Unique Festivals Highlighting Herbs and Hops Heat Up Seattle's Eastside in June

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Visit the Amy's Skin Care booth at the Bastyr Food & Herb Festival this Saturday and the Washington Brewers Festival on Fathers' Day weekend for Summer Skin Care Tips

Amy's Skin Care today announced booth presence at two unique festivals on Seattle's eastside in June.

This Saturday, June 5, 2010 marks Amy's Skin Care's fourth year participating in the 12th annual Bastyr University Herb and Food Fair, taking place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University's main campus in Kenmore. And on Fathers' Day weekend, Amy's Skin Care will be at the Washington Brewers Festival in nearby St. Edwards State Park.

Festival attendees are invited to stop by the Amy's Skin Care booth to experience Eminence Organics Skin Care products, such as Tropical Vanilla Sun Cream SPF 32, a zinc oxide UV ray blocker containing calming Shea Butter that's an excellent skin emollient and naturally occurring sun screen. Or treat over-exposure with Eminence Aloe Mint Hydrating Cream Gel moisturizer that calms irritated skin, alleviates the effects of UV radiation, nourishes, hydrates and softens while helping to extend your tan.

About Amy’s Skin Care – Licensed esthetician Amy Lamb’s holistic and organic spa provides customized facials in Kirkland, WA. Amy's Skin Care is an authorized distributor of Eminence Organic Skin Care and provides free shipping anywhere in the United States. Shop Amy's online store or learn more at: http://AmySkinCare.com. Or call 206-999-6336 to schedule an appointment or free product consultation.    

The 12th annual Bastyr University Herb and Food Fair will take place on Saturday, June 5, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the University's main campus in Kenmore. The fair is free and open to the public. The theme of "nourishing the senses" theme includes an emphasis on the numerous ways herbs, nutrition and other natural modalities can support the health and wellness of our community. For more information see: http://www.bastyr.edu/news/news.asp?NewsID=1948

Washington Brewers Festival is regional draw attracting tens of thousands of brew aficionados, music lovers and families to their annual Fathers' Day weekend event. The festival is a major fundraiser for the Washington Beer Commission, the first commission of its kind in the nation. Washington Beer is recognized internationally as being the highest quality thanks to the dynamic energy and creativity of the brewers and fresh ingredients available in our state. Established in July 2007 the Commission represents all 100+ breweries in Washington State and its mission is to ensure that more beer enjoyed in Washington state is made by its own craft brewers, using ingredients from our state’s agricultural industry. For more information see: http://www.washingtonbeer.com/wabf.htm


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