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Keep your lips happy and hydrated this summer with LipDrink SPF 15 Lip Balm 🍉

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Last call to experience two (2) of our favourite treatments this summer at a special Canada Day 150th Birthday price!

Select two from the list below:
- Royal Magnolia Pedicure
- Aromatic Massage (45 min)
- Discovery Facial
- Magnolia Signature Salt Glow
- Tranquil Infusion Facial

Promotion Price: $150
*Some Conditions may apply
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Sunday = Family Day...spend it together and have a picnic.
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NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
This revolutionary product supplies the skin with the protection of a cream but has the lightness of a serum. Perfect for all skin types, especially shiny complexions as it's mattifying powders help prevent shine for a long-lasting mattyfying effect!
A great summer alternative as it's light in texture but rich in moisture. This innovative and powerful product will not disappoint! Visit Magnolia House today to try it for yourself.
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~Salon Summer Special~
Look great for all of your summer fun with a new look from our salon.
With any Full or Partial Highlight receive $15 off a Ladies Cut and Style.
*Some Conditions may apply
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Food Pyramid & Skin
Keeping up with trends is a near impossible task in the ever-changing world, particularly in both the skin care and health care industries. We are constantly bombarded with conflicting information on what we should/shouldn’t eat as well as should/shouldn’t use on our skin. A perfect example of this is the evolution of the food pyramid (see below)

When comparing the food pyramid of the 1970s to today, you will notice that fats remained at the top of the triangle for a number of years, signifying that humans should limit their fat intake as much as possible to maintain a healthy diet. You will also notice that grains were at the base of the triangle and promoted as the primary staple of a healthy diet.
While it may be true that we should limit unhealthy fats (trans-fats), this idea was applied as a blanketed rule to all fat consumption. As a result, fat intake lowered and heart disease increased which is known as the number one killer. This was possibly due to the fact that low-fat foods can have a higher sugar content. When you combine this higher amount of sugar (refined, simple carbohyd¬rates) with the recommended amount of grain intake (complex carbohyd¬rates), the liver converts these excess carbs into triglyce¬rides, raising blood triglyceride levels and potentially increasing the risk for heart disease.
So let’s all play a part in keeping our hearts healthy and our skin looking youthful!
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Summer Sun Care
Guinot and Jane Iredale SPF products protect against harmful intense summer rays.
Protect your beautiful skin and have a safe day in the sun
Receive 20% off any of our Guinot or Jane Iredale SPF products that will protect your skin this summer.
*Some Conditions may apply
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Hydrate with Purpose:
During the hot summer season keeping hydrated is so important for our health, heart and skin. Water makes up a large percentage of our body. Our brain and heart for instance are 73% water. Our lungs are 83% water. Our muscles and kidneys are 79% water. Our skin contains 64% water. Even our bones are watery – 31% of it is water.
Many people find it difficult to drink lots of water so we have put together a few ideas to help you along the way.
Orange, Lemon and Ginger Water
Ginger is a known immune booster, lemon is proven to aid digestion, and oranges are effective in improving blood circulation.
Preparation:
Peel ginger and slice thinly. Also slice one lemon and orange. Drop in 1 liter of water and drink throughout the day. Refill as much as you like.
Mint Water
Research shows that mint has the highest anti-oxidant properties of any foods. It is found to contain small amount of calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, vitamin C and vitamin B. It is known to calm an upset stomach.
Preparation:
Jazz up your everyday water by simply adding a few fresh mint leaves for a refreshing drink.
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Summer Glow Bowl

In this Summer Glow Bowl …sweet tart blueberries, black Nile barley, spicy watercress, shaved fennel bulb, tangy oranges, creamy avocado and crunchy walnuts – all work together to give our skin a burst of nutrients and a youthful healthy glow.

Hearty enough for dinner and will leave you feeling vibrant and full of energy.

Ingredients:
Produce
~ 1 Avocado
~ 2 cups Blueberries
~ 1 Fennel, bulb
~ 1 Orange
~ 1/4 Red onion
~ 1/8 cup Red onion or shallot
~ 1 bunch Watercress

Condiments
~ 1 tbsp Honey

Pasta & Grains
~ 1 1/2 cups Barley - or grain, Black

Baking & Spices
~ 1/2 tsp Kosher salt

Oils & Vinegars
~ 1/4 cup Olive oil
~ 2 tbsp Red wine vinegar

Nuts & Seeds
~ 1/4 cup Walnuts

Drinks
~ 1/2 cup Orange juice, fresh

Other
~ 1 teaspoon bee pollen (optional)
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Our Magnolia House Boutique still has a great selection of fun items that will be sure to enhance your summer wardrobe from necklaces, light summer dresses, sandals, purses etc.
Come have a peek in our Magnolia House Boutique...your sure to find something fun!
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