Can't talk about Canadian beauty without mentioning one of this country's sweetest successes, Cake Beauty. From creator Heather Reier's kitchen to chic boutiques to international magazine pages to celebrity fave, Cake was one of the first to satisfy the skincare cravings of the dessert-obsessed.
Popular treats include It's a Slice and Desserted Island Supremely Rich Bath and Shower Froth ($18 each), Sweet Cheeks Sinfully Smoothing Brown Sugar Body Scrub ($32) and Satin Sugar Hair and Body Refreshing Powder ($18). New this year is the super-rich Better Bod Rub in Citrus Squeeze and Sweet Cheeks ($34 each), which made its debut accompanied by a cheeky silent-film spoof featuring quirky Toronto TV personality Ziggy Lorenc.
I'm quite enjoying the silky-creamy Better Bod Rub in Citrus Squeeze. I swear my skin sighs in pleasure every time I apply it. As well, it leaves more citrus than sweet on the skin, so if you prefer less sugary scents, you'll like this one.
I'm also a fan of Cake Walk Triplemint Foot Cream, which softens rough soles with avocado oil and mango butter and cools all deliciously tingly-like with spearmint and peppermint essential oil and menthol.
Tempted? Stop by www.cakebeauty.com for their Sweet, Sweet 60-percent-off Sale and indulge.
Cake Beauty is available worldwide at specialty boutiques and select department stores as well as online.
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