Cake Beauty: Delicious Beauty Treats
Canadian beauty mini-empire Cake Beauty is not your regular
girly-yummy-cute neighborhood-friendly beauty concoctions collection.
Behind the delicious scents and witty labels ("this is a big
daddy of foot crime," claims one label,) be prepared to find really
working skin-pampering formulas based on prime ingredients.
Cake Beauty was founded by Heather Reier, 26-year-old Canadian
beauty junkie who made her first creams, suds and scrubs in her own
kitchen - just like Estee Lauder decades ago. Inspired by patisserie
indulgent and yummy scents and textures, Heather Reier turned Cake
Beauty into a cult-beauty brand and a favorite among celebrities.
This season, Cake Beauty focuses on tips and toes. The new
delicious sugar-based Cuticle Buffer will leave your hands looking
perfectly polished in just seconds. A rich decadent blend of nourishing
grape seed, coconut and avocado oils soak the fine sugar granules that
buff and moisturize leaving hands and cuticles silky smooth. Results
are seen immediately. Just shake, pour into hands and massage
concentrating on the cuticle area and voila, it is like you just went
to the salon.
For tootsies, Cake Beauty introduces Cake Walk, a triplemint
foot crime that colls down and nourishes our neglected winter feet.
Just what we need in the holiday season, when wearing stiletto boots
and sandals is truly mandatory. Despite the powerful dose of menthol,
Cake Walk smells delicious - not strong at all. It yields incredible
results with sunflower, avocado and mango oils, while menthol,
spearmint and peppermint oils just make the tiredness vanish in seconds.
The Cake Beauty collection is sold in boutiques, lifestyle
stores and department stores worldwide. In Toronto, Cake Beauty
products are available at Caban and Blossom Bath & Body stores, as
well as in Clear Day Spa, Here Toronto, It's About Me Cosmetics, Lift
Salon, Delineation and Stillwater Spa.