba said...

Here's a Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe my sister gave me for Christmas to use for a "Spa Day" at home:

Ingredients:

1 1/4 cup coarse or sea salt
1/4 cup sweet almond oil
2 or 3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix together ingredients. Soak feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes before using scrub to help with exfoliation. If desired, try warming the scrub in the microwave.

Apply scrub to feet, rubbing in a circular motion. Let the scrub remain on feet for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
entry 4

cdziuba said...

Here's a Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe my sister gave me for Christmas to use for a "Spa Day" at home:

Ingredients:

1 1/4 cup coarse or sea salt
1/4 cup sweet almond oil
2 or 3 drops peppermint essential oil

Mix together ingredients. Soak feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes before using scrub to help with exfoliation. If desired, try warming the scrub in the microwave.

Apply scrub to feet, rubbing in a circular motion. Let the scrub remain on feet for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
entry 5

DCMetroreader said...

Since everyone else is leaving the bonus things in extra entries I'll leave mine that way too. This is for my May 6th entry -- I'm posting this 4 more times.

I sometimes like to make a homemade oatmeal scrub -- equal part old fashioned rolled oats and honey. It really cleans the face & smells terrific too!

DCMetroreader said...

May 6th # 3
I sometimes like to make a homemade oatmeal scrub -- equal part old fashioned rolled oats and honey. It really cleans the face & smells terrific too!

DCMetroreader said...

May 6th # 4
I sometimes like to make a homemade oatmeal scrub -- equal part old fashioned rolled oats and honey. It really cleans the face & smells terrific too!

DCMetroreader said...

May 6th # 5
I sometimes like to make a homemade oatmeal scrub -- equal part old fashioned rolled oats and honey. It really cleans the face & smells terrific too!

DCMetroreader said...

May 11th # 2 entry
I like to make a brown sugar scrub to exfiolate the dead skin off my feet, elbows and knees.

1 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sweetened Almond Oil
1 tsp Vitamin E (I cut open a couple Vitamin E liquid gel caps)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Mix it all together and use immediately.

DCMetroreader said...

May 11 th # 3 entry

I like to make a brown sugar scrub to exfiolate the dead skin off my feet, elbows and knees.

1 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sweetened Almond Oil
1 tsp Vitamin E (I cut open a couple Vitamin E liquid gel caps)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Mix it all together and use immediately.

DCMetroreader said...

May 11th # 4 entry
I like to make a brown sugar scrub to exfiolate the dead skin off my feet, elbows and knees.

1 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sweetened Almond Oil
1 tsp Vitamin E (I cut open a couple Vitamin E liquid gel caps)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Mix it all together and use immediately.

DCMetroreader said...

May 11th # 5 entry
I like to make a brown sugar scrub to exfiolate the dead skin off my feet, elbows and knees.

1 Cup Brown Sugar
1/2 Cup Sweetened Almond Oil
1 tsp Vitamin E (I cut open a couple Vitamin E liquid gel caps)
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Mix it all together and use immediately.

DCMetroreader said...

Another homemade facial I like to do sometimes uses lemons & is great for oily skin.

Lemon Facial

Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one egg white beaten. Apply to face avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave on your face for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

DCMetroreader said...

Another homemade facial I like to do sometimes uses lemons & is great for oily skin.

Lemon Facial

Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one egg white beaten. Apply to face avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave on your face for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

DCMetroreader said...

Another homemade facial I like to do sometimes uses lemons & is great for oily skin.

Lemon Facial

Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one egg white beaten. Apply to face avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave on your face for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

DCMetroreader said...

Another homemade facial I like to do sometimes uses lemons & is great for oily skin.

Lemon Facial

Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one egg white beaten. Apply to face avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave on your face for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

DCMetroreader said...

Another homemade facial I like to do sometimes uses lemons & is great for oily skin.

Lemon Facial

Squeeze half a lemon and mix the juice with one egg white beaten. Apply to face avoiding the area around the eyes. Leave on your face for about 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

flychild7 said...

I would like to try the strawberry
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flychild7 said...

one creative way I pamper myself is drive around and listen to all my favorite music at full blast on the radio. It completely relaxes me!

