Code ENDOFYEAR for 30% off on LXMI products!
I know, I knowww! I talk about LXMI a lot. I tell you that you need their famous balm-to-oil Nilotica Melt as a moisturizer while you sleep, while you’re on a hydration-sucking airplane, on your lips to prevent the infamous wintertime dryness; and now that I’m pregnant, I’m gonna tell you that you need LXMI to nourish your ever-stretching skin to prevent tiger marks. It’s truly the closest thing I have in my skincare regimen to a miracle product (just ask my photographer/blogger bestie Mary of SoThenTheySay; I gave her a sample while on a photoshoot, and she texted me the next day that her skin looked incredible!). Also! They have another product I’m addicted to now: the Goddess Glow! It’s a highlighter and illuminator that also moisturizes the skin, and has a really cool rose gold tint to it. And good news… They are having a Year End Sale!!!!!!! Just enter code ENDOFYEAR and shop their HERE.
I also wanted to let you now a little bit about the founder of LXMI, Leila Janah. Leila is just very special– simply put, she is one of those humans who sees something that needs fixing and does something about it! I’m about halfway through her book Give Work: Reversing Poverty One Job at a Time, and it is soooo inspiring and interesting; I highly recommend it to anyone who cares about others, has an entrepreneurial spirit, and wants to learn how to make change. Here is a blurb from her Wiki page:
Leila Janah is the Founder and CEO of Samasource and LXMI, two companies that share a common social mission to end global poverty by giving work to people in need. She is also the author of Give Work: Reversing Poverty One Job at a Time and co-author of America’s Moment: Creating Opportunity in the Connected Age, a book by Rework America: A Markle Initiative.
In 2015, Janah co-founded LXMI, a for profit luxury skin care brand. Built on the idea of beauty in action™, LXMI employs marginalized women in the rural Nile Valley communities to harvest LXMI ingredients and reports that their producers earn 3x the average local wages. LXMI is named after the Hindu goddess of beauty and prosperity.