Valentine’s Day Skin Loving Product Giveaway!

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Healthy Habit Rescue is giving away a lovely skin pampering Valentine’s Day Giveaway!

Several ways to enter:

1. Come in to Scandals Salon, sample the products and fill out your contact information at the front desk.

or/and

2. LIKE my Facebook page:  http://www.facebook.com/HealthyHabitRescue   LIKE this Valentine’s Day giveaway post, then SHARE on your Facebook page.

A lucky winner will be chosen on February 10th and announced on my website and facebook page. What can you win? A basket full of goodies to pamper yourself and nourish your skin.

  • Healthy Habit Rescue’s Salt Scrub Detox
  • Rescue My Skin Cocoa & Lace Body Butter
  • Pain Relief Rescue (Lg)
  • Healthy Habit Rescue’s Lip Habit lip balm
  • Nail Bomb cuticle stick
  • Heart shaped mini Bath Fizzies
  • Love Your Lips Glossy lip gloss stick

All products bundled in a basket with a giant red coffee or tea mug, heart socks and moisturizing gloves.

Healthy Habit Rescue's Valentine's Day Giveaway

Healthy Habit Rescue’s Valentine’s Day Giveaway

For more information about Healthy Habit skin care products check out http://healthyhabitrescue.com/?page_id=115

Good Luck & Happy Sharing!

Valentine’s Day Skin Care gift sets available!

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

Healthy Habit Rescue has the perfect Valentine’s Day skin loving gift packages available.  If there are specific products you would like to be gifted together, just let me know and we can custom design your order.  Come visit Scandals Salon and Day Spa, where you can sample these skin healing and nourishing products.  Check out HHR Product tab to see more about the skin healing benefits of the products.

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Healthy Habit Rescue’s Holiday Basket Giveaway

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
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Healthy Habit Rescue’s Holiday Basket Giveaway!

 

 

Holiday Basket all ready to go for the Saturday night giveaway.  Share and like on my facebook page for your chance to win.  You can also come in to Scandals Salon to sign up and sample the products. www.facebook.com/HealthyHabitrescue

HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY!!!

Friday, December 12th, 2014

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TWO WAYS TO ENTER

Each action enters you in the drawing

COME IN TO SCANDALS SALON TO SIGN UP

and sample the products

AND/OR

LIKE and SHARE my Facebook page:

 https://www.facebook.com/HealthyHabitRescue

       ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN

HEALTHY HABIT RESCUE’S PRODUCTS

WHAT YOU CAN WIN:

I Lg Rescue My Skin Lotion Bar (3 oz)

1 travel size (3/4-1oz) Rescue My Skin Mini Lotion Bar

New 1 (2oz) Rescue My Skin Body Butter

 1 small Pain Relief Rescue

1 Nail Bomb cuticle habit

1 Lip Habit Lip Balm

OVER A $50.00 VALUE

Winner will be announced December 20th on my Facebook page and here on my Website.  GOOD LUCK! 

Healthy Habit Rescue’s products make great stocking stuffers!  

For more information about Healthy Habit Rescue’s products, see my HHR PRODUCTS page here on my website.

Scandals Salon is located at

4235 S. Fort Apache  Suite 100

Las Vegas, NV 89147

 

                                          

DAIRY FREE CHIA TEA RECIPE

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

This recipe is perfect for Chai tea lovers who find dairy difficult to digest or are cutting down on caffeine intake.. Produces a pleasant scent for your kitchen to boot!

CHAI TEA DAIRY-FREE, CAFFEIN FREE RECIPE

(Recipe from Elana’s Pantry)

Use organic ingredients when possible:

6 cups filtered water

2 cinnamon sticks

4 cloves

1 inch ginger

6 whole peppercorns

1 bag peppermint tea or 1 tbsp loose peppermint tea

Combine all ingredients.  Bring to a boil, then turn down the heat and simmer for 15 minutes.  Strain into mugs.  Serve hot.  Sweeten with stevia or ½ tsp raw honey to taste.

Best dairy-free choices are home-made or Natural Value Organic BPA-free Coconut Milk, home-made almond milk or other organic, non-dairy, filler and preservative free nut milk as a dairy alternative.

*Some processed versions of nut milks contain additives that don’t agree with sensitive digestion and can cause severe to moderate allergic responses.  Guar Gum, locust bean gum and carrageenan are two that come to mind.