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flychild7 said...

follow on google friend connect
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cstironkat said...

entry #1 Spa recipe
Petal Soft Face Scrub

• Quarter size amount of facial cleanser (baby wash works great!)
• 1 drop of rose essential oil
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
Apply to wet face in gentle, circular motion, paying attention to nose, forehead and chin while avoiding sensitive eye area. Rinse with warm water. Apply your favorite moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

entry #2 Spa recipe
Petal Soft Face Scrub

• Quarter size amount of facial cleanser (baby wash works great!)
• 1 drop of rose essential oil
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
Apply to wet face in gentle, circular motion, paying attention to nose, forehead and chin while avoiding sensitive eye area. Rinse with warm water. Apply your favorite moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

entry #3 Spa recipe
Petal Soft Face Scrub

• Quarter size amount of facial cleanser (baby wash works great!)
• 1 drop of rose essential oil
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
Apply to wet face in gentle, circular motion, paying attention to nose, forehead and chin while avoiding sensitive eye area. Rinse with warm water. Apply your favorite moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

entry #4 Spa recipe
Petal Soft Face Scrub

• Quarter size amount of facial cleanser (baby wash works great!)
• 1 drop of rose essential oil
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
Apply to wet face in gentle, circular motion, paying attention to nose, forehead and chin while avoiding sensitive eye area. Rinse with warm water. Apply your favorite moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

entry #5 Spa recipe
Petal Soft Face Scrub

• Quarter size amount of facial cleanser (baby wash works great!)
• 1 drop of rose essential oil
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
Apply to wet face in gentle, circular motion, paying attention to nose, forehead and chin while avoiding sensitive eye area. Rinse with warm water. Apply your favorite moisturizer.

Smooshy said...

i want to try strawberry!

see above said...

The Honey Vanilla sounds as though it would be fan-freakin-tastic! Great giveaway, thanks!

Katie R. said...

I want to try the strawberry.

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DCMetroreader said...

This is a great conditioner I like to make.
Tropical Conditioner
Peel and smash one avocado into a paste. Place into a bowl. Add coconut milk and mix together until smooth. Keep the texture as thick as shampoo. Comb thru hair and let it stay on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out.

DCMetroreader said...

#2
Tropical Conditioner
Peel and smash one avocado into a paste. Place into a bowl. Add coconut milk and mix together until smooth. Keep the texture as thick as shampoo. Comb thru hair and let it stay on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out.

DCMetroreader said...

#3
Tropical Conditioner
Peel and smash one avocado into a paste. Place into a bowl. Add coconut milk and mix together until smooth. Keep the texture as thick as shampoo. Comb thru hair and let it stay on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out.

DCMetroreader said...

#4
Tropical Conditioner
Peel and smash one avocado into a paste. Place into a bowl. Add coconut milk and mix together until smooth. Keep the texture as thick as shampoo. Comb thru hair and let it stay on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out.

DCMetroreader said...

#5

Tropical Conditioner
Peel and smash one avocado into a paste. Place into a bowl. Add coconut milk and mix together until smooth. Keep the texture as thick as shampoo. Comb thru hair and let it stay on for 10-15 minutes. Rinse out.

Charlene said...

I'd like to try the honey vanilla flavor.

Charlene said...

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Aisling said...

I'm planning to try Honey Vanilla first.

Aisling said...

I follow you with Google Friend Connect.

Aisling said...

Very nice mood enhancer:
1/4 cup grated lemon peel and 1/4 cup grated orange peel. Add to warm running bathwater. (1)

Aisling said...

Very nice mood enhancer:
1/4 cup grated lemon peel and 1/4 cup grated orange peel. Add to warm running bathwater. (2)

Aisling said...

Very nice mood enhancer:
1/4 cup grated lemon peel and 1/4 cup grated orange peel. Add to warm running bathwater. (3)

Aisling said...

Very nice mood enhancer:
1/4 cup grated lemon peel and 1/4 cup grated orange peel. Add to warm running bathwater. (4)

Aisling said...

Very nice mood enhancer:
1/4 cup grated lemon peel and 1/4 cup grated orange peel. Add to warm running bathwater. (5)

Deborah said...

I'd like to try Honey Vanilla.

k-team said...

I haven't tried this yet, but when I do, it will be the honey vanilla first. Thanks!

jsc123 said...

I would love to try the Honey Vanilla flavor.
Thank you so much for the chance to win.

jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

jsc123 said...

I am following via Google Friends Connect.

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debbie said...

I would like to try the honey vanilla.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

debbie said...

I am a gfc follower.
debbie
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

sarbear3490 said...

I would love to try the strawberry

sarbear3490 said...

I pamper myself by creating a honey sugar scrub for my face. 2 TBSP of Honey and 4 TBSP of sugar. Mix together, scrub face, let sit for 5 minutes and the rinse off. Voila! instant smooth skin!

sarbear3490 said...

I pamper myself by creating a honey sugar scrub for my face. 2 TBSP of Honey and 4 TBSP of sugar. Mix together, scrub face, let sit for 5 minutes and the rinse off. Voila! instant smooth skin! #2

sarbear3490 said...

I pamper myself by creating a honey sugar scrub for my face. 2 TBSP of Honey and 4 TBSP of sugar. Mix together, scrub face, let sit for 5 minutes and the rinse off. Voila! instant smooth skin! #3

sarbear3490 said...

