My cousin, sweet Caroline, was raving about brunch for dinner at Rosebud in Virginia Highlands, so we decided to go. She invited some friends and we made a night of it. The evening started off with a round of cocktails. I ordered the housemade bloody mary ($8) made with san marzano tomatoes & neil taylor’s tomato juice. Deliciously spicy! Then enjoyed our appetizer, a “eggroll” with sambal mayo & asian ketchup ($5), made with scrambled eggs in a fried eggroll wrapper with dipping sauces. Interesting! For my entree I ordered the peekytoe crab cake benedict ($16), a tasty combination of soft poached eggs, remoulade & hollandaise with riverview farms grits. The chef made his rounds to check on our table, which is much appreciated. Barely finished half of my meal before I couldn't eat another bite...you know that means some yummy leftovers for tomorrow.
You've heard me talk about Body Brushing and all the wonderful health and beauty benefits that come along with it, but what about Face Brushing? You can brush your face and neck and get the same type of benefits as body brushing delivers! Facial brushing removes dead skin and stimulates circulation , which firms and improves skin tone . Your skin will become softer and smoother ! It's like a mini facial massage every time you brush, a fabulous way to spoil yourself during your daily facial cleaning routine. In order to do the face brushing sequence you need a small natural-fiber bristle brush . The important thing to look for when selecting the appropriate face brush are natural plant fiber bristles. Do not use the type with plastic bristles because it will not have the same effect. I'm excited to announce that T-Tapp now sells face brushes ! In addition to the Body Brushing Sequence, Teresa Tapp created a special Face Brushing Sequence that has been proven