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Make Love Not War: GlycoShea Hand&Body Cream

GlycoShea Hand&Body Cream: a Way to Make Love Not War....

Sometimes with all the hurry of the modern world, we tend to cut corners in our relationships. But our relationships all have significant needs. They're analogous to houseplants: needing regular, ongoing watering and nourishing

A sad fact: about 40% of American marriages end in divorce.But this statistic would probably change pretty quickly if we put ample attention into our relationships. One way to nurture a relationship with a loved one is to offer healthy ongoing nonverbal communication. Remember that about 80% of a relationship's communication is nonverbal: through touch, sound, or a smile. And Big River Silk Skincare Inc. has a helpful product in this respect: GlycoShea Hand&Body Cream is a great tool for doing a hand or foot massage. GlycoShea Hand&Body Cream: natural and organic.

Doing a simple hand or foot rub or massage can be pretty straightforward. One just wants to work one's way over the top and bottom of the hand or foot, with firm, undulating pressure. Before long, the tone of the relationship will look a lot warmer!

So let's get started!

GlkycoShea Hand&Body Cream

GlycoShea Hand&Body Cream contains a natural, organic Alpha Hydroxy agent in it - called Glycolic Acid - which not only moisturizers but also softens and refreshes the skin. It can be massaged onto the foot or hand area at night, and the recipient will wake up the next day with more comfortable skin. It comes in both Standard Strength and High Strength (for people with really dry hands or feet), Standard Strength is $19.95 for 1 oz; $29.95 for 2 oz, and $89.95 for 8 oz. High Strength is $29.95 for 1 oz, $44.95 for 2 oz, and $134.95 for 8 oz. The one ounce size would be enough for about six foot massages. We do offerfree shipping for orders above $40.00:

Every relationship involves communication, and finding a way to resolve differences of opinion.

But why not make love, not war? At least more love, and less war?

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