Beauty Shortcutips Celebrates Anniversary Of Website And Blog Launch

The blog and website by Kaylee Young offers a focus on health and beauty issues. It provides ideas, recipes, tutorials, and advice.

May 11, 2018 —

Beauty Shortcutips and Kaylee Young are pleased to announce that their blog and website recently celebrated an anniversary. They are focused on providing a variety of tips and reviews on a range of topics related to diet and beauty. Some of the categories include makeup, diet, hair, hands, feet and nails, and product reviews. The blog also describes skin care tips and products. Regular blog posts keep the information on the website fresh and interesting.

Recent beauty tips include articles about the top 10 Dead Sea mud masks, Five Best Japanese Shampoos for Long Lustrous Locks, and the Ten Best Exfoliators for Oily Skin. Dozens of additional product reviews and suggestions are available, with more being added frequently. The website also includes a constantly changing offering of discounts and coupons designed to save money on the products which are available. The discounts at present are related to the upcoming Mother's Day celebration and help to save money on the gifts which mothers will appreciate.

Kaylee Young is the founder of the site. She explains, “This blog focuses on health and beauty issues, by providing ideas, recipes, tutorials, and pieces of advice. Our suggestions help you to live a positive and healthy life with your family. I have been working at a spa services center as a service advisor for a very busy dealership. I have been inspired to share my creative energy and knowledge about nutrition, skin care, and makeup.

She continues, "The tips I have shared in a recent post on the healthy skin are an example of my knowledge and research. There are some natural ways to create your own supplements without spending a fortune on skin products that include a lot of chemicals. Spending money on skin products and makeup doesn't make sense if you can make your skin look beautiful on its own. The key is in detoxification of the body, cleaning the skin from the inside and giving it the right vitamins it needs to look clear and soft. Of course, hydration is one of the most important things for the body to stay healthy, and that includes the skin as well."

Contact Info:
Name: Kaylee Young
Organization: Beauty Shortcutips

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyONsMuH5amYJbuaLkZXPNg/videos

For more information, please visit https://beautyshortcutips.com/

Release ID: 344022

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