May Lindstrom is such a goddess. Watch this video if you need more proof. Her namesake skincare line is so special and filled with ultimate green luxuries. Everything May makesis incredibly pure and full of special touches designed to help you slow down, appreciate the moment and take some time for a little dedicated self-care.
We thought we’d share all the luxe imagery May has created to launch her limited edition steam collection. It’s everything Chalkboard readers love. This little set comes hand-wrapped in a stunning gift box including a reclaimed silk scarf from India, handmade facial steam bowl, hand-blended tea, beauty oil and bottled scent. I mean…
Here is May with notes on the benefits of steaming. There are only 50 Steam Collection sets available – get one of the last ones and learn to love the skin you’re in…
Benefits of facial steaming
A facial steam enhances circulation, stimulating blood flow and the delivery of fresh oxygen to your complexion.
Facial steam increase perspiration, which opens up your pores and helps to flush toxins from the skin.
Balances and clears skin
Normalizes sebum production, softens congested follicles and gently releases blackhead and whitehead plugs.
Reverses the clock
Anti-aging benefits include the renewal of skin, as steam helps loosen the cellular cement that binds dead cells to the surface of skin.
Softens and moisturizes
Treating yourself to a facial steam softens and moisturizes your skin, revealing a rosier, more youthful looking complexion.
One last benefit? Facial steams increase relaxation, reducing stress levels and the release of cortisone.
Lovely! But for $700+ I can get a whole lot of full-body pampering at a day spa… or take a weekend beach trip somewhere steamy & sun-filled. Or get a steam shower installed at home! It’s pretty eye candy, if not very realistic for all but a few of us.
I have to agree with Kira. The price point on this is just too outlandish for most people, including myself. I really enjoy a couple of May’s products, but I wish she would make them more accessible as opposed to less so.
I agree with the two previous comments. I spend on skincare and love May’s products but this is absurd. Perhaps that’s why she only made a very limited number.