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Valentine's Weekend Spa Deal at Ounce of Nature in Brooklyn

Would you like to pamper yourself or a loved one for Valentine's Day? Allow Everything She Wants to introduce you to Ounce of Nature Spa (541a 3rd Avenue), a new, Black-owned day spa in Brooklyn. Tucked away on an industrial stretch in Park Slope, the spa is surprisingly bright and airy inside, with modern decor and a decorative white tub filled with sea sponges. I got a soothing, customized facial with microdermabrasion, and using the in-house brand of botanical products. In celebration of Black History Month, facials are just $91. 



Can't make it to the spa? Pick up the products that inspired the spa online. Founded by Andres Roban, Ounce of Nature™ is a high-performance botanical skincare line, featuring a trademarked blending technique that activates some of the world’s most emollient beauty oils into their most efficacious anti-aging functions. The essential oil serum featuring a luxurious Jamaican castor nut oil, mélange of essential oils, Retinol and collagen boosters, diminishes the appearance of visible fine lines and wrinkles in thirty minutes. At the heart of the brand, are best-in-class ingredients, each oil is sourced from the richest terroirs of the world and are rated from 0 to 1 in the comedogenic scale. 


For the month of February all products priced at $75 or higher at OunceofNature.com are fifty percent off. The discount code is MLK91. The line also offers  jumbo bath bombsvegan bar soapshydrating toners and facial masques -- all currently on sale!



Our grown and sexy product pick:

Anti-Aging SerumA specially-blended formula of the essential oils known for their superior anti-aging properties, this powerful mélange of active all-natural ingredients is buoyed by the most luxurious of all skin nutrients, Jamaican castor nut oil. Other ingredients include Retinol and collagen-boosters, which together visually diminish facial fine lines and wrinkles within 30 minutes.  $75.00 ($37.50 with discount)


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