Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Are you always looking for organic skin care products? I love trying all the new organic beauty products, out on the market right now and I won't buy anything that's not organic! It seems, that if it's not organic, it has a bunch of nasty chemicals in it! So, why use products that have chemicals? I gave up using products that have all those nasty chemicals, like SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate), parabens, petroleum and so many of the other toxic chemicals. They are harmful and have no business being in any products!
For this review I received a bottle of Dr. Woods Shea Vision Pure Black Soap, with Organic Shea Butter! This product is all organic and has some great ingredients in it, like coconut oil, hemp oil, olive oil, shea butter and some other ingredients. The fragrance smells really good, but it's a different kind of smell, it's kind of hard to describe, but it's a sweet fruity smell. It lathers very nicely! After I use it, my skin feels very clean and moisturized! You can use the Dr. Woods Shea Vision Pure Black Soap as a facial cleanser, body wash, shampoo, soaking in the bathtub and even for cleaning. This product is quite amazing and I would definitely recommend it!
About Dr. Woods Shea Vision Liquid SoapShea Vision infuses the natural healing properties of Black Soap and Organic Shea Butter, with Vitamin E, Panthenol, and Botanical Extracts for a comprehensive, all-purpose facial and body care regimen. Black Soap gently exfoliates dead skin cells to reveal health, radiant skin; does wonders for clearing up any blemishes and preventing premature facial lines.
Shea Butter is nature’s hidden secret for beautiful skin! Once a year in the African Savannah, the Mangifolia tree gives up its fruit known as the karite or the shea nut. After being hand picked, the shea nuts are boiled to extract their treasure, Shea Butter.
Shea Butter is an ultra moisturizer that penetrates and revitalizes skin. Shea Butter naturally contains vitamins A and E, essential elements that give skin the balance it needs for improved elasticity and to combat dryness.
Shea butter and vitamin E are nourishing anti - oxidants to promote natural skin repair.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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