Happy Halloween Pot Luck at Scandals Salon

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Today we are having a pot luck, Halloween celebration inside of Scandals Salon. Some are in costume for fun. Lots of yummy food.  I brought Coconut Curried Squash Soup.  You can adjust the spiciness to your liking.  The recipe provided was kept on the less spicy side to accommodate more palates.  

COCONUT CURRIED SQUASH SOUP

Coconut curried squash soup

Healthy Habit Rescue’Coconut Curried Squash Soup

                                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients:     

1 ½ tbsp Coconut oil                 1 tbsp grated fresh ginger

1 tsp cumin                                   ½ tsp turmeric

1/4 cup shallots                          9 cups peeled and cubed butternut

1 small sweet onion                  squash (about 3 lbs)

2 cloves garlic, minced           3 cups vegetable broth

½ tsp sea salt                                1 ¾ Thai red curry paste      

1 ½ tbsp fresh lime juice        1 tsp curry powder                

 1 cup coconut milk                   1 food processor or blender

Directions:

In a large pot over medium heat, melt the coconut oil.  Add the shallots and onions and cook until softened. (2-3 minutes) Next, toss in the garlic and ginger and cook to release the juices, for about a minute.  Add the squash, broth and salt.  Increase the heat, until mixture begins to boil and then reduce to maintain a simmer.  Cover and cook until the squash is tender.  Check around 20 minutes.  Remove from heat and allow to cool enough to process in the food processor.  In the meantime, blend the coconut milk and the curry paste in a separate bowl.

Once the squash has cooled slightly, put it in the food processor, in batches if necessary. Add the remaining spices turmeric, cumin and curry powder.  Process until pureed. Put processed squash back in the pot, on simmer setting.  Add in the coconut and curry mixture. Heat the soup until hot, add lime juice and serve.  Garnish with fresh basil or cilantro if desired.

COCONUT CURRIED SQUASH SOUP

Compliments of Healthy Habit Rescue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BROWN RICE AND VEGETABLE MEDLEY

Monday, October 29th, 2012

BROWN RICE AND VEGETABLE MEDLEY

By Denise Wilson

www.HealthyHabitRescue.com

 3 cups organic brown rice (rinsed)

2 tablespoons organic, unrefined, virgin coconut oil

1 large bunch of organic Kale torn or cut into bite size portions

2 large handfuls of organic baby spinach (about 1/3 lb)

4 medium sized organic zucchini

3 medium organic yellow squash

1 organic onion chopped finely

1 organic red pepper chopped

1 ½  cups finely chopped organic shitake mushrooms

6-8 cloves organic garlic cloves, minced

A couple sprigs of fresh organic rosemary

¼ oz  fresh organic thyme

1 cup fresh organic basil

2 cups organic, gluten-free vegetable stock,

A couple pinches of sea salt

 

If you have a food processor or similar machine, it will make the process easier.  I use a rice cooker for the brown rice.  While that is cooking, wash and chop all the veggies to have them ready to go.  In a large skillet, I used a cast iron one, liquefy the coconut oil on low heat, add garlic, onion, red pepper, shitake mushrooms to soften about 10 minutes add in kale, cooking an additional 5 minutes, add in  remaining veggies, continue cooking on a low setting, occasionally stirring, every 4-5 minutes or so.  Cook an additional 5-10 minutes.  Transfer Vegetable medley into crock pot, could use a large pan on the stove cooked on simmer, or could cook on low setting in a pan in the oven.  Add vegetable stock, basil, thyme, rosemary and sea salt.  Let simmer for several hours.  I used a crock pot and cooked for about 6 hours on low heat setting.  When the veggie medley is done, combine the rice and veggie mixture and keep on a low setting.  Great dish for holiday pot lucks.  I made this for a recent  Halloween gathering, I thought I would have leftovers, no such luck.  Success!    Makes about 4 quarts serving.     Great to freeze leftovers for the busy  holiday,  hustle and bustle.   I failed on capturing a photo before serving. Next time I make this dish, I’ll try to remember to get a photo to share.

 

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Monday, October 22nd, 2012

On Sunday, I attended an event showing the movie, May I Be Frank.  I loved the compassion and bravery, Frank Ferrante displays by letting go of ego, and sharing his journey to healing from addiction, depression, self-loathing, obesity,  and  Hepititis  C. Frank’s gregarious, quick-witted sense of humor will endear you to his story. What begins as a 42 day experiment, becomes the beginning of a profound healing journey.  Find out how the loving support of health coaches ,family and friends, coupled with Frank’s desire to find love, becomes an inspiration to all suffering ill health.  Watch the trailer and learn more about Frank’s inspirational and touching journey in healing..