November 30, 2014

Brittanie's Thyme Bar Soaps


I have an ongoing love affair with bar soaps, so of course I jumped to try out a couple from Brittanie's Thyme. This brand makes several naturally-scented varieties, and I picked out the Forest Tonic and Montana Prairie Bar Soaps* ($4.25 each for 4 oz) because I liked the sound of the fresh herbal scents. These affordable soaps can be found at many health food stores, especially in the midwest region.

November 15, 2014

Acure Argan Oil Castile Soaps


Always simple, pure and effective, Castile soaps are a staple in my beauty cabinet. So, of course I was excited to try Acure's new line of Argan Oil Castile Soaps* ($9.99 for 16 oz), which come in peppermint, tropical citrus, and unscented varieties. If you're thinking that you've seen Castile soaps before and this is nothing new, think again. Acure's are made with organic coconut, sunflower, castor and argan oils instead of the usual olive oil. That's translates to a formula that is noticeably gentler than other Castile soaps.

November 11, 2014

Badger Argan Cleansing Oil and Face Oil + a huge giveaway!


If you've visited Badger's website lately, you might have noticed some major additions to their product line. Building off of the Damascus Rose Beauty Balm and Face Oil, Badger has expanded its facial care collection to include Argan, Seabuckthorn and Unscented Beauty Balms and Face Oils. There are also four new cleansing oils to match each scent.

Each product has the amazing USDA Organic ingredients you've come to expect from Badger, and also boasts a non-comedogenic formula that will work for a range of skin types. Badger has also created a guide for selecting the one that's the best for you. I tried out the Argan Cleansing Oil* ($19.99) and Face Oil* ($16.99), which were selected for me by the Badger experts because my face is not particularly oily or dry.
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