I pamper myself by creating a honey sugar scrub for my face. 2 TBSP of Honey and 4 TBSP of sugar. Mix together, scrub face, let sit for 5 minutes and the rinse off. Voila! instant smooth skin! #4

sarbear3490 said...

I pamper myself by creating a honey sugar scrub for my face. 2 TBSP of Honey and 4 TBSP of sugar. Mix together, scrub face, let sit for 5 minutes and the rinse off. Voila! instant smooth skin! #5

susan said...

I would love to try the honey vanilla as well.

missrantsypants said...

Honey Vanilla or Blueberry...yum!




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Renee G said...

I would love to try the honey vanilla.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

Renee G said...

Follow as rsg on GFC.
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Shellie said...

I'd most like to try blueberry.
fatmeatloaf1 at gmail dot com

Shellie said...

I papmer myself by mixing up honey and egg whites for a soothing facial.

carolpie said...

I would like to try the blueberry. Sounds yummy!
spencer1953 at gmail dot com-carol

carolpie said...

I follow-carol lewis.

carolpie said...

1. I buy Aveeno oatmeal bath and soak for a treat!

carolpie said...

2. I soak in epson salts and follow with coconut oil on my skin.

carolpie said...

2. I use sugar as a scrub and follow with palm oil on my skin.

carolpie said...

4. I mix sea salt and honey and scrub my face gently with it and then put grapeseed oil on my face afterwards.

carolpie said...

5. I use lemon on my hair and sit in the sun for 10 minutes then soak in a bath with almond oil.

FDP 4 Life said...

i want to try the blueberry

FDP 4 Life said...

follower

amyd said...

I would like the honey vanilla

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amyd said...

follow by gfc
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Valancia said...

Strawberry

kathy pease said...

id love to try the honey vanilla :)

kathy pease said...

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kathy pease said...

following your blog as klp1965

cstironkat said...

Daily tweet http://twitter.com/cstironkat/status/13998563051

cstironkat said...

Entry #1 ¼ cup sea salt
1 tablespoon freshly ground coffee beans
1 tablespoon ground vanilla beans
¼ cup olive oil
1 pot of coffee, at room temperature
Whipped cream

Follow these steps.
1. Mix salt, coffee and vanilla bean grounds, and oil in a bowl.
2. Pour the coffee in a basin and add the whipped cream.
3. Place feet in the basin and soak for about 10 minutes.
4. Take a scoop of the salt mixture and rub it over feet and calves, concentrating on callused areas.
5. Rinse feet with warm water, dry them lightly with a towel, and follow with a hydrating moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

Entry #2 1/4 cup sea salt
1 tablespoon freshly ground coffee beans
1 tablespoon ground vanilla beans
¼ cup olive oil
1 pot of coffee, at room temperature
Whipped cream

Follow these steps.
1. Mix salt, coffee and vanilla bean grounds, and oil in a bowl.
2. Pour the coffee in a basin and add the whipped cream.
3. Place feet in the basin and soak for about 10 minutes.
4. Take a scoop of the salt mixture and rub it over feet and calves, concentrating on callused areas.
5. Rinse feet with warm water, dry them lightly with a towel, and follow with a hydrating moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

Entry #3 ¼ cup sea salt
1 tablespoon freshly ground coffee beans
1 tablespoon ground vanilla beans
¼ cup olive oil
1 pot of coffee, at room temperature
Whipped cream

Follow these steps.
1. Mix salt, coffee and vanilla bean grounds, and oil in a bowl.
2. Pour the coffee in a basin and add the whipped cream.
3. Place feet in the basin and soak for about 10 minutes.
4. Take a scoop of the salt mixture and rub it over feet and calves, concentrating on callused areas.
5. Rinse feet with warm water, dry them lightly with a towel, and follow with a hydrating moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

Entry #4 ¼ cup sea salt
1 tablespoon freshly ground coffee beans
1 tablespoon ground vanilla beans
¼ cup olive oil
1 pot of coffee, at room temperature
Whipped cream

Follow these steps.
1. Mix salt, coffee and vanilla bean grounds, and oil in a bowl.
2. Pour the coffee in a basin and add the whipped cream.
3. Place feet in the basin and soak for about 10 minutes.
4. Take a scoop of the salt mixture and rub it over feet and calves, concentrating on callused areas.
5. Rinse feet with warm water, dry them lightly with a towel, and follow with a hydrating moisturizer.

cstironkat said...

Entry #5 ¼ cup sea salt
1 tablespoon freshly ground coffee beans
1 tablespoon ground vanilla beans
¼ cup olive oil
1 pot of coffee, at room temperature
Whipped cream

Follow these steps.
1. Mix salt, coffee and vanilla bean grounds, and oil in a bowl.
2. Pour the coffee in a basin and add the whipped cream.
3. Place feet in the basin and soak for about 10 minutes.
4. Take a scoop of the salt mixture and rub it over feet and calves, concentrating on callused areas.
5. Rinse feet with warm water, dry them lightly with a towel, and follow with a hydrating moisturizer.

