Powerful Beauty with the Founder of Sulori Skin Care

by Bionic Beauty on 04.Sep.2009 · 2 comments

Achieve Powerful Beauty with Bionic Beauty™
This week’s guest for Powerful Beauty Friday is Nicole Chase. Nicole is the founder of Sulori spa and skin care products: a range that includes soaps, botanical salts, whipped butters, lip balms, and masques. All the items are developed with a natural and holistic approach in mind.

Nicole is often asked where she got the name ‘Sulori’- “It comes from combining the names of my two daughters, Sushaunna and Ilori, the inspiration behind the product line. In response to skin problems that they were experiencing, I began making products for their skin with great results.”

So Nicole, how do you Achieve Powerful Beauty?

Powerful Beauty with Nicole Chase of Sulori.com

Compassion, selflessness, and love are terms that come to mind when I think about powerful beauty rather than outer appearances. While I believe that physical beauty is in the eye of the beholder, it can’t be mistakened when you meet a compassionate or kind person no matter the outer appearance. I think that when you use your greater inner qualities to help those in need or simply to make the world a better place, your beauty is most powerful.

I also believe that powerful beauty comes with a healthy lifestyle. To accomplish this, I eat a vegetarian diet, exercise regularly, laugh often, and meditate. With these items as a part of my routine, I feel confident, empowered and beautiful on the inside and out.

Bionic Beauties… what do you think of Nicole’s definition? And did you experience any Powerful Beauty (or the opposite) moments this week?

Catch up on the rest of the Powerful Beauty features. And remember to check back each Friday for another dose of how to Achieve Powerful Beauty!


1 Victoria Bouras September 4, 2009 at 1:45 pm

I love nicole’s definition! Inside is what matters. I especially liked it because I’m a vegetarian too!

2 Kirsten P. September 4, 2009 at 8:05 pm

I totally agree with Nicole’s definition. I think a person’s inner qualities are more important than appearances. I also think being healthy is the ultimate key to beauty…. You have to take care of yourself in order to shine inwards and outwards!

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