YASOU Skin Care Song List Celebrates Natural Body Beauty

Tis’ the season to celebrate the holidays with song and gifts. For the ages, humankind has soothed its soul with music and its skin with natural, protective products that nourish and hydrate. If you’re tired of Christmas carols, we’ve compiled a list of favorite songs that celebrate body beauty. These musicians are inspired by the natural beauty of the body, face, eyes, lips, and hands. We share that inspiration in our line of luxe wellness skincare products.

Tis’ the season to suspend reality and enter a fantasy world where everyone creates their own holiday album. Here’s the YASOU Skincare song list that celebrates natural body beauty.



Body Talk by Donna Summer

Your Body is Wonderland by John Mayer

Body Language by Isaac Hayes, Dionne Warwick



My Brave Face by Paul McCartney

Your Smiling Face by James Taylor

First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Roberta Flack



Lips of an Angel by Hinder

Felt Good on My Lips by Tim McGraw

Lips Like Sugar by Echo & the Bunnymen

Lipstick Vogue by Elvis Costello



Sexy Eyes by Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show

Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You by Frankie Valli

Bette Davis Eyes by Kim Carnes

In Your Eyes by Peter Gabriel



Hands by Jewel

Willie and The Hand Jive by Eric Clapton

Take My Hand by Dido

Hand in Hand by Phil Collins



Beautiful by Christina Aguilera

Oh, Pretty Woman by Roy Orbison

Born This Way by Lady Gaga

Natural Beauty by Neil Young



We end our Christmas album with two songs that have lasted the ages because they celebrate the beauty of each person and the world that surrounds us.

Your Song by Elton John

Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong


Let us know if you have any body beauty favorite songs. If you still need gifts check out our specials for your special someone. We wish you the best this holiday season!

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Make It A Luxe Holiday Season This Year

People may have different ideas of what luxe means. Is it short for deluxe (sumptuous) or luxury (lavish)? The word luxe isn’t found in a dictionary. But when you feel it, taste it, smell it, hear it, or see it, you know it. Adding some luxe to your life isn’t another goal to obtain. It’s a way of being good to your self. Life has its challenges – but also its rewards.


A luxe experience may be as simple as noticing the light from wax candles that don’t burn too fast. A luxe product may not be exclusive, but the way you use it, is. Luxe doesn’t mean over-the-top expensive. It’s reasonably priced with a benefit that convinces you of its value.


At YASOU skin care, luxe is an idea that we embrace. It is an experience or product that awakens your sense of the good life. It is the stylish handbag with a grip that feels good and looks fabulous in your hand or slung over your shoulder.


It’s the soft and cozy texture of a blanket made of organic cotton.


The brief scent of essential oils.


A tranquil get away spot.


A piece of dark chocolate from pastry Chef Katherine Clapner.


Soaking in a tub to soothe a desire.


A bright sunflower-colored tablecloth made in France.


An elegant gesture.


A funky artisan boutique versus a big box store.


I think you understand what we are trying to say.


We describe YASOU skin care as a luxe product because of the richness of its natural ingredients, the luxurious feeling when applied, and its ability to protect and nurture the skin. YASOU body cream evokes a relaxing spa-like experience in the comfort of your home. YASOU face creams shelter the ageless, natural beauty that surrounds your smile and eyes. Putting a little luxe in your life brings about a special awareness of being pampered and cared for. A feeling that says: “This is the best and and healthiest way to live.”   This holiday when you are out and about shopping for your friends and loved ones ask yourself is there a luxe experience here for my special someone? I think taking a second to think about that can make the difference of giving something special or just giving a gift because you feel you need to.

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