Bebemiqui said...

I'd like to try the Honey Vanilla.
bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

DCMetroreader said...

A good foot scrub recipes is this one:
¼ cup brown sugar

¼ cup sweet almond oil

6 drops orange essential oil

1 drop ginger essential oil

1 teaspoon powdered cayenne pepper
Place sugar and almond oil in a bowl; mix well. Add orange oil and ginger oil; mix all ingredients together. Finally, stir in cayenne pepper.

kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

DCMetroreader said...

#2
A good foot scrub recipes is this one:
¼ cup brown sugar

¼ cup sweet almond oil

6 drops orange essential oil

1 drop ginger essential oil

1 teaspoon powdered cayenne pepper
Place sugar and almond oil in a bowl; mix well. Add orange oil and ginger oil; mix all ingredients together. Finally, stir in cayenne pepper.

DCMetroreader said...

#3
A good foot scrub recipes is this one:
¼ cup brown sugar

¼ cup sweet almond oil

6 drops orange essential oil

1 drop ginger essential oil

1 teaspoon powdered cayenne pepper
Place sugar and almond oil in a bowl; mix well. Add orange oil and ginger oil; mix all ingredients together. Finally, stir in cayenne pepper.

DCMetroreader said...

#4
A good foot scrub recipes is this one:
¼ cup brown sugar

¼ cup sweet almond oil

6 drops orange essential oil

1 drop ginger essential oil

1 teaspoon powdered cayenne pepper
Place sugar and almond oil in a bowl; mix well. Add orange oil and ginger oil; mix all ingredients together. Finally, stir in cayenne pepper.

DCMetroreader said...

#5
A good foot scrub recipes is this one:
¼ cup brown sugar

¼ cup sweet almond oil

6 drops orange essential oil

1 drop ginger essential oil

1 teaspoon powdered cayenne pepper
Place sugar and almond oil in a bowl; mix well. Add orange oil and ginger oil; mix all ingredients together. Finally, stir in cayenne pepper.

Anonymous said...

Strawberry would be my flavor of choice!

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

ShesAnAngel said...

I'd love to try their Honey Vanilla!

justine417@comcast.net

ShesAnAngel said...

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brianpiero said...

Thanks for the giveaway...I would like to try the Honey Vanilla Yoplait Greek Yogurt.

senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

Ambre said...

I'd like to try the honey vanilla.

Ambre said...

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barblong said...

I would most like to try the Honey Vanilla flavor.

longbarb1@aol.com

purango said...

I would like to try Strawberry. garrettsambo@aol.com

Gianna said...

Plain.

Atreau said...

I'd love to try the Honey Vanilla.

lilyk said...

I would like to try the Strawberry flavor.

cstironkat said...

Entry #1 2 tsp. plain yogurt
1/2 tsp. honey
1/2 tsp. lemon juice
3 capsules vitamin E (equivalent of 300 units)

Combine yogurt, honey and lemon juice. Open the vitamin E capsules and fold contents into the mix. Gently massage into skin; Leave on skin for 15 minutes. Shelf life: 3-4 days.

cstironkat said...

Entry #2 2 tsp. plain yogurt
1/2 tsp. honey
1/2 tsp. lemon juice
3 capsules vitamin E (equivalent of 300 units)

Combine yogurt, honey and lemon juice. Open the vitamin E capsules and fold contents into the mix. Gently massage into skin; Leave on skin for 15 minutes. Shelf life: 3-4 days.

cstironkat said...

Entry #3 2 tsp. plain yogurt
1/2 tsp. honey
1/2 tsp. lemon juice
3 capsules vitamin E (equivalent of 300 units)

Combine yogurt, honey and lemon juice. Open the vitamin E capsules and fold contents into the mix. Gently massage into skin; Leave on skin for 15 minutes. Shelf life: 3-4 days.

cstironkat said...

Entry #4 2 tsp. plain yogurt
1/2 tsp. honey
1/2 tsp. lemon juice
3 capsules vitamin E (equivalent of 300 units)

Combine yogurt, honey and lemon juice. Open the vitamin E capsules and fold contents into the mix. Gently massage into skin; Leave on skin for 15 minutes. Shelf life: 3-4 days.

cstironkat said...

Entry #5 2 tsp. plain yogurt
1/2 tsp. honey
1/2 tsp. lemon juice
3 capsules vitamin E (equivalent of 300 units)

Combine yogurt, honey and lemon juice. Open the vitamin E capsules and fold contents into the mix. Gently massage into skin; Leave on skin for 15 minutes. Shelf life: 3-4 days